Shake, Rattle, and Role!: The Effects of Professional Community on the Collaborative Role of the School Librarian

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 2000 - 130 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER THREE METHOD
41
CHAPTER FOUR DATA ANALYSIS
60
CHAPTER FIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
102

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activities Adjusted R2 Adopt Collab Plan American Library Association amount of collaboration amount of instructional amount of professional analysis ANOVA Table bivariate regression classroom teachers Coefficient Standard Error collaboration reported collaboration with classroom collaborative instructional collaborative planning collaborative role correlation criterion variable Cronbach's Alpha curriculum delivering instruction Deusen and Tallman DF Sum Donham van Deusen Education effects Error Standard Coefficient factors flexible schedule frequency of collaboration Haycock Hypothesis Information Power information skills instructional collaboration Kruse Lessons librarians and classroom library media program Library Media Quarterly library media specialist Library Power sample Library Power survey Loertscher Mean Square F measure media centers multiple-content area units Newmann and Wehlage Numbermissing organizational capacity participation PCLibrarians PCPrincipals PCTeachers performed plan and design predicted predictor variable principals professional community scores questions Regression Coefficients Regression Summary reliability responses RMS Residual scale school climate school librarians school librarianship school library literature school library media school professional community school reform SchoolPC significant relationship significantly Squares Mean Square staff Standard Error Standard student learning Sum of Squares Teacher/Librarian Instruction Teacher/Librarian Planning teachers and school team teaching tested Value P-Value Value Regression Zweizig

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