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Friday, May 5 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Harnessing the Power of the SLMPE Rubric

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New York State Education Department, the Northeast Comprehensive Center, and a K-12 school library media specialist have partnered to present on the SLMPE Rubric. New York State Education Department in partnership with the Northeast Comprehensive Center will provide an overview on the SLMPE Rubric and how it can be used. Following this part of the presentation, a New York State K-12 school library media specialist will share her experience using the SLMPE rubric to guide conversations with school administrators and to advocate for students and the school library program. Furthermore, she will share how the SLMPE rubric has produced a series of positive outcomes in enhancing school library programs across the state.
New York State Education Department and the Northeast Comprehensive will end the presentation by sharing a resource, the SLMPE Rubric Web Pages, that was developed to support school librarians and administrators in their use of the SLMPE Rubric. Participants will learn about the history of the web pages, how members of NYLA/SSL contributed to the updating of the web pages, and how to use the web pages. The presentation will not only be informative, but participants will be provided an opportunity to consider how the SLMPE Rubric and web pages can be used to enhance their school library program

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Kerrie Burch

Library Media Specialist, Fort Edward UFSD
I am the K-12 Library Media Specialist at Fort Edward UFSD in Fort Edward, NY. I'll be presenting a session titled "Harnessing the Power of the SLMPE Rubric" at the conference this year. Check out this video to see what you can expect at this very informative session: https://y... Read More →


Friday May 5, 2017 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Roosevelt B

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