Resources for Collaboration and Inquiry-based Learning


The following sources may be helpful as you continue your research of the role of collaboration in inquiry learning:

Previously cited works:

Audet, Richard H. and Linda K. Jordan, eds. Integrating Inquiry Across the Curriculum. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2005.

Donaldson, Gordon A. and David R. Sanderson. Working Together in Schools: A Guide for Educators. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 1996.

Fishbaugh, Mary Susan. Models of Collaboration. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 1997.

Holtze, Terri L. "50+ Ways to Reach Your Faculty." Denver, CO: ACRL Poster Conference, 2001. 25 October 2007

Logan, Debra Kay. "Strategies for Developing Teacher Contacts or How To Pester Your Teachers." 2000-2007. 26 October 2007

"Powerful Partnership: Your School Librarian and You." 25 October 2007

Rowe, Glenda Smith. "Collaboration: It's a Gamble on a Fixed Schedule." Knowledge Quest 35.4 (March/April 2007): 44-46.

Turner, Philip M. A School Library Media Specialist's Role: Helping Teachers Teach. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1993.

Wasman, Ann M. New Steps to Service: Common-Sense Advice for the School Library Media Specialist. Chicago: American Library Association, 1998.

Additional works:
Websites "The Inquiry Page is more than a website. It's a dynamic virtual community where inquiry-based education can be discussed, resources and experiences shared, and innovative approaches explored in a collaborative environment." "Planning guides and teaching techniques plus activities and projects for working with youth and technology."

Books and articles

Fogarty, R. How to integrate the curricula. Arlington Heights, IL: SkyLight Professiona Development, 2002.

Friend, M., and L. Cook. Interactions: Collaboration Skills for School Professionals, 2nd ed. White Plains, NY: Longman Publishers, 1996.

Glatthorn, R.J. "Cooperative Professional EDevelopment: Peer-Centered Options for Teacher Growth." Educational Leadership 45.3 (1987): 31-35.

Idol, L, Nevin, A., and P. Paolucci-Whitcomb. Collaborative Consultation. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed, 1994.

Johnson, S.M. Teachers at work: Achieving success in our schools. New York: Basic Books, 1990.

Leggett, D., and S. Hoyle. "Preparing Teachers for Collaboration." Educational Leadership 45.30 (1987): 58-63.

Morsink, C.V., C.C. Thomas, and V.I. Correa. Interactive Teaming: Consultation and Collaboration in Special Programs. New York: Merrill-Macmillan Publishing Co., 1991.

Pugach, M.C., and L.J. Johnson. Collaborative Practitioners Collaborative Schools. Denver: Love Publishing Co., 1995.

West, J.F., L. Idol, L, and G. Cannon. Collaboration in the Schools. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed, 1989.

The following sources may be helpful as you continue your research of inquiry-based learning:

(2000). Inquiry Resources. San Francisco, Exploratorium.

(2000). Inquiry Learning Forum. Bloomington, Indiana University.

Callison, Daniel and Leslie Preddy. (2006). The Blue Book and Information Age Inquiry, Instruction and Literacy. Portsmouth, NH, Libraries Unlimited.

David S. Jakes, Mark E. Pennington, Howard A. Knodle (2002). Using the Internet to Promote Inquiry-based Learning, Internet Innovations, Inc.

Falk, Beverly and Megan Blumenreich. (2005). The Power of Questions: A Guide to Teacher and Student Research, Portsmouth, NH, Heinemann.

Grotzer, T. (1998). The Keys to Inquiry, Smithsonian Institutions.

Hudspith, B. Teaching the Art of Inquiry. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

McDonald, J. T. (2001). Learning Together: A Collaboration Between Researcher and Classroom Teacher Usin Inquiry-Based Insturction. Lafayette, IN.

McKenzie, J. (2007). From Now On. Seattle, WA, Jamie McKenzie.

Sheingold, K. (1987). "Keeping Children's Knowledge Alive Through Inquiry." School library Media Quarterly 15(2): 80-85.

Valenza, J. (2007). Joyce Kasman Valenza. Erdenheim, PA, Joyce Valenza.

Wainwright, S. (2007). Center for Inqiry-Based Learning.

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