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The Relationship Between Self-Efficacy and Learning Outcome in the Capstone Project at Vocational High Schools: The Mediating Effect of Self-Regulated Learning
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between learning outcome of capstone project course and self-efficacy in the student of electronics and electrical engineering in vocational high schools with the mediator effect of self-regulated learning. The sample included 313 electronics and electrical engineering students in Taipei city. A questionnaire was developed to collect data and descriptive statistics, person’s product-moment correlation, and multiple regression analysis were utilized to analyze them. The major conclusions were summarized as followings：1. Electronics and electrical engineering students’ self-efficacy and self-regulated learning was significantly correlated to their learning outcome. 2. Students’ self-efficacy and self-regulated learning had a predictive power on their learning outcome. 3. Students’ self-regulated learning was full mediation in their learning outcome. According to the conclusions, this study provided suggestions for education administration authorities, schools, and vocational high schools on topics of capstone project course design, teaching, electronics and electