what flavor is your school library? the teacher-librarian as learning leader

Loertscher, David
December 2006
Teacher Librarian;Dec2006, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p8
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the five major flavors of library program that should be adopted by teacher-librarians as learning leaders. Labeled as ice cream flavors, these include vanilla-flavored organization, strawberry-flavored reading, chocolate-flavored information literacy, mint-chocolate-chip-flavored technology, and spumoni-flavored learning.


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