Librarians as Learning Specialists: Meeting the Learning Imperative for the 21st Century

By Allison Zmuda; Violet H. Harada | Go to book overview

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1.1Draft of AIME Mission and Learner Performance Expectations13
2.1Example of Job Description for Library Media Specialists28
2.2Scenario of Learning Specialists Working as a Team42

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1.1Learning Principles to Inspire Local Development3
1.2Samples of Library Mission Statements15
1.3Learning Principles Linked to Library Media Centers17
2.1What Learning Specialists Do25
2.2Insights and Issues of Library Media Specialists as Learning Specialists36
2.3Connecting Library Action Steps to School Learning Goals38
2.4Examples of Strategies to Build Collaborative Relationships39
2.5Bad and Good Business Practices for Library Media Specialists40
3.1Predictable Learner Problems and How to Collaboratively Design Instructional Remedies59
4.1Types of Assessments in a Robust Assessment System78
4.2Critical Skills in Establishing Curriculum Partnerships85
4.3Exit Slip for Promoting Reading Interests88
4.4Distinguishing Fact from Opinion90
4.5Interview Analysis91
4.6Evaluating Blogs as Research Sources92
4.7Issue Organizer93
4.8Rubric for Assessing Evidence93

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