Domain 1: Purposeful Planning (30% of total rubric) Competencies: 1.1 Demonstrating knowledge of literature and current trends in media center practice and information technology (5%) 1.2 Establishing and successfully implementing goals for the school media center program appropriate to the setting and the students served (4%) 1.3 Demonstrating knowledge of resources, both within and beyond the school and district (5%) 1.4 Developing and implementing a plan to evaluate the media center program (4%) 1.5 Establishing a culture for investigation and love of literature (3%) 1.6 Establishing and maintaining media center procedures (2%) 1.7 Organize physical space to enable smooth flow (2%) 1.8 Maintaining and extending the media center collection in accordance with the schools’ needs and within budget limitations (5%)
Domain 2: Effective Instruction (40% of total rubric) Competencies: 2.1 Creating an environment conducive to learning (4%) 2.2 Demonstrate and clearly communicate content knowledge to students (5%) 2.3 Engage students in academic content (5%) 2.4 Check for understanding (4%) 2.5 Modify instruction as needed (5%) 2.6 Maximize instructional time (4%) 2.7 Assisting students in the use of technology in the media center (5%) 2.8 Collaborating with teachers in the design of instructional units and lessons (5%) 2.9 Engaging students in enjoying literature and in learning multiple literacy skills (3%)
Domain 3: Leadership (30% of total rubric) Competencies: 3.1 Contribute to school culture (3%) 3.2 Collaborate with peers (5%) 3.3 Establishing, evaluating, and maintaining media center procedures in regards to staffing, student or parent volunteers (2%) 3.4 Advocate for student success (5%) 3.5 Preparing and submitting reports and budgets (2%) 3.6 Communicating with the larger community (4%) 3.7 Participating in a professional community (4%) 3.8 Seek professional skills and knowledge (5%) *There are no essential competencies in this rubric. Only those competencies for which evidence presents itself during the evaluation process will be scored. If a competency is not scored, it's weight will be proportionally distributed among the other competencies in that domain.