By Pamela S. Bacon
A career's worthy of inventive ideas to difficulties and demanding situations quite often encountered in class libraries, this moment quantity to the best-selling a hundred Library Lifesavers offers one other a hundred ready-to-use lifesavers that can assist you remain on best of your busy time table and make your library glance solid! professional tuition library media professional Pamela S. Bacon once more stocks sensible, field-tested suggestion for almost any job. each one lifesaver features a short description, guidance (helpful feedback) and instruments (ready-to-use templates), in addition to an further characteristic referred to as journeys (Internet links). Grades 6-12.
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That the microphone can pick up. 3. Pan the camera around the room—if students know they could be on screen at any moment, they are usually more attentive. 4. Help the presenter call on students by using names to acknowledge them. 5. Be ready with questions. Know who is asking the next question and have the camera ready. 6. Watch the time. The equipment turns itself off when it is programmed to do so—whether you’ve wrapped up or not! 7. Thank the presenter verbally at program’s end. 8. Act naturally on camera—this modeling helps student relax, too.
4. ” R Discuss the purpose of the program. ). R Have students prepare questions in advance. 5. Test Equipment R Play around with the equipment before the session—you can’t break it! R Set up an interactive test session to ensure equipment is working properly. R Train students to run the equipment. 6. Call for Help! R If you have trouble, call the help desk—that’s what they’re there for. R Call the content provider and ask questions. 7. Follow Up R Fill out the session evaluation. R Be honest—this is how content providers improve.
After reviewing a few of the examples in Lifesaver Tool 13, I think your understanding will be anchored and you’ll be ready to sail into new, perhaps uncharted, waters! Lifesaver Tips • Some standards are easy to observe; others are more difficult. For example, it’s fairly easy to determine if a student is working well in a group and giving input about sources. On the other hand, observing whether a student is “appreciating” a source can be difficult. • In some cases, it can be difficult to determine if a student knows each individual stan- dard.
100 More Library Lifesavers: A Survival Guide for School Library Media Specialists by Pamela S. Bacon