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An excerpt from A Message from the National Standard Writing Committee of a report Achieving Information Literacy: Satandards for School Library Programs in Canada (2003) is presented.
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Outlines some of the similarities in the roles of the teacher-librarian, curriculum consultant, teacher educator, and administrators in general, and then describes new partnerships that can be nurtured when teacher-librarians move into other educational roles. Discusses institutional leadership, cur...
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Library collection development remains one of the least understood responsibilities of the teacher-librarian. Doiron outlines the vital role that collection development plays in the success teachers and students will have in developing information literacy and in achieving current learning outcomes.
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Explores the theoretical basis for understanding nonfiction from an aesthetic point of view and discusses some of the pedagogical issues arising from this theoretical framework. (TB)
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Doiron reviews "Beginning to read and the spin doctors of science" by Denny Taylor.
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Doiron reviews "Better books! Better readers!" by Linda Hart-Hewing and Jan Wells.
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"Books Steps: Leveled Trade Books for Reading, Independent Reading and Authentic Assessment" by Alix Miller is reviewed.
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Doiron reviews "Books that invite talk, wonder, and play" by Amy McClure and Janice Kristo.
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Doiron believes there are books targeted especially for stereotypical views of boys and girls, but he doesn't believe the differences break down completely along the fiction/information book divide. He discusses a research project where he examined the content of elementary classroom libraries ...
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There has been a severe devaluation in school library services in Canada in the past three to five years. Doiron and Paul discuss some of the major problems facing school libraries, including the removal of teacher-librarian positions and the elimination of the teaching role in the school library, u...
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