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Media programs in selected public elementary school in Oklahoma

Margaret Lucille Elliott Baird

Media programs in selected public elementary school in Oklahoma

by Margaret Lucille Elliott Baird

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Published by Iowa State University in Ames .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Instructional materials centers -- Oklahoma.,
  • School libraries -- Oklahoma.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Margaret Lucille Elliott Baird.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 120 p.
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19999662M

    Publishers are also required to provide samples of new materials for review by the Oklahoma State Textbook Committee. The Oklahoma State Textbook Committee is comprised of parents, teachers, and community members who have been appointed by the Governor. The Committee reviews all instructional materials in light of the state content standards. Need help keeping your kids safe on social media? SPS awards $ million dollar bond; Parent Report Generator for school-issued devices; Sapulpa Public Schools on Amazon Smile.

      Oklahoma City Public Schools will open the doors to a new school this fall, and as many as students could enroll. But the doors are digital. The classrooms aren't in a building. The district is opening a virtual school, a project that has been in the works for more than a year. The new school will be called Innovations K Virtual Institute. An effective school library media center requires a certified School Library Media Specialist with dedicated support staff. The School Library Media Specialist is a leader, teacher, instructional partner, program administrator, and information specialist who is instrumental in creating a welcoming and flexible space that encourages creativity, critical thinking and problem solving to ensure.

    Gray = Alumni Schools View Oklahoma A+ Schools in a larger map OKA+ Vision Statement: Education that expands the imagination and stimulates creative living, so that: Individuals are increasingly self-aware, self-motivated, and able to be successful along the continuum of lifelong learning. Designed to aid school districts to plan and develop library media programs and to evaluate existing programs in Oklahoma, these guidelines are organized along the four essential components of library media programs: facilities, materials and equipment, personnel, and services. The section on facilities explores the relationship of functions to facility design considerations, technical aspects.


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