This book looks closely at twelve of Shakespeare’s characters, who fit the theatrical archetype of ‘shrew’ (a noisy, argumentative or vocally defiant woman). It talks a little about the nature and details of the text, a little about the historic context in which they were first performed, but mostly about the way they have appeared […]
Is Kuhlthau aware, I wonder, of this perhaps more common model of the experience of the learner during a project of inquiry?
After that last post I think we all need a beautiful picture to gaze at for a while.
It is an exciting thing to be training for a field in which there is so much activity, change and motion. There is a sense that School Librarians are becoming much more integrated into the school landscape, as teaching staff with particular skills, rather than as adjuncts, but that this process is still developing. The […]