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Title: Florida PowerLibrary Schools Program


1
Florida Power-Library Schools Program!
2
Welcome!
  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Ms. Miriam Needham
  • FAME President

3
Program Rationale
  • Ms. Janeen Pelser

4
Collaboration with Colorado
5
Strong library media programs have a positive
impact on student achievement in
  • Alaska
  • Colorado
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Texas
  • Wisconsin

6
Library Media Program Studies
  • Student Achievement Impact
  • Improved standardized test scores related to
  • Higher circulation statistics of books and
    materials
  • Increased facility usage
  • Collaborative/integrated information skills
    program

7
Program Rationale
  • Statewide program
  • Recognition for role of school library media
    programs and staff
  • Banner and pins
  • Highlighted on website
  • Mentoring school
  • Improved student achievement

8
Program Awardees
  • Schools that
  • Support quality school library programs
  • Place focus on collaboration and student
    achievement
  • Agree to serve as visitation sites for teams of
    educators desiring to increase their own
    collaborative practices

9
Program Awardees
  • Schools that
  • Meet the Outstanding criteria in the ExC3EL
    Evaluation Rubric
  • Promote high degree of administration/teacher/libr
    arian collaboration
  • Provide flexible scheduling for students to
    utilize the library individually as needed

10
Program Awardees
  • Schools that
  • Have library media specialist included in school
    administrative and staff functions
  • Provide computer networks that extend the library
    media programs reach into classrooms and labs

11
ExC3EL Evaluation Rubric
12
EXC3EL Evaluation Rubric
  • Why evaluate program?
  • Fulfill recommendations from Florida Study
  • To check your library media program against
    standards

13
EXC3EL Evaluation Rubric
  • Why evaluate program?
  • To measure your schools program with other
    school library media programs
  • To plan for program improvement
  • To better meet the needs of your students in the
    goal to higher achievement

14
EXC3EL Evaluation Rubric
  • Based on continuum

Outstanding
Advancing
Developing
Entering
15
EXC3EL Evaluation Rubric
  • Development process
  • Rubric Drafts (sent via email)
  • Focus Groups
  • District, school, university representatives
  • Supervisors and university educators suggestions
  • DOE Standards Commission recommendations

16
EXC3EL Evaluation Rubric
  • Rubrics purpose
  • Program evaluation tool
  • Define statewide program standards
  • Instrument for sparking dialogue on library media
    program standards
  • Administrators
  • Teachers
  • Parents
  • Other Library Media Specialists
  • University educators

17
Collaboration Strand
  • Mr. Albert Pimienta

18
Team Planning and Sharing
  • Ms. Sharon Reynolds
  • Ms. Jacqueline Rose

19
Good School Libraries Boost Readers
  • Well-staffed, well-stocked libraries improve
    reading scores
  • Elementary reading scores by 9 percent
  • Middle school scores by 3 percent
  • High school scores by 22 percent
  • Orlando Sentinel, October 13, 2003

20
Florida Power-Library Schools
  • Quality Indicators
  • Provides inviting and accessible facility
  • Provides a wide variety of print and electronic
    resources
  • Supports all facets of instructional program
  • Promotes critical thinking and active learning

21
Florida Power-Library Schools
  • Quality Indicators
  • Is well-staffed and well-funded
  • Provides a collaboratively planned instructional
    program
  • Is promoted throughout learning community

22
Becoming a Florida Power-Library SchoolWhat YOU
can do
  • As an administrator
  • Provide financial support
  • Promote flexible or open scheduling
  • Insist on continuous professional development
  • Actively promote library/classroom collaboration
  • Work with your library media specialist and
    faculty to reach Outstanding level of ExC3EL

23
Becoming a Florida Power-Library SchoolWhat YOU
can do
  • As a teacher
  • Communicate your curriculum resource needs to
    your library media specialist
  • Collaborate regularly with library media
    specialist to meet curriculum standards
  • Work with your library media specialist and
    faculty to reach Outstanding level of ExC3EL

24
Becoming a Florida Power-Library SchoolWhat YOU
can do
  • As a library media specialist
  • Communicate your curriculum resources to your
    faculty and take purchasing input from them
  • Collaborate regularly with the teachers in all
    subject areas
  • Work with stakeholders to reach Outstanding level
    of ExC3EL

25
Think, Pair, Share
  • Based on what you have seen this afternoon, think
    about what specific things you will do next.
  • Share your plan with the others from your school.
  • Work together to write out the next steps of your
    action plan.

26
What a school thinks about its library is a
measure of what it thinks about education.
Harold Howe, former U.S. Commissioner of Education
27
Application Overview
  • Application Elements and Timeline
  • Statement of Intent
  • October 15, 2008 to District LM Supervisor
  • November 1, 2008 to FASM president
  • Application Packet
  • April 30, 2008 to FASM president
  • Regional Observer Visitations
  • November 2008 May 2009

28
Application Overview
  • Application Packet
  • Element 2
  • Application Coversheet
  • Element 3
  • Copy of Teaching Certificate
  • Element 4
  • Narrative Statement
  • Element 5
  • ExC3EL Rubric Scoring Sheet

29
Application Overview
  • Application Packet
  • Element 6
  • Survey Results
  • 70 School-base faculty
  • 10 Parents
  • 25 Students
  • 1 Administrator
  • Element 7
  • DVD Documenting Outstanding library media
    components (5 minutes)

30
Questions and Answers
  • Ms. Nancy Case
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