This collection of lesson plans focuses on specific instructional techniques and pedagogical needs of non-traditional students and patrons. Non-traditional library users include: returning adults, older adults, non-native English speakers, international students, first generation students, and racial and ethnic minorities. Lesson plans incorporate creative teaching approaches for a variety of skill building exercises including learning basic computer skills, locating books, preventing plagiarism, citing sources, creating keyword maps, evaluating sources, identifying elements of a citation, and using online learning environments. Lessons are appropriate for any group of students where traditional instructional approaches might not be suitable or for librarians seeking more creative teaching strategies. Similar to other books in this series, the book is spiral bound for easier use and includes a disk of additional materials and handouts that may be freely used by anyone.This collection of lesson plans focuses on specific instructional techniques and pedagogical needs of non-traditional students and patrons.
|Title||:||Teaching Non-traditional Learners|