Enhancing Teaching and Learning: A Leadership Guide for School Library Media Specialists

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Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 353 pages
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You can take a proactive role in shaping instruction and respond to your users' needs and requests with this thoroughly revised and expanded guide. You'll learn how to develop and implement an effective library media program by integrating it into the total education environment. Part One covers all aspects of the school environment: students, curriculum and instruction, principals, school district administration, and the community. Part Two shows you how to integratethe school library media program throughout these environments using interaction and collaboration. New in this edition are discussions of special education, post-high school transitions, shared school/public libraries, and more, along with a discussion of recent developments in elementary education, including standards, assessments, and the No Child Left Behind Act.

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Donham is a well-known writer and scolar in the field of school and academic libraries and is the current editor of School Library Media Research. In This revision of her book that sets out the ... Read full review


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