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The Study of Learners’ Learning Motivation and Learning Satisfaction in the Taipei City Community Colleges
The study discussed the learners’ learning motivation and the learning satisfaction of the Taipei city community colleges.It also compared the motivation differences which due to the different background variables. The quantitative and literature analysis were used to show the relationship between learning motivation and learning satisfaction. In the end of this study, we proposed suggestions, which could serve as a valuable reference to the relative authorities. In order to fulfill the research propose, the study contained two research methods. They were literature analysis and questionnaires. First, we collected relative studies and described the evolution of community college. We used the meaning, theory and level of learning motivation and learning satisfaction as the basic fundamental of the study. Second, based on the literature, examples , domestic and international measurements, we developd the「The survey of learners’ learning motivation and learning satisfacation degree in Taipei city community college」. Finally, we randomly selected one thousand one hundred and thirty-two students from twelve Taipei city community colleges as subjects for questionnaires. There were 877 students in the valid samples of the questionnaire and the valid return was 83.21%. The statistical techniques applied were descriptive statistic method, t-test one-way ANOVA and canonical correlation analysis. The major findings of this study are as follows First, the Taipei city community college learners were highly motivated on the average. Second, the Taipei city community college learners were highly satisfied on the average. Third, the background variables resulted in different learning motivation. Forth, the background variables resulted in different degrees of learning satisfaction Fifth, learning motivation and learning satisfaction were highly related with each other. Base on this study, we proposed eight suggestions to community colleges administrative authorities, Taipei city community colleges administrative authorities and following researchers for future studies.
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