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Good at gardening, hopeless at engineering * Inside Story - 7 views

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    Less than twenty years after the Karmel reforms one of their architects looked back in dismay at what had been wrought. "We created a situation unique in the dem­ocratic world," Jean Blackburn pointed out in 1991. "It is very important to realise this. There were no rules about student selection and exclusion, no fee limitations, no shared governance, no public education accountability, no common curriculum requirements below the upper secondary level... We have now become a kind of wonder at which people [in other countries] gape. The reaction is always, 'What an extraordinary situation.'"
Cara Whitehead

Educational Standards Correlations - 2 views

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    VocabularySpellingCity provides the following sets of correlations to standards:




    U.S. Standards by State
    Common Core Standards for each States' Implementation
    Australian Standards by State
    Canadian Standards by Province
    English National Curriculum Standards
Martha Hickson

Librarydoor: Common Core Carpe Diem! - 32 views

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    This webinar gave an overview of the reading, research, and rigor components that librarians can "assist" teachers with. If you wrap your head around these critical shifts, and you will likely become as building leaders as you model solutions for meeting the CCSS. Teachers all over are trying to figure this out and this is a piece of cake for us! Carpe Diem!
    Wrap your head around Inquiry and Student Centered research projects. (Writing standards 6-10)
    Help "repackage" research units
    Help find "rigor" - Rich Text - reading passages, correctly aligned to the CCSS Lexile bands.
    Understand what it means to "read closely" - with purpose, meaningful, directed, points of view, etc.
    Understand what a Lexile is and its role in the CCSS
    Help teachers replace lower level texts (Lexile) with alternatives correctly Lexiled, or Non-fiction Inquiry Units using your non-fiction collection!
Janet Allen

Dr. Lodge McCammon - 9 views

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    Dr. Lodge McCammon is a Specialist in Curriculum and Contemporary Media at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation (www.fi.ncsu.edu). His work in education began in 2003 at Wakefield High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he taught Civics and AP Economics. He finished a Ph.D. from North Carolina State University in 2008 where his work at The Friday Institute continues to bring innovative practices to students, teachers and schools. He developed a teaching and professional development process called FIZZ which encourages and models best practices in implementing user-generated video and online publishing in the classroom to enhance standards-based lessons. He is also a studio composer who writes standards-based songs, with supporting materials, about advanced curriculum for K-12 classrooms. More information, user-generated videos, and songs can be found at Lodge's website (www.iamlodge.com).
Erica Trowbridge

School Library Monthly - Common Core and School Librarians - 61 views

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    The Common Core Standards (CCS) are at hand! They are often referred to as National Standards and they carry impact for student learning, teaching, and school librarians. But how? What is the real story?
Martha Hickson

Teacher Resources | Library of Congress - 0 views

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    Includes tool for searching for materials by state standards
Janet Cerni

Educators Guide to Copyright - 0 views

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    "To help you answer these questions, The Copyright Alliance, as part of its educational mission, has assembled a valuable array of classroom curricula and other teaching resources on its website, www.CopyrightAlliance.org.
    "In addition, the Alliance has partnered with the award-winning curriculum experts at Young Minds Inspired (YMI) to develop this comprehensive Educator's Guide to Copyright, which includes:
    "* An overview that defines copyright, traces its history, and clarifies the issues of fair use and plagiarism in the classroom (pages 2-3).
    "* A FAQ section that will answer some general copyright questions as well as questions that arise in the classroom (pages 4-5).
    "* A glossary designed to keep you abreast of the language of copyright and computers (page 6). * Standards charts for all the educational materials available on the Alliance website to
    help you integrate these resources into your curriculum (pages 7-13)"
Donna Baumbach

School Librarians and the Common Core Standards: Resources - 45 views

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    Carolyn Jo Starkey
Dennis OConnor

School Librarians and the Common Core Standards: Resources - 2 views

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    This is a livebiners presentaion from Carolyn Jo Starkey that presents detailed resources on how the Common Core Standards relate to school library media studies.
Donna Baumbach

ALA | Standards for the 21st-Century Learner Lesson Plan Database - 46 views

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    "search the database for lesson plans by learning standards and indicators, content topic, grade-level, resources used, type of lesson or schedule, keyword and much more. In addition, registered users can bookmark lesson plans in a portfolio for future use, rate and comment on lesson plans in the community, print to PDF and socially share lesson plans on the web, and create and publish their own lesson plans in the database."
Fran Bullington

ALA | Common Core Crosswalk - 34 views

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    Links to ways the standards align with Language Arts, History, Science/Technology, and Writing.
Seanean Shanahan

National Education Technology Plan 2010 | U.S. Department of Education - 12 views

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    Ok, Library People! Let's spread the word about what we can do to do this!!!
Jane Lofton

ALA | AASL L4L Building Level Toolkit Introduction & Contents - 11 views

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    Recently debuted Building Level Toolkit for Implementing AASL's L4L that Kristin Fontichiaro and Melissa Johnston developed.
Jane Lofton

ALA | L4L Resources Compiled by 2010 Emerging Leaders Group A - 3 views

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    A hot linked list of resources from AASL for pre-service, new, or returning school librarians to use in developing implementation strategies for the AASL standards developed by the ALA Emerging Leaders Team A  which is at the bottom of the L4L Resources for Implementation page.
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