catch them (preservice teachers) while you can!

Church, Audrey
June 2006
Teacher Librarian;Jun2006, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p20
Academic Journal
The article addresses a university school library instructor's approach, which features a meeting with preservice teachers early in the sequence of coursework. The majority of preservice teachers are not learning in their teacher preparation programs about the benefits of collaborative partnerships with teacher-librarians.


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