2 edition of High impact school library spaces found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 117-121) and index.
|Statement||Libraries Unlimited, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC|
|Publishers||Libraries Unlimited, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
To keep school libraries relevant, their physical spaces need to be reinvented to mirror 21st-century learning models. This book will enable everyone from school librarians and principals to district-level administrators, architects, and interior planners of school library spaces to reconceptualize school libraries-- File Size: 3MB.
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Consider forming a student-led writing center. In the career center example above, you could partner with an organization that provides free business clothing for interviews.
Changing times: Where have all the school librarians gone? You may need to search all these sources often. Many YouTubers out there are producing high-quality documentaries that only cost your time and maybe watching an ad or two.
Teachers and librarians collaborating on inquiry-based science instruction: A longitudinal study. This information was very helpful. Readers will discover templates for flexible, up-to-date library designs that serve to not only improve students' learning and critical thinking skills but also to emphasize the modern school librarian's role in boosting academic achievement.
Students love the large spaces to work on. Instructing students, both with classroom teachers and independently;• How Pennsylvania school libraries pay off: Investments in student achievement and academic standards.
Changing times: Where have all the school librarians gone? 95 million students in over 5,300 schools across 158 countries.
Are we meeting the needs of a new generation of school library users? For inspiration, among many resources available on the site is the story of the makerspace at Murray Hill Middle School in Maryland, where Jones helped to launch a collaborative project space more than 18 years ago.
The new space is full of students and teachers all day long, and does just what everyone hoped: provides a space for collaboration, education and preparation for the future.