Lange Bonnie, Magee Nancy & Montgomery Steven (2003). Â« Does Collaboration Boost Student Learning? Â». School Library Journal, janvier. En ligne : <http://www.schoollibrar ... &articleid=CA300727>.
Added by: Laure Endrizzi (01 Jan 1970 01:00:00 Europe/Paris)
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Keywords: Canada, Ă©ducation Ă l'information
Creators: Lange, Magee, Montgomery
Collection: School Library Journal
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Under pressure from shrinking budgets and government demands for accountability, today's school administrators need compelling data that every program in the school has a positive impact on student learning. The library media center is no exception. Teachers and administrators must see a clear-cut relationship between library programs and improved student achievement.
Telling our story is not enough; it is essential that we document the impact our work has on students. Gathering evidence allows us to speak the data-driven language of district, state, and federal administrators, whose decisions to allocate resources directly influence library services. Moreover, librarians can use the evidence collected to examine and improve our own performance and to build archives of best practices to share with others.
One way for librarians to help assess student learning, and demonstrate the effectiveness of our efforts, is by collecting and analyzing data about our collaborative partnerships with teachers. During the 2002â€“2003 school year, we conducted an action research project to do just that. (...)
Added by: Laure Endrizzi