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  1. Session # 1326 LITERACY, LEADERSHIP AND SCHOOL LIBRARIES    Kathy Cowan Superintendent of Education, Toronto District School Board. Tim Gauntley Program Coordinator, Library and Learning Resources and Interdisciplinary Studies, Toronto District School Board.

  2. School Libraries Literacy Leadership Agenda: All in one/one in all

  3. Agenda: School Libraries Mission, and Goals TDSB Administrators’ Guide School Library Website School Libraries Online Resources @ Your School Library

  4. Agenda: Literacy Ministry Initiatives Information Literacy Superintendent Perspective Literacy A Library Learning Community

  5. Agenda: Leadership Collaboration Developing School Library Collections Equity Success Power of Knowledge (Ontario) Leadership Innovation Tao of Leadership

  6. Agenda: School Libraries Mission, and Goals TDSB Administrators’ Guide School Library Website School Libraries Online Resources @ Your School Library

  7. School Libraries: Mission and Goals The mission: to teach all students to read for breadth and understanding, research with purpose and process, build knowledge with insight and responsibility, and transform their knowledge into wisdom for a lifetime of learning. The overall goal: to foster learning and improve student achievement

  8. Specific Goal #1: Policies/Priorities To ensure that all students meet provincial expectations and follow board policies and priorities

  9. Specific Goal #2: Environment To ensure that all students learn in a school library environment that is safe, nurturing, positive, and respectful

  10. Specific Goal #3: Reading To ensure that all students develop the love of reading for learning and pleasure

  11. Specific Goal #4: Information Literacy/ Research To ensure that all students develop information literacy and research knowledge and skills

  12. Specific Goal #5: Equitable Access To ensure that all students have equitable access to programs, resources, and technologies of appropriateness and quality

  13. Specific Goal #6: Use/Application To ensure that all students use information and apply knowledge with understanding, responsibility, and imagination

  14. Specific Goal #7: Richness and Diversity To ensure that all students develop an understanding of the richness and diversity of Canada and the world

  15. Specific Goal #8: Character and Lifelong Learning To ensure that all students develop an appreciation of how libraries build character and foster lifelong learning.

  16. TDSB Administrator’s Guide 1. Mission Statement and Goals 2. TL Professional Role 3. Research on School Libraries 4. Program Standards • The Role of the Principal • The School Improvement Plan and the School Library • Staffing and Timetabling • Library Management and Facility • TDSB Procedures and Documents Relevant to School Libraries

  17. Return to Library Resources page Read the TDSB Research Guide Find more links for learning Special page of links for teachers Get to know the library program Get site info Welcome to Your School Library Website Search your school’s library catalogue Print the Guide to each page Start your search on the Home page Explore directories and search engines Find rich subject content Discover French links Learn how to research Link to career sites and tools The School Library Website is your KEY to the Internet and online resources! Find special links for your school This website is created and maintained by the TDSB Library Learning and Resources department, with the help of secondary teacher-librarians.

  18. School Library Website: Literacy Benefits Improves literacy by helping students and teachers to: • navigate to sites quickly • find quality, dependable, safe sources • explore rich sites • learn about the Internet • use at home and school (24/7)

  19. School Library Website: Learning Guide

  20. Online Resources @ Your School Library • Information literacy for home and school: • definitions • “hidden web” • steps to find and use resources • pictures and explanations of each database and E-book (e.g. Knowledge Ontario) • FAQ’s Online Resources @ Your School Library A Community Guide

  21. Online Resources @ Your School Library

  22. Online Resources @ Your School Library 8

  23. Agenda: Literacy Ministry Initiatives Information Literacy Superintendent Perspective Literacy A Library Learning Community

  24. Ministry Initiatives: A Ray of Light 2000-01 • The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 to 12: Program Planning and Assessment, 2000 • The Road Ahead: School Improvement Planning Handbook • Elementary Units and Course Profiles and The Ontario Curriculum Exemplars

  25. Ministry Initiatives: Winds of Change 2002-04 • Interdisciplinary Studies, Grades 11 and 12 • The Ontario Curriculum Unit Planner • The Report of the Expert Panel on Early Reading in Ontario • Supporting Student Success in Literacy, Grades 7-12: Effective Practices of Ontario School Boards • Me Read? No Way • Literacy for Learning: The Report of the Expert Panel on Literacy in Grades 4 to 6 • Think Literacy: Teacher-Librarians Grades 7-9

