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A Case Study on the Application of the Junyi Academy to the Teaching of Junior High School Teachers in Yillan County
the Junyi Academy
junior high school teachers
application to teaching
This study aimed to investigate the various aspects of the application of the Junyi Academy to the teaching of junior high school teachers and analyze the differences contributed by the background variables of the subjects. Based on the research questions and literature review, the study adopted an integrated approach to data-gathering by surveying all forty-eight teachers in a junior high school in Yilan County and interviewing three of them. The following key findings emerged from the quantitative and qualitative data of the study: 1. The majority of the subjects still gave lectures in a traditional way. Some of them used the Junyi Academy as a tool to facilitate their teaching without integrating it into their teaching. The results also showed that students did not initiate self-learning on the Academy after class. 2. The subjects used the Academy in their teaching primarily because of its technological characteristics. 3. Significant differences created by the subjects’ professional posts, employment titles, and conditions of using web browsers technologies were observed only in the item of “having browsed the Junyi Academy or not,” while other background variables showed no difference. Based on the above findings, the study may provide implications that will inform future research, pedagogical practice, and policy-making.
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