Collaborative Ideas for a School Library
Students’ educational development will be enhanced when principals, teachers, and librarians collaborate in learning, teaching, and implementing critical-thinking skills. Collaboration by every member of the school staff is necessary in this information age. This cooperation can easily extend beyond the school premises to include community resources. It can also cross geo-political borders through the use of the Internet. The success of a collaborative relationship starts with the school principal and the value he or she places on hiring qualified/certified/credentialed school librarians and providing a functional school library to ensure that the school graduates high-achieving information-literate students. The author shares collaborative ideas and activities.
Cynthia Mae Helms
Internet Resources; Serial Publications
Administration & Leadership
Administrator / Leader, Teacher / Faculty