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81%OFFKlink Thomas, Margie J. - Re-Designing the High School Library for the Forgotten Half: The Information Needs of the Non-College Bound Student - 9781591584766 - V9781591584766
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Re-Designing the High School Library for the Forgotten Half: The Information Needs of the Non-College Bound Student

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Description for Re-Designing the High School Library for the Forgotten Half: The Information Needs of the Non-College Bound Student Paperback. The high school librarian has a unique opportunity and responsibility 1) to serve all the students including the forgotten half, those who if they finish high school, are unlikely to go beyond community college or trade school and 2) to work with the teachers in those subject areas whose classes are designed for school to work experiences. Num Pages: 88 pages, black & white illustrations, maps. BIC Classification: GL. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 246 x 173 x 8. Weight in Grams: 204.
Most high school administrators, teachers, and staff concentrate on the student who is in the college preparatory track, while those who may not even finish high school have less attention paid to their curriculum and their educational needs. If the role of the school librarian is to prepare all students for lifelong learning, school librarians must work closely with teachers in charge of courses preparing students to go from school to work. They need to remind other teachers who are in general courses that many of the students in their classrooms who will not go to college, but will take ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
Libraries Unlimited
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2008
Condition
New
Number of Pages
88
Place of Publication
Englewood, United States
ISBN
9781591584766
SKU
V9781591584766
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About Klink Thomas, Margie J.
Margie J. Klink Thomas has been a librarian in special, academic, and public libraries as well as her last position as a high school librarian in Fairbanks, AK. She is a doctoral graduate of Florida State University.

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. . . provides a solid overview for those entering the field and school librarians not already collaborating with all their colleagues. - Library Media Connection Any school librarian in a school where a large number of students graduate and move directly into the work place would benefit from the purchase of this comprehensive guide to serving the ... Read more

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