PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROVIDER (PDP)
CURRENTLY AVAILABLE : IN
THE LIBRARY & IN
ESPA is now NJ
ASK (Assessment of skills and knowledge)
Core Curriculum Content Standards
New Jersey's Core Curriculum Content Standards address two critical education priorities. The revised standards, for 21st-century outcomes, align with the knowledge and skills needed by all students for post-secondary opportunities. In addition, the standards by necessity reflect a framework for teaching and learning that responds to the needs of 21st-century digital learners by incorporating the 'new literacies' required in an innovation economy.
Copyright(c) State of New Jersey, 1996-2010
Links to these standards are located on the NJ Department of Education: NJ Core Content Standards.
Copies of this guide are available at all
NJ Dept. of Education
From the home page of the NJ Department
of Education, you can link to educational statistics,
administrative code and school law, professional
development, and much more that will help you in
Learning Express Library
students can take practice tests online!
The tests include,
5th Grade Practice, 8th grade Practice, ACT, Adult
Basic Skills Success, Catholic HS, GED, GMAT, SAT,
Skills Improvement, ESL (Spanish) Courses and much
These standards are direct links to questions found on the PARCC Test (PARTNERSHIP FOR ASSESSMENT OF READINESS FOR COLLEGE AND CAREERS)
Universal Class for Libraries
Free Continuing Education Courses for Adults!
24/7 access to real instructors and CEU's for over 500 classes.
County Library is now a registered provider of professional
development with the NJ Dept. of Education, and
certificates for credit hours will be issued to
educators who attend these sessions.
it is an educator’s supervisor who determines
if their attendance at any program/workshop will
be applicable to their Professional Improvement
cannot guarantee that the credits will be accepted
or be responsible beyond providing the program or
OF OCL WORKSHOPS & CLASSES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
branches participate in this service by providing
classes on using library resources, and programs
of interest to local educators. Customized
content as well as standard training modules are
Examples of classes include Best Books workshops, multicultural programs, financial aid resources, etc. Call your local branch for more information or visit the OCL Website and click on the tab for "Events & News"
Workshops that can be offered in the Schools:
In-service training on OCL’s Catalog, free databases and other "unique" library
School Staff Development Day programs about literature,
Book talk visits for staff and/or students.
WORKING WITH SCHOOLS
will gladly work with any school district’s Curriculum
Coordinator or Professional Development Coordinator
about opportunities for library staff to offer workshops
or instruction on staff development days or as an
after school in-service.
Check THIS PAGE frequently for news of upcoming
programs for Professional Development credits.
For further information try the following webpage: Education: School Resources k-12