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- DescriptionAssignments that engage students in inquiry topics of their own choosing contribute to motivation and thus to learning. Very often the topics chosen (particularly by high school students) are considered controversial by school administration, parents, community organizations, and others. This practical book discusses the processes, actions, and policies needed to support and encourage high school students in that type of inquiry. Building trusting relationships over time with administration and the school community will be stressed as a way to build a community of true inquiry in your school and library. Classroom teachers and high school librarians will value the advice and scaffolding techniques presented that will enable their school and high school library to become a safe place for student inquiry into issues of their own choosing- controversial or t. The author draws on her 30-plus years as a high school librarian, deeply concerned with the intellectual freedom of the researchers in her library media center and with offering help and reassurance to those trying to implement school library programs that allow all voices to be heard. Grades 9-12.
- Author BiographyHarriet S. Selverstone is a retired high school library media specialist and Department Chair of the Library Media Department at Norwalk High School, Norwalk, CT. She is a former President of the American Association of School Librarians and two-term President of the Connecticut Educational Media Association. She served two terms on the American Library Association's Intellectual Freedom Committee, and was Chair for several years of the Connecticut Educational Media Association's Intellectual Freedom Committee. She has authored chapters on censorship issues in two texts, Children and Books, HarperCollins, 1996 and Collection Management for School Library Media Centers, Haworth Press, Inc., 1985-86. She is Series Adviser to Libraries Unlimited Professional Guides in School Librarianship Series. She received a Masters degree in Library Science, an Advanced Certificate in Information Management and an honorary doctorate degree from Pratt Institute.
- Author(s)Harriet S. Selverstone
- Date of Publication30/09/2007
- SubjectLibrary & Information Science
- Series TitleLibraries Unlimited Professional Guides in School Librarianship
- Place of PublicationEnglewood
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintLibraries Unlimited Inc
- Content Note1 figure
- Weight445 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine21 mm
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