publication . Article . 2015

The Effects of Teacher and Teacher-librarian High-end Collaboration on Inquiry-based Project Reports and School Monthly Test Scores of Fifth-grade Students

Hai-Hon Chen;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jul 2015 Journal: Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences, volume 52, issue 3, pages 299-336
  • Publisher: Tamkang University Press
The purpose of this study was twofold. The first purpose was to establish the high level collaboration of integrated instruction model between social studies teacher and teacher-librarian. The second purpose was to investigate the effects of high-end collaboration on the individual and groups’ inquiry-based project reports, as well as monthly test scores of fifth-grade students. A quasi-experimental method was adopted, two classes of elementary school fifth graders in Tainan Municipal city, Taiwan were used as samples. Students were randomly assigned to experimental conditions by class. Twenty eight students of the experimental group were taught by the collabora...
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free text keywords: Social studies teacher, Teacher-librarian, High-end collaboration, Inquiry-based project report, School monthly test scores, lcsh:Bibliography. Library science. Information resources, lcsh:Z
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