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Portfolio Matrix M.Ed.

/Add-On/Initial Certification in School Library Media

Title Student Name: Lauren Fuquea


Portfolio Matrix and Reflections
Semester/Year: Spring 2018
Description
Portfolio Matrix to be completed while candidates are taking MEDT 7487 Practicum

Portfolio Matrix

Program AASL PSC/NCATE Standards Roles of SLMS Reflection Connecting Outcomes,


Outcomes Standards and Artifacts Standards, and Artifacts
1. Candidates 1.1 Knowledge of PSC 1- Facilities and 1. The facilities analysis and remodel design
demonstrate Learners and Learning 1.e Knowledge and Skills Analysis Remodel done for MEDT 6461 Administration of the
content, 3.1 Efficient and Ethical 3.c Help All Students Learn Media Center reflects the SLMS roles of
pedagogical, and Information-Seeking 7.d Integration of Instructional 2. Curriculum Leader, Program Administrator,
professional Behavior Technology Resources Instructional Partner, and Teacher. It
evidences mastery of Outcome 1 as it is
knowledge and 3.4 Research and 7.e Georgia P-12 Curriculum Webpage
informed by research on how to best meet
skills Knowledge Creation the needs of the students and teachers. The
4.4 Advocacy NCATE 3. Student redesigned media center accommodates the
5.1 Collections 1.e Knowledge and Skills Instruction Project need for students to work independently and
5.3 Personnel, Funding, 3.c Help All Students Learn collaboratively as well as the need for
and Facilities 4. Three-Year teachers to have a collaboration space. The
Budget redesign also allows for a more targeted
collection, higher visibility for engaging
5. CIPA Flyer texts, and space for students to show off
their work.
6. MC Policies 2. One page of the website I created for
MEDT 7477 Technology for Media Services
is designed to showcase online curriculum
7. CIP to MARC resources. The page includes apps of the
Records week for teachers and students, links to
reliable research, and other instructional
8. OPAC tools. This highlights the role of SLMS as
Exploration Leader, Instructional Partner, Teacher, and
Information Specialist. It shows a
knowledge of learners and learning as well
as efficient and ethical information-seeking
behavior. It also supports students to learn
in non-traditional ways, which makes
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learning more accessible to all


students. Additionally it easily integrates
technology into instruction and supports the
professional development of faculty.
3. The student instruction project completed
in MEDT 7461 Instructional Design course
reveals in-depth knowledge of the learners
and learning environment at my school. The
project shows analysis of both demographics
and leaner needs before considering how
best to approach a unit on Medieval England
in a senior English class. The student
instruction project takes into consideration
the needs of all students as well as how to
best integrate technology. It highlights the
SLMS roles of Leader, Instructional Partner,
and Teacher.
4. The three-year budget developed during
MEDT 6461 Administration of the Media
Center course reflects the roles of the SLMS
as Program Administrator, Informational
Partner, and Teacher. The creation of the
budget was a painstaking process that
involved the consideration of multiple
factors and multiple revisions. The budget
includes a plan to expand technology,
learning spaces, and test preparation
software available to students and teachers.
It includes individual pricing as well as
written justification of all planned purchases.
It reflects the expectation that the SLMS
spend money ethically with the needs of 21st
skills and knowledge.
5. The CIPA Informational Flyer is designed
to apprise students of their rights and
limitations when accessing the Internet in the
media center. It promotes ethical
information-seeking behavior, advocates for
student rights, and promotes all students
integrating technology into their learning.
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The flyer is brightly colored to appeal to


