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Standards for the 21 st Century Learner. Thriving in the Information Age Sherry Crow, University of Nebraska at Kearney Su Eckhardt, UCD Network Professor & CASL President Nance Nassar, School Library Senior Consultant, Colorado State Library. Session Agenda. Examination of the standards

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Standards for the 21st Century Learner

Thriving in the Information Age

Sherry Crow, University of Nebraska at Kearney

Su Eckhardt, UCD Network Professor & CASL PresidentNance Nassar, School Library Senior Consultant, Colorado State Library


Session Agenda

  • Examination of the standards

  • Analysis of the impact

  • Implications

Sherry Crow — crowsr@unk.edu

Su Eckhardt – sueckhardt@earthlink.net

Nance Nassar — nassar_n@cde.state.co.us


Learner Standards

  • Inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge.

  • Draw conclusions, make informed decisions, apply knowledge to new situations, and create new knowledge.

  • Share knowledge and participateethically and productively as members of our democratic society.

  • Pursue personal and aesthetic growth.

  • Strands across the standards:

  • Skills

  • Dispositions in Action

  • Responsibilities

  • Self-Assessment Strategies

American Association of School Librarians, Standards for the 21st Century Learner, www.ala.org/ala/aasl/aaslproftools/learningstandards/standards.cfm


Reviewing in Pairs

Consider the standards, then the strands.

What does each standard/strand mean?

What is the significance of each standard/strand, and of the four of them collectively?

What would it “look like” if you saw these learners at work?

Why are the standards/strandsimportant?


Collective Debriefing

Compare and contrast: How are the Learner Standards different, similar, or like the previous 9 IL Standards?

What implications do these standards have for our work?

What questions/concernsdo you have?


Adapting a Lesson: Days of Our Lives

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Focus on assessment and activities


Applying Lesson to the New Standards

Adapt activities and assessmentas appropriate for Learner Standards


Guides for Adapting the Lesson

How would you address each standard and strand?

How would you assess student learning?

What changes should be madein the learning activities?

What additional lessons need to be added to pursue the standards?


Analyzing the Lesson Adaptation

What does this adaptation suggest about teaching and learning with the learner standards?

How might the learner standards affect our work with colleagues?


Resources

Sherry Crow — crowsr@unk.edu

Su Eckhardt – sueckhardt@earthlink.net

Nance Nassar — nassar_n@cde.state.co.us

BIBLIOGRAPHYStandards for the 21st Century Learner

Achterman, Douglas. “An Interpretation of the 2007 AASL Learning Standard.” Teacher Librarian April 2008: 48.

Barnett, Cassandra. “Creating Standards and Frameworks for Information Literacy.” School Library Media Activities Monthly Volume 24, Number 7, March 2008: 21-23.

Coatney, Sharon. “Standards for the 21st Century Learner.” School Library Media Activities Monthly Volume 24, Number 6, February 2008: 56-57.

Dickinson, Gail K. “A Place to Stand.” Library Media Connection March 2008:10-12.

Donham, Jean. “Standards! Standards! Standards!” Teacher Librarian April 2008: 43-46.

Johns, Sara Kelly. “AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner – A Time to Reflect and Study.” California School Library Association Journal Volume 31, Number 2, Spring 2008.


History of National School Library Standards

1918—Standard Library Organization and Equipment for Secondary Schools of Different Sizes (a.k.a. the Certain Standards; NEA).

1925—Elementary School Library Standards (includes instructional standards as well as quantitative; joint committee for NEA and ALA).

1945—School Libraries for Today and Tomorrow (K-12 qual. & quan. standards; ALA and NEA).

1960—Standards for School Library Programs (first standards from AASL).

1969—Standards for School Media Programs (joint project of AASL and the AV division of NEA.


History of National School Library Standards, Part II

1975—Media Programs: District and School (still highly quantitative but some discussion of role of LMS; AASL and AECT).

1988—Information Power: Guidelines for School Library Media Programs (LMS as instructional team member; AASL and AECT).

1998—Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning (AASL & AECT; includes Information Literacy Standards, the first for students; the LMS as school leader).

2007—Standards for the 21st Century Learner (AASL; adds digital, visual, textual, and technological literacies to information literacy).


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