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A Study of the Influence of Implementing LEGO Instructional Programs on Children’s Creativity at Elementary School Technology Curriculums
LEGO Instructional Programs
This study aimed to investigate the practicability of the “LEGO Instructional Programs” and the learning efficiency in the elementary school’s technology curriculums and influences of children’s creativity while applying “LEGO Instructional Programs.” Quasi-experimental, control-group pretest-posttest design was used in this study. Two 6th grader classes with seventy students in total from Dong-Hai elementary school, Taitung County were selected as the research sample of this study. The classes were further divided into the experimental group and the control group. The experimental group received the instruction is based on “LEGO Instructional Program”; on the other hand, the control group received “Traditional Instruction.” After six weeks instructional methodology given (Twenty –four classes period), we compare with these two groups students between the learning efficiency of technology curriculums and influences of students’ creativities. The results of this study showed as follows: (1) “LEGO Instructional Programs” can be applied to the elementary school’s technology curriculums. (2) “LEGO Instructional Programs” can increase children’s instructional effectiveness at elementary school technology curriculums. (3) “LEGO Instructional Programs” can increase the part abilities of children’s creativity.
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