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The Effects of the Participation in Outdoor Activities on Self-concept for Students on Remote Islands—A Case Study of a Junior High School in Penghu
students on remote islands
The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of the participation in outdoor activities on self-concept for students on remote islands. The subjects were the students in one of the islands in Penghu who fully participated in the outdoor activities. To achieve the objective mentioned above, questionnaire survey was adopted. According to the data, in-depth interview was conducted. The major findings were summarized as follows: 1. “Swimming and canoe activities” improved “physical self-concept,” “academic self-concept,” and “capacity self-concept.” 2. “Marine experience camping activities” improved “physical self-concept,” “academic self-concept,” and “school self-concept.” 3. In the process of participating in outdoor activities, students learned to observe, think, and gain confidence, sense of accomplishment and courage to try new things. 4. In the process of participating in outdoor activities, teamwork among students and the guide from coaches and teachers helped improve the motivation and willingness to participate in the activities. 5. In the process of participating in outdoor activities, building up a sense of security and livening up the atmosphere helped reduce the anxiety. Key words: self-concept, outdoor activities, students on remote islands
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