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Laura Stemler's Digital Portfolio




Summative Reflection                                 Conceptual Map

 

 

 

AASL Standard 1:  Use of Information and Ideas.
School library media candidates encourage reading and lifelong learning by stimulating interests and fostering competencies in the effective use of ideas and information.  They apply a variety of strategies to ensure access to resources and information in a variety of formats to all members of the learning community.  Candidates promote ethical use of the school library media program and its services. 

Standard 1.1 Efficient and ethical information-seeking behavior
Artifacts:

ISTC 651 Information Literacy Process Models

ISTC 615 Collection Development Policy

ISTC 601 Ethical policiesMedieval Instructional Unit

Practicum, Cockeysville: History Day Project

Standard 1.2 Literacy and reading
Artifacts:

EDUC 717 Multicultural Text Sets

SCED 518 Alternative Book ReportsChapter Rewrite

ISTC 615 Journal Article 2

Practicum Elementary and Secondary:

Both:  Book Talks

Elementary:  Book Recommendation Table, Book purchase recommendations

Secondary: Strive for 25, Scary Stories Day 

Standard 1.3 Access to information
Artifacts:

ISTC 601 Research SummaryFacilities Design Project

ISTC 615 Collection Development

Practicum, Secondary; Shelf Call Numbers and Signage, Use of the library

Standard 1.4 Stimulating Learning Environment
Artifacts:

ISTC 601 Facilities Design ProjectSite Visits,Research Summary

Practicum Secondary: Organization of Media Center; Elementary: Re-position Story Circle, Magazines, and New Books

AASL Standard 2:  Teaching and Learning.
School library media candidates model and promote collaborative planning with classroom teachers in order to teach concepts and skills of information processes integrated with classroom content.  They partner with other education professionals to develop and deliver an integrated information skills curriculum. Candidates design and implement instruction that engages the student’s interests, passions, and needs which drive their learning.  
Standard 2.1 Knowledge of learners and learning
Artifacts:
ISTC 667 ISD Project:  Understanding Citation, Plagiarism, and Determining Credible Sources
ISTC 651 Pathfinder
ISTC 702 SIP Presentation:  Aiding Students in Reading with Natural Reader 9.0
Practicum Elementary:  Book Search 
Standard 2.2 Effective and knowledgeable teacher
Artifacts:
ISTC 651 Pathfinder
Practicum Secondary: History Day Wiki/Lessons 
Standard 2.3 Information literacy curriculum 
Artifacts:
ISTC 601 Ethical Policies
ISTC 615 Collection Development Policy
ISTC 651 Information Literacy Process Models
Practicum Secondary : Library WikiEvaluating Internet ResourcesPresentation Tools Lesson 
AASL Standard 3:  Collaboration and Leadership.
School library media candidates provide leadership and establish connections with the greater library and education community to create school library media programs that focus on candidates learning and achievement; encourage the personal and professional growth of teachers and other educators, and model the efficient and effective use of information and ideas.
Standard 3.1 Connection with library community
Artifacts:
ISTC 601 Site Visits
ISTC 615 Article Review
Practicum Secondary
Standard 3.2 Instructional partner
Artifacts:
ISTC 601 Ethical PoliciesArticle Review (Article)
Practicum Secondary
Standard 3.3 Educational leader
Artifacts:
ISTC 601 Article Review (Article), Research Summary
ISTC 615 Article Review
ISTC 702 SIP Presentation
AASL Standard 4:  Managing information resources:  Selecting, Organizing, and Using Program Administration.
School library media candidates administer the library media program in order to support the mission of the school, and according to the principles of best practice in library science and program administration. 
Standard 4.1 Managing information resources: Selecting, Organizing, Using
Artifacts:
ISTC 615 Collection Development PolicyArticle Review
ISTC 601 Ethics PolicyFacility Design
Practicum Elementary:  Weeding 
Standard 4.2 Managing program resources: Human, financial, physical
Artifacts:
ISTC 601 Budget & Grant ProposalFacility Design
Practicum Elementary 
Standard 4.3 Comprehensive and collaborative strategic planning and assessment
Artifacts:
ISTC 702 SIP Presentation
ISTC 601 Article Review
ISTC 615 Article
Practicum Secondary  

 



 
   

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