Teacher librarians need to get directly involved with the research
process in the learning commons in order to create actions and
strategies that will enhance student learninga and benefit their
own professional development as well as demonstrate accountability
through their action research efforts. This book provides practical
tips and work spaces for educators at the local, state, and
national levels, clearly modeling and explaining the process and
the tools for conducting action research in a school library
setting that will identify the program's strengths and
weaknesses.--The author coalesces current expert opinions on the
topic of action research in the school library environment and
highlighting what other teacher librarians in the field have
identified as the pros and cons of using the process. Readers are
directed to focus on mitigating the "cons" through the use of
specific working pages and templates and by initially exploring
"five favorite" links, thereby encouraging those who are new to
action research to try what might otherwise seem a daunting
process. School principals Ka 12 who read this book will be better
equipped to support their teacher librarians and teachers in this
important professional process.
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Judith Anne Sykes
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