Library Media Team

Liberty Public Schools

August/September Meetings Preview

Please find the agenda and other important information/links below. Please continue to share through our Google+ Community (LPS Library Media). Don't forget to share articles through our Diigo Group as well.


Retreat is August 5th and the September meetings are 9/11 (Secondary) and 9/9 (Elementary).

LPS Library Media Team Norms

  • Approach problems with a solution-oriented mentality.

  • Reflect on your own practice (what did and didn’t work) and share ideas that move the group forward.

  • Celebrate the team’s successes.

  • Work as a district program, even while advocating for each student and library.

  • Use active listening when others are speaking; do not interrupt.

  • Include everyone when sharing and collaborating; no side conversations.

Upcoming...Click highlighted text to see agenda!

Library Media Retreat, 8/5, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, LNHS LMC

LMS with New Teachers, 8/6, 10:15 am to 11:15 am, Bldg LMC


September Meeting Agenda (Combined)

Elementary, 9/9, 3:00 pm, SITE TBD

Secondary, 9/11, 7:30 am, LHS LMC


*links are to agendas or sites

Library Media Program Year-Long Goals (see LiveBinder for action plan)


  • Library Media district-level and building-level communication will be distributed quarterly to promote and inform students, parents, community, and staff about the library media program.


  • Support the instructional integration of digital tools with high-quality professional development.
  • Assessment data aligned to the library media curriculum will be used to improve student achievement.

Data Teams!

Summary of K-12 Assessments, May 2014


Data Teams Process Review

  • Chart the data

  • Analyze data and prioritize needs

  • Set, Review and revise incremental SMART GOALS

  • Select common strategies (instructional)

  • Determine Results Indicators


Data Team Roles

  • Data technician
  • Data wall curator
  • Recorder
  • Timekeeper
  • Focus monitor
  • Engaged participant



Effective Instructional Strategies (Hattie and Marzano): Read and Discuss


Professional Journal Articles