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Creating librarian-teacher partnerships: Roles of school principals and school librarians
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This module offers school principals and school librarians the opportunity to build and strengthen understanding and skills toward collaborative instruction with the school librarian and classroom faculty. This module is also appropriate for graduate candidates in school leadership and/or school librarian programs.This module is based on the British University learning model. In England, Small groups of learners meet once a week with a "tutor" - AKA professor to discuss relevant topics, share their work, submit assignments and get feedback. While the faculty suggests resources, learners are expected to conduct research to find their own. This model is especially applicable to school library and school principal candidates who need to build research skills for on-going professional development in the field. Librarians, of course, always need to hone their research skills.Like the British model, learning for this program is largely self-guided. Resources are provided for the learner to develop expertise demonstrated in three major assignments: a white paper, a tri-fold pamphlet, and an analysis of a case study.Candidates must demonstrate and justify competence in targeted ISLLC and ALA Standards to successfully complete the module. This competence is assessed by a rubric used by the candidate for self-assessment and by faculty for performance assessment .Because the learning for this module is largely self-guided, faculty needs to be available for consultation through regularly scheduled office hours and email. The goal of this consultation is to provide coaching and explanation. Faculty will use the Discussion Board Task as formative assessment to guide facilitated instruction and coaching. Summative assessment is demonstrated by the three artifacts produced in the module.

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Education
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Module
Author:
Ann Spencer
Date Added:
09/21/2015
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LIFT Framework
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The LIFT Framework is an asynchronous self-paced professional learning path designed to allow any educator to build expertise to lead, teach, and support their peers to innovate instruction and effectively use digital tools and adapt to rapidly changing and dynamic learning environments. Educators integrate research-based instructional practices including reflective professional collaboration, inclusive instructional design, social and emotional learning and culturally-responsive teaching. Developed in Washington State as an open education resource (OER), the LIFT Framework can be used and adapted without cost to educators and schools.

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Education
Educational Technology
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Module
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Author:
Mark Ray
Date Added:
06/28/2021
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Schuylkill County Librarian resources is a collaboration space for librarians to share their favorite resources such as curriculum tools, websites, and interactive activities.

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Information Science
Educational Technology
Reading Literature
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Reading
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Author:
Rebecca Batz
Date Added:
02/13/2020
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Schuylkill County Librarian Resources
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Schuylkill County Librarian resources is a collaboration space for librarians to share their favorite resources such as curriculum tools, websites, and interactive activities.

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Information Science
Educational Technology
Reading Literature
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Interactive
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Reading
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Author:
Rebecca Batz
Date Added:
02/13/2020
Schuylkill County Librarian Resources
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Schuylkill County Librarian resources is a collaboration space for librarians to share their favorite resources such as curriculum tools, websites, and interactive activities.

Subject:
Information Science
Educational Technology
Reading Literature
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Assessment
Game
Homework/Assignment
Interactive
Lecture Notes
Lesson Plan
Primary Source
Reading
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Author:
Rebecca Batz
Lillian Hobbs
Date Added:
10/03/2019
Washington Digital TeachKit
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These easy-to-use guides have been crafted by teacher librarians to help K12 educators select and effectively implement commonly-adopted digital learning tools in Washington State. Specifically designed for classroom educators, this resource bank provides links, support and guidance for the effective use of over 20 digital learning tools already in use in many classrooms and schools across the state. 

Subject:
Education
Educational Technology
Material Type:
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Author:
Mark Ray
Date Added:
01/13/2021