Teacher-Librarians in Learning Organizations

@inproceedings{Brown2021TeacherLibrariansIL,
  title={Teacher-Librarians in Learning Organizations},
  author={Jean Brown and Bruce S. Sheppard},
  year={2021}
}
Teacher-librarians in a learning organization must function both as members of teams engaged in organizational learning and as leaders of leaders. Teacher-librarians must be a mirror image of teachers, plus contribute more to the school. This paper examines the characteristics of the work of teachers and teacher-librarians in four major categories: knowledge base; technical skills; personal, interpersonal, and team skills; and values and beliefs. The knowledge base and technical skills, plus… 

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