FRL/Instructional Model
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

View only
 
ABCDEFGHIJK
1
2
Alignment to Instructional Model
3
Dynamic and Compelling CurriculumMedia Specialists provide multiple areas for different types of learners and learning that take place in the library media center.Media Specialists collaborate with teachers and district colleagues to design and implement Units of Study across the curriculum. Media Specialists continuously revisit Units of Study and partner with teachers to tie in Media Standards. Media Specialists develop teacher and student capacity on use of digital tools. There is an emphasis on transfer and application of knowledge using digital tools to showcase learning.Media Specialists work with teachers at the building and district level on curating relevant digital resources to support Noblesville Schools Units of Study. Media Specialists model instructional tools for students and teachers in the library and in classrooms.Media Specialists promote the use of digital collaboration tools for teachers and administrators to have ability to revise and revisit units of study at any time from anywhere.As Units of Study are drafted and revised, Media Specialists purchase text and digital resources to support the curriculum. Media Specialists also weigh in on digital resources purchased at the district level. Media Specialists work with staff to bring community experts to enrich the curriculum. Media Specialists partner with the public library to bring the rich text and digital resources to students and staff at each building.Media Specialists advocates for COPPA compliance when working with teachers to select digital tools for learning.Media Specialists assist in leading professional development in the school. As a part of multiple district committees, there is an opportunity to support leading the school in the district's vision and plan.
4
Purposeful Assessment and ReflectionMedia Specialists analyze the space in the media center with other district media specialists and shares ideas. Stays current with national trends through digital resources, print material and conferences. Media Specialists meet with teachers after units and lessons have been taught to reflect on student learning (and see how it matches up to the vision). Works with teachers to work with data and look at ways to reflect, plan and drive instruction with data.Media Specialists ask guiding questions as students build their knowledge. Reflects with class, small groups and individuals about their work and if it is leading them to meet the lesson's goal.Media Specialists advocate for tools like Seesaw and Canvas, which allow students to share, reflect, and learn from other students and teachers.Media Specialists meet with teachers to discuss, lead, and model conversations about digital citizenship and how digital tools can enhance critical thinking for students through reflection.Media Specialists partner with classroom and related arts teachers to personalize learning experiences through technology. Introduces teachers to emerging technologies that capture formative and summative assessments.Media Specialists are aware of the resources that are paid for and examines the purpose of the resource while comparing how it supports student learning.Media Specialists advocate for community partnerships with our local library and reflect on how this partnership impacts and improves learning opportunities for our school community. Media Specialists promote the use of digital formative assessment tools that provide instantaneous anonymous feedback when appropriate.Media Specialists dig into purpose and intentionality by asking supportive yet challenging questions about district and schoolwide visions when considering technology tools for learning.
5
Meaningful Learning ExperiencesLibrary Media Center spaces are designed to accommodate the learning experiences of all staff and students. Media Specialists are reflective in the design and use of the space and work to align the space with current learning practices.Media Specialists meet regularly with teachers to collaborate on units to create meaningful learning experiences that promote critical thinking and real world problem solving. Once students have background knowledge (the what), Media Specialists facilitate opportunities for students to apply what they have learned (the why and how) in various settings and collaborative groups.Media Specialists work as a team and with the district to curate materials and then to individualize for school needs. It is a continuous work to develop an understanding of the role of multiple stakeholders as curators of resources. Media Specialist works collaboratively with school leaders to integrate digital tools during staff meetings and other professional development opportunities.Media Specialists design and create digital learning opportunities beyond school hours to reach all learners and their families. Connects classrooms to local and global experts through virtual conferencing tools.Media Specialists have an in depth understanding of curriculum across the grade levels and needs of the school community. This knowledge gives Media Specialists the ability to analyze how resource investments can benefit learning experiences.Media Specialists constantly seek out opportunities for the staff to utilize the school and local community partners. Media Specialists meet regularly to share community resources that will provide authentic learning for the staff and students.Media Specialists promote sound digital citizenship habits and practices among students when sharing work online either through social media and/or digital collaboration tools.Media Specialists work diligently to align school vision, district vision, teacher needs and student needs to engage and inspire our educational community.
6
Learning Centered CultureMedia Specialists plan lessons and units with teachers that focus on the student to be an active learner - promoting critical thinking, problem solving and emulating real world situations. To this end, the Media Specialist has created flexible spaces in the library to allow this work to be done. Media Specialists attend planning sessions with grade level (groups) to develop units and lessons that are based on the instructional model. Meets with individual teachers to analyze and reflect on learning and assessments.Media Specialists support an inquiry stance and lead or support various inquiry approaches to learning. Socratic seminar, genius hour, Project Lead the Way, and questioning are several examples of leading with inquiry.Media Specialists utilize and model digital and print tools that give students opportunities for self-directed learning.Media Specialists are a conduit for district wide policies, procedures, and vision for digital learning. Informs teachers of learning opportunities in the district and online. Encourages attendance at local digital learning professional development. Develops and implements right-on time professional development for school, grade levels and individual teachers.Media Specialists work as a liaison between staff and tech department to support the needs of the building in order to enable equitable access for learning opportunities. Develops a robust collection of online resources and materials with diverse voices and needs in mind. Ex: translation software, assistive technologies such as screen readers.Media Specialists considers all stakeholders when purchasing books, materials, or supplies for the library media center. Media Specialists are working to develop spaces that promote inquiry learning, genius hour, service-based learning, compassionate makerspaces and igniting passions through learning opportunities that can extend beyond the walls of the school.Media Specialists analyze resources and student curation methods to promote data privacy while encouraging students to be the ones to guide and collect knowledge and resources.Media Specialists participate on school and district committees that are involved in creating the learning culture - MS are cognizant of the district's views on digital, collaborative and innovative learning, encouraging staff to empower the learner.
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Loading...