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Module I – January 19th - February 12th

 

Module 1 Overarching Topic: The Nature of School Library Administration: An Overview

 

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In Module I, you will:

  1. Join with me in building our classroom community and begin to develop intrapersonal (self-knowledge) and interpersonal skills.

  2. Create and organize a personal wiki space.

  3. Examine your education philosophy in light of readings in current practices in school librarianship.

  4. Make connections between content-area standards and AASL's Standards for the 21st Century Learners.

 

Module 1.1: Dates: January 19th - January 22nd

 

Topic: The Nature of School Library Administration

 

Focusing Question: How does the value we place on the five roles of the teacher-librarian impact the administration of a school library?

 

 

Module 1.2: Dates: January 25th - January 29th

 

Topic: Educational Philosophy and Objectives of School Library Programs

 

Focusing Question: What is the impact of our educational philosophy on the objectives of the school library program?

 

 

Module 1.3: Dates: February 1st - February 5th

 

Topic: Library Learning Experiences

 

Focusing Question: How do we initiate and respond to invitiations to collaborate with classroom teachers, specialist colleagues, and principals?

 

 

Module 1.4: Dates: February 8th - February 12th

 

Topic: AASL's Standards for the 21st Century Learner (S4L)

 

Focusing Question: How do the AASL standards align with the published Texas (TEKS) K-12 curriculum standards, particularly in English language arts (ELA)/research and technology?

 

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