Curriculum: Library Media
Monday, April 14, 2014, 9:41 am
School Library Information and Technology Programs for 21st Century Learning Mission - To ensure that students are effective users and producers of information and ideas
Three Essential Functions of Teacher–Librarians
- Information and Technology Instruction
- Reading Advocacy
- Information Management and Services
NEW RESOURCE: As you think about your goals and tasks for the close of this year and begin to think about the coming year, please consider how your district curriculum for Library-Information Literacy can support implementation of the Montana Content Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy and Mathematics. The new Library-Information Literacy Curriculum Guide correlates these standards, provides grade level essential learning expectations, and performance rubrics. Through the lens of information literacy, the communication, collaboration and critical thinking skills that connect across the standards are clearly defined. Please contact Colet Bartow, Library-Information Literacy Coordinator in the Content Standards and Instruction Division, with any questions about how to use this guide.
For up-to-date information for school libraries and teacher-librarians, please visit the Montana Teacher Librarian Wiki.
How Can the Teacher-Librarian Help with Implementation of
the New Standards
Teacher-Librarians Take the Lead with the Montana Content Standards!
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