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Page history last edited by Doug Achterman 12 years, 5 months ago

 

 

List your school's name, its address, your name, the date, and the library service (below) you're describing. Then tell your story about how what happens in your library program that helps students be more successful.  

 

Library Services:

 

1. Offered a program of curriculum-integrated information literacy instruction.

2. Informally instructed students in the use of resources.

3. Planned or conducted workshops for teachers.

4. Assisted school curriculum committee with recommendations

5. Collaborated with teachers to develop, implement, and evaluate student learning 

6. Provided reference assistance to students and teachers.

7. Provided reading, listening, and viewing guidance for students.

8. Provided instruction on Internet searching and research

9. Other

 

Begin adding here:

 

School Name:

School Address:

Your Name:

Date: 3/2009

Library Service: Offered a program of curriculum-integrated information literacy instruction.

Collaborated with teachers to develop, implement, and evaluate student learning 

Your story:

 

I have one of the strongest programs you’ll find anywhere on collaborate teaching in the library. Published books are PRACTICAL STEPS TO THE RESEARCH PROCESS/ libraries unlimited I actually teach this system, and continually improve it, on a daily basis, my students are taught a process of research that imbeds info library skills and strategies into content- area standards, Fridays are exclusively devoted to literature activities such as book talks, dewey author appreciation, and book check out.

 

Ways to measure the impact:

 

 I can demonstrate it through the research packets that teachers collect and lure as part of their final project grade. They really understand the value of research instruction to the point of insisting  it be partly of their yearly pacing chart for my core department- science, through which I teach every student in my small school.

 

School Name:  Corona High

School Address:

Your Name: Norma St. Clair

Date: 3/2009

Library Service: Provided instruction on Internet searching and research

Your story:

Work cited pages : informal polling of students/classes before & after TL instruction.

 

Research resources handout & Instruction before assignments/ research projects and individual student assistance. This instruction improves learning by increasing source quality (accuracy, authority, currency, for assignments/projects/research)

 

 

School Name: La Sierra HS

School Address:

Your Name: Robert DeBuse

Date: 3/2009

Library Service: Provided reading, listening, and viewing guidance for students.

Your story:

I constantly provide guidance for students and teachers/classes. Students ask for guidance or even recommend books for me. I encourage classes to come regularly to exchange their reading books for new ones. The exchange time provides a great opportunity for reader guidance. Destiny (FOLLETT) catalog provides a place to post students reader collaboration of what books they like.

 

Ways to Measure this:

Destiny circulation stats # of classes coming to the library for book checkout

 

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