students and written in student-friendly
language so that all students can benefit
from the information.
6. I drafted media center policies in my
MEDT 7477 Technology for Media Services
course. The policies reflect the role of the
SLMS as Program Administrator and
Teacher. The policies are designed to allow
all students access to an effective and
efficient SLMP. Policies reflect the adopted
policies of the ALA as well as the needs and
demands of the student population.
7. The CIP to MARC records was created
during MEDT 7478 Cataloging and
Automation in order to practice creating
MARC records, a professional skill at SLMS
must have.
8. The OPAC exploration done in MEDT
7478 Cataloging and Automation details
seven online catalogs, including their
aesthetic qualities and content. Exploring
these catalogs reinforced the role of SLMS
as Program Administrator and evidences a
knowledge of collections and efficient
information-seeking behavior.
2. Candidates 1.2 Effective and PSC 1. Student 1. The student instruction project completed
develop, Knowledgeable Teacher 1.f Student Learning Instruction Project in MEDT 7461 Instructional Design reflects
implement, and 1.3 Instructional Partner 3.c Help All Students Learn the SLMS roles of Instructional Partner and
evaluate learning 2.1 Literature 4.a Curriculum and Experiences 2. Student Teacher. Creating the project required
opportunities for 2.2 Reading Promotion 4.d Working with Diverse Contests multiple steps, including exploring the
demographics of my school, identifying
all students 3.2 Access to Information Students in P-12 Schools standards for specific learning targets,
3.3 Information 7.c Children with Special Needs analyzing planned content, and designing a
Technology 7.d Integration of Instructional 3. Professional lesson. The lesson design process is broken
Technology Development down into eight steps that begin with a need
Overview and assessment and ends with an evaluation to
NCATE Year-Long allow for cyclical design. The project
1.f Student Learning Agenda focuses on the multiple levels of needs
within the building, including student
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3.c Help All Students Learn backgrounds, socio-economic status, and


4.a Curriculum and Experiences 4. Current Issue: special education needs.
4.d Working with Diverse Advocating for 2. The student contest page of the website I
Students in P-12 Schools Intellectual designed for MEDT 7477 Technology for
Freedom Media Services provides non-traditional,
student-centered learning opportunities
designed to engage students and encourage
media center traffic. The contests are open to
all students and teachers are encouraged to
contribute ideas that may supplement their
curriculum. The contests highlight the role
of SLMS as Program Administrator and
Teacher as they allow for learning
opportunities within the SLMP.
3. The professional design year-long agenda
required reflecting on how teachers can
access instructional tools that support
differentiating curriculum and giving
student-specific feedback. It highlights the
SLMS roles of Instructional Partner and
Information Specialist as it guides the SLMS
in implementing professional development
that will aid teachers in reaching all
students.
4. The research paper on advocating for
intellectual freedom completed during
MEDT 7478 Cataloging and Automation
analyzes the essence of the 2008 Children's
Internet Protection Act. It highlights the role
of SLMS as Information Specialists and
makes the case for the SLMS teaching
students how to use the Internet
appropriately. The paper allows insight into
helping students learn through integrated
technology.
3. Candidates 1.4 Integration of PSC 1. Mission 1. Crafting the mission statement for my
demonstrate Twenty-First Century 1.g Professional Dispositions Statement for imagined media center required thoughtful
professional Skills and Learning 3.c Help All Students Learn Imagined High consideration of the role of the SLMS and
Standards 7.f Ethical Standards School the SLMP. The mission statement reflects
the role of SMLS as Program Administrator,
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dispositions and 2.4 Literacy Strategies 2. CIPA Flyer Instructional Partner, and Teacher as it
ethics 3.1 Efficient and Ethical NCATE focuses on the needs of the program, the
Information-Seeking 1.g Professional Dispositions 3. Services and needs of teachers, and the needs of students
Behavior 3.c Help All Students Learn Scheduling in the 21st century learning environment.
4.1. Networking with the Webpage
2. The CIPA Informational Flyer is designed
Library Community
to apprise students of their rights and
4.2 Professional 4. Professional limitations when accessing the Internet in the
Development Organizations and media center. It reflects the role of SLMS as
4.3 Leadership Associations Informational Specialist and Teacher as it
5.2 Professional Ethics Research contains legal information and is designed
for students.
5. Three-Year It highlights the ethical use of the Internet in
Budget SLMPs as well as the need to support
students in their quests for knowledge.
6. ITSE Standards
and Advocacy 3. The Services and Scheduling webpage on
the Imagined High School website includes
Toolkit an online scheduling tool as well as an
Exploration Notes explanation of the scheduling process. This
page reflects the role of the SLMS as
7. Professional Program Administrator and Information
Development Specialist as it deals with the policies
Overview and developed for the media center and state
Year-Long laws regarding media center access.
Agenda
4. Research on professional organizations
and associations for SLMS evidences
knowledge of tools for networking and
professional development. It reflects the
SLMS role of Program Administrator,
Leader, and Information Specialist.

