Curriculum Library

A new puppet is "hanging out" in the Curriculum Library.  The opossum puppet will be meeting appointments later this quarter with school children.

 The Curriculum Library supports the School of Education and Psychology in preparing pre-service teachers.  A simulation of a small elementary school library encourages our students to incorporate children's trade books into their lessons.  A K-12 textbook collection assists education students in lesson planning and using alternative textbooks to meet different needs.  Hands-on learning materials remind the pre-service teachers to making learning concrete and enjoyable.  Computers, color scanner, color printer, photocopier, 25-inch laminator, and a die cutter with dies for letters and shapes can be used to make books and games.  Large tables are great for spreading out your work, group study, and workshops.  All Walla Walla University students and employees, regardless of major or department, are welcome.  Area teachers and community members may also use most materials with a courtesy card issued by the main library.

Page maintained by Franice Stirling
Last update on January 21, 2015