Tips and Other Bright Ideas for Elementary School Libraries
134 pages • 6⅛ x 9¼
This valuable collection of handy, nifty, thrifty ideas from library media specialists across the country can make a positive impact on any elementary school library media program.
From effectively managing high-energy students to making storytime and booktalks engaging to getting staff on board with achieving goals, these tips can make a difference for you. Learn new ways to use technology to your advantage. Every elementary school library specialist can use the fresh ideas offered here in this concise and to-the-point resource of tried-and-true tips.
From library administration to reading promotion to the use of Web 2.0 tools, to providing positive public relations and promoting special events, implementing the tips in this book in any school setting can seem life-saving. These practical and creative methods are collected from the best ideas published in Library Media Connection. These constructive ideas are helpful to elementary school librarians who crave fresh ideas and best practices and are looking for more engaging ways to present library materials and lessons.
Tips and Other Bright Ideas for Elementary School Libraries: Volume 4 is organized into logical sections that tackle topics such as managing the library, working with students, working with teachers, promoting reading, teaching library skills, and using technology. The contents give elementary school library professionals a clear, complete handbook to making their media and research centre a success on every level.
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