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    Title: A 20 Years Overview and Prospect of Interpretive Research in Taiwan: 1984-2003
    Authors: 陳維立;Wu, H. C.;Chen, W. J.
    Contributors: 淡江大學旅遊與旅館管理學系
    Keywords: program evaluation;environmental education;environmentbased education;partnerships;U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    Date: 2005-03
    Issue Date: 2011-10-20 09:34:25 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: National Association for Interpretation
    Abstract: The Prairie Science Class is a formal partnership between the
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Prairie Wetlands Learning
    Center and the Fergus Falls Independent School District 544.
    Its mission is to use the local prairie wetlands ecosystem as an
    integrating and motivating context to engage fifth-grade students
    in science, math, and writing through real world, fieldbased
    learning experiences. A formative program evaluation
    was conducted during the first year of its implementation to
    document program outcomes and areas for program
    improvement. A variety of quantitative and qualitative evaluation
    tools were used. The results of this evaluation suggest
    positive cognitive and affective outcomes, including concept
    attainment and skill development in science and writing; perceived
    learning in math; perceived skill growth in problem
    solving, technology, and working and communicating with
    others; and positive influences on students’ motivation toward
    learning, attitudes toward the prairie wetlands environment,
    and stewardship ethic.
    Relation: Journal of Interpretation Research 10(1), pp.59-66
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    Appears in Collections:[國際觀光管理學系全英語學士班] 期刊論文

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