1. DESCRIPTION OF SCHOOL LEVEL DELIVERY MODEL
A Teacher-Librarian collaborates with all school staff and:
a) promotes the role of the Teacher-Librarian and the Library Learning Commons as integral components in the development of
b) facilitates collaborative engagement to cultivate and empower a community of learners;
c) uses collaborative instructional design to co-plan, teach and evaluate learning opportunities to support student growth
d) provides opportunities for students to develop competencies that support them in becoming information and digitally literate
e) fosters exploration of various literacies to empower lifelong readers through the Library Learning Commons collection
f) designs learning environments to support participatory learning including equitable access to the print and digital Library
Learning Commons collection;
g) establishes and implements procedures for the evaluation and selection of library resources with the goal of developing a
curated collection that is current, comprehensive, and reflective of the principles of equity, diversity and inclusion;
h) plans and administers Library Learning Commons budgets;
i) plans for the effective use of clerical staff (if allocated).
2. MINIMUM ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE
a) a Bachelor of Education Degree or equivalent;
b) valid B.C. Teaching Certificate;
c) 5 senior level (300 or higher) Teacher-Librarian courses;
d) a minimum of two years satisfactory classroom teaching experience.
3. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE
a) a diploma or master's degree in Teacher-Librarianship.
4. REPORTING STRUCTURE
The personnel in this position reports to the principal of the assigned school(s).
Revised December 17, 2021