The habit of reading books is formed from childhood, and the role of school in creating this habit is very important.

The school library is a center for all kinds of educational activities that are necessary for the comprehensive development of students.

It is said that the library is the heart of the school and the school is lifeless without a physical library. The habit of reading takes shape from childhood, and after school, the school is the second environment that should prepare the child for this habit.

For many children, school is the first place to introduce them to reading and writing materials, because either because of the illiteracy of their parents or because they are not used to studying, children do not have the opportunity to have useful experiences of reading in the family.

Many of these parents are not even aware of the importance of reading and libraries, and believe that if their children go to a "good" school - a school that, according to them, shows that it has the highest enrollment rate at the university - everything for a "good" life. - which, in their opinion, can be summed up in having a decent job and a high income - they teach.

Not surprisingly, the highest rate of reading in our country is related to the study of textbooks, especially pre-university books. This attitude towards books and libraries is common in the country's capital and in affluent families, and what is happening in the villages and towns of deprived areas that have the least facilities for their children's education.

This thinking is more or less common among teachers and school principals, because: "In program-oriented educational systems that rely on a single textbook and use memorized mechanical methods, reading beyond textbooks is neither recommended nor recommended." "Such a prediction ... In such a case, teachers and students need extensive knowledge, human resources and education only to the content of the textbook, and evaluation is based on the unilateral transfer of the same content."

In such a one-dimensional education system, children are brought up only in the cognitive realm and their strength is in their memory. This system is teacher-centered, and the teacher can easily do the job by transferring the content of the textbook to the student, and he is obviously afraid of the challenge that the student learns by presenting what he has read in a non-textbook. But the system is doomed to extinction all over the world because it sees the failure of generations of young graduates - those with a "good" education, a "good" job and a "good" income - in family life and the management of the jobs entrusted to them. Research has shown that these disabilities are the result of one-dimensional cognitive development and lack of nurturing in other areas of education, such as social and emotional-attitudes.

On the other hand, the advancement of information and communication technology, which has facilitated public access to knowledge and information, brought the teacher down from the throne of absolute knowledge, that is, the position he held in this teacher-centered system, and placed him next to the students. With the help of technology, they can easily access information that does not fit into the limited capacity of the teacher's knowledge, the textbook. And if your teacher lacks research skills and the use of virtual networks, he or she will not be able to distinguish between the vast amount of information that Internet learners find on the Internet. So today, in the whole world, there is a "learning-learning-circuit" training that replaces teacher-circuit training, and fostering problem-solving skills instead of memorizing.

In such circumstances, the library is considered the heart of the school, and all the current, future, and future activities of a school are organized in its library. The center's library is a variety of printed and non-printed materials, tailored to the school's goals and the needs of students and teachers. It is also a learning center, and students can study and move forward according to their growth rate and abilities. In addition, it is a teaching center. Teachers and librarians jointly organize educational programs based on available resources. At the same time, it is a center of guidance and guidance. It pays attention to the needs and interests of students and helps them in their field of interest. It is also a center for filling leisure time and connecting "students" with other similar centers. Electronic literacy is also equipped.

Similarly, textbooks are based on students' personal research and study, so it is no longer the teacher's job to pass on textbook information to students, but to learn how to research, identify resources, and how to use them.

Today, the library is no longer one of the benefits of quality schools, but a necessity for all schools. Neglecting it is like emptying the space for harmful and harmful advertising tools in the virtual world, this time targeting another dimension of the character of our future generation, and that is the emotional-attitude dimension. This system is more comprehensive than the educational system, because in many small towns and villages that do not have a library or even a school, there is a Internet cafe and access to mobile internet, so the risk of damage to this tool is very close: just call. Clarify the companionship that you see today in the hands of all sections of society of all ages.

About Library:

The library has a suitable environment for students to study. At present, the library has more than ... Information sources including Persian, English, French, English and Persian educational CD books, etc.

Library function is open-ended, meaning that students can freely access whatever they want. All students are members of this library and can use the library every day from 7:30 to 15:45, and each time they can borrow a book for 7 days and can take more time if needed. Extend yourself.

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