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AASL National Standards For School Libraries

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National School Library Standards. AASL Standards - Standards Structure (Video) AASL Standards Framework for Learners (pamphlet) AASL Learner Framework. District-Wide Approach. AASL Shared Foundation Infographics (PDFs) Evaluation Checklist. AASL/Future Ready Crosswalk. AASL/ISTE Crosswalk. AASL/NGSS Crosswalk. AASL/Google CS Crosswalk. Best Digital Tools for Teaching & Learning. Developing Inclusive Learners and Citizens. To aid school librarians in nurturing inclusive learning communities, AASL tasked a 2019 ALA Emerging Leaders team with developing a guide of reflection activities and resources based on the Include Shared Foundation in the National School Library Standards.

Developing Inclusive Learners and Citizens

The Developing Inclusive Learners and Citizens Activity Guide uses scenarios, activities, and resources to help learners and school librarians alike seek balanced perspectives, global learning, empathy, tolerance, and equity to support inclusive environments within and beyond the four walls of the school library. An infographic and applied framework further support application of these materials in professional development and instructional settings. This guide is a great example to any practitioner of how the AASL Standards can be used as a lens to address ANY school library issue! Resource Guide | Applied Framework | Infographic. LGBTQ Resource Guide.

Something Familiar and Something New: Unpacking the Standards. Drs.

Something Familiar and Something New: Unpacking the Standards

Elizabeth Burns and Marcia Mardis discuss the new standards. Did you get your copy of the new standards yet? I must tell you that I am officially excited about them. While I was at the conference, I attended the “AASL ESLS Research Symposium.” The purpose of the symposium was to get an overview of the standards and how they apply to research in school librarianship. Here are some of my takeaways from the session that I will keep in mind as I review my materials. The standards are written to reflect both formal and informal learning environments.Three approaches are addressed with applicable domains and competencies. Here are some additional features that I liked about the standards: Here are a few ways that you can get familiar with the new standards and the resources included in them.

Host a “standards unpacking” day in your school district. Title: Social Networking with Students and Parents: It’s Safer Than You Think Title: Flipping Instruction for Struggling Students Like this: AASL How to Read the Standards (One-Pager) Web Banners - National School Library Standards. Presentation Templates - National School Library Standards. Explainer Videos. AASL YouTube Channel. National School Library Standards Card Game. To help explore the AASL Standards and facilitate professional conversation, AASL has created a deck of cards that can be used by school librarians as a professional development tool.

National School Library Standards Card Game

This game was designed to aid in conceptualizing the standards, developing implementation strategies, considering differing approaches with stakeholders, and promoting conversation among practitioners. The deck is split into five sections. Basic game play instructions are provided, with ideas for alternate playing rules. As you get familiar with the game and with the AASL Standards, feel free to get creative and create new rules and new learner or stakeholder personas to meet the needs of your community.

Possible ways to use the game include but are not limited to: Affiliate state workshopsDistrict In-Service DaysEducator-Team BrainstormingLibrary Science CoursesPersonal Self Reflection. It All Fits Together: The New National Standards for Learners, School Librarians, and School Libraries (Webinar) Marcia A.

It All Fits Together: The New National Standards for Learners, School Librarians, and School Libraries (Webinar)

Mardis is associate professor and assistant dean, Interdisciplinary Research and Education, in the College of Communication and Information at Florida State University (FSU) in Tallahassee. A longtime member of AASL, Marcia is chair of the Standards and Guidelines Editorial Board. Among her recent honors were receiving the 2016 FSU College of Communication and Information’s Leadership Builder Award, a 2016 Michigan Association for Media in Education President’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Profession, and several research and teaching awards from FSU. Mary Keeling is district supervisor of library media services for Newport News (VA) Public Schools where she has led development and implementation of a district-wide inquiry process model.

She chairs the AASL Standards and Guidelines Implementation Task Force. Print Templates - National School Library Standards. AASL Message Boxes. Learners Interpret the Shared Foundations - National School Library Standards (Videos) Common Beliefs - National School Library Standards. AASL Persona Profiles (PDF) National School Library Standards.