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Return to Book Page. Homework Help from the Library: In Person and Online by Carol Intner. In Person and Online 3. This straightforward handbook is filled with nuts-and-bolts advice on the best ways to help young people with their homework, no matter what the assignment. Paperback , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Apr 12, Erikka rated it liked it Shelves: I run a public library Homework Help Center, a dedicated place with dedicated resources open at specific times daily to do nothing but help local students succeed on their homework. I ordered this book hoping it would be a helpful resource to fill in any gaps I may have in the service I provide my students. Unfortunately, I probably could have written this book.
There was nothing really new or revolutionary, and it was very optimistically pollyannaish about behavior and discipline. My kids would I run a public library Homework Help Center, a dedicated place with dedicated resources open at specific times daily to do nothing but help local students succeed on their homework.
My kids would laugh at a "puzzled look and a smile" to discourage their misbehavior. Ours is more of a "act up again and you're out for the day" I did appreciate some of the ideas for helping volunteers succeed, as my center is entirely staffed by me and volunteers.
Anything I can learn to make their work easier is worthwhile. And I liked the goal questions for analyzing success, as statistics and judging efficacy are some of the weakest points in my center at the moment. All in all, though, I don't really think this book will lead to monumental change in my center. Aug 15, Sarah rated it liked it. In Person and Online by Carol F. Intner gives a good overview of the process of starting a homework help program whether in person or online at a public library for students.
I really liked the graphic organizers provided in the back of the book, which will be helpful for any librarian needing help with teaching students how to organize information in their homework assignments. The book is geared for public librarians, who do not have as much access to the curr Homework Help from the Library: The book is geared for public librarians, who do not have as much access to the curriculum in schools as teachers and school librarians; in order to combat this common issue, the book offers ideas for collaborating and building stronger relationships between the library and the school.
From planning a customized homework-help agenda to demonstrating how to help students successfully use their technological savvy in ways not necessarily possible at home, this book presents a no-nonsense, comprehensive approach to giving students the assistance they need.
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Children's and young adult librarians are crucial links to effective learning for students. This straightforward handbook is filled with nuts-and-bolts advice on the best ways to help young people with their homework, no matter what the assignment. Mar 03, · Homework Help from the Library has 6 ratings and 4 reviews. Erikka said: I run a public library Homework Help Center, a dedicated place with dedicated re /5(4).
According to a ALA survey, almost all U.S. public libraries now offer online and in-person homework assistance?.In rural areas, this service is especially important because the library offers high-speed broadband access that many homes can't afford. Get this from a library! Homework help from the library: in person and online. [Carol F Intner] -- From planning a customized homework-help agenda to demonstrating how to help students successfully use their technological savvy in ways not necessarily possible at home, this book presents a.