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  1. Systemic PDMd college and career ready! Library Media Specialists K-12

  2. Welcome!

  3. Presentation Transformation

  4. Integration of MD College and Career Readiness Standards (RELA) AND AASL School Librarian Evaluation • MDCCRS (RELA) • Using digital tools • Creating text dependent questions • Creating formative and summative assessments • Creating close reading opportunities • Raising rigor • AASL School Librarian Evaluation • Addressing Multiple Literacies • The Role of Reading • Assessment in Teaching and Learning • Building Collaborative Partnerships • Effective Practices for Inquiry

  5. Discovery • D - Digital Tool • E – Text Dependent Questions • P - An Assessment Strategy • T – A Close Reading Model to Use with Text/Image/Video • H – Learning Targets for Content Areas to Increase Rigor • Think about the Discovery sessions in correlation to our professional development topics: • Building Collaborative Partnerships • The Role of Reading • Addressing Multiple Literacies • Effective Practices for Inquiry • Assessment in Teaching for Learning

  6. How Does the AASL School Librarian Evaluation Connect to My School? • Building Collaborative Partnerships • Become an expert on the interdisciplinary features of your state’s standards • Use AASL’s Crosswalks to compare standards by grade level • Use AASL’s Crosswalks to align student learning standards • Use the power of the MD College and Career Readiness Standards to increase your curriculum leadership role in your school • The Role of Reading • Hone your skills in teaching reading in a content area to help boost students’ informational reading skills • Model “think aloud” reading strategies • Co-plan and co-teach to help students read better in content areas • Revisit learning/reviewing reading strategies for your grade levels/students

  7. How Does the AASL School Librarian Evaluation Connect to My School? • Addressing Multiple Literacies • Teach skills of argument analysis, problem-solving, decision-making, and cognitive process • Read library and technology journals for technology and social media tips • Show teachers how to integrate new formats into their lessons • Locate website content to teach critical thinking skills to students • Use graphic organizers • Use information literacy models (Big 6) • Include visual, digital, textual and technological formats • Effective Practices for Inquiry • Include references to your school library program standards in educational conversations with staff • Share the Crosswalks with teachers and administrators • Create templates for students to use at each level of the information literacy model (Big 6) • Participate in virtual networks with other librarians to learn to implement strategies • Chunk assignments within your lessons into doable pieces of learning

  8. How Does the AASL School Librarian Evaluation Connect to My School? • Assessment in Teaching for Learning • Create rubrics • Create self reflection tools • Familiarize yourself with a variety of student-learning standards • Familiarize yourself with formative assessments • Learn multiple assessment strategies

  9. Agenda – 90 Minutes • Look at an “Common Core” Exemplar for Reading LA • Analyze it for connections to LMS Standards • Create a Lesson Seed • Think about how to infuse: • A digital tool • Text-dependent questions • An assessment strategy • A close-reading model to use with the text/image/video of your choice • How to raise the rigor for a grade/content • Discovery PLUS all of our online resources • End the day with an aligned lesson seed for next year.

  10. Agenda – 45 Minutes • Outline professional development for upcoming year • Discuss creation of folders in Google Drive and joining Edmodo professional development groups. • Professional development focus: • Teaching and Learning • Building Collaborative Partnerships • Raising Rigor • The Role of Reading • Text Dependent Questions • Close Reading • Addressing Multiple Literacies • Discovery and More • Effective Practices for Inquiry • Crosswalk • Assessment in Teaching for Learning • Formative Assessment

  11. Google Drive

  12. Edmodo Groups

  13. Join Edmodo • Say “hello” to your group! • At the end of the day, add one “discovery” to share with your group!

  14. Contents of Your Folder https://lms-professional-development.wikispaces.com/

  15. The Moon: A Short Focused Research Project • Looking at the lesson through our lenses • Thinking about how to integrate our standards • Unpacking our standards to find the right skills/concepts to infuse. • Looking at the lenses and using our expertise to add to the lesson. • Throughout your day, add to the list for practice. • Try your own grade level lesson. • http://achievethecore.org/achievethecore.org

  16. Professional Development 2014-2015 Continuing our focus throughout the year….

  17. Maryland College and Career Readiness Standards • Reading Language Arts, K-12

  18. Elementary: Grade 2

  19. Elementary: Grade 2

  20. Elementary: Grade 2

  21. Elementary: Grade 2 RUBRIC INCREASE RIGOR

  22. Elementary: Grade 2 RUBRIC INCREASE RIGOR

  23. Elementary: Grade 2 RUBRIC INCREASE RIGOR

  24. Elementary: Grade 2: Unpacking: Language.4 • Nouns - Concepts • Words • Phrases • Materials • Ideas • Information • Format • Strategy • Verbs - Skills • Determine • Clarify • Analyzing • Note-taking • Write • Draw • Verbalize • FROM MSDE ELA, GRADE 2: • Use keywords and text features to help find information within a specific source. • Strengthen writing by using glossaries and beginning dictionaries to determine word choice.

  25. Think Abouts: Lesson Parts • Engagement • Attaining the Concepts • Showing their Learning Group Focus: • Group D: A digital tool • Group E: Text Dependent Questions • Group P: Assessment Strategy • Group T: Close Reading Model to Use with Text/Image/Video of your choice • Group H: Raising Rigor Poetry Vocabulary Writing

  26. Elementary: Grade 2: Unpacking: Speaking/Listening.1 • Nouns – Concepts • Discussion • Rules • Topics • Ideas • Understandings • Decisions • Problems • Respect • Feedback • Verbs – Skills • Listening • Taking notes • Speaking • Collaborate • Exchange • Solve • Show • Give • FROM MSDE ELA, GRADE 2: • Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions (e.g., gaining the floor in respectful ways, listening to others with care, speaking one at a time about the topics and texts under discussion.

  27. Think Abouts: Lesson Parts • Engagement • Attaining the Concepts • Showing their Learning Group Focus: • Group 1: A digital tool • Group 2: Text Dependent Questions • Group 3: Assessment Strategy • Group 4: Close Reading Model to Use with Text/Image/Video of your choice • Group 5: Raising Rigor Poetry Vocabulary Writing

  28. Creating a Plan Group Work

  29. Organize • Count off to five • Select a folder • Organize: • Decide which of the standards you will focus on as best suited to your assigned focus according to the folder selected. • Assign roles: • All brainstorm • Note-taker • Presenter • Timekeeper • 3 or 4 online resource finders • Poster Makers • Student Activity Visionaries • Timeframe • 30 minutes • 6 minute presentations • 10 minutes to organize • 10 minutes to brainstorm and locate resources • 10 minutes to create poster and add student activities