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Fostering collaboration between school librarians and non-core subject teachers
Collaboration is a proven educational technique that brings together unique qualities of multiple educators to positively impact students. Non-core collaboration takes those same benefits and positive qualities and applies ...
School librarians support the common core state standards
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) were developed with the belief that students in the United States will be taught the same standards and held to the the same expectations as students all across the globe. This paper ...
The role of the school librarian as a collaborative partner in relationship to the common core state standards
Collaboration is not a new term to librarianship. However, for most Library Media Specialists, collaboration is an expectation that has yet to come to fruition or reach its full potential. The Common Core State Standards ...
Learning Centers in the Elementary School Library
In the 21st century, the needs of students are changing and the library is evolving to better meet those needs. For many libraries, this includes a transformation of the space into a flexible and functional space where ...
The Effect of Collaboration between Library Media Specialist and Teachers on Students Achievement when Incorporating Technology
This review of literature was designed to examine the effects of teacher and librarian collaboration, utilizing technology, on student achievement. While studies have been conducted on the impact of libraries, collaboration, ...
The Role of School Librarians as it Applies to the Common Core State Standards' Emphasis on Complex, Informational Text
This study, a literature review, will explain the Common Core State Standards’ (CCSS) increased emphasis on the need to incorporate complex, informational text into curriculum. It will explain how students are not prepared ...