Toward a 21st-Century School Library Media Program

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Scarecrow Press, Oct 15, 2007 - Education - 434 pages
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This collection of enlightening and stimulating articles, written by some of the most important figures in school librarianship, demonstrates how teacher-librarians, classroom teachers, and administrators can work together to create a 21st century school library media program. With topics that emphasize student success, leadership, partnerships, curriculum design, collaborative planning and teaching, literacy, 21st century skills, emerging technologies, and so much more, this compendium brings together the best of the best discussions.

The practicing teacher-librarian, as well as the student seeking to expand his or her knowledge of the field, will find this compilation especially beneficial in providing an overview of the most critical issues related to the role the teacher-librarian plays in their school. The articles, previously published in the peer-reviewed Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals with several included from the magazine VOYA: Voice of Youth Advocates, reveal how school libraries and teacher-librarians are moving forward to meet the challenges of this new century.
 

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Contents

Learning Leadership Curriculum Design and Assessment
47
Learning Leadership Technology Integration
103
Learning Leadership 21stcentury Skills
209
Learning Leadership Literacy and Reading
261
Learning Leadership Partnerships
321
Learning Leadership Issues and Management
361
Index
421
About the Editors and Contributors
429
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Esther Rosenfeld is the former district-wide coordinator of Library and Learning Resources for the Toronto District School Board and past president of the Ontario School Library Association (OSLA). After years of overseeing program support for Toronto's 570 elementary and secondary school libraries as well as a professional library, media library, and technical services, Esther Rosenfeld is now an educational and school library consultant.

David Loertscher is professor at the School of Library and Information Science at San Jose State University, San Jose, CA. A past president of the American Association of School Librarians (AASL), David Loertscher is a respected expert in library and information science.

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