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  5. page Scheduling edited ... Charlotte Nance noted that in a large highschool, each teacher was offered 5 days for research…
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    Charlotte Nance noted that in a large highschool, each teacher was offered 5 days for research, but could book more than that provided there were available times.
    Colette D. Eason noted that she uses a biweekly schedule - A/B weeks. She sees PreK-2nd grade classes one week and 3-5 the next week.
    References and Further Readings
    Asselin, M., Branch, J. L., & Oberg, D. (Eds.). (2003). Achieving information literacy: Standards for school library programs in Canada (Monograph). Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Canadian School Library Association: Association for Teacher-Librarianship in Canada.
    Harris, C. (2007). An administrators’ guide to school libraries (Monograph). Retrieved from http://caslworkshops.pbworks.com/browse/#view=ViewAllFiles
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  6. page Scheduling edited ... lack of collaboration with teachers. Mixed scheduling ... a fixed check out check-out …
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    lack of collaboration with teachers.
    Mixed scheduling
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    a fixed check outcheck-out time was
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    would take their children to
    Scheduling Tips and Tools
    Equipment Scheduling
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    Scheduling of the library/librarian
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    LM Net (unnamed)(unnamed - see link) stated:
    "We do not recommend using a sign up sheet (flex access for instruction) as it
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    Are enrichment activities available throughout the day in your library media center?
    A search through the LM Net archives will provide many different examples of how to schedule a library based on different circumstances and school community needs. Here are but a couple of examples of scheduling provided by teacher-librarians as a result of a query on LM Net in February of 2010:
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    teacher was assignedoffered 5 days
    Colette D. Eason noted that she uses a biweekly schedule - A/B weeks. She sees PreK-2nd grade classes one week and 3-5 the next week.
    References
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  7. page Scheduling edited ... Schedule types: fixed, flexible, and mixed Definitions: Fixed Flexible scheduling: In a …
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    Schedule types: fixed, flexible, and mixed
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    FixedFlexible scheduling: In a fixed schedule, classes come to the library as part of a regular special class rotation. While this has benefits - the librarian sees every student regularly - the instruction can be less effective as collaboration during a fixed schedule is a challenge (Harris, 2007)
    Flexible scheduling: Considered
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    an active marketer.marketer."
    http://www.ala.org/aasl/resources/flexible.html (Harris, 2007)
    Fixed scheduling: "In a fixed schedule, classes come to the library as part of a regular special class rotation. While this has benefits - the librarian sees every student regularly - the instruction can be less effective as collaboration during a fixed schedule is a challenge." (Harris, 2007)
    Mixed scheduling: some combination of fixed and flexible.
    Pros and cons
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    Teacher-Librarian should fulfill: 1) Collaboration through cooperative planning and teaching with staff; 2) Meeting regularly with administration and offering in-service and professional development for staff; 3) Serving on school advisory and curriclum committees; and, 4) Implementing Teacher-Librarian role as Instructional Leader. Further discussion and detailed leadership roles can be found on the Leadership page.
    8. Every librarian should have a policies handbook that outlines all the important aspects of the school library program. Here is a concise article that clearly outlines all the important documents that every TL should develop to smoothly manage the library program:
    Essential documents for school libraries.pdf
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  9. page home edited ... (including scheduling - fixed, flex and mixed) The focus of this wiki is to provide a startin…
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    The focus of this wiki is to provide a starting point for a new teacher-librarian. Included is:
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    Managing the MediaSchool Library/Media Center Program
    A list and description of 7-10 resources that would be useful to read, view, listen, etc
    A list of 10 things that a brand new TL needs to know about the topic.
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