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|Other Titles:||A Study of the Effects of Modular Teaching Aids on Learners’ Engineering Concept Learning|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of Technology Application and Human Resource Development
|Abstract:||本文旨在探討模組教具對學生的工程概念學習成效之影響，以提供學校日後推動工程教育之參考。本研究對象為臺北市立某高中二年級10 個班級的學生，共計417 人，分為實驗組209 人，控制組208 人。主要研究方法為準實驗研究法，並採用不等組前後測實驗設計，以模組教具教學單元-機械獸、學習單及工程概念學習成效評量表為研究工具。在資料分析方面，利用SPSS 20.0 for Windows 進行平均數、標準差、獨立樣本單因子共變數分析及獨立樣本雙因子共變數分析。研究結果發現，模組教具應用對學生的工程概念學習成效優於傳統教學，模組教具應用對學生的工程限制概念及工程最佳化概念學習成效沒有顯著影響，模組教具應用對將近四成學生的工程預測分析學習成效優於傳統教學。|
This study was to examine how modular teaching aids influenced different learners’ engineering concepts. This also served as a reference for schools to promote engineering education. The research subjects of this study were ten classes of eleventh graders from a Taipei Municipal Senior High School. They totaled 417 people with 209 people as an experimental group and 208 people as a control group. The major research method was characterized by a quasi-experimental research design and apre-post-test design. The research tools and instruments included the modular teaching aids-oriented instructional units—mechanical beasts, worksheets, and Engineering Concept Test. Concerning the analysis of the research data, this study utilized SPSS Statistics 20.0 for Windows not only to calculate the average and standard deviation but also to perform one-way ANCOVA and two-way ANCOVA. The major research findings were: (1) the modular teaching aids assisted the students significantly better in learning engineering concepts than the traditional teaching modes; (2) the application of the modular teaching aids exerted no significant impact on the students’ learning of both constraint concepts and optimization concepts in engineering; (3) the modular teaching aids were more conducive to approximately forty percent of the students’ learning of predictive analysis concepts in engineering than the traditional teaching modes.
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