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1 I need… I was just thinking that it would be fun for my third grade students to do a community building/getting to know each other activity for the first day of school. Do you have any books, ideas or other resources I could use? It is 15 minutes before school starts. By first year teacher.

2 EDCS 578 Administration of the Media Technology Program R. Jean Gustafson Black Hall C The Librarian Song

3 Learning Targets 1.0 Instructional Leadership Improve student learning by providing leadership within the educational community. 2.0 Library Media Program Management Develop, implement and evaluate the school library media program and manage personnel, informational systems, resources and facilities. 9.0 Assessment and Evaluation Gather and analyze data to guide program decisions, assess student and staff knowledge and enable self-reflection in order to evaluate the library media program and its impact on teaching and learning.

4 Class expectations Discussion Board ( nightly readings & posts ) Textbooks Assignments Portfolio Checksheet Location of: Blackboard Webpage Day 3? Day 1

5 West-E Teacher-LibrarianPromoting Information Literacy Skills Managing the Library Media Collection Administering the Library Media Program Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of librarianship as applied to SLMP Demonstrate knowledge of information literacy skills & strategies for helping students & others learn how to use information independently, efficiently & responsibly Demonstrate knowledge of literature for children and young adults & strategies for helping students become lifelong learners who read for a wide range of purposes Examine the responsibility of the T-L to serve as an advocate for the SLMP & to seek opportunities for continuous growth as a professional Examine the roles of the T-L and the relationship of the SLMP to the overall school program Demonstrate knowledge of media literacy skills & strategies for helping students learn how to interpret & create meaning from media messages in a variety of forms Demonstrate knowledge of procedures related to the acquisition, organization & circulation of library media resources Demonstrate knowledge of principles & practices related to the management of human, financial & physical resources in the school library media program Demonstrate knowledge of collaboration & strategies for developing collaborative relationships within & beyond the school community to deliver integrated instruction & information services Demonstrate knowledge of information & communications technology & strategies for providing guidance & leadership in the use of these technologies Demonstrate knowledge of strategies for developing & maintaining a library media collection that supports the educational goals of the school & the information needs of students, teachers & other members of the school community Demonstrate knowledge of principles & practices related to the development, implementation & ongoing evaluation of the SLMP Demonstrate knowledge of strategies for planning, implementing & assessing information literacy instruction that is integrated with content curriculum SLMP – School Library Media Program * - West-E topics

6 What are libraries used for? I. Checking out A. Books B. Videos C. Materials – i. Magazines ii. Maps iii. Posters iv. Artwork II. Resources A. Studying B. Research i. Print ii. Databases – Paid online iii. Free Web - online C. Computer skills III. Personal Help B. Job hunting C. Apartment rentals IV. Fun Stuff A. Gaming B. Socializing C. V. Community Services A. Archiving – historical record keeping B. Community meeting place C. Computer Classes VI. ?

7 ALA Documents ** Open Access Library Bill of Rights Intellectual Freedom Professional Code of Ethics

8 3 Roles of the Teacher-Librarian Instructional Leader Reading Advocate Program Administrator Facilities Collection Internet RJG 2003 Information Power 1998 WLMA 2010 K-12 Initiative 2000 TeacherInformation &Technology Instruction Teacher Instructional Partner Reading Advocacy Reading Advocate Information Specialist Information Management and Services Information Manager Program Administration

9 Management Foundation of YOUR program My program will be based on the belief that all students will find in the collection the materials they need to become life-long readers. My program will be based on the belief that all teachers will find in the collection the materials they need to present their curriculum so that the students will be life- long users of ideas and information.

10 Goals for the Year Personal Personal improvements Personal things you would like to accomplish Stepping out of my comfort zone things Program Sections of the collection that need updating Facilities – displays, decorating, re-arranging Collaborative projects Professional Continuing education Credits Learning new software Committees or groups you will join Becoming a better T-L

11 District Policies ** Selah Selah Curriculum Development (2020) Reconsideration (2020 F1) Supplemental Materials (2020 F3) Movie ratings Principals preferences Material Selection (2021 P) Internet Policy (2022 F2A) Internet Publishing (2023) Copyright (2025, 2025 P) Work for Hire (5251)

12 District Policies Cont.* Gift / Memorial (6114) Job Descriptions Classified personnel Volunteers Adults Students Evaluations Video Ratings Library Policy Manual

13 Learning Targets 1.0 Instructional Leadership Improve student learning by providing leadership within the educational community. 2.0 Library Media Program Management Develop, implement and evaluate the school library media program and manage personnel, informational systems, resources and facilities. 9.0 Assessment and Evaluation Gather and analyze data to guide program decisions, assess student and staff knowledge and enable self-reflection in order to evaluate the library media program and its impact on teaching and learning.

14 Day 2 Assignments Read for tomorrow: School Library Handbook Chapters 1- 4 (stop at Facilities arrangement on page 43) Copyright for Schools 1 & 2 Articles (See website) Due Day 2: Discipline plan / library rules or expectations are included documents in the Portfolio Good Websites: newbies.htm


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