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Formanack, Gail; Pietsch, Laura – School Library Monthly, 2011
The common belief among school librarians is that a flexibly scheduled school library program as opposed to a fixed schedule program is the best choice. After all, there are distinct advantages to the flexible program: students are served at the point of need, skills are not taught in isolation, and collaborative lessons are developed with…
Descriptors: School Libraries, Teachers, Library Services, Librarians
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Bilyeu, Linda – Knowledge Quest, 2009
Collaboration between librarians and classroom teachers results in increased student achievement and turns the librarian into a valued partner in lesson design. Lesson Study is a core professional development model used in Japanese schools. It is credited with the shift from "teaching as telling" to "teaching for…
Descriptors: Teachers, Professional Development, Librarians, Cooperative Planning
Higgs-Horwell, Melissa; Schwelik, Jennifer – Library Media Connection, 2007
As librarians work to prepare themselves and their colleagues to function in the rapidly growing world of information they often find themselves feeling alone and overwhelmed. One group of Ohio school librarians took on the daunting challenge of keeping up with the continually changing world of information technology and together developed an…
Descriptors: Information Technology, Librarians, School Libraries, Interactive Video