Children's Librarian: Main Duties and Responsibilities (02:14)
Tiffany Andrayo enjoys teaching young students how to respect books and use the library. Hear how libraries have evolved.
Children's Librarian: Career Beginnings (00:48)
After seven years of teaching, Andrayo decided to become a librarian so she could educate and enrich the lives of more than just one classroom of students.
Children's Librarian: Keys to Success (01:15)
Being able to multitask, being flexible, and having patience will benefit those wanting a career as a school librarian.
Children's Librarian: Education and Certification Requirements (01:22)
Bachelor's and master's degrees are required to be a school librarian. Andrayo discusses how she stays current with library trends.
Children's Librarian: Workplace Atmosphere (02:29)
As a faculty member, it is important to have good relationships with the other teachers. Andrayo explains why she believes the library is the heart of the school.
Children's Librarian: Advice for Aspiring Pros (01:26)
Andrayo shares why she feels this hard job with long hours is the most rewarding profession she can imagine.
Children's Librarian: A Day on the Job (02:22)
Andrayo arrives at school before the school children so the she can get administrative duties out of the way. Her varying schedule includes working with five classes a day.
Children's Librarian: Industry Goals and Services (01:22)
Hear some of the skills that children learn from today's school librarians including how to research a subject and recognize a fake website.
Children's Librarian: Industry Challenges (02:18)
Andrayo discusses the challenge of educating the public on what the modern library offers to lack of funding.
Children's Librarian: Looking at the Future (02:12)
Andrayo believes libraries will continue to be a place for families to come for books as well as continuing along the current path of preparing students for successful futures.
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