دانش پژوهان محترم لطفا ترجمه هاي خود از متن ذيل را در قالب بخش نظرات شما در ذيل صفحه با ذکر نام و نام خانوادگي ارائه تا بررسي گردد.
ضمناً براي دانلود مقاله کاملي که متن ذيل از آن استخراج شده روي آيکون آکروبات ريدر کليک نماييد.
Building the Learning Environment
This section examines the extensive role of the school librarian as administrator. It encompasses the development of policies and procedures, staffing, budgeting, collection development, and advocacy to name a few. The responsibilities addressed in this section illustrate how the school librarian must establish a school library as a functional program with a solid infrastructure so that the members of the learning community want to come to the library and understand that in the library they will have access to the materials they need to find the information they want.
In order to earn national recognition, a program must demonstrate that “all five standards were met and sufficient evidence was provided to demonstrate that candidates have developed a basic understanding and mastery of key concepts within each standard” (AASL, 2010a, p. 38). Incorporating the 2010 ALA/AASL Standards for Initial Preparation of School Librarians throughout the LIS curriculum allows a program to document how it is preparing quality school librarians.
The lack of a strong research base for school librarian preparation, however, is a concern. Although preparation has always been based on standards, the proliferation of standards, the need to align national standards with state curriculum frameworks, and the importance of school librarian preparation remaining coherent with LIS education, has made the question of how much can be taught of primary importance.
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