Librarians as Learning Specialists: Meeting the Learning Imperative for the 21st Century

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Index
Abilock, Debbie, 89–90
Accountability: assessment systems, 76; collaboration and internal, 31–32; improvement discipline and internal, 23–24; instructional practices, 8; mission and internal, 1; mistakes by learning specialists, 34; results and collective, 29; student evaluation, 75; summative assessment, 76–77; teacher isolationism, 58
Achievement: communication of, 73–74; motivation and assessment, 74. See also Student achievement
Achievement gap, 7, 57; teacher beliefs, 48–49
Adaptability, 34
Administrators: continuous improvement role, 24; instructional design creativity, 57–58; learning specialist authority, 31; learning specialists, 24; media center mission statement development, 14–16; school culture, 27, 29; school reform, 7–8; support for collaboration, 65
Aesthetic growth, 88–89
AIME. See Association for Indiana Media Educators (AIME)
American Association of School Librarians (AASL), 86, 107
American Psychological Association, 21
Anderson, Mary Alice, 108
Assessment: challenges in, 80–83; curriculum design and learning, 104; design and measurement, 82–83; learning specialist design role, 84–85; library evidence-based practice, 12; measurement, 82–83; media type evaluation, 108–9; principles, 74–75; significance of, 73–74; student performance evaluation, 83; system types in robust, 75–80
Association for Indiana Media Educators (AIME), 12–13
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 20
Bain, Ken, 81
Barrett, Joanne, 110
Barth, Roland, 30
Bean, Rita M., 26
Berger, Pam, 108, 110, 112
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, 5
Bishop, Kay, 104
Bishop’s School, California, 111
Blogs, 91
Bransford, John, 48, 52, 53–54, 75, 77, 82
Brown, Ann, 48
Bruner, Cornelia, 89
Budgets, 11
Burney, Deanna, 9, 10, 57
Business needs, 6
Business of schools, 2
Business practices: learning specialist teamwork, 42; of library media center, 40–41
Callison, Daniel, 61, 87, 110
Cavanaugh, Terrence, 111
Challenges, 7–10
Child learning ability, 48–49
Church, Audrey, 108–9
Classroom: formative assessment, 77; innovation, 16; library media center and, 37, 41; student engagement, 51; walk-throughs, 57

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