5. The three-year budget developed during


MEDT 6461 Administration of the Media
Center course reflects the roles of the SLMS
as Program Administrator, Informational
Partner, and Teacher. The creation of the
budget was a painstaking process that
involved the consideration of multiple
Portfolio Matrix M.Ed./Add-On/Initial Certification in School Library Media

factors and multiple revisions. The budget


includes a plan to expand technology,
learning spaces, and test preparation
software available to students and teachers.
It includes individual pricing as well as
written justification of all planned purchases.
It reflects the expectation that the SLMS
spend money ethically with the needs of 21st
skills and knowledge.
6. Notes made while exploring the
International Society for Technology in
Education reveal an understanding of
SLMS's responsibility to act as an advocate
for his or her media center. These notes
highlight specific steps for effective
advocacy, including developing an elevator
pitch, holding a meeting, and creating a one-
pager. It includes a personal reflection on my
own role as advocate as well as steps to
improve. The research notes reflect the
SLMS role of Leader, Information
Specialist, and Program Administrator.
7. The professional development overview
and year-long agenda I developed during my
MEDT 7461 Instructional Design course
reflect the SLMS role of Leader and
Instructional Partner. The overview includes
a needs assessment, analysis of learners,
specific learning objectives, and planned
incentives. The module is designed to
educate teachers on the International Society
for Technology in Education's standards for
teachers and students.
4. Candidates 1.1 Knowledge of PSC 1. Impact on 1. The impact on student learning matrix
demonstrate Learners and Learning 1.f Student Learning Learning completed in MEDT 7478 Cataloging and
ability to serve 1.2 Effective and 3.c Help All Students Learn Automation covers a lesson taught to high
needs of diverse Knowledgeable Teacher 4.a Curriculum and Experiences 2. Student school students on the Dewey Decimal
populations 2.3 Respect for Diversity 4.d Working with Diverse Instruction Project System. The data gathered and analyzed
includes information from the whole
3.2 Access to Information Students in P-12 Schools group and a subgroup, students identified
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including special 5.4 Strategic Planning and 7.c Children with Special Needs 3. Facilities as gifted and talented. It includes school
needs. Assessment 7.d Integration of Technology Analysis and demographics, standards, pre- and post-
Remodel assessments, an explanation of the
NCATE activities, and an analysis of the learning.
4.a Curriculum and Experiences Though the subgroup analyzed was gifted
and talented, any subgroup could be
4.d Working with Diverse
substituted. The project is aimed to help
Students in P-12 Schools all students learn through knowledge of
their individual characteristics. It shows a
respect for diversity and required
consideration of how students learn best.
2. The student instruction project completed
in MEDT 7461 Instructional Design
evidences knowledge of the diverse needs
of learners and reflects the SLMS roles of
Instructional Partner and
Teacher. Creating the project required
multiple steps, including exploring the
demographics of my school, identifying
standards for specific learning targets,
analyzing planned content, and designing
a lesson. The lesson design process is
broken down into eight steps that begin
with a need assessment and ends with an
evaluation to allow for cyclical design.
The project focuses on the multiple levels
of needs within the building, including
student backgrounds, socio-economic
status, and special education needs.
3. The facilities analysis and remodel design
done for MEDT 6461 Administration of
the Media Center reflects the SLMS roles
of Leader, Program Administrator,
Instructional Partner, and Teacher. It
evidences mastery of Outcome 4 as it is
informed by research on how to best meet
the needs of all students. The redesigned
media center accommodates the need for
students to work independently and
collaboratively and allows for a more
Portfolio Matrix M.Ed./Add-On/Initial Certification in School Library Media

targeted collection with higher visibility


for engaging texts.