We Are Special

December 2006
School Librarian's Workshop;Dec2006/Jan2007, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on creating collaborative units among high school librarians and non-classroom teachers or collectively known as specials. One should know the other specials and determine which of them might be inclined to cooperate in a project. Specials should come up with a project that must be visible to the whole school. The names of the specials involved and the classes that participated should be prominently featured.


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