Teachers and teacher-librarians exploring curriculum potential

Doiron, Ray
September 1993
Emergency Librarian;Sep/Oct93, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p9
Identifies key concepts that classroom teachers and teacher-librarians need to recognize as forming the essence of their curriculum encounters. Evaluation of the complexity of the curriculum planning process; Historical developments in libraries; Basis of a curriculum partnership between the school librarian and the classroom teacher; Behavioristic principles described by Ralph Tyler in 194.


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