Tanner Williams Library Media Center
Rounding Up Great Resources at Tanner Williams Elementary
Library Media Program Mission
The library media program will enable individuals to become information literate and effective lifelong readers. The program provides educational and technological opportunities to students and staff in keeping with their needs and abilities. The program enables individuals to access, analyze, assimilate, and use information effectively. Collaborative planning between library media specialists and teachers is essential to ensure that the library media program is fully integrated into each school's instructional program. Media specialists take the lead in the use of technology by maintaining the expertise necessary to evaluate, select, manage and use emerging technologies and by facilitating their full integration into the curriculum. Our library program supports and enriches Project Based Learning.
The media center at Tanner Williams Elementary is focused on developing life-long learners. Students are taught integrated lessons to incorporate classroom content with library and research skills and technology. Common Core Standards are embedded in library lessons, projects, and activities.
Our third through fifth graders are using Code.org to learn more about computer programing. Our kindergarten through second graders are using Scratch, Jr.
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