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What Every Principal Should Know

               about Evaluating a School Library Program and a School Librarian


A Resource Specifically for ELDR 5223: Professional Development and Supervision in Education




To help administrators understand the potential of the school library program and the school librarian to impact student achievement

To help administrators view the librarian as an interdisciplinary instructional partner with all classroom teachers and specialists

To show administrators how classroom-library collaboration for instruction is effective job-embedded profession development



To define the difference between cooperation and collaboration

To be able to identify the librarian's roles and the specific contributions a librarian makes in the learning community

To be able to identify the specific features of the librarian's position that support a global view of curriculum and instruction in the school

To define criteria for evaluating a library program and a school librarian


Workshop Agenda - 60-minute Workshop


Workshop Agenda - 90-minute Workshop


American Association of School Librarians:


Standards for the 21st Century Learner


Position Statement on the School Librarian's Role in Reading



Five Roles Librarians Self-Assessment 


For more information, contact:


Judi Moreillon, M.L.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor (Retired)


Becky McKee, formerly from the Dallas Independent School District, co-presented the first workshop.

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