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Teacher-Librarian Institute for Integration of Research into the K-12 Curriculum  

Librarians partner with a department head from their school to design research-based/intensive assignments, authentic assessments, and evaluative rubrics to build developmental information literacy learning into multiple classes across grade levels.
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      To Do Before the Institute

      Before the Institute, we have three things for you to do. 

      1. Look at the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and AASL Standards for the 21st-Century Learner Crosswalk for your subject(s) and grade(s) and identify 5-8 learning outcomes that you believe should be addressed in the unit or assignment that you plan to work on during the Institute. For example, if you are preparing a research project for a 9th-grade English class, go to the English Language Arts page, and look at Grades 9 & 10. We encourage you to choose AASL standards that are linked to CCSS because the AASL standards are more research-related and also tend to be more specific. Bring your list of 5-8 learning outcomes with you to the Institute on the first day.

      2. Read “A Self-Directed Guide to Designing Courses for Significant Learning” by L. Dee Fink.  Fink’s Integrated Course Design will be the framework for our Institute’s curriculum, so we advise you to familiarize yourself with this model.

      3. Please complete this brief form regarding your experiences with designing and assessing research assignments.  This information will not be shared with other participants, but will be used by the facilitators to evaluate the Institute’s outcomes: http://goo.gl/forms/ZNx534LDvE

          

        Resources

        Common Core Curriculum Standards Initiative

        Teacher Tools (created by and for CCSD Teachers) - resources for planning and writing lesson plans

        Nevada Dept of Education Common Core Standards - Adopted in October 2010; This website offers transition documents, training materials, and updates pertinent to the Nevada CCSS.

        Crosswalk of the Common Core Standards and the Standards for the 21st Century Learner

        UNLV Resources

         

        • RAILS: Rubric Assessment of Information Literacy Skills
          Project RAILS has developed several different rubrics that address various information literacy learning outcomes. Though these rubrics are largely geared toward college-level research, they can be adapted or serve as a starting point for middle or high school assessments.

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