Teacher Librarian Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Teacher Librarian program, students will be able to:
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the role of Teacher Librarian as Instructor.
- Students will demonstrate a capacity to design instruction to meet standards.
- Students demonstrate the use of multiple measures of assessment.
- Students demonstrate the use of multiple instructional techniques for diverse student populations.
Students demonstrate an understanding of 21st Century Literacies.
- Students show capacity to support and promote textual literacy.
- Students demonstrate that they can respond to diverse literacy needs of the school.
- Students demonstrate capacity to provide resources and promote resources to support multiple literacies.
Students demonstrate an understanding of information organization.
- Students demonstrate capacity to instruct and model information literacy skills, and ethical and efficient information use.
- Students understand the principles of managing a collection based on school population.
- Students understand and can implement policies that protect the ethical and legal access to materials for the school community.
Students demonstrate capacity as a program manager.
- Students can plan for a comprehensive library program focused on student learning.
- Students demonstrate the capacity to develop and understand polices that support the legal and ethical codes of the profession.
- Students demonstrate a capacity to manage a budget.
- Students demonstrate the capability of training and managing staff and volunteers.
Students demonstrate an understanding of the Teacher Librarian as a staff leader.
- Students understand the role of teacher librarian in staff development and professional development.
Students demonstrate a willingness to engage in advocacy.
- Students use research and educational policy to advocate for the library to a variety of audiences.