4 edition of Serving special needs students in the school library media center found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -258) and index.
|Statement||edited by Caren L. Wesson and Margaret J. Keefe.|
|Series||Greenwood professional guides in school librarianship,|
|Contributions||Wesson, Caren., Keefe, Margaret J.|
|LC Classifications||Z675.S3 S46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 269 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||94039085|
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Serving Special Needs Students in the School Library Media Center by Margaret J. Keefe,available at Book Depository with free delivery :// The Special Needs Gifted and Talented Students in the School Library Media Center Libraries as Laboratories for Learning: Integrating Content, Learners' Needs, and Experience into the Curriculum School Library Media Specialists and Professional Development.
Selection of materials for special needs students / Lula Pride and Lois Schultz --The school library media specialist's role in bibliotherapy / Robert P. King --Accessibility of school library materials for special needs students / William J. Murray --Instructional technology and students with special needs in the school library media center This professional reference offers practical information to school library media specialists on how to serve special needs students and their classroom teachers effectively.
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Stoner-Thomas is a school for nearly students with special needs in grades K More than 30 staff members are employed in various capacities to meet the needs of those students but no librarian.
When I became the lead librarian for our district years ago (a brand new position), I decided to “adopt” Stoner-Thomas Library Media School library media specialists are now considered part of the teaching staff and are charged with integrating their library and information skills curriculum with the more general classroom curriculum.
At the same time more and more special needs students are part of every school and every classroom. Thus, the media specialist must work effectively with special needs students on a regular The Special Needs Gifted and Talented Students in the School Library Media Center by Caren L.
Wesson and Margaret J. Keefe Libraries as Laboratories for Learning: Integrating Content, Learners' Needs, and Experience into the Curriculum by Amy Otis-Wilborn and Terry McGreehin An active role for school library media specialists in the identification and placement procedures for special needs students / Deborah L.
Voltz --School library media specialists as partners with classroom teachers in generalizing the skills of students with special needs / M. Lewis Putnam --Fostering relationships among special and general While this research does not specifically address students with special needs, it is highly likely that they can experience the same positive impact as their non-disabled peers if the school library has adaptive technology and the media specialist provides instructional accommodations to meet their :// The first part of the book highlights the teaching role of the media specialist and discusses how and what to teach special needs students.
The second part views the media specialist as an information expert who must structure the library and its resources for students with special needs. The third section treats the media specialist's role as Serving Special Needs Students in the School Library Media Center Greenwood Professional Guides in School Librarianship: : Keefe, Margaret J., Wesson, Caren L., School libraries serving special needs students 1.
Making Specials ClassesSpecial for ALL LearnersOffice of Special Education and Supports Strengths and Opportunities: School Librarians Serving Students with Special Needs in Central New York State Article (PDF Available) in School Library Media Research 15 January with 87 Reads Reviews "Exceptionally informed and informative, ‘Serving Students with Special Needs: A Practical Guide for Administrators’ is an ideal and comprehensive instructional guide that is remarkably ‘user friendly’ in organization and presentation, making it very highly recommended for academic library reference collections and as a School Administration curriculum :// More than million children in the US receive special education services; in any given community, approximately one child out of every six will get speech therapy, go to counseling, attend classes exclusively with other children with disabilities, or receive some other service that allows him or her to learn.
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Programming Providing GLBT-friendly programming helps your community know that you are welcoming and Library Services for Children with Special Needs Libraries offer a wide range of services for individuals with special needs.
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Oltmann, Assistant Professor, School of Information Science, University of Kentucky. Oltmann, Shannon M. “They Kind of Rely on the Library”: School Librarians Serving LGBT Students.
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When it comes to integrating kids with special needs, classroom teachers have developed strategies. Still, Instructing this population, particularly students with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), can sometimes be challenging because the work takes place alongside lessons and activities during an already busy ://?detailStory=how-librarians-help-kids-with-adhd-thrive.