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Learning Outcomes Identify the 5 professional standard areas Understand how SLMCs and ITFs are rated using the piloted rubrics Reflect on and brainstorm about your practice . Welcome. School Library Media Coordinators and Instructional Technology Facilitators. Standard 1: SLMC and ITF.

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  • Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the 5 professional standard areas

  • Understand how SLMCs and ITFs are rated using the piloted rubrics

  • Reflect on and brainstorm about your practice

Welcome

School Library Media CoordinatorsandInstructional Technology Facilitators


Standard 1: SLMC and ITF


Standard 2: SLMC

  • Meets the Needs of All Students

  • Engaging environment

  • Accommodates multiple learning styles

  • Adjusts for diversity

  • Provides open, equitable access to resources

IMG SRC: http://flic.kr/p/6f79Aa


Standard 4: ITF (corresponds to Standard 2: SLMC)

Meets the Needs of All Students

  • Engaging environment

  • Facilitates collaboration

  • Differentiated instruction

  • Equitable access

  • Content, technology tools, resource integration

  • Standards 2 and 4 for ITFs will be renumbered in the final version so that they align with other support staff standards.


Standard 3: SLMC


Standard 3: ITF

Program Facilitator

  • 21stcentury IT program

  • Apply professional expertise

  • Resource and digital tools specialist

  • Digital tools for inquiry based learning (**CCES)

  • Promote digital citizenship

  • Integrate to meet curriculum goals (**CCES)


Standard 4: SLMC

Pedagogy Expert

  • Knowledge of learners, learning, and teaching

  • Curriculum (**CCES) & 21st century skills

  • Technology & information

  • Teacher of teachers

  • Reading advocate

CC recognizes literacy as the foundation for learning


Standard 2: ITF (corresponds to Standard 4: SLMC)

  • Pedagogy Expert

    • 21st Century content and tools

    • Technology and information

    • Curriculum goals (**CCES)

    • Collaborate to integrate

    • Teacher of teachers

  • Standards 2 and 4 for ITFs will be renumbered in the final version so that they align with other support staff standards.


Standard 5: Reflective Practice

  • Data driven

  • Student achievement

  • Professional growth

  • Research based

  • Long range planning


For this element, the SLMC would be rated as developing because it is the highest rating with all of the descriptors marked.


For this element, the SLMC would be rated as accomplished because it is the highest rating with all of the descriptors marked.


Take a Closer Look

Standards in Practice Activity:

Reflect on your current practice and note strategies you currently use to meet the rubric descriptors for a specific standard. With a job alike partner, brainstorm additional strategies that would be proficient, accomplished, and distinguished for this standard.

Materials needed:

  • SLMC Google Doc

  • ITF Google Doc

  • SLMC Rubric

  • ITF Rubric

  • SLMC Professional Standards

  • ITF Professional Standards


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