The multi-talented Sam Bi has kindly allowed his giant 3D paper origami animal figures, Penguin and Panda, to visit our library. They are nice and comfy on our shelves in the front of the library if you would like to come and see them. Sam created them these beautiful paper sculptures with many, many small…
Time is now to reinvent school libraries Scarborough Leader Loertscher, a nationally-renowned library science expert, was in Scarborough last week to meet with area educators and launch “The Year of the Learning Commons,” his year-long effort to...
“The library used to be the territory of the librarian, but that had to change because there are many specialists in schools that have the same mission as the librarian and that is to help all the classroom teachers and students across the school,” Loertscher said.
The learning commons, he said, is the perfect place in which teachers and specialists co-teach units, something that brings together two skill sets and two teaching styles to lesson plans. Loertscher said his research has shown students absorb material better this way.
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