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  1. 賴映秀(2012)。淡江大學教師學習社群之個案研究。淡江大學會計學系碩士班學位論文。2012。1-147。 
  2. 郭文品(2014)。導入行動支援系統對中學實習教師形成實務社群與專業認同之影響:以智慧型手機為例。交通大學教育研究所學位論文。2014。1-131。 
  3. 李弘善(Hung-Shan Li);劉湘瑤(Shiang-Yao Liu);陳麗淑(Li-Shu Chen);葉庭光(Ting-Kuang Yeh);葉佳承(Chia-Cheng Yeh)(2017)。教師參與海洋環境教育專業發展方案的投入程度:關注階層架構之運用。教育科學研究期刊。62(3)。95-124。 
  4. 戴文雄(David W. S. Tai);王裕德(Yu-Te Wang);王瑞(Ray Wang);陳嘉苓(Jia-Ling Chen)(2016)。翻轉教學式合作學習對生活科技實作課程學習成效影響之研究。科學教育學刊。24(1)。57-88。 
  5. 陳慧蓉(2009)。高中探究式化學實驗模組開發與實施之評鑑影響-實務型參與式評鑑之實徵性研究。臺灣師範大學科學教育研究所學位論文。2009。1-273。
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