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What Should a 21 st Century School Look Like?. Today’s Meet – What questions do you have? Visual Ranking – Which standard is easiest to integrate? Linoit – What should a 21 st Media Center Look like? Gail Holmes EOL - NCDPI. Today ….

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what should a 21 st century school look like
What Should a 21st Century School Look Like?
  • Today’s Meet – What questions do you have?
  • Visual Ranking – Which standard is easiest to integrate?
  • Linoit – What should a 21st Media Center Look like?

Gail Holmes

EOL - NCDPI

what does administrators and educators value in their library
What Does Administrators and Educators Value in their Library?
  • “Educators believe learning is the central mission of the school library.”
  • “Calling it a library is not accurate—it’s a learning center that has resources, When I see students there, they’re doing research, maybe teacher-directed; I see a lot of them come in just to find general information, to learn something—maybe not related to school, so it goes far beyond what we thought a library was.”
what does administrators and educators value in their library1
What Does Administrators and Educators Value in their Library?
  • Not only do librarians enable learning, research but they also shape how learning takes place by helping teachers push the boundaries and innovate.
  • “Teachers do a lot of interdisciplinary teaching.... the media specialists have enabled teachers to make that push, to be better at taking risks, and to do things that are normally outside of the box.”
what does administrators and educators value in their library2
What Does Administrators and Educators Value in their Library?
  • Libraries help shape school culture—the shared beliefs, customs, and behaviors that define a school and that are seen as key factors in an institution’s success. One principal’s tongue-in-cheek: “In the center part of our school upstairs is the library and the main office is in the center downstairs, and I always say that downstairs is where we ruin school culture and upstairs is where we make it.”
  • Educators value how the library is different from the classroom. Through the diversity and breadth of their resources, libraries offer choice. They provide access to technology—and digital resources—beyond the means of most classrooms, creating opportunities for the teaching of information and inquiry skills.
what does administrators and educators value in their library3
What Does Administrators and Educators Value in their Library?
  • Through technology, the library expands the world of learning. “the library is a gateway to the outside world,” Skype and other virtual experiences connect students with their peers across the country and around the world.
  • “The library brings people together; it is a point of connection, ... colleague-to-colleague or student-to-student. The kids see that... everything is a part of the library. Kids are always eager to come to the library... they know that there is always help available.”
one common goal student learning

“One Common Goal: Student Learning”

-- Rutgers University researchers Ross Todd, Carol Gordon, and Ya-Ling Lu

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Blooms Taxonomy

Web 2.0 Tools

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Thinkfinity Community

Edmodo

Engage Community

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NC WiseOwl

CIESE

ThinkQuest

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Google

Voicethread

Linoit

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Safety Land

Netsmartz

Ethics in Computing

Garfield Cyberbullying

Safe Kids

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Standards

Common Core Standards

Essential Standards

Professional Teaching Standards

Visual Ranking Tool

Digital Portraits