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Curriculum Integration

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Resources to Use with Teachers


From Melanie Patterson:

Attached are the files and documents I'm going to use in presenting to the faculty.  Many are adapted from documents sent to me from fellow MSLA members. 

Information Literacy and the Curriculum.ppt 

Curriculum Frameworks & Information Literacy.doc

Collaborative Planning Worksheet.doc 

Information Literacy Benchmarks.doc


From Judi Paradis:

I often talk to Children's Literature classes at Lesley University about the role of a school library teacher.   Teachers in the course have told me that this powerpoint helps them understand the role of the library teacher.

School Library TEACHER.ppt


See also Documents and Links


From ALA:

Provides data to support advocacy work. Project pages broken up by age group, and school vs. public library statements. Includes links to quick facts and statistics for each age group, including data compelling to our colleagues. For example, click here for the "quick stats" regarding school libraries and teens.


From AASL:



From NEA:


From SLJ:


  • Data-driven collaboration article from Toni Buzzeo, October 1, 2010, with a data-driven collaboration resource list at the end of the article.



From Joyce Valenza:


  • Among the resources and insights MSLA members have to offer other teachers is our expertise on intellectual property rights. Joyce Valenza's Copyright-Friendly wiki provides a rich set of images and sound to share with teachers and classes for media projects, blogs, wikis, etc.




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