Guidelines for Teacher Collaboration Network Development to Promote Information Literacy Skills of Secondary Students
The purposes of the research on Guidelines for Teacher Collaboration Network Development to Promote Information Literacy Skills of Secondary Students were 1) to study current teacher collaboration conditions to promote information literacy skills of secondary students, 2) to study factors causing teacher collaboration network to promote information literacy skills of secondary students, and 3) to study for guidelines for teacher. The research was implemented by using quantitative and qualitative research methods. The samples in this study were teachers working in 85 Schools under the supervision of the Secondary Educational Service Area Office 33, Surin Province. Statistics applied for data analysis were standard deviation, percentage, and mean. Research results were revealed as follows:
1) The mean of current teacher collaboration conditions to promote information literacy of secondary students was at the “most” level (mean = 4.55, SD = 0.60). Considering in terms of each aspect, it was found that the mean of teachers’ attitudes towards collaboration was at the “most” level (mean = 4.26, SD = 0.57).
2) The level of factors causing teacher collaboration network to promote information literacy skills of secondary students in overall was at the “much” level (mean = 4.49, SD = 0.61). In terms of each aspect, it was found that the aspect of school administrators’ understanding and knowledge in searching information was at the “most” level (mean = 4.68, SD = 0.56).
3) The study also found that development a collaboration network in schools, initiation of integrated teaching methods for all subjects, and supporting networks for activities outside schools can promote student information literacy skills.
Keywords: Guidelines; Collaboration network; Skill promotion; Information literacy; Secondary students
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