Collaborating to Meet Standards: Teacher/librarian Partnerships for K-6

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Linworth Pub., Incorporated, 2007 - Education - 246 pages
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Today's focus on literacy and accountability makes this book a must-have for teachers and librarians who want to learn to collaborate to improve student learning in grades K-6. Learn to envision, plan, teach, and assess in partnership with colleagues to positively impact student learning. Be ready to teach these 16 fully collaborative units that have been successfully implemented nationwide. These practical, standards-based units are just what teachers and librarians need to work together to give students the help they need to achieve and succeed. Your lessons will never be the same once you begin the powerful and beneficial practices that Toni Buzzeo spells out so clearly.

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Contents

Chapter Two Collaboration Literacy and School Library Media Programs
5
Builder of Quality Collections for the LMC and the Classroom
14
How it Looks and Who it Benefits
23
Ensuring Success in Collaboration Despite the Roadblocks
37
Chapter Five Using the Template
55
Figure A2 BLANK TEMPLATE
58
Figure U 1 1 Kinder Quest
65
Exploring Ocean Animals
71
Figure U3 1 Geology for First Graders
81
Figure U3 7 Geology for First Graders
87
Figure U3 13 Geology for First Graders
93
Figure U4 1 Whos That by the Pond?
100
Resource List
241
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About the author (2007)

Toni Buzzeo is a writer and library media specialist from Buxton, ME.

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