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Title: 應用建造主義提升高中學生核心素養-以手機拍攝地理影片為例
The Application of Constructionism for Promoting the Core Competencies of Senior High School Students through Student-created Videos in a Geography Course
Authors: 陳哲銘
Chen, Che-Ming
Chen, Chien-Wei
Keywords: 建造主義
making video
core competencies
geographic education
Issue Date: 2020
Abstract: 本研究呼應當今學校教育應培養學生「核心素養」的教育風潮,嘗試應用「建造主義」於高中地理課程設計,希望藉由建造主義提出的教學理念,搭配十二年國教倡導的核心素養,結合時下高中生擅長的手機拍片與公開分享,設計一份能提升學生核心素養的地理實察教案。本研究設計「地理眼看世界」影片製作專題課程,於108學年的高一開設多元選修課進行教學實驗,研究採用多元的評量工具,如核心素養量表、影片評分規準與課後回饋問卷等量化工具,並結合研究者的參與觀察及同學的訪談回饋等質性分析,共同評估學生核心素養的學習成效。 研究結果發現,結合建造主義與手機拍影片的地理實察課程可以提升學生的核心素養,訓練解決問題所需要的各項能力,更可獲得成就感與特殊體驗,有效達成將知識轉化為生活中的實踐和引發持續學習熱情的教育目標。
According to recent education innovation, school education now focuses on promoting students’ core competencies. Therefore, the aim of this study is to apply “Constructionism” to design a field study course of geography in the senior high school. The students’ core competencies could therefore be promoted through making video by smart phones in the field. A geography course for grade 10 named “Geo eye through the world” was designed for the teaching experiment. The research uses multiple assessment tools to evaluate the students’ learning achievements of core competencies, such as the questionnaire of core competencies, video grading rubric, and after-class feedback questionnaire. Qualitative analysis was also conducted through the researcher’s participative observations and students’ interview feedback. The result shows that this “Geo eye through the world” geography course not only promotes students’ core competencies, but also lets them practice the skills of problem solving. Moreover, they gain a sense of accomplishment and special life experience. The goals of applying the knowledge into life and maintaining the enthusiasm of learning were achieved.
Other Identifiers: G060323014L
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