The Future Ready Schools® Librarian Self-Reflection ToolName* First Last Preferred email address* Role*Certified LibrarianLibrary Para-professionalLead Librarian or Library AdministratorSelect your State and District StateAlabamaAlaskaAmerican SamoaArizonaArkansasBureau Of Indian EducationCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDepartment Of Defense Education ActivityDistrict Of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaGuamHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaPuerto RicoRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasU.S. Virgin IslandsUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyoming District LiteracyInspires and supports the reading lives of both students and teachersCreates inclusive collections that acknowledge and celebrate diverse experiences and provide instructional opportunities to empower learners as effective users and creators of information and ideas.Share your level of agreement with the following statements on Literacy:*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNot SureAgreeStrongly agreeI cultivate literacy among students and educators by developing comprehensive digital, and print collections.I actively teach students to be creators of information and ideas.I promote a community of readers and a culture of literacy.As you reflect on the last school year, which areas of literacy did you teach/coach? (Choose all that apply): Select All Digital Literacy Information Literacy Financial Literacy Computational Literacy OtherPlease SpecifyCurriculum, Instruction, and AssessmentCurates Digital ResourcesLeads in the selection, integration, organization, and sharing of digital resources and tools to support transformational teaching and learning and develops the digital curation skills of others.Builds Instructional PartnershipsPartners with educators to design and implement evidence-based curricula and assessments that integrate elements of deeper learning, critical thinking, information literacy, digital citizenship, creativity, innovation, and the active use of technology.Empowers Students as CreatorsEncourages and facilitates students to become increasingly self-directed as they create digital products of their learning that engage them in critical thinking, collaboration, and authentic real-world problem solving.Consider the activities you have engaged in related to Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment and share your level of agreement with the following statements:*NeverRarelyOccasionallyFrequentlyVery FrequentlyI have sufficient knowledge and skills to curate digital resources for my school/district library that align with the specific needs and interests of students.I teach curation to students and colleagues as a future ready skill.Reflecting on the last school year, share how often you engaged in the following activities:*Very FrequentlyFrequentlyOccasionallyRarelyNeverI shared digital resources and tools for transformational teaching and learning with teachers and staff in my school/district.I actively partnered with other educators to design and implement curriculum and assessments.I encouraged students to take charge of their own learning through design, creation, and project-based learning.I actively partnered with other educators to integrate critical learning competencies linked to student success (e.g., critical thinking, information literacy, digital citizenship, creativity, etc.).I modeled critical thinking, collaboration, and real-world problem solving with students and other educators.Personalized Professional LearningFacilitates Personalized Professional LearningLeads professional learning to cultivate broader understanding of the skills that comprise success in a digital age (e.g., critical thinking, information literacy, digital citizenship, technology).Share how often you engaged in the following activities related to Personalized Professional Learning during the last school year:*Very FrequentlyFrequentlyOccasionallyRarelyNeverI coached my colleagues on the effective integration of digital tools and resources to support student learning (e.g., curating digital resources, using apps, etc.)I collaborated with other educators to support the professional development of my colleagues.Robust InfrastructureEnsures Equitable Digital AccessProvides and advocates for equitable access to collection tools using digital resources, programming, and services in support of the school district’s strategic vision.Share your level of agreement with the following statements on Robust Infrastructure:*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNot SureAgreeStrongly agreeI actively advocate for students in need to have equitable access and opportunity to use digital resources, programming, and services.I consistently provide digital resources, programming, and services to students and their families.Budget and ResourcesInvests Strategically in Digital ResourcesLeverages an understanding of school and community needs to identify and invest in digital resources such as books and e-books to support student learning.Share your level of agreement with the following statements related to Budget and Resources:*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNot SureAgreeStrongly agreeI continuously reevaluate digital resources based on emerging student and teacher needs.I purchase new and useful resources available in response to the needs of students, teachers, and the community.Community PartnershipsCultivates Community PartnershipsCultivates partnerships within the school and local community (including families and caregivers, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, public and higher education libraries, businesses) to promote engagement and a community of readers.Share your level of agreement with the following statements related to Community Partnerships:*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNot SureAgreeStrongly agreeI regularly work with external partners to enhance library services and instruction.I develop enrichment opportunities to extend student inquiry and learning outside of school.I regularly work with external partners to promote the library program through advocacy (parent advisory team, social media use, etc.).I engage families and community members in promoting literacy and school-to-community partnerships.Data and PrivacyAdvocates for Student PrivacyTeaches and promotes student data and privacy through his or her instruction and role as an educational leader.Share your level of agreement with the following statements related to Data and Privacy:*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNot SureAgreeStrongly agreeI teach my colleagues about data privacy and digital citizenship.I evaluate policies and practices to ensure that student privacy is protected (e.g., student data on library automation access, overdue notices, etc.).Use of Space and TimeDesigns Collaborative SpacesProvides flexible spaces that promote inquiry, creativity, collaboration, and community.Share your level of agreement with the following activities related to Use of Space and Time:*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNot SureAgreeStrongly agreeI provide space and resources for a variety of learning opportunities that promote inquiry, collaboration, and innovation.I provide space and resources to meet specialized learning needs of students and educators.Collaborative LeadershipLeads Beyond the LibraryParticipates in setting the school district’s vision and strategic plan for digital learning and fosters a culture of collaboration and innovation to empower teachers and learners.Share how often you engaged in the following activities related to Collaborative Leadership in the last school year:*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNot SureAgreeStrongly agreeI collaborate with leadership in my school and district to set the vision and strategic plan for student-centered learning.I actively engage other educators in my school/district in creating a culture of empowerment and innovation in my school.