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The Research in the Important Evaluation to the Programming of Children Summer Camp from the Different Types of Parents in Taipei Elementary School
Summer camps provided various ways of learning for children. However, there was no relevant regulation to control summer camps. The purposes of the study were: 1. to study programming factors of children summer camp. 2. to discuss the importance of summer camps from the different types of parents. The study collected data from literature review and survey. Through analyzing relevant program planning theories, the researcher concluded the programming factors of children summer camp. Moreover, the researcher discussed relevant regulation to analyze the factors of important evaluation for children summer camp.The samples of study were randomly selected from parents whose children had studied in elementary school in Taipei. The sampling period was in June, 2007. The study delivered 890 questionnaires, and got 453 subjects. The results of this study were: 1.there were nine factors of important evaluation for children summer camp, which were the organizer, the goal and objective, program arrangement, facilities and equipment, price, human resource, risk management, promotion, program evaluation. 2. the grade, affiliation, the relation with children, age of parents, educational level of parents, the number of children, the family month income, the occupation of parents and the location of their residence had significant difference on the factors of important evaluation for children summer camp. The gender of children didn’t show the significant difference on the factors of important evaluation for children summer camp. The results suggested parents and the organizer to choose or plan the children summer camp.
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