Foundations for effective school library media programs / Ken Haycock, editor.

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Other Authors: Haycock, Ken.
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Published: Englewood, Colo. : Libraries Unlimited, 1999.
Table of Contents:
  • The Foundations
  • Strengthening the Foundations for Teacher-Librarianship
  • Research in Teacher-Librarianship and the Institutionalization of Change
  • The School Context
  • Leadership for School Improvement
  • The School Library Program and the Culture of the School
  • Libraries, Learning and the Whole School
  • Role Clarification
  • The School Librarian as a Professional Teacher
  • Navigating the '90s--The Teacher-Librarian as Change Agent
  • Developing Information Literacy Through the Information Intermediary Process: A Model for Teacher-Librarians and Others
  • Teacher-Librarians: Mirror Images and the Spark
  • Students' Information Literacy Needs: Competencies for Teacher-Librarians in the Twenty-First Century
  • Information Literacy
  • Information Literacy in an Information Society
  • Media Literacy: The New Basic--Will the Real Curriculum Please Stand Up?
  • Student Access to the Internet: Librarians and Teachers Working Together to Teach Higher Level Survival Skills
  • Misinformation on the Internet: Applying Evaluation Skills to Online Information
  • Information Skills in the Curriculum: Developing a School-Based Curriculum
  • Developing a School-Based Research Strategy K-7
  • Computer Literacy and Information Literacy: A Natural Combination
  • All That Glitters May Not Be Gold
  • Collaborative Planning and Teaching
  • Curriculum Encounters of the Third Kind: Teachers and Teacher-Librarians Exploring Curriculum Potential
  • The School Librarian and the Classroom Teacher: Partners in Curriculum Planning.