C: Advancing the Learning Community

Bibliography

Bibliography Section C

 

 

 

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Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) (2011). Teachers support differentiated learning through professional development and collaboration [Video file]. ASCD Express 6 (19). Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol6/619-video.aspx

Bondi, G. (2012, December 14). The “why” behind a school’s learning commons [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://learningthenow.com/blog/?p=2222

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Bowness Senior High School (2014). Learning commons survey. Calgary Board of Education. Retrieved from http://bownesshsvlc.weebly.com/survey.html

Calgary Board of Education (2013). Library 2 learning commons. Calgary Board of Education.

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