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Jarrett Middle School Library Media Center Proposal
Proposed by: F. Yokoyama Library Media Specialist
Library & School Vision Kulia I ka nuu Strive to reach the highest
Vision Create a media center for students, and faculty where… Teaching and technical support is available to students and faculty
Goal magnet To become a magnet middle school
The possibilities The potential Tronic
A multi-media center allows Jarrett to offer: In-service computer training I.e. AR testing Visual Teaching (hear, see, apply) Sample: Real time Teleconferencing for students and faculty
Students will be able to… Give professional presentations Polish their public speaking skills
Students will be able to… Create and present morning bulletins
Students will be able to… Student-to–student teaching & learning Sample: Access to school lessons Listen to teachers lectures if absent sample: Review teachers lessons before tests Sample:
Student benefits student work is on-line, accessible 24/7 No excuse of… I forgot my assignment at school I forgot my homework at home
Students will be able to… Create their own school annual and DVD Write and publish their own books
The old adage… Use it or… Lose it
Apply and use their technology knowledge and skills in all classes Sample: Retain and continually improve their technology computer literacy skills Students will be able to…
Accomplish General Learner Outcomes Produce products Sample: Access, evaluate, and use accurate information Sample:
Students will be able to.. Create an on-line electronic evidence portfolio Document their achievements
On-line evidence portfolio Will fulfill the evidence requirement for Standards based report cards Captures work in real time video Sample:
On-line evidence portfolio shows progression of work and improvements from initial work to final product for student projects
On-line evidence portfolio Show student accomplishments and growth in course work over three years Record and Graph student improvement in: Benchmarks testing HSA tests
On-line evidence portfolio View concrete student work capabilities across disciplines: Student Math Science English Social Studies Electives
On-line evidence portfolio View at student work capabilities: Over time 6 th 7 th 8 th high school View student assessment evidence Sample:
On-line evidence portfolio Can be used during Student-led parent conferences at school or via teleconferencing
Students Electronic portfolio Can be viewed over time by: Parents during the school year High school teachers Colleges Scholarship committees Future resume
Students Electronic portfolio Can be viewed via secured Internet site District meetings State / national Conferences
Benefits Saves Time Effort Energy
Benefits Makes Jarrett a 21 st century school
Thank you Questions, please contact F. Yokoyama at:
Jarrett Middle School Foundation. Faith Yokoyama Library Media Specialist Jarrett Middle School.
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