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How to ..... devise a whole school information skills programme

Hilary Knowles

How to ..... devise a whole school information skills programme

by Hilary Knowles

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Published by Leicestershire County Council, Libraries and Information Service in Leicester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Hilary Knowles and Lynne Randle.
SeriesHow to -- no.4
ContributionsRandle, Lynne.
The Physical Object
Pagination16p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17440574M

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How to Teach Thinking and Learning Skills: A Practical Programme for the Whole School (Book & CD Resources) C J Simister By helping children to form positive thinking and learning habits, and to develop a range of transferable skills, we give them the tools they need to become successful learners.

health and social Interventions. Life skills education is relevant to everyone and the contents of this document, although directed at schools, can be adapted and interpreted to guide the development of life skills education for children that are not in schools.

as well as for adult education and as part of community development projects. program to teach high school seniors information literacy skills. Information literacy skills are essential because they equip us to know when we need more information and how to find that information in an increasingly complex world.

Library and information science professionals are in the best position to teach information literacy to Size: 49KB. I ventured to design a program that was to be used by all teachers in the school and could: Provide students with a diagnostic evaluation of their literacy skills.

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Ask at the Library Enquiry Desk. (ITAs) taken from Regions 6 and These ITAs are still teachers of Information Technology in Secondary Schools and Schools with Primary Tops. The Objectives of the Revised National Information Technology Guides are to: 1. Guide the teaching of Information Technology in schools.

Help teachers improve their Information Technology skills. Size: KB. Library Skills, Information Skills, and Information Literacy: Implications for Teaching and Learning James O. Carey, Assistant Professor, University of South Florida One intent of national-level reports such as the Secretary’s Commission on Secondary Skills andFile Size: KB.

Nancy Pickering Thomas, PhD, is professor emeritus in the School of Library and Information Management, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS. Sherry R. Crow, PhD, is assistant professor of school library science and educational media at the University of Nebraska, Kearney, NE.

Lori L. Franklin, PhD, is school librarian at Olathe East High School, Olathe, KS, a large suburban high school Cited by: A whole-school approach to teaching reading. Assessment and data. The school gives high priority to school-wide analysis and discussion of systematically collected data on student achievement Teachers analyse student data regularly to inform improvement to guide teaching and prompt early intervention for File Size: KB.

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Are there books in the classrooms. Is there a school library. Yes No If yes, can the students borrow books. Is there a library programme allowing teachers and students make the best use of the library.

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In this new edition of her well received and reviewed book, Nancy Pickering Thomas updates and expands on her reviews of the literature concerning learning styles, information skills, literacy skills, technological literacy, and bibliographic instruction/5(15).

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