Helping Teachers Teach: A School Library Media Specialist's Role

Front Cover
Libraries Unlimited, 1993 - Bibliothèques et éducation - États-Unis - 288 pages
1 Review

Grounded in a commitment to the school library media specialist's vital role in the design, implementation, and evaluation of classroom instruction, Turner's book explores why the SLMS must get involved, and it provides the tools for doing so. New features in this edition include the procedures for an information skills needs assessment, cognitive-based instructional enterprises, and information on new learner analysis instruments. In addition, sections on the professional collection, authentic assessment, learning strategy selection, and other areas have been completely updated. An important guide for professionals.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - cthompson6 - LibraryThing

The author presents the media specialist as valuable resource to teachers. I took note of the media specialists attending team meetings and co-teaching with the regular ed teacher in the classroom and in the media center. This can be a good thing. Read full review

Contents

Part
1
A Levels Approach to Helping Teachers Teach
11
Finding Out Where You Are and Where You Want to Go
22
Copyright

17 other sections not shown

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1993)

Philip M. Turner is Dean, School of Library and Information Science, and Associate Vice President for Distance Education, University of North Texas, Denton.

Bibliographic information