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Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make a Difference

The Evidence Mounts

by David V. Loertscher

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Published by Libraries Unlimited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reference,
  • General

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9622381M
    ISBN 100931510848
    ISBN 109780931510847

    It is imperative for all media specialists to be fully informed of media-program impact studies. Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make a Difference, 2nd Edition by Keith Curry Lance and David V. Loertscher (Hi Willow Research & Publishing, ) compiles data from studies of more than 3, schools in eight states. Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make the Difference: The Evidence, 3rd Edition (Paperback) Keith Curry Lance £ Paperback.

    Lance and Loertscher pointed out in their research about school library media programs, “Every young person and teacher must learn to survive information overload and data smog” (). With the amount of information out circulating, students and educators need a guide, someone who can help them sort through the important information and. This study will review the findings of current research showing the correlation between school library media centers, instructional technology, and student achievement test scores. The conclusions demonstrate a positive correlation between instructional technology and student achievement when used in conjunction with a strong media program. Implications have been drawn up into a three-step Cited by: 1.

      According to Lance and Loertscher, Powering achievement: School library media programs make a difference: The evidence (), "In schools with well-stocked, well-equipped school libraries, managed by qualified and motivated professional teacher-librarians working with support staff, one can expect: capable and avid readers, learners who are. According to Lance and Loertscher, Powering achievement: School library media programs make a difference: The evidence (), "In schools with well-stocked, well-equipped school libraries, managed by qualified and motivated professional teacher-librarians working with support staff, one can expect: capable and avid readers, learners who are.


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Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make a Difference by David V. Loertscher Download PDF EPUB FB2

Luckily, the amount of evidence that strong library media programs and academic achievement are linked is rising. It is all too uncommon common sense. The Lance studies and other research in this presentation booklet show that, as a whole, library media specialists and the programs they create do make a difference.

This means. The presentations emphasize the needed commitments a school district must take, the collaborative and leadership activities a school library media staff must make, and summarize the amount of impact on achievement that can be expected when the library media program is well : Keith Curry Lance.

Get this from a library. Powering Achievement: school library media programs make a difference: the evidence mounts. [Keith Curry Lance; David V Loertscher; Hi Willow Research & Publishing.] -- The Lance studies and other research in this presentation booklet show that, as a whole, library media specialists and the programs they create do make a difference.

Powering Achievement: School Library media Programs Make a Difference by Keith Lance and David V. Loertscher Hi Willow Research & Publishing, Accompanying Web Site to the Book. PowerPoint and Acrobat Slides. School Library Media Programs and Academic Achievement.

One Minute Presentation PowerPoints. Building Literacy. One Minute. Get this from a library. Powering Achievement: school library media programs make a difference: the evidence. [Keith Curry Lance; David V Loertscher; Hi Willow Research & Publishing.] -- The Lance studies and other research in this presentation booklet show that, as a whole, library media specialists and the programs they create do make a difference.

Media specialists are seeking data to demonstrate the effectiveness of the school library media program. Over the past several decades, a number of state studies have stated that there is a strong correlation between school media programs and student achievement.

Reinventing school library media programs in the age of technology A guide for superintendents and principals (2 nd ed). San Jose, CA: Hi Willow. Lance, K.C., & Loertscher, D.V. Powering achievement: School library media programs make a difference. Research: Dr. Lance has conducted extensive research into the impact of school libraries on student achievement, and has replicated the results of his research in several states.

He has also authored many articles for a variety of publications concerning the importance of school library media centers. Author of Information Literacy: A Review of the Research, Reinvent Your School's Library in the Age of Technology, Modular Computer Lesson Design, A State-By-State Guide to Children's and Young Adult Authors and Illustrators, Biographical index to children's and young adult authors and illustrators, Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make a Difference, Taxonomies Written works: A nonbook cataloging sampler.

Related Articles. School Library Media Programs and Academic Achievement. Haycock, Ken // Teacher Librarian;Jun, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p Focuses on the positive impact of school library media programs on academic achievement, according to the book 'Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make a Difference: The Evidence,' by K.

Lance and D. Loertscher. Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make a Difference: the Evidence.

Hi Willow Research & Publishing, Reed, Sally Gardner, Saving Your Library: a Guide to Getting, Using, and Keeping the Power You Need. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., Reed, Sally Gardner, Making the Case for Your Library: a How‑to‑do‑it.

David Loertscher. "Powering achievement: School library media programs make a difference: The evidence mounts (2nd ed." Book. (January ). David Loertscher. "Reinventing school library media programs in the age of technology: A guide for principals and super" Book.

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San Jose, CA: Hi Willow Research & Publishing. Google ScholarAuthor: Ulla Damber, Ulla Damber. Powering achievement: School library media programs make a difference: The evidence (3rd ed.).

Salt Lake City, UT: Hi Willow Research & Publishing. Salt Lake City, UT: Hi Willow Research & by: 1. Lance, Keith Curry and David V. Loertscher. () Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make a Difference: The Evidence. San Jose, CA: HiWillow. Lance, Keith Curry et al. () How School Librarians Help Kids Achieve Standards: The.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Training Needs Analysis of School Librarians in India. Powering achievement: School library media.

School Library Media Programs Make a Difference: The Evidence. A Parent’s Guide to School Libraries is available three ways: As a book and CD Set $ Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make a Difference.

2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Hi Willow, the number one recommendation of the study is that “all school library programs. Powering achievement: school library media programs make a difference, the evidence / Keith Curry Lance, David V. Loertscher. PROF Loe We boost achievement!: evidence-based practice for school library media specialists / David V.

Loertscher with Ross J. Todd. Powering achievement: School library media programs make a difference: The evidence 2nd ed., "Students learn more and pro-duce better research products following planned, integrated information skills instruction by the teacher and teacher-librarian together." K.

Haycock. “What works: Integrated information skills instruction. Key Finding #1: “A school library program that is adequately staffed, resourced, and funded can lead to higher student achievement regardless of the socioeconomic or educational levels of the community.”School Libraries Work!, Key Finding #2: "Children who attend schools with school libraries with better collections and superior staffing do better on tests of reading.".Powering Achievement: School Library Media Programs Make a Difference: The Evidence.

Hi Willow, Documentation from many states of studies showing relationship between a good school library and high student achievement.library media specialists, but (realistically) neither is enough to be read by those outside of our field. Also, neither is organized in a way that makes it easy to comprehend the implications of the research.

W ith help from colleagues here in Cobb, I have developed a brief summary of the research on library media programs and student achievement.