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Winning Teams’ Key Success Factors in Junior High School Living Technology Contests
Living technology contest
Key success factors
The 80/20 rule states that most (about 80%) of the impacts are caused by a few (about 20%) events, The few factors most influencing success are the key success factors (KSFs). The purpose of this study was to investigate the KSFs in junior high school living technology contests. The results would be beneficial to the future teams participating in living technology contests and can be applied to the instruction of living technology. Through interviews, the KSFs of winning teams in the three stages─teaming, training and compe-tition-were examined. The interviewees of the study were the 11 teachers and 12 students who won awards in the following three living technology con-tests held in the 2015 academic year: Taipei City, New Taipei City and na-tion-wide. Consequently, the following KSFs are drawn: (1) In the teaming stage, the school should support the teams. The team should be built earlier to guarantee better cohesion and teamworkship. Students should be selected by teachers. Based on their hands-on skills. (2) In training stage, the students should be well-trained in the applications of tools. The teams should have enough training time to practice different variables and make projects. Stu-dents should also enhance their problem solving skills through simulated contests. (3) In competition stage, the teachers should appropriately encour-age their students. The students should finish their projects as soon as possi-ble so that they have time to double check their projects in the contest.
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