Sunday, October 28, 2007

Successive Fraction

Continuing with my search on how to improve students' literacy by using the school library, I entered the database of Library Lit on the Texas Women's University website.

I limited my search to s1 student reading achievement AND s2 assessment and narrowed the search down to the years between 2000 and 2007. Surprisingly, the search gave exactly 1 hit, but it seems to be a good one and right on the topic. It is posted below:

A reading report card for library media specialists
Personal Author:
Barron, Daniel D.
Journal Name:
School Library Media Activities Monthly
School Library Media Activities Monthly v. 18 no. 5 (January 2002) p. 48-51
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An overview of the findings from the federally mandated survey of student achievement known as the National Assessment of Educational Progress is provided. A discussion of what these results mean for library media specialists and suggestions to help library media specialists improve children's reading skills are provided.
Children's reading/Educational aspects; National Assessment of Educational Progress
Document Type:
Feature Article
Education; Library & Information Science
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