The Library/Curriculum Connection

The Library/Curriculum Connection : Roles of the Library Media Specialist

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Use your library to have an impact on everything from reluctant readers to block scheduling to standardizing testing. Find information and guidelines to help you play an active role in the K-12 more

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  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 210.8 x 271.8 x 7.6mm | 362.88g
  • Linworth Publishing, Incorporated
  • Worthington, United States
  • English
  • 1586830619
  • 9781586830618
  • 2,500,912

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"Library/media personnel are keenly aware of the critical importance of creating and maintaining partnerships and collaboration with teachers, administrators and other educational professionals, as well as keeping abreast of various pedagogical issues. A daunting task, indeed, to be knowledgeable about media concerns as well as everything else. Fortunately, Kay Bishop provides us here with "information . . . including national standards, trends and controversies" (p. 18) about specific subject areas, as well as several other areas having direct impact on library/media centers. Chapter topics range from elementary school math, middle school social studies, and high school science, to students who are physically disabled, reluctant readers, gifted and talented, block scheduling, electronic reading programs (such as Accelerated Reader) standardized testing, plus a chapter on collaboration and partnerships. Specific attention is directed to the role of the media specialist and/or the meshow more

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