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EDLI274. Designing Instruction for School Library Media Centers. Introduction Activities. Instructional Leaders.

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Designing Instruction for School Library Media Centers

instructional leaders
Instructional Leaders
  • Information Power defines the school library media specialist as information specialist, teacher, and instructional consultant-giving equal importance to each role…An instructional consultant must have the knowledge, expertise, and experience of a teacher combined with knowledge of the total library media collection and other resources outside the center that relate to and enhance the curriculum.
  • Library media specialists "should bring their knowledge of research, teaching methodology, curriculum development, learning theory, and instructional development to the process of teaching."(28) Thus, the library media specialist must be a master teacher.
          • Pickard, Patricia W Current Research: The Instructional Consultant Role of the School Library Media Specialist .
course organizer
Course Organizer
  • Strategies instruction models make clear that being explicit with students about the course organization – how activities and assessments are connected with goals and objectives – helps students to be successful.
instructional design
Instructional Design

Learner Analysis



Needs Assessment








prior knowledge assessment
Prior Knowledge Assessment
  • Strategies for determining what students already know:
    • A-Z Activity
    • KWL
    • Exit Cards
needs assessment
Needs Assessment
  • Cooperative Group Work:
    • Establish roles in group:
      • Recorder, Reporter, Reader, etc.
    • Read, Discuss, Summarize, Report
learner analysis
Learner Analysis
  • “Once a teacher has determined what successful students are expected to be able to do, and the unique ways in which each student learns, the probability that appropriate materials and activities will be used is greatly enhanced.”
    • Turner, Philip M. and Ann Marlow Reidling. Helping Teachers Teach.
learner analysis procedures
Learner Analysis Procedures

Complete the following assessments, which will help us gear our instruction toward meeting your diverse needs:

  • Kolb’s Learning Style Inventory
  • Exit Card