Encouraging book talk in the school library
Encouraging book talk in the school library

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Encouraging book talk in the school library

Acknowledgements

This unit was originally prepared for TeachandLearn.net by Jenny Brown, who is a chartered librarian and has worked as a school librarian in London for 15 years. She was one of the first to obtain the RSA Diploma in Technology for Teachers. Jenny has always had a keen interest in independent learning and higher-order thinking skills, and has championed the key role that librarians can play in developing these. While working for BECTa she managed a number of UK and Europe wide projects in schools and was closely involved in the development and delivery of the NOF training programme for school librarians.

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