TEACHER RESOURCESSCHEDULING CLASSES IN THE LIBRARY
- Choose "Schedule" in the left channel on the library home page.
- Check availability of the days and times you'd like to schedule your class(es) in the library.
- Email your request to email@example.com
- In your email, please share the following:
SCHEDULING THE MAC AIR LAPTOP CARTS
- Will you be using the projector?
- Will you need any resources pulled?
- Will you need Ms. Billet to provide instruction or resources?
STUDY HALL PROCEDURES
- Use this LINK to schedule either of our 2 laptop carts.
- Please fill in your name and the laptop cart number (#110 or #121) on the specific days you will be using it.
- It is your responsibility to pick up the cart and return it to its original location when finished.
Pass Guidelines--One student at a time = Student may come to the library to print out school work, check out a book, etc. and then return to the study hall.--Multiple students at a time = Use either a paper pass for the entire group or an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. **It is essential you send a list of all student names. It is the only way we know that all the students who left your room have arrived in the library. The pass should have the 1) Study hall teacher's name AND 2) First and last names of all students being sent to the library.Library Guidelines for Study Hall Students--While in the library, study hall students will be expected to be working quietly.--Any student who is disruptive to others in the room will be sent back to their study hall.--Students, sent as a group, will remain in the library until the end of the period.
- Check "Schedule" in the left channel of the library home page.
- Check for classes scheduled on the day and period in question.
- No classes scheduled = you may send up to 15 students to the library. (see pass guidelines below)
- One class scheduled = 5 study hall students may be sent (see pass guidelines below)
- Two classes scheduled during a period = 1 study hall student at a time (use clip pass from room)
- Our schedule changes on a daily basis (some teachers will schedule the morning of their visit), so please wait until your study hall time to check the library's availability.
SCASD Video Guidelines (Jan. 2016)
Swank/K-12 Movie Licensing - Permission rights for public performances must be obtained (bus trips, area periods, etc.) The district subscribes to Swank, a public performance licensing company that covers many video producers.
- NoodleTools - How to create a classroom inbox (dropbox) for your students
- Pathfinders - Helps students find resources
- SCASD Copyright Links
- Book Whisperer ("Awakening the Reader in Every Child")
- Newsela -- Provides nonfiction reading through leveled news articles (teacher must apply annually, via the SCASD social media process, to use Google Logins to create accounts)
- NoveList Plus - Reader's advisory site helping children and teens find that next book to read. Passwords required when accessing at home (see password link on the library home page).
- Reading websites
- Searchable Terms - Language Arts (using picture books to teach ELA concepts)
- Searchable Terms - Mathematics (using picture books to teach math concepts)
Last Modified on August 6, 2019