Creating the Full-service Homework Center in Your Library

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American Library Association, 2001 - Education - 141 pages
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Public libraries that take a proactive approach to homework help - by setting up organized, public library homework centres - have the potential to become catalysts for better performance in school, improved self esteem, and engaged, co-operative learning. In this volume, Cindy Mediavilla describes what constitutes an effective homework centre - a separate space in the library, with set hours, clearly defined services, and an assigned staff member. Computers are helpful, but not essential, according to Mediavilla. What is key is that a person is present and responsible to oversee the programme.

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Contents

Why Homework Centers?
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Needs Assessment
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Service Plan
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Copyright

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