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Title: 以資訊六大技能強化知識之建構
Other Titles: Constructing Knowledge with The Big Six Skills
Authors: 林美英
Issue Date: Apr-2004
Publisher: 國立台灣師範大學圖書資訊研究所
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
Abstract: 當學習的速度、知識的吸收能量、與創新能力成為知識經濟時代下,個人競爭力的代言時,如何強化學生的學習能有成為教學的重要議題;而由知識的建構過程中落實學習能力的訓練被視為是有效的模式。資訊素養是個人由資訊的需求至應用,建構其知識的能力;而資訊六大技能(Big6 skills)則被視為培養資訊素養的最佳模式,也就是個人知識建構養成的最佳典範。資訊的獲得對於財務金融的活動是關鍵性的要素,資訊素養對於財金系學生而言也更顯得重要,本研究即以資訊六大技能為基礎,設計知識的建構流程,同時,融入合作學習理論,設計教學案例,展現財金知識建構的過程,亦即以全球網際網路為資訊源,結合Excel建構EVA模型,進行財金資訊的搜尋、整理、分析與應用,本案例可作為投資決策分極誤模式,以及學生資訊素養的程序訓練。
While learning speed, knowledge absorptive capacity, and innovation become the norm of competitiveness, how to strengthen students’ learning ability is critical issue for instructors. And process curriculum is considered as an efficiency instructional model to forge self-constructed knowledge ability. In order to solve our daily problems, the ability to identify, locate, evaluate, and to use information or knowledge from resources is becoming necessary, so-called information Literacy. Big 6 Skills is a process used in American schools to cultivate students’ information literacy, problem-solving ability, to build-up their ability for constructing knowledge as well. Financial information is as a predominant factor for financial activities as information literacy for students majoring in Finance. Combined with cooperative learning theory, this article proposes an instructional learning approach for constructing financial knowledge, which uses Big6 Skills as a process. Starting from searching IMB’ financial data through the WWW, creating EVA model for analyze, evaluating that information, and use it. The approach could be taken as a decision-making for investment, also for strengthen information literacy.
Other Identifiers: E8C082B8-DFB7-AFFB-0DF7-F9BE6B4E011E
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