Exploring the practices of teacher librarians in other countries fosters new knowledge, contributing to global communities of practice. The need to equip today’s youth with complex 21st century skills has served as a catalyst for change in the traditional practices of school librarians all over the world. It is this necessary change that led to questions regarding school library practices at an international level and to the need to explore school librarianship on a global level. This research study explores ways program design grounded in cultural understanding, experiences, and ways of knowing the world, are applied by practicing school librarians in Brazil, Russia, and Belize.
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IASL Annual Conference Proceedings, 2019.
The Role of Culture and Folk Art in School Library Programming by L. S. Green & M. P. Johnston is available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Green, L. S., & Johnston, M. P. (2019, October). The Role of culture and folk art in school library programming. In IASL Annual Conference Proceedings. https://doi.org/10.29173/iasl7435