Block Scheduling and Its Impact on the School Library Media Center

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Price
$86.40
Publisher
Libraries Unlimited
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Pages
256
Dimensions
6.42 X 9.48 X 0.93 inches | 1.14 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780313304941

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About the Author
MARIE KEEN SHAW is curriculum instructional leader and a library media specialist at East Lyme High School in East Lyme, Connecticut./e She took a leadership role in her school's adoption of block scheduling and has presented a number of workshops on the topic to school library media specialists. She was a member of the Connecticut Legislative Task Force on Telecommunications for Schools in 1997, and co-authored a district technology plan, Target for Technology.
Reviews
"Shaw sings the praises of block scheduling and offers workable suggestions for her colleagues facing this educational challenge.... Librarians in schools contemplating this switch will benefit from a look at this book."-Booklist/Reference Books Bulletin
?Shaw sings the praises of block scheduling and offers workable suggestions for her colleagues facing this educational challenge.... Librarians in schools contemplating this switch will benefit from a look at this book.?-Booklist/Reference Books Bulletin
?If I were stranded in a school where the faculty was considering the adoption of block scheduling or already implementing it in some fashion, this is the book I would want to take along to "that desert island.,.".Bottom line: Read it or get left behind for those facing a block-scheduling journey.?-Teacher Librarian
"If I were stranded in a school where the faculty was considering the adoption of block scheduling or already implementing it in some fashion, this is the book I would want to take along to "that desert island.,.".Bottom line: Read it or get left behind for those facing a block-scheduling journey."-Teacher Librarian