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Getting off the Ground Floor with the Standards: GOING UP! Kristin Fontichiaro and Judi Moreillon AASL Standards and Guidelines Implementation Task Force Learning4Life Training4Trainers Summit, July 9, 2009 ~ Chicago Overview Today’s goal

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getting off the ground floor with the standards going up

Getting off the Ground Floor with the Standards:GOING UP!

Kristin Fontichiaro and Judi Moreillon

AASL Standards and Guidelines Implementation Task Force Learning4Life Training4Trainers Summit,

July 9, 2009 ~ Chicago

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Overview
  • Today’s goal
  • Develop language with which to communicate with stakeholders the power and potential of the Standards
  • How?
  • Identify keywords and vocabulary in CB
  • Use them to create elevator speeches for specific audiences
  • Back home: adapt the process, create, and share elevator speeches with colleagues and stakeholders
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Common Beliefs
  • Lay a strong foundation
  • Give us language to reach out and connect to colleagues
  • Start the conversation on common ground
developing common vocabulary and messages elevator speeches
Developing Common Vocabulary And Messages: Elevator Speeches
  • Listen to a Common Belief read aloud.
  • When it is reread, underline keywords.
  • Repeat for all Common Beliefs.
process of preparing an elevator speech
Process of Preparing an Elevator Speech
  • With your group, read aloud your standard. Start with, “Learners use skills …”
  • Brainstorm ideas to complete the three-column chart.
  • Use the chart to draft an elevator speech of up to 150 words that will speak to your audience (principal, classroom teacher, media colleague, or parents).
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STANDARD 4: Learners use skills, resources, and tools to pursue personal and aesthetic growth.
sample standard 4 audience classroom teachers
SampleSTANDARD 4 ~ AUDIENCE: CLASSROOM TEACHERS

Mrs. Jones, we are both committed to helping our kids enjoy readingto meet curriculum objectives, and we want them to pursue learning on their ownas well.

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SampleSTANDARD 4 ~ AUDIENCE: CLASSROOM TEACHERS

One way that the library can support your students is through independentbook explorations. When kids select books that interest them, they are more motivated to read for learningand for enjoyment.

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SampleSTANDARD 4 ~ AUDIENCE: CLASSROOM TEACHERS

I’ve noticed a few of your kids coming in during lunch to make videosand play games. Another way the library can help your students pursue personal and aesthetic growthis through a lunchtime book club.

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SampleSTANDARD 4 ~ AUDIENCE: CLASSROOM TEACHERS

In their book group, students will talk aboutand share what they are reading and learning. I would love to work with you to promote a lifelong love of reading. How could we work togetherto entice and motivate your kids to participate?

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Process of Preparing an Elevator Speech
  • With your group, read aloud your standard. Start with, “Learners use skills …”
  • Brainstorm ideas to complete the three-column chart.
  • Use the chart to draft an elevator speech of up to 150 words that will speak to your audience (principal, classroom teacher, media colleague, or parents).
sharing an elevator speech
Sharing An Elevator Speech
  • After all of the speeches are written, we will compile them into a document that will be distributed at lunch.
  • At lunch, each table will choose elevator speeches to share with one another and deconstruct for their effectiveness in speaking to values and needs of the target audience.
  • These elevator speeches will be available from ALA Connect for you to adapt and share.
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