Outline and Introductions


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Outline and Introductions

  • Introductions of Speakers
  • History of I-SAIL
  • What is I-SAIL?
  • Why use I-SAIL?
  • Organization of I-SAIL
  • Technology Standards & I-SAIL
  • Charting the Course
  • Bringing it all together
  • Never Go Sailing Alone
  • Don’t Forget the Students
  • Illinois Standards Aligned Instruction for Libraries
  • HISTORY
  • ALS Focus Group, January 2008
  • Iowa City, February 2008
  • CD/Wiki, August 2008
  • I-SAIL, January 2009

What is I-SAIL?

  • I-SAIL is a set of library standards and benchmarks organized by grade levels that includes lesson plan objectives and selected Illinois and AASL Learning Standards.
  • But why use it?
  • Iowa City
  • ISLMA
  • Illinois has joined the Partnership for 21st Century Skills, so these standards will be changing to reflect new national learning standards
  • AASL
  • The I-SAIL Standards
  • The five I-SAIL standards are repeated as headings throughout.
  • Standards are goals for what students should learn and thus establish what teachers should teach.
  • I-SAIL is organized
  • by grade levels so you can find the information you need more quickly
  • K-2 Early Elementary
  • 3-5 Late Elementary
  • 6-8 Middle School
  • 9-12 High School
  • What do you want your students to be able to do by the time they move on?
  • Benchmarks define a general standard according to a system describing what should be accomplished by the end of grade level intervals.
  • Objectives are
  • statements that describe—in precise, measurable, and obtainable terms—defined and
  • desired learner outcomes.
  • Select state and national standards have been referenced, but don’t forget to look for more!
  • Get your own copies of the Illinois Learning standards on-line at http://www.isbe.net/ as a Word document or as a PDF
  • AASL Standards available at
  • www.ala.org/aasl/standards

Technology Standards & I-SAIL

  • Includes all of the same benchmarks and objectives, but technology related ones are in bold
  • Includes only technology related Illinois Learning Standards
  • Includes only technology related AASL standards
  • Include NETS-S Standards, which are also available for you to use online at:
  • http://www.iste.org/Content/NavigationMenu/NETS/ForStudents/2007Standards/NETS_for_Students_2007_Standards.pdf
  • Will include mandated Internet Safety Curriculum
  • by Fall 2010!

Sample I-SAIL Technology page

Charting the Course

Sample Lesson Plan

  • Class: Ms. Hart, Second Grade, 22 students
  • Time: 20 of 30 minutes
  • Task: Students will be given ten slips of paper that represent books with simple call numbers (Fiction & Nonfiction) and be asked to “shelve” the books in order by arranging the slips correctly on the table in front of them. Students have worked on Dewey before, so only a quick review of skill set is needed.
  • Once students have the slips correctly arranged, they are allowed to choose their book to checkout and sit quietly to read.
  • Grades K-2 - Standard 1:
  • Accesses information efficiently and effectively to inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge…
  • Develops and uses successful strategies for locating information
  • Library Benchmark:
  • Understands the basic organizational pattern of library
  • Objectives:
  • Defines difference between fiction and nonfiction
  • 2. Recognizes call number and begins to understand grouping of materials by call number
  • Illinois State Learning Standards:
  • (English )2.A.1b Classify literary works as fiction or non-fiction
  • (Math) 6.A.1a Identify whole numbers and compare them using the symbols <,> or = and the words “greater than”, “less than” or “equal to” applying counting, grouping and place value concepts
  • AASL Standards
  • 1.1.2 Use prior and background knowledge as context for new learning.
  • (and there’s more…)

Bringing It Together-

  • Standard 1:
  • Accesses information efficiently and effectively to inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge
  • -Develops and uses successful strategies for locating information
  • Library Benchmark:
  • Understands the basic organizational pattern of library
  • Objectives:
  • 1. Defines difference between fiction and nonfiction
  • 2. Recognizes call number and begins to understand grouping of materials by call number
  • Illinois State Learning Standards:
  • 2.A.1b Classify literary works as fiction or non-fiction
  • 6.A.1a Identify whole numbers and compare them using the symbols <,> or = and the words “greater than”, “less than” or “equal to” applying counting, grouping and place value concepts
  • AASL Standards
  • 1.1.2 Use prior and background knowledge as context for new learning. (plus others)

Don’t stop there…

  • Consider adding group tasks and reporting features that enable you to meet even more learning standards
  • Cross-Reference collaborative projects with other curricular area Benchmarks & Objectives to really put the wind in your
  • Sails

Never Go Sailing Alone

  • Report to the teachers and principals how your instruction relates to the Illinois State Learning Standards
  • In the library today, our students:
  • Worked on organizing books by their call numbers
  • This lesson supports the following Illinois Learning Standards:
  • English 2.A.1b & Math 6.A.1a
  • Don’t Forget the
  • STUDENTS

Scope and Sequence- The Curriculum Map

  • Defines who learns skills and when those skills are introduced, practiced, and mastered
  • Can be as general or specific as appropriate
  • Can be aligned with the curriculums of other teachers and the state and national grade level benchmarks and standards
  • Examples on-line

Impact on the Students

  • Impact on the Students
    • Illinois Study
    • School Libraries Work
      • www.scholastic.com/librarypublishing
  • Why should the Administration Care?
    • They are Instructional Leaders
    • Impact on Student Achievement
    • Data-driven Decision Making
      • Accountability For Results- Realities of Data-Driven Decision Making Dr. Sandra Watkins and Donna McCaw
  • Why have a Curriculum
  • Aligned to Standards?

Getting Started

  • Start with the end in mind
  • Use the GEAR method
    • Gather the information
    • Establish Goals
    • Apply the Strategies
    • Reflect
  • Just Do It!
  • On The Horizon…

New Standards

  • New Standards
  • www.21stcenturyskills.org
  • -got to “Tools and Resources”
  • - then “Publications”
  • - click on “See our full list of publications”
  • -at bottom, look for “21st Century Skills Maps”

Additional Resources Available On-line

  • http://isail.wikidot.com

Contact Information

  • Angie Green Becky Robinson
  • Alliance Library System Galesburg High School
  • 600 High Point Lane 1135 West Fremont
  • East Peoria, IL 61611 Galesburg, IL 61401
  • (309) 694-9200 ext. 2108 (309) 343-4146
  • agreen@alliancelibrarysystem.com brobinson@galesburg205.org
  • Christy Semande
  • Canton High School
  • 1001 North Main
  • Canton, IL 61520
  • (309) 647-1820
  • csemande@cantonusd.org


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