AASL Artifacts

AASL Standards and Artifacts

Standard 1: The Learner and Learning

"Candidates in school librarian preparation programs are effective educators who demonstrate an awareness of learners’ development. Candidates promote cultural competence and respect for inclusiveness. Candidates integrate the National School Library Standards considering learner development, diversity, and differences while fostering a positive learning environment. Candidates impact student learning so that all learners are prepared for college, career, and life."

Artifacts:

LIS 693 Lesson Plan

LIS 654 Inquiry Lesson Remodel

What I Learned:

Impact on Students:

Supporting Resources

Standard 2: Planning for Instruction

Candidates in school librarian preparation programs collaborate with the learning community to strategically plan, deliver, and assess instruction. Candidates design culturally responsive learning experiences using a variety of instructional strategies and assessments that measure ALA/AASL/CAEP School Librarian Preparation Standards (2019) - 9 the impact on student learning. Candidates guide learners to reflect on their learning growth and their ethical use of information. Candidates use data and information to reflect on and revise the effectiveness of their instruction.

Artifacts:

LIS 654 Unit Plan


Standard 3: Knowledge and Application of Content

Candidates in school librarian preparation programs are knowledgeable in literature, digital and information literacies, and current instructional technologies. Candidates use their pedagogical skills to actively engage learners in the critical-thinking and inquiry process. Candidates use a variety of strategies to foster the development of ethical digital citizens and motivated readers.

Artifacts:

LIS 617/618 Book Talk: Transcript / Presentation / Bibliography Handout

Note: this class was taken at Eastern Carolina University as LIBS 6137: Materials for Young Adults

LIS 635 Digital Curation

Standard 4: Organization and Access

Candidates in school librarian preparation programs model, facilitate, and advocate for equitable access to and the ethical use of resources in a variety of formats. Candidates demonstrate their ability to develop, curate, organize, and manage a collection of resources to assert their commitment to the diverse needs and interests of the global society. Candidates make effective use of data and other forms of evidence to evaluate and inform decisions about library policies, resources, and services.

Artifacts:

LIS 653 CAMP Assignment Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3

LIS 693 Goal Project


Standard 5: Leadership, Advocacy and Professional Responsibility

Candidates in school librarian preparation programs are actively engaged in leadership, collaboration, advocacy, and professional networking. Candidates participate in and lead ongoing professional learning. Candidates advocate for effective school libraries to benefit all learners. Candidates conduct themselves according to the ethical principles of the library and information profession.

Artifacts:

LIS 653 Advocacy Plan

LIS 654 Portrait of a Collaborator