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Effectiveness on the media literacy educational intervention in dietary behavior in elementary school :an example of students of higher-grade elementary school in Changhua County.
elementary school students
media literacy education
The objective of this study was to utilize a media literacy educational intervention program designed and developed using student-centered teaching methods that combined with theory of planned behavior and social cognitive theory. We expected that the study would make exploration in the effectiveness of intervention program on media literacy skill, dietary knowledge, dietary attitudes and dietary behavior for students of high-grade elementary school students. A quasi-experimental research design is with pre-test, post-test and post-post-test to compare the differences between experimental and control groups after the intervention program. Experimental group (n=117) received the intervention, while the control group (n=117) didn't receive intervention. The intervention lasted for six weeks and one unit per week. A closedended pretest-posttest and another follow-up test after one month were administered. The results indicated that there were statistically significant differences and excellent effectiveness on improving media literacy skill, dietary knowledge, attitudes, dietary behavior by using the teaching design of media literacy educational intervention program. The students of experimental group had positive attitude towards the teaching process. They also agreed that there was a great help. Over 80% of students favored the teaching methods contributing to the understanding of nutrition knowledge, building of positive attitudes toward nutrition and enabling them to have greater confidence to achieve health dietary behavior. This teaching model may be implemented on campus and used to replace traditional nutrition lecture methods by combining with healthy and physical field programs.
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