Elementary School Organization and Administration

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Whether a school has a professional library for teachers and how it is used depends largely on the principal. The recent interest in faculty participation in curriculum revision and in all phases of school management makes it increasingly important that each school or each school system have a generous professional library for teachers. Frequently the local professional library can be augmented by loan collections from the state library, the state department of education, or the state colleges and university. Again it is the principal who must take the leadership in creating the faculty organization through which these materials are utilized in studying and in meeting local problems.
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
DALE Edgar, Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching ( New York, The Dryden Press, 1946).
Department of Elementary School Principals, Elementary-School Libraries Today, Thirtieth Yearbook ( Washington, N.E.A., 1951).
Department of Rural Education, Rural School Libraries ( Washington, N.E.A., 1936).
DOUGLAS Mary Peacock, Planning and Equipping the School Library ( Raleigh, N. C., State Department of Public Instruction, 1946).
-----, School Libraries for Today and Tomorrow ( Chicago, American Library Association, 1945).
-----, The Teacher-Librarian's Handbook ( Chicago, American Library Association, 1949).
FARGO Lucile F., The Library in the School, 4th ed. ( Chicago, American Library Association, 1947).
GARDINER Jewel and BAISDEN Leo B., Administering Library Service in the Elementary School ( Chicago, American Library Association, 1941).
HENNE Frances BROOKS Alice and ERSTED Ruth, Youth, Communication and Libraries ( Chicago, American Library Association, 1949).
National Society for the Study of Education, The Library in General Education, Forty-second Yearbook, Part II ( Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1943).
RUFSVOLD Margaret I., Audio-Visual School Library Service: A Handbook for Librarians ( Chicago, American Library Association, 1949).
WALRAVEN Margaret K., and HALL-QUEST Alfred L., Teaching Through the Elementary School Library ( New York, H. W. Wilson Co., 1948).
WILSON Louis R., and WRIGHT Edward A., County Library Service in the South ( Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1935).

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  • Title Page iii
  • Editor's Introduction v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • 1 - Elementary Education in Transition 1
  • Selected Bibliography 36
  • 2 - The Role of the Elementary School 37
  • Selected Bibliography 77
  • 3 - Curriculum Issues 78
  • Selected Bibliography 124
  • 4 - General Features Of Elementary-School Organization 127
  • Selected Bibliography 164
  • 5 - Grouping Children For Wholesome Development 165
  • Selected Bibliography 220
  • 6 - Children's Progress Through the School 221
  • Selected Bibliography 286
  • 7 - Organization for Instruction 287
  • Selected Bibliography 319
  • 8 - Organization for Supervision 320
  • Selected Bibliography 351
  • 9 - Pupil Personnel Services 353
  • Selected Bibliography 403
  • 10 - Library Service 404
  • Selected Bibliography 437
  • 11 - Protection and Promotion Of Children's Health 438
  • Selected Bibliography 483
  • 12 - Educational Provisions For Exceptional Children 485
  • Selected Bibliography 537
  • 13 - The School in Its Community At Mid-Century 539
  • Selected Bibliography 581
  • 14 - Provisions for Administering The School 583
  • Clearing-House for Details Of School Operation 610
  • 15 - School-Plant Trends 612
  • Selected Bibliography 650
  • 16 - The Professional Elementary-School Principal 652
  • Selected Bibliography 691
  • Appendix 693
  • Index 715
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