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Toward a 21st-Century School Library Media Program

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ISBN-10: 0810860317

ISBN-13: 9780810860315

Edition: 2007

Authors: Esther Rosenfeld, David V. Loertscher, Doug Achterman, Merrilee AndersenKwielford, Marlene Asselin

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List price: $64.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Scarecrow Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/15/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 442
Size: 8.25" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.684
Language: English

JAMES HENRI is Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Centre for IT in Education, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong.MARLENE ASSELIN is Associate Professor, Department of Language and Literacy Education, University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada, and Coordinator, UBC diploma and Masters programs in teacher-librarianship.

Learning Leadership: Collaboration
Building Teaching Partnerships: The Art of Collaboration
America's Most Wanted: Teachers Who Collaborate
Teacher and Teacher-Librarian Collaboration: Moving Toward Integration
From Fixed to Flexible: Making the Journey
What Works: Gauging the Impact of Teacher and Teacher-Librarian Collaboration
Do Your Collaboration Homework
What Works: Collaborative Program Planning and Teaching
What Works: Collaboration Among School Specialists
What Works: Building Collaborative Learning Communities
Learning Leadership: Curriculum Design and Assessment
What Flavor Is Your School Library? The Teacher-Librarian as Learning Leader
Assignments Worth the Effort: Questions Are Key
Beyond the Bird Unit
Focus on Understanding
Working Smarter: Being Strategic About Assessment and Accountability
Demystifying the Evaluation Process for Parents: Rubrics for Marking Student Research Projects
Learning Leadership: Technology Integration
You Know You're a 21st-century Teacher-Librarian If ...
The Digital School Library: A Worldwide Development and a Fascinating Challenge
The Components of Successful Technologies
The End of the Teacher-Librarian
Something Wiki This Way Comes ... Are You Ready?
InfoTech: An Info-Skills Workout: Wikis and CollaborativeWriting
Literacy Links: Wikis and Student Writing
Literacy Links: Wikis and Literacy Development
Beyond Wikipedia
Literacy Links: School Library Blogging
Literacy Links: New Online Technologies for New Literacy Instruction
InfoTech: Podcasting in the School Library, Part 1: Integrating Podcasts and Vodcasts Into Teaching and Learning
InfoTech: Podcasting in the School Library, Part 2: Creating Powerful Podcasts With Your Students
Info Tech: Want to Be My Friend? What You Need to Know About Social Technologies
Open the Door and Let 'Em In
Info Tech: Flash: Engaging Learners Through Animation, Interaction, and Multimedia
Personal Computing: Keeping Up With RSS
Info Tech: Turn Up the Music With Digital Technologies
Info Tech: Open-Source Software in School Libraries
Learning Leadership: 21st-century Skills
Graduating Students Who Are Not Only Learned But Also Learners
Skills for the Knowledge Worker
They Might Be Gurus
The Generation Z Connection: Teaching Information Literacy to the Newest Net Generation
Analyzing Student Search Strategies: Making a Case for Integrating Information Literacy Skills Into the Curriculum
Critical Literacy: A Building Block Toward the Information Literate School Community
Literacy Links: Supporting Comprehensive Literacy Instruction in Your School: Guiding the Inclusion of Information Literacy
Literacy Links: Online Information Literacy: Moving From the Familiar to the New
Learning Leadership: Literacy and Reading
Teacher-Librarian as Literacy Leader
Literacy Links: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Motivation
Mrs. Travis's Traveling Library: A Teacher-Librarian's Attempt to Gather Data About Reading Aloud to Students
Challenging the Gender Divide: Improving Literacy for All
Overcoming the Obstacle Course: A Look at Teenage Boys and Reading
Where the Boys Are
Boy Books, Girl Books: Should We Reorganize Our School Library Collections?
Going Beyond the Debate: Using Technology and Instruction for a Balanced Reading Program
Technology Meets Literature: Meeting Authors Through Their Blogs
Literacy Links: New Literacies: Toward a Renewed Role of School Libraries
Literacy Links: Dramatic School Library Literacy Programs
Literacy Links: Visual Literacy and School Libraries
Learning Leadership: Partnerships
Why Should Principals Promote School Libraries?
Moving the Fence: Engaging Your Principal in Your School Library Program
Administrator's Perspective: Helping Leaders to Learn: Teaching Principals About School Libraries
Developing the Respect and Support of School Administrators
Beyond the Frontline: Activating New Partnerships in Support of School Libraries
Strategy: Working With Your School Board Members
Catch Them (Preservice Teachers) While You Can!
Learning Leadership: Issues and Management
The Seven Most Critical Challenges That Face Our Profession
Using Data in the School Library
Using Focus Group Interviews to Improve Library Services for Youth
Marketing Reflections: Advocacy in Action
Are Libraries (and Librarians) Heading Toward Extinction?
How One Child Learns: The Teacher-Librarian as Evidence-Based Practitioner
Bringing Vision to Practice: Planning and Provisioning the New Library Resource Center
School Library Accessibility: The Role of Assistive Technology
Corey's Story
The School Library as Sanctuary
Safe Haven: Libraries as Safe Havens for Teens