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April 4 and 27 class 2011
Dec 6 and 15 class
Feb. 7 and 23 class
Jan. 10 and 26
March 7 class
Monthly Snacks, Class Dates
Nov 1 and 17 class
Oct. 4 and 27
Sept. 13 and 22 Class
Welcome to Adams12 Professional Development for all Teacher-Librarians, 2010-2011
Critical Connections: Libraries and Student Achievement
September 2010 - New vendors, New TLs, New Circ System, structure of class.
October 2010 - Scholastic Book Fair info. Breakouts = Google Earth, Destiny Basics, Mackin
November 2010 - Libraries and Student Achievement. Breakouts = Wiimote, digital story creation, Destiny student logins.
December 2010 - Copyright. Breakouts = Advocacy for Elem, Mentor/Mentees meet, Auto-Dialer for overdues
January 2011 - Required Accounting Procedures. Breakouts = how to do the reports
February 2011 - Copyright. Breakouts = Mackin Collection Devlpt, Flip Cameras, Author St. Joan
March 2011 - ELL one additional hour training for librarians. No breakouts.
Information about New Required Accounting Procedures for all libraries:
CC Jan AccountingProcedures.pdf
All reports you need to run are explained on the Library Services Wiki on the Destiny How-To Page.
Collection development handouts from Mackin (Word docs)
Action Plan blank.doc
Request for Purchasing Library Materials.doc
21st Century Learner Standards Collaboration Planning Sheet.doc
Action plan example.doc
Collection Analysis Explanation2.doc
2010-11 Teacher-Librarian Rubric for TLs and principals
Our Course Mission
Does your collaboration and instruction include teaching basic information use skills to students?
Do you suggest ways teachers can incorporate technology into their lesson plans to increase student engagement?
Do you collaborate with classroom teachers to teach engaging online end-products students can create to demonstrate learning?
Do you use online sites and tools to network with your constituents and promote your library resources and programs?
Do you help teachers create "real-world" projects and assessments that require students to think beyond the facts?
Book Study starts with December classes.
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