Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Two workshops for Media Specialists


The ExC3EL Rubric (ExC3EL = Expectations for Collaboration, Collections, and Connections to Enhance Learning: A Program Evaluation Rubric) explains how 21st Century Library Media Programs should function in Florida's K-12 Schools. This workshop will explain ways to meet the standards in the rubric, as well as give examples of how to document the standards to become a Florida Power Library School.

Trainer: Pat Dedicos, Duval County Public Schools
Thursday, February 24, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon at NEFLIN in Orange Park

Register for ExC3EL at

READS: Florida's K-12 Integrated Library Media Reading Guidelines

READS is Florida's K-12 integrated library media reading guidelines and stands for:
Read (as a personal activity)
Explore (characteristics, history and awards of creative works)
Analyze (structure and aesthetic features of creative works)
Develop (a literary-based product)
Score (reading progress)

Come and meet the new literary partner READS in this session. A brief overview of the document will be presented, describing the reading, literature appreciation, and media literacy responsibilities of our jobs. Creative ideas for curriculum connections and implementation will be included.

Trainer: Nancy Teger, Nova Southeastern University
Thursday, February 24, 1:00 - 4:00 pm at NEFLIN in Orange Park

Register for READS at

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