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School Libraries Count WEMTA 2012

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School Libraries Count WEMTA 2012

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  1. School Libraries Count:AASL Resources to Author our Stories Vicki Santacroce, AASL Affiliate Liaison vsantacroce@wwusd.org Diane Kastelic, L4Life Coordinator

  2. Learning Standards and Program Guidelines 2007 2009 2009

  3. Standards for the 21st Century Learner Graphics and screen shots excerpted from Standards for the 21st-Century Learner by the American Association of School Librarians, a division of the American Library Association, copyright © 2007 American Library Association. Reprinted with permission.

  4. 1. inquire, think critically and gain knowledge 2. draw conclusions, make informed decisions, apply knowledge to new situations, and create new knowledge 3. share knowledge and participate ethically and productively as members of our democratic society 4. pursue personal and aesthetic growth Learners use skills, resources and tools to: Four Standards

  5. Self-Assessment Strategies Dispositions in Action Responsibilities Skills Standard Four Strands

  6. Self-Assessment Strategies Responsibilities Dispositions Indicators Indicators Indicators Indicators Standard Skills LOTS of Indicators

  7. Standards in Action

  8. Self- Questioning Examples Grade 10 Grade 12 Stages of Development Stages of Development Grade 8 Grade 5 Grade 2 Self-Assessment Strategies Sample Behaviors Sample Behaviors Indicators Indicators Indicators Indicators Dispositions Skills Benchmarks Standard Standards in Action Responsibilities

  9. Learning Standards and Program Guidelines A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners

  10. Preface Introduction The Planning Process Introduction Preparing for the Planning Process Developing Your Plan Preparing for Your First Committee Meeting Mission, Goals, and Objectives Developing your mission statement Developing goals and objectives Collecting needed information Action Plans Developing Action Plans Action Plans Planning Chart Evaluating the Library Media Program One Final Word

  11. All Plans and Reports can be saved and printed out as a PDF in the end!

  12. You can also create charts and graphs of your program assessment!

  13. How to Order • Annual subscriptions • $40 first year; $20 renewals • Members will receive 10% discount • www.info.eb.com/aasl • Call 1-800-621-3900 • For more information – • www.ala.org/aasl/planningguide

  14. Learning Standards and Program Guidelines A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners

  15. The AASL Lesson Plan Database aasl.jesandco.org Kathy Lowe, Executive Director Massachusetts School Library Association

  16. Action Examples (Lesson Plans)

  17. Four-Step Lesson Design • Direct instruction • Modeling and guided practice • Independent practice • Sharing and reflection

  18. Examples of Assessments • Product • Process • Student self-assessment strategies

  19. Lesson Plans http://aasl.jesandco.org • Incorporate AASL Learning Standards • Integrated with content area curricula • Cross-walked with Common Core State Standards • Developed by colleagues in the field • Free and open to all

  20. aasl.jesandco.org

  21. Account Holder Privileges • Rate lessons and see how others have rated them • Read and post comments • View attachments • Save lessons as PDFs • Bookmark favorite lessons and users • CONTRIBUTE YOUR OWN LESSONS!

  22. Throughout the form, click on “What’s the difference?” for more information.

  23. Vetting Process • Submissions to the database are vetted by trained AASL moderators to ensure lesson plans published are of the highest quality • Moderators are experienced school library professionals • Moderators use two tools to evaluate lessons: • Lesson Plan Rubric • Lesson Plan Checklist • You will receive an email: Your Lesson Plan Has Been Reviewed & Action is Needed

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