Collaboration

by bethmonika
Last updated 6 years ago

Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Journalism
Grade:
7,8,9,10,11

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Collaboration

Students

Collaboration Between the SLMS and...

Authors and Illustrators

-Attend staff meetings-Provide professional development workshops-Review curriculum and possible areas the SLMS could enhance lessons-Demonstrate instructional leadership

-Display reading level appropriate books-Pair fiction books with non-fiction narratives-Create lessons that adhere to Common Core State Standards-Support curriculum themes in lessons and book selections-Provide booklists-Student volunteers in the library

-Provide a newsletter containing recent acquisitions to the library and possible collaborative programs-Keep in touch via e-mail about possible collaborations-Attend curriculum development meetings-Provide professional development workshops

Administrators

Teachers

Public Library

-Assignment alerts-Book collections/kits to support lessons-Lunchtime book clubs-Community reading projects-Visits to schools

Invite authors and illustrators to visit the school and talk to the children about the writing and illustrating processes and to encourage them to read!!!!!

Parents

-Communicate through library website/blog-Parent volunteers in the library-Every Child Ready to Read program-Community experts speak at school-Advocate for the SLMC

Works citedMoreillon, Judi. "Building Collaborative Relationships with Parents and Community." School Library Monthly April 2015: 25-26. Print.Abilock, Debbie. "Put Yourself in your Administrator's Shoes."Knowledge Quest Nov/Dec 2003: 6-9. Print."School/public Library Cooperative Programs." School/public Library Cooperative Programs. Association for Library Service to Children. Web. 23 Sept. 2015.


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