Classroom Management and the LibrarianEducation Libraries
AbstractAs librarians take on more instructional responsibilities, the need for classroom management skills becomes vital. Unfortunately, classroom management skills are not taught in library school and therefore, many librarians are forced to learn how to manage a classroom on the job. Different classroom settings such as one-shot instruction sessions and for-credit courses require different management techniques. Also, individuals are often more comfortable with certain strategies compared to other strategies for managing a classroom. With different course settings and personalities of instructors the need to learn classroom management strategies must be recognized for its importance in successful classes taught by librarians.
Citation InformationHeidi Blackburn and Lauren Hays. "Classroom Management and the Librarian" Education Libraries Vol. 37 Iss. 1-2 (2014) p. 23 - 32
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