Min-Jin Lin's research while affiliated with National Dong Hwa University and other places

Publications (7)

Conference Paper
TINS (Theme-based Inquiry Network Studio) is a web-based learning environment that was designed and developed by the research team lead by the first author and financially supported by the National Science Council in Taiwan. In this study, the authors guided two undergraduate male students to design and develop concept cartoons of combustion. TINS...
Article
E-teac her community competition" (abbreviated as ETCC) had been held by the Educational Bureau of Hualien County (abbreviated as EBHC) consecutively for three years since 2008. EBHC, located in the eastern part of Taiwan, plays important roles in promoting school teachers' professional development. ETCC ran for 13 weeks from February to May. EBHC...
Article
The Educational Bureau of Hualien County (abbreviated as EBHC) in the eastern part of Taiwan plays important roles in promoting school teachers' professional development by holding an “e-teacher community competition” (abbreviated as ETCC) since February 2008. The participants not only designed and implemented a theme-based course, but also present...
Article
This paper describes the development of an e-learning community between two cross-county elementary schools via TINS (abbreviation for theme-based inquiry network studio). TINS is a web-based learning environment to help teachers apply technology into theme-based inquiry teaching and learning. The instruction model and outcomes were addressed in th...
Article
The purpose of this study was to apply a theme-based inquiry network studio (abbreviated as TINS) to conduct a theme-based inquiry learning under a theme Nano technology. TINS was designed, developed and implemented in this study and provided the scaffolding structures and a set of software tools to enhance the theme-based inquiry teaching, learnin...

Citations

... It includes learning activities in school and outdoors. In the past years, our research team has conducted many teaching experiments to validate the effects of theme-based inquiry teaching and learning, and we found that it was good for high-achievers, middle-achievers (Lin & Lin, 2005a) as well as lowachievement students (Lin & Lin, 2006). Moreover, it was effective to promote the professional development of teachers (Lin & Lin, 2005). ...