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Research on the Influences of Problem-based Learning (PBL) on Senior High School’s Lifesaving Course
Lin Ching Ping
Wu Yi Ju
PBL (problem-based learning)
PE class in high school is the most suitable time to build up students’ correct skills in athletics and concept of lifelong exercise. Hence, PBL emphasizing on real life experience and active learning, can answer to the latest education trend. This research aimed to compare the differences of students’ performance, including cognition, emotion and skill, between the PBL and traditional teaching. This research adopted quasi-experiment method, taking 74 students from a municipal senior high school as research subjects. These 74 students were divided into two groups, one group received PBL and another traditional teaching. After 12 experimental lessons of lifesaving courses, students’ grades in pre-test and post-test as learning achievement were and analyzed statistically with t-test. The results were as follows: 1. PBL and Traditional teaching method could effectively promote students’ cognitional, emotional, and skilled learning performance. 2. Students receiving PBL do better than those receiving traditional teaching on cognitive and emotional test. 3. Genders did not cause differences in learning performance between PBL and traditional teaching. These suggestions were made to three: 1. Show teaching plan should include learning of skill in PBL. 2. Adopt different teaching methods to eliminate students’ low achievements in emotion. 3. Data bank of teaching materials should be built up in PBL.
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