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Media Specialist Effectiveness System

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Susan Grigsby

on 29 July 2016

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Transcript of Media Specialist Effectiveness System

Modeled after the TKES Instrument
Primary purpose
: to optimize student learning & growth, improve the quality of classroom instruction, and support the continuous growth of teachers.
Multiple observations (TAPS)
Student feedback (surveys)
Prior student achievement gains (Student Growth)

Georgia Consortium Formed
TKES didn't address job-specific functions
Higher ed, K-12 collaboration
DOE approval implied
Guidance Counselors
Gwinnett County pilot program
Performance Standard 1: Instructional Leadership
The media specialist fosters the success of all students by serving on decision-making teams in the school, providing professional development, and contributing to a shared vision of teaching and learning that leads to school improvement.
Performance Standard 2: Instructional Partnership
The media specialist collaboratively plans instruction and develops the media program using state and district curricula and standards, instructional calendars, effective strategies, resources, and data to support teachers and address the differentiated needs of all students.
Performance Standard 3:
Role of Reading
The media specialist promotes reading as a foundational skill for learning, personal growth, and enjoyment.
Performance Standard 4: Information and Technology Literacy
The media specialist plans and provides instruction that addresses multiple literacies, including information literacy, media literacy, and technological/digital literacy.
Performance Standard 5:
Effective Practices for Research
The media specialist teaches and models developmentally appropriate best practices for learning and research.
Evaluating Experience
Media Keys Effectiveness System
Performance Standard 6:
Program Planning & Administration
The media specialist develops and implements a strategic plan and vision for continuous improvement of the media program and to support the learning goals of the school community.
Performance Standard 7:
Positive Learning Environment
The media specialist provides a well-managed, safe, and welcoming environment that includes flexible and equitable access to physical and virtual resources, is conducive to learning, and encourages respect for all.
Performance Standard 8:
Collection Development
The media specialist supports the curriculum through selection and management of resources that meet the needs and interests of patrons.
Performance Standard 9:
The media specialist fosters the success of students by demonstrating professional standards and ethics, engaging in continuous professional development, and contributing to the profession.
Performance Standard 10:
The media specialist fosters the success of students by communicating and collaborating effectively with stakeholders in ways that enhance student learning.
Develop shared vision with school leaders
Information specialist
Lead/collaborate with school media committee
Provide professional development
clear, logical, sequential, integrated plans
alignment to standards
connected information literacy
assessment for student understanding
resources support curriculum
collection development
resources in multiple formats
independent reading valued, encouraged, promoted
booktalks, displays, read-alouds, author visits
model reading strategies
guides to appropriate formats

uses data to drive instruction
models/integrates technology
promotes critical thinking
digital citizenship
differentiated instruction
models inquiry-based approach to learning
designs tasks/aids for information collection
collaborates w/teachers on research topics/lessons
scaffolds research process for students
application, analysis, evaluation, creativity
ongoing evaluation for improvement
manages funding
seeks additional funding
warm, attractive, inviting, supportive
rapport with students
space design accommodates learning outcomes
resource allocation
climate of respect
use of data to evaluate/develop collection
resource allocation
regular weeding
stays current on trends
participates in educational conferences
maintains professional demeanor
Code of Ethics, Laws, Board Policies
webpage, newsletters, emails
Program advocacy
community partnerships
of media program impact
successful integration
impact on student learning
improved practice
increased visibility
quality programs
winning outcomes
teacher/student input on collection
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