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Taxonomies of the school library media program

by David V. Loertscher

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Published by Libraries Unlimited in Englewood, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School libraries,
  • Media programs (Education)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid V. Loertscher ; illustrated by Mark Loertscher.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ675.S3 L68 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 336 p. :
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2404698M
    ISBN 100872876624
    LC Control Number87035367

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Taxonomies of the school library media program. [David V Loertscher] -- Explores the role for the modern school library media center. Includes planning guides and evaluative instruments.

OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: Taxonomies of the LMC program: Emerging concept of the school library media center --What is a library media program?--Library media specialist taxonomy --Teacher taxonomy --Student taxonomy --Administrator taxonomy --Four central elements of the LMC program: Collaborative planning --Tools and strategies of.

Get print book. No eBook available. THE TAXONOMIES OF THE LMC PROGRAM. 1: The Library Media Specialist Taxonomy. Other editions - View all. Taxonomies of the School Library Media Program David V. Loertscher Snippet view - Taxonomies of the School Library Media Program David V. Loertscher No preview available - iii Acknowledgements To the many library media specialists throughout the country who have encouraged me, contributed to my ideas, pointed to shortcomings, and put these ideas to.

Loertscher describes taxonomies for library media specialists, principals, teachers, and students. Each cover four basic elements of service -- warehousing, direct services to students and teachers, resourcebased teaching, and vertical program features.4/5(2).

Taxonomies of the School Library Media Program 2nd Edition; by David Loertscher; A complete revision of Loertscher's most popular guide to creating and managing a library media center with the intent of making a difference in academic achievement.

Taxonomies of the Library Media Program art 1, chaptersprovides the basic progressive and orderly view of creating a library media program from a neglected space or facility and making it into a fully functioning and mature library media program.

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by David V. Loertscher. Hi Willow Research and Publishing, $15 from LMC Source Taxonomies of the School Library Media Program. 2nd Edition. by David V. Loertscher. Hi Willow Research and Publishing, $30 from LMC. Aug School Library Media Program? 25 Other state standards School Library Standards and Evaluation Aug School Library Media Program?

26 Remember the quote from Ted Nelson? • A Program is an integral whole! – ―I believe that good design is magical and not to be lightly tinkered with.Re-imagine, Rejuvenate, Renew: Beyond Library Media Specialist Read the article below. Then, participate in the HANDS-ON WORKSHOP version.

Whether tracing the movement of a book character using Google Earth or video conferencing with colleagues from around the globe, there's never been a more exciting time to be a School Library Media Specialist.Planning form based upon Standards for the 21st Century Learner in Action () Action Examples Template; Loertscher’s Taxonomies of the School Library Media Program () Collaborative Unit Planning Sheet; Buzzeo’s Collaboration Handbook () Collaboration Template; Last updated 01/ STRATEGIES FOR REMEDIATION: Students will have the opportunity to work until they are successful.