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  1. The School Librarian’s Role in Educator Evaluation and the Common Core: New Levers for Academic Growth Tim MatheneyDirectorOffice of Evaluation for the New Jersey Department of Education Amy RominieckiSchool Library Media SpecialistImmediate Past President, NJASLSeneca High SchoolTabernacle, NJ Michelle Marhefka School Library Media SpecialistTreasurer, NJASLClearview Middle SchoolMullica Hill, NJ

  2. Our Presentation and handouts are online at: http://njasl.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1640249

  3. Amy’s School’s SLMS Evaluation Process • Lenape Regional High School District (Burlington County, NJ) • “Homegrown” method of evaluating staff- including school librarians

  4. Observations • Using 2-year-old checklist for observations (in your handout) • 4 librarians revising the checklist to become a rubric, modeled after the classroom teacher’s observation rubric

  5. Student Growth Objectives (SGOs) • We will write two (2) SGOs per librarian, per year • Not per class, per librarian • 5 librarians from my District working on these during in-service days

  6. What goes into an SGO? (Thank you Arlen Kimmelman)Last page of handout

  7. What goes into an SGO? • Get 21st – Century Approach to School Librarian Evaluation by American Association of School Librarians • Look at Nina Kemps’ notes about developing SGOs using SLMS roles/responsibilities (last page of handout)

  8. NJASL’s Exemplar SGOs • A committee of NJASL volunteers has written “exemplar” SGOs with guidance from the NJ Department of Education • We have revised them and are waiting to hear back from the DOE before we release them to our membership as exemplars- 3 were approved yesterday! • We are collecting SGOs to post on the NJASL website– hoping to have a database of SGOs to help each other

  9. SGOs = Collaboration Opportunity • Use your knowledge of SGOs to offer help and guidance to classroom teachers • Can I help you write your SGO? • How can I support your SGO? • Gather together teachers’ SGOs and use those to send out information and messages about how you can help

  10. On Site, On Demand LibraryLinkNJ Workshop • Nina Kemps and I will come to your district or association meeting (12 or more participants) • 100% of the cost of the workshop is subsidized by LibraryLinkNJ • New Evaluations in NJ: Students, Teachers and School Library Media Specialists • After this workshop, participants will be able to: • Formulate appropriate and effective Student Growth Objectives • Build a range of strategies and techniques to communicate how a School Library Media Specialist should be evaluated   • Explain the New Jersey classroom teacher evaluation process • Take an active role in preparing students for the PARCC assessment • For more information and requirements: • http://librarylinknj.org/ce/onsite/staffdevelopment2014-school-libraries

  11. Michelle’s School’s SLMS Evaluation Process • Clearview Middle School

  12. Resources • NJASL website: http://www.njasl.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1640249 • Current information on School Librarian Evaluation • Database of SGOs- need your submissions • Department of Education website: http://www.state.nj.us/education/AchieveNJ/teacher/objectives.shtml • Information how to formulate SGOs • Forms/Guides • NJEA http://www.njea.org/issues-and-political-action/evaluation • Information on formulating SGOs

  13. Contact Us • Amy Rominiecki- School Library Media Specialist, Seneca High School, Tabernacle, NJ amyrominiecki@juno.com • Michelle Marhefka- School Library Media Specialist, Clearview Middle School, Mullica Hill, NJ marhefkami@clearviewregional.edu http://njasl.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1640249