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Title Toward a 21st-century school library media program [electronic resource] / edited by Esther Rosenfeld, David V. Loertscher.

Imprint Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press ; [Spring, TX] : Hi Willow Research and Pub., c2007.


Description Electronic book.
Note Description based on print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Pt. I. Learning leadership : collaboration. Building teaching partnerships : the art of collaboration / Karen Muronaga and Violet Harada -- America's most wanted : teachers who collaborate / Carol Brown -- Teacher and teacher-librarian collaboration : moving toward integration / Patricia Montiel-Overall -- From fixed to flexible : making the journey / Joyce Needham -- What works : gauging the impact of teacher and teacher-librarian collaboration / David Loertscher -- Do your collaboration homework / Gail Bush -- What works : collaborative program planning and teaching / Ken Haycock -- What works : collaboration among school specialists / Ken Haycock -- What works : building collaborative learning communities / Ken Haycock -- Pt. II. Learning leadership: curriculum design and assessment. What flavor is your school library? The teacher-librarian as learning leader / David Loertscher -- Assignments worth the effort : questions are key / Carol Koechlin and Sandi Zwaan -- Beyond the bird unit / Jennifer Robins -- Focus on understanding / Carol Koechlin and Sandi Zwaan -- Working smarter : being strategic about assessment and accountability / Violet Harada -- Demystifying the evaluation process for parents : rubrics for marking student research projects / Joan Shaw -- Pt. III. Learning leadership : technology integration. You know you're a 21st-century teacher-librarian if ... / Joyce Valenza -- Digital school library : a worldwide development and a fascinating challenge / David Loertscher -- Components of successful technologies / Steven M. Baule -- End of the teacher-librarian / James E. Herring -- Something wiki this way comes ... are you ready? / Joyce Valenza -- InfoTech: an info-skills workout : wikis and collaborative writing / Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson -- Literacy links : wikis and student writing / Keith McPherson -- Literacy links: wikis and literacy development / Keith McPherson -- Beyond wikipedia / Doug Achterman -- Literacy links : school library blogging / Keith McPherson -- Literacy links : new online technologies for new literacy instruction / Keith McPherson -- InfoTech : podcasting in the school library, Part 1 : integrating podcasts and vodcasts into teaching and learning / Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson -- InfoTech : podcasting in the school library, Part 2 : creating powerful podcasts with your students / Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson -- 29. Info Tech : want to be my friend? What you need to know about social technologies / Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson -- Open the door and let 'em in / Joyce Valenza -- Info Tech : flash: engaging learners through animation, interaction, and multimedia / Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson -- Personal computing : keeping up with RSS / Reid Goldsborough -- Info Tech : turn up the music with digital technologies / Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson -- Info Tech : open-source software in school libraries / Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson -- Pt. IV. Learning leadership : 21st-century skills. Graduating students who are not only learned but also learners / Jean Donham -- Skills for the knowledge worker / Doug Johnson -- They might be gurus / Joyce Valenza -- Generation Z connection : teaching information literacy to the newest net generation / Caroline Geck -- Analyzing student search strategies : making a case for integrating information literacy skills into the curriculum / Thomas J. Scott and Michael K. O'Sullivan -- Critical literacy : a building block toward the information literate school community / Linda Langford -- Literacy links : supporting comprehensive literacy instruction in your school : guiding the inclusion of information literacy / Marlene Asselin -- Literacy links : online information literacy : moving from the familiar to the new / Keith McPherson -- Pt. V. Learning Leadership: Literacy and Reading. Teacher-librarian as literacy leader / Michael Cart -- Literacy links : Harry Potter and the goblet of motivation / Keith McPherson -- Mrs. Travis's traveling library : a teacher-librarian's attempt to gather data about reading aloud to students / Leslie Travis -- Challenging the gender divide : improving literacy for all / Les Parsons -- Overcoming the obstacle course : a look at teenage boys and reading / Patrick Jones and Dawn Cartwright Fiorelli -- Where the boys are / Allison Haupt -- Boy books, girl books : should we reorganize our school library collections? / Ray Doiron -- Going beyond the debate : using technology and instruction for a balanced reading program / Valerie Grenawalt -- Technology meets literature : meeting authors through their blogs / Teri Lesesne -- Literacy links : new literacies : toward a renewed role of school libraries / Marlene Asselin -- Literacy links : dramatic school library literacy programs / Keith McPherson -- Literacy links : visual literacy and school libraries / Keith McPherson -- Pt. VI. Learning leadership : partnerships -- Why should principals promote school libraries? / Gary Hartzell -- Moving the fence : engaging your principal in your school library program / Diane Gallagher-Hayashi -- Administrator's perspective : helping leaders to learn : teaching principals about school libraries / Maria W. McGhee -- Developing the respect and support of school administrators / Diane Oberg -- Beyond the frontline : activating new partnerships in support of school libraries / Ray Doiron -- Strategy : working with your school board members / Carol-Anne Hutchinson -- Catch them (preservice teachers) while you can! / Audrey Church -- Pt. VII. Learning leadership: issues and management. Seven most critical challenges that face our profession / Doug Johnson -- Using data in the school library / Mary Jo Langhorne -- Using focus group interviews to improve library services for youth / Sandra Hughes-Hassell and Kay Bishop -- Marketing reflections : advocacy in action / Gail Bush and Merrilee Andersen Kwielford -- Are libraries (and librarians) heading toward extinction? / Doug Johnson -- How one child learns : the teacher-librarian as evidence-based practitioner / Gail Dickinson -- Bringing vision to practice : planning and provisioning the new library resource center / Lisa Wilson -- School library accessibility : the role of assistive technology / Janet Hopkins -- Corey's story / Barbara Braxton -- School library as sanctuary / Lynn Evarts -- Safe haven : libraries as safe havens for teens / Gail Bush.
Summary: 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.
Related To Print version: Rosenfeld, Esther Toward a 21st-Century School Library Media Program Lanham : Scarecrow Press,c2007 9780810860315
ISBN 9780810860315
9781461664338 49.99 (NL),74.98 (UA)
Series Ebook library
Subjects School libraries.
Instructional materials centers.
Genre Electronic books.
Other Author Rosenfeld, Esther, 1946-
Loertscher, David V., 1940-