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Author Harada, Violet H.

Title Assessing learning : librarians and teachers as partners / Violet H. Harada and Joan M. Yoshina.

Published Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited, 2005.

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Physical description xix, 149 pages : illustrations
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter 1 Assessment in Today's School 1 -- What Is Assessment? 1 -- What's Happening with Assessment in Our Schools? 1 -- How Does No Child Left Behind Impact Assessment? 3 -- Do Effective Library Media Programs Make a Difference? 4 -- What Is the Library Media Specialist's Role? 5 -- Chapter 2 Assessment in the Library Media Center 10 -- What Do We Assess? 10 -- How Do We Assess for Learning? 13 -- What Are the Necessary First Steps? 14 -- Chapter 3 Tools for Assessment: Checklists, Rubrics, and Rating Scales 19 -- Checklists 19 -- Rubrics 21 -- Rating Scales 27 -- Chapter 4 Tools for Assessments: Conferences, Logs, and Personal Correspondence 31 -- Conferences 31 -- Logs 35 -- Personal Correspondence 44 -- Chapter 5 Tools for Assessment: Graphic Organizers 49 -- What Are Graphic Organizers? 49 -- Concept Maps 50 -- Webs 56 -- K-W-L Charts 59 -- Matrices 63 -- Chapter 6 Beginning with the End in Mind: Elementary Grade Example 68 -- Outcome-Based Approach 68 -- Summary of Project 69 -- Sample Lessons 70 -- Chapter 7 Beginning with the End in Mind: Middle School Example 81 -- Summary of Project 81 -- Sample Lessons 82 -- Chapter 8 Beginning with the End in Mind: High School Example 92 -- Summary of Project 93 -- Sample Lessons 93 -- Chapter 9 Student Portfolios 106 -- What Is a Portfolio? 106 -- What Is an Electronic Portfolio? 106 -- How Do Portfolios Differ from Other Assessment Tools? 107 -- Why Use Portfolios? 108 -- Who Are the Audiences for Portfolios? 109 -- How Might the Library Media Specialist Use Portfolios? 110 -- What Might a Process Folio Include? 110 -- Additional Readings on E-Portfolios 124 -- Chapter 10 Communicating Evidence of Learning 125 -- How Can Assessment Data Be Used to Support School-Wide Goals? 126 -- Why Is It Important to Communicate Results? 126 -- Communicating with Teachers 127 -- Communicating with Principals and School Councils 131 -- Communicating with the Larger Community 137.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Other author Yoshina, Joan M.
ProQuest (Firm)
Subject School libraries -- United States -- Evaluation.
Instructional materials centers -- United States -- Evaluation.
School librarian participation in curriculum planning -- United States.
Electronic books.
ISBN 1591582008 paperback alkaline paper