Wednesday, November 2, 2005

An Evaluation of the Lib Services in Relation to an Interdisciplinary Approach to Instruction at the Grade Sch Department of St. Scholastica's College


Course: Master of Arts in Library Science

School: University of Santo Tomas, Philippines

Subject Area: Library Services - Evaluation

Year of Graduation: 2005  

The instructional program of the Grade School Department of St. Scholastica's College, Manila concretizes the school's philosophy and objectives in terms of its content, processes and approaches and the values intrinsic to the subject areas, current realities grew into maturity and expressed themselves in a "living curriculum." The "living curriculum" became the heart of an innovation called "interdisciplinary Approach to Instruction" (IAI). This new paradigm calls for the decentralization of teaching-learning into workplace settings, a greater emphasis on collaborative teaching strategies among teachers and librarians on solving real world problems using concepts and skills for multiple subject areas. The study aims to determine the efficiency of the different library services of the Learning Resource Center (LRC) in relation to an inderdisciplinary approach to instruction at the Grade School Department of St. Scholastica's College, Manila.


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