  26. Ministry Initiatives: Towards a New Standard? 2005-07 • Think Literacy: Library Research, Grades 7-12 • The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8: Language, 2006 (revised) • EQAO Success Stories for Ontario Student Literacy Test • Boys’ Literacy Teacher Inquiry Progress Report

  27. Ministry Initiatives: Towards a New Standard? 2005-07 • The Role of the School Library • strong mission and goals • success across the language curriculum • reading for understanding and enjoyment • development of information literacy and research skills • collaboration with classroom or content-area teachers • authentic information and research tasks

  28. Information Literacy: Information Studies • evolution of school library programs • consistent overall expectations in three strands • grade-by-grade expectations • step-by-step research process • integrated with Ontario curriculum of 1999 • role of teachers teacher-librarians, parents and students • Achievement Chart

  29. Information Literacy: Research Success • step-by-step research process based on Information Studies K to Grade 12 • templates for recording work • tips and advice to improve research • checklists and rubrics • MLA/APA Guides • a new elementary Guide now available Imagine the Learning

  30. Agenda: Literacy Ministry Initiatives Information Literacy Superintendent Perspective Literacy A Library Learning Community

  31. Agenda: Leadership Collaboration Developing School Library Collections Equity Success Power of Knowledge (Ontario) Leadership Innovation Tao of Leadership

  32. Leadership: Collaboration Leadership through collaboration is the key to a strong library literacy program for both teachers and students The following slides are adapted from Nicholas Boothman How To Make Someone Love You In 90 Minutes Or Less, Forever!

  33. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER PROMOTER

  34. More Rational than Emotional ANALYST CONTROLLER Socially More Outgoing Socially More Reserved SUPPORTER PROMOTER More Emotional than Rational

  35. ANALYST Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability

  36. ANALYST CONTROLLER Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability Enterprising Direct and self-assured Action oriented Restless Dislikes indecision

  37. ANALYST CONTROLLER Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability Enterprising Direct and self-assured Action oriented Restless Dislikes indecision SUPPORTER Reliable & good listener Sympathetic & loyal Hides deep emotions Modest & patient Dislikes sudden change

  38. ANALYST CONTROLLER Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability Enterprising Direct and self-assured Action oriented Restless Dislikes indecision SUPPORTER PROMOTER Reliable & good listener Sympathetic & loyal Hides deep emotions Modest & patient Dislikes sudden change Enthusiastic Persuasive & entertaining Spontaneous & friendly Impatient Dislikes filling in forms

  39. ANALYST CONTROLLER Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability Enterprising Direct and self-assured Action oriented Restless Dislikes indecision SUPPORTER PROMOTER Reliable & good listener Sympathetic & loyal Hides deep emotions Modest & patient Dislikes sudden change Enthusiastic Persuasive & entertaining Spontaneous & friendly Impatient Dislikes filling in forms

  40. ANALYST • Responds well to being right • Reacts badly to being wrong

  41. ANALYST CONTROLLER • Responds well to being right • Reacts badly to being wrong • Responds well to getting results • Reacts badly to losing control

  42. ANALYST CONTROLLER • Responds well to being right • Reacts badly to being wrong • Responds well to getting results • Reacts badly to losing control SUPPORTER • Responds well to acceptance • Reacts badly to rejection

  43. ANALYST CONTROLLER • Responds well to being right • Reacts badly to being wrong • Responds well to getting results • Reacts badly to losing control SUPPORTER PROMOTER • Responds well to acceptance • Reacts badly to rejection • Responds well to admiration • Reacts badly to disapproval

  44. ANALYST CONTROLLER • Responds well to being right • Reacts badly to being wrong • Responds well to getting results • Reacts badly to losing control SUPPORTER PROMOTER • Responds well to acceptance • Reacts badly to rejection • Responds well to admiration • Reacts badly to disapproval

  45. ANALYST KEY FEELING Intelligent

  46. ANALYST CONTROLLER KEY FEELING Intelligent KEY FEELING Powerful

  47. ANALYST CONTROLLER KEY FEELING Intelligent KEY FEELING Powerful SUPPORTER KEY FEELING Valued

  48. ANALYST CONTROLLER KEY FEELING Intelligent KEY FEELING Powerful SUPPORTER PROMOTER KEY FEELING Valued KEY FEELING Important

  49. ANALYST CONTROLLER KEY FEELING Intelligent KEY FEELING Powerful SUPPORTER PROMOTER KEY FEELING Valued KEY FEELING Important

  50. Nicholas Boothman The secret to collaboration/love is the principal of mutual opposites Two simple rules for meeting people: “Entertain once a week, and accept all invitations”