teacher and teacher-librarian collaboration: moving toward integration

Montiel-Overall, Patricia
December 2006
Teacher Librarian;Dec2006, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p28
Academic Journal
The article ponders on face-to-face collaborative efforts involving classroom teachers and teacher-librarians, as a starting point in the discussion of collaboration. The significance of collaboration to educators and teacher-librarians is in its potential to positively affect student learning by working together.


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