American Libraries (AL) Direct carried an item on a program that extends and enhances the science curriculum of its local K-5 schools. This is the way to collaborate -- ideally school teacher librarians are on the planning team. Here is the news item:
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh recently developed “Super Science @ your library” using the Campaign for America’s Libraries’ @ your library brand. Developed for K–5 students, the program reaches out to children through the library’s branches to expand on the science curricula taught in the Pittsburgh Public Schools. It features 12 topic areas, which have included topics like inventors, robots, recycling, and wetland habitats....
Friday, February 11, 2011
Super Science @ Your Library
Posted by Jackie S, 2.0 project manager at 6:54 AM
Labels: collaboration, public libraries
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