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Collaborating with Teachers. MASL Spring Conference April 19, 2004 Session IV (2:45pm - 3:45pm). http://faculty.cmsu.edu/jurkowski/MASL_2004. Presenters. Central Missouri State University Dr. Odin Jurkowski, Assistant Professor Elizabeth Burr Dana Lynde Kristina Sestrich Patsy Svarvari.

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    1. Collaborating with Teachers MASL Spring Conference April 19, 2004 Session IV (2:45pm - 3:45pm) http://faculty.cmsu.edu/jurkowski/MASL_2004

    2. Presenters Central Missouri State University • Dr. Odin Jurkowski, Assistant Professor • Elizabeth Burr • Dana Lynde • Kristina Sestrich • Patsy Svarvari

    3. Outline • Collaboration Overview • Collecting Collaboration Ideas and Lessons • Libby – Collaboration ideas • Kristina – Lessons • Patsy – Patriotic Speech Festival Lessons • Dana – Collaboration with Inspiration • Questions

    4. Why Collaborate? • Student Learning (Information Literacy) • Information Power • Collaboration, Leadership, & Technology • Show-Me Connection Study • 11% impact on MAP scores • Self-preservation and finally…

    5. Why Collaborate? You see, I don't believe that libraries should be drab places where people sit in silence, and that's been the main reason for our policy of employing wild animals as librarians. — Monty Python skit

    6. Roadblocks to Collaboration • Time • Administrators • Teachers • Not Everything Is on the Internet • The Needle (Your Search) in the Haystack (the Web) • Quality Control Doesn’t Exist • Aren’t There Library-less Universities Now? • The Internet: A Mile Wide, an Inch (or Less) Deep

    7. Misconceptions: We are here for more than just answering questions • Why is abbreviated such a long word? • Is there another word for synonym? • Why isn't phonetic spelled the way it sounds? • Why does monosyllabic have five syllables? • If it's zero degrees outside today and it's supposed to be twice as cold tomorrow, how cold is it going to be?

    8. Levels of Collaboration (brief) • No Involvement • Initial • Moderate • In-Depth Turner, P. & Riedling, A. (2003). Helping Teachers Teach: A school library media specialist’s role. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

    9. Levels of Collaboration (expanded) • No Involvement • Self-Help Warehouse • Individual Reference Assistance • Spontaneous Interaction and Gathering • Cursory Planning • Planned Gathering • Evangelistic Outreach • Scheduled Planning in the Support Role • Instructional Design, Level I • Instructional Design, Level II • Curriculum Development http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/curriculum/library/handbook/lmstaxonomy.htm

    10. Types of Collaboration • Providing an information rich library • Spontaneous informal assistance • Planned interaction • Full program curriculum support

    11. Who to Seek Out? • The Innovator Ready and eager to work with you and try new things without any evidence that it will be effective • The Middle Adopter Will try an idea after seeing others try it first • The Late Adopter Will not try anything different unless forced to do so against their will, often making the process difficult if not unbearable

    12. Gathering Information • LIS 5712: Integration and Utilization • 12 students, most of whom are or have been teachers, many also with library experience • Read and discussed ideas on collaboration • Created own lesson plans • Sought out practicing school librarians to find out what they are doing

    13. Collaboration Ideas • See Libby Burr PowerPoint

    14. Collaboration Lessons • See Kristina Sestrich PowerPoint

    15. Patriotic Speech Festival • See Patsy Svarvari PowerPoint

    16. Inspiration & Collaboration • See Dana Lynde handout

    17. Questions Questions, comments, & discussion

    18. Contact Information Dr. Odin Jurkowski, Assistant Professor Library Science & Information Services Dept of Educational Leadership & Human Development Central Missouri State University Lovinger 3132 Warrensburg MO 64093 p 660.543.8387 jurkowski@cmsu1.cmsu.edu http://faculty.cmsu.edu/jurkowski