Seg | 01.11.10
The librarians in the case studies continually worked to move beyond their current success, challenging themselves and their program, rather than simply repeating what they had done. This is in contrast to a more traditional approach where, once a lesson, an activity, or an event is successful, it is repeated, becoming a routine. The repetition is understandable, but it does not address important nuances that require adaptation.
These teacher-librarians did not turn successes into routines.
Exemplary school libraries in Ontario (2009) Canada