Collaboration Handbook

ISBN-10: 1586832980
ISBN-13: 9781586832988
Edition: 2008
Authors: Toni Buzzeo
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List price: $40.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 10/15/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 125
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

Author and illustrator Michael Garland was born in Manhattan in 1952. He studied art at Pratt Institute and soon after graduating, he sold his first illustration to True Confessions magazine. He has written or illustrated over 40 books.Toni Buzzeo lives in Buxton, Maine.Amy Wummer lives in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Table of Figures
About the Author
Speaking Engagements
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Collaborative Practice
Content
Structure
Notes
Levels of Instructional Partnership
The Instructional Partnership Continuum: Beginning with Cooperation
The Instructional Partnership Continuum
The Taxonomy
The Library Media Specialist's Taxonomy
Instructional Partnership on the Taxonomy
Cooperation Defined
Examples of Cooperation Initiated by Teachers of Administrators
Examples of Cooperation Initiated by the Library Media Specialist
Benefits of Cooperation
Benefits to Teachers
Benefits to the Library Media Specialist
Benefits to Administrators
Benefits to Students
Support for Cooperation
Determining the Appropriate Level of Partnership
A Radical Alternative
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists and Administrators
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
The Instructional Partnership Continuum: Moving from Cooperation to Coordination
Coordination Defined
Examples of Planned Coordination Initiated by Teachers
Examples of Planned Coordination Initiated by the Library Media Specialist
Moving Forward: Cooperation Becomes Coordination
Online Database for American History
Online Database for Art Project
Author References Sources for Elementary Author Study
Streaming Video for Middle School Science
Coordination at Higher Levels
Benefits of Coordination
Benefits to Teachers
Benefits to the Library Media Specialist
Benefits to Administrators
Benefits to Students
Support for Coordination
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
The Instructional Partnership Continuum: Moving from Coordination to Collaboration
Collaboration Defined
Examples of Collaboration Initiated by Teachers
Examples of Collaboration Initiated by the Library Media Specialist
Moving Forward: Coordination Becomes Collaboration
Freshman Orientation Deluxe
State Research with a Technology Twist
Visual Literacy through Kindergarten Habitat Study
Reader's Theater in Middle School Drama Class
Collaboration at Higher Levels
Benefits to Collaboration
Benefits to Teachers
Benefits to the Library Media Specialist
Benefits to Administrators
Benefits to Students
Support for Collaboration
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
The Instructional Partnership Continuum: Moving from Collaboration to Data-Driven Collaboration
Data-Driven Collaboration Defined
Examples of Student Deficits Revealed by Test Data
Examples of Data-Driven Collaboration to Address Deficits
Moving Forward: Collaboration becomes Data-Driven Collaboration
A Book Club to Address Reading Deficits
Data-Driven Collaboration from Kindergarten through High School
Benefits of Data-Driven Collaboration
Benefits to Teachers
Benefits to the Library Media Specialist
Benefits to Administrators
Benefits to Students
Support for Data-Driven Collaboration
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
Recording and Assessing the Work
Unit Planning Templates
Importance of Templates
Elements and Options for Inclusion
A Variety of Styles
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
Assessment
The Role of Assessment in Collaboration
Formative and Summative Assessment
Formative Assessment
Summative Assessment
Choices in Assessment Tools and Collaborative Assessment with Teaching Partners
What to Access
How to Assess
Additional Forms of Assessment
Student Reflection
Trails (Tool for Read-time Assessment of Information Literacy Skills)
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
Overcoming Roadblocks and Advocacy
Roadblocks to Collaboration
Categories of Roadblocks
Administrative Support
Time/Scheduling
School Culture
Federal Mandates and Testing
Methods to Overcome Roadblocks
Administrative Support
Time/Scheduling
School Culture
Federal Mandates and Testing
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
Advocacy for Collaboration
The Library Media Specialist's Role in Advocacy
Advocacy with Administrators
Building-level
Inform
Engage
Support
Enlist
Lead
District-level
Inform
Engage
Enlist
Advocacy with Teachers
Inform
Engage
Support
Enlist
Lead
The Administrative Role in Advocacy
Advocacy with Other Administrators
Inform
Engage
Support
Enlist
Lead
Advocacy with Teachers
Inform
Engage
Support
Enlist
Lead
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
New Frontiers
Evidence of Student Achievement
Student Achievement Studies
Results of the Studies
Collaboration-Driven Achievement
Data-Driven Collaboration
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
Integrating New Technologies
Web 2.0
The Role of Library Media Specialist/Teacher Collaboration
The Role of Administrators
Cooperation
Cooperation Employing a Web 1.0 Web Site Emulating a Web 2.0 Blog
Cooperation Employing a Web 2.0 Wiki
Coordination
Coordination Employing Web 2.0 Wikis
Coordination Employing Web 2.0 Podcasting
Collaboration
Collaboration Employing a Web 2.0 Blog
Collaboration with Grant Funding for Web 2.0 and More
Overcoming Resistance
Putting It to Work
Tools for Library Media Specialists
Tools for Administrators
Resources
Index

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