Putting Evidence to Work in Your Library • Types of Evidence
Activity: Reflecting on Past Evidence Collected

In this lesson, DiScala discusses three types of evidence that can help you strengthen your library program. By looking back on data that you've already collected in your practice, you can start to identify additional areas you want to intentionally investigate in the future. Use the resource below to complete the reflection activity.

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REFLECT & PRACTICE:

Use page 3 of the Planning Template to reflect on the evidence you have collected before, both outside and inside your library. Perhaps you have had to report statistics to your principal or your district about circulation or services? Have you ever looked at the results of a lesson and realized that you needed to change your instructional approach? School librarians look at and collect evidence casually all the time. What are some of the ways you've already done this in your program?

MLA Citation "Putting Evidence to Work in Your Library: Reflecting on Past Evidence Collected." School Library Connection, January 2019, schoollibraryconnection.com/Home/Display/2186023?learningModuleId=2186016&childId=2186128&tab=1&topicCenterId=1955261.

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