Plan, Do, Review: Making L4L Work for YOU MAME Summer Institute July 12, 2011 Presenter Susan Ballard Immediate Past-Chair, AASL Standards and Guidelines Implementation Task Force (L4L); Retired Director of Library Media and
L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Our Iceberg is Melting Our Iceberg Is Melting is a simple fable about doing well in an everchanging world. Based on the awardwinning work of Harvard's John Kotter, it is a story that has been used to help thousands of people and organizations.
Source: http://www.kotterinternational.com/kotterprinciples/OurIceberg.aspx L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Our Iceberg is Melting Summary Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Melvin_Murphy
L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Our Iceberg is Melting Main Points 1.Set the stage 2. Pull together the guiding group 3. Decide what to do
4. Make it happen L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Our Iceberg is Melting Main Points 5. Empower others to act 6. Create short term wins 7. Dont let up 8. Make it stick
L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Culture is how we Are organized Communicate Deal with mistakes or deviation Approach problems Honor and ritualize Induct new members
L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Our Iceberg is Melting Our iceberg is melting too.the learning environment is very different and so is the learner. L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute
Who Are the Audiences? Students Teachers Principals Support Staff
and Volunteers Superintendent and District Level Personnel School Board, Parents, and Community L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Barriers Between the idea
and the reality, Between the motion and the act, Falls the shadow. T.S. Eliot The Hollow Men L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute
Take the Plunge L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Plan There is no way we can survive in this world if we only deal with the present. Ian Jukes
If we teach todays students as we taught yesterdays, we rob them of tomorrow. John Dewey If you dont know where youre going, youll probably end up somewhere else. Yogi Berra L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute
Do Leaders demonstrate persistence, commitment, and risk taking, but above all, learning. That in developing systems to avoid errors we cant just go on assumptions, but need to closely observe and collect all sorts of information to truly understand how people involved think and operate (learn). Alina Tugend, Better by Mistake; The Unexpected Benefits of Being Wrong
L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Review We must consider life through emerging technologies. Ian Jukes, Living on the Future Edge: Windows on Tomorrow EdWebs Using Emerging Technology to Advance
Your School Library Program community L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Learning4Life: The 4 Standards! 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. L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Learning4Life:
The 4 Strands! L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Learning4Life: The 4 Step Lesson Plan! 1. Direct instruction of the specific skill to be learned 2. Modeling and guided practice: learners have an opportunity to see the skill as it is applied successfully
3. Independent practice: learners apply the skill to their own topics 4. Sharing and reflection: learners look at their own application of the skill and determine how well it worked Guided Inquiry and the Research Process video L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Empowering Learners:
The Changed Role of the LMS! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Leader Instructional Partner Information Specialist
Teacher Program Administrator L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Empowering Learners: Teaching for Learning! 1. The school library media program promotes collaboration among members of the learning community and encourages learners to be independent, lifelong users and producers of ideas and
information. 2. The school library media program promotes reading as a foundational skill for learning, personal growth, and enjoyment. 3. The school library media program provides instruction that addresses multiple literacies, including information literacy, media literacy, visual literacy, and technology literacy. 4. The school library media program models an inquiry-based approach to learning and the information search process. 5. The school library media program is guided by regular assessment of student learning to ensure the program is meeting its goals.
L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Empowering Learners: Building the Learning Environment! 1. The school library media program is built on a long-term strategic plan that reflects the mission, goals, and objectives of the school. 2. The school library media program has a minimum of one full-time certified/licensed library media specialist supported by qualified staff sufficient for the schools instructional programs,
services, facilities, size, and number of teachers and students. 3. The school library media program includes flexible and equitable access to physical and virtual collections of resources that support the school curriculum and meet the diverse needs of all learners. 4. The school library media program has sufficient funding to support priorities and make steady progress to attain the programs mission, goals, and objectives. 5. The school library media program includes policies, procedures, and guidelines that support equitable access to ideas and information throughout the school community. 6. The school library media program includes a well-developed collection of books, periodicals, and non-print material in a variety of formats that support curricular topics and are suited to inquiry learning and users needs and interests.
7. The school library media program is guided by an advocacy plan that builds support from decision makers who affect the quality of the SLMP. 8. The school library media program includes support for school library media specialist and teacher professional development to sustain and increase knowledge and skills. L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Empowering Learners: Empowering Learning Through Leadership!
The school library media program is built by professionals who model leadership and best practice for the school community. L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Empowering Learners:
Empowering Learning Through Leadership! Benchmark/GLE Crosswalk Basic Benchmark/GLE- Expanded Introduction Online, interactive planning and advocacy tool Supports implementation of the AASL program guidelines Ensures school library
program planners go beyond the basics Saves time and delivers data L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Empowering Learners: A Planning Guide! Access the free trial beginning 7/11 and
ending 7/20 http://www.aasl.eb.com Username: j20 Password: preview Free trial access is given by calling Encyclopedia Britannica: 800-621-3900 L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Planning Process
evaluate the existing program involve stakeholders in planning process align the mission with the school or district develop action plans with measurable goals and objectives chart implementation progress
L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Planning Process Planning Process Planning Process
Assessment Rubric Reflects principles in AASL program guidelines Assess programs on 16 different sets of criteria Identify strengths and weaknesses Easily share results with stakeholders
Advocate for the information literacy needs of school community L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Assessment Rubric Assessment Rubric
Assessment Rubric 2 Benefits Recap Access module online from any computer Sequential steps are intuitive for users of all technology levels Save and edit plans Monitor progress charts Evaluate your program health using the rubric Output and share worksheets, charts and graphs
L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Learning4Life: A Lifelong Process! What's the take-away? L4L
2011 MAME Summer Institute Learning4Life: Resources! L4L home page L4L resources compiled by 2010 Emerging Leaders Group A L4L School Librarian Job Description Sample Evaluation System AASL Standards Interactive Graphic Effective Practice wiki
L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Learning4Life: Resources! Librarians Who Lead in March 2011 District Administration Fully Loaded: Outfitting a teacher librarian for the 21st century. Heres what it takes. January 2011 School Library Journal
Not Your Grandmothers Library! March/April 2011 Learning & Leading with Technology Learning and the Jungonauts February 24, 2011 The Whole Child Blog Five Skills for 21st Century Learners March 18, 2011 Molehills out of Mountains blog School Library Monthly: The End of an EraFalling Off a Cliff by Allison Zmuda L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute
Learning4Life: Resources! Webinars: School Library Month 2011 (no log in information needed) Developing a Vision for Learning presented by Dr. Carol Gordon Teaching for Learning - Teaching at the Intersection of Reading, Information and Technology presented by LaDawna Harrington Building the Learning Environment: Engage, Interact, Immerse, Learn presented by Marcia Mardis, Eileen McIlvain, Gail Long, and Jennifer Pleszkoch Empowering Learning through Leadership: Building a Strong Leadership Foundation through Transformation Leadership Practices presented by
Daniella Smith L4L 2011 MAME Summer Institute Learning4Life: Resources! Please feel free to contact me [email protected] Jungo, ergo sum.
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