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Coteaching and Collaboration: How and Why Two Heads Are Better Than One-Paperback-Teacher Librarian Press-The Library Marketplace

Coteaching and Collaboration: How and Why Two Heads Are Better Than One

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David V. Loertscher and Carol Koechlin ISBN-13: 9781617510328 348 pages • 8½ x 11  2015   From both a theoretical and research perspective, coteaching is simply the most powerful foundational program element a teacher librarian can have to make a difference in teaching and learning. This collection of articles from Teacher Librarian magazine bri...


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