Elizabeth A. Burns, PhD is an assistant professor in the Department of STEM Education and Professional Studies at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. Prior to joining the faculty at ODU, Dr. Burns was both a classroom teacher and a school librarian. Her current research and teaching focus on curriculum and Instruction in school libraries.
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Using the AASL National School Library Standards, and integrating content-area curricula and curricular standards, this resource illustrates this critical area of instruction by providing both implementation assistance and examples. Supporting practitioners as they align their teaching with the AASL Standards, this professional guide provides
- current theories and assessment strategies for learning, including an emphasis on growth mindset and personalized learning;
- ready-to-use styles of assessment relevant to those working in school libraries, with lessons that can immediately be incorporated into their practice; and
- a bridge between student assessment and school librarian practice, aiding readers in their ongoing professional development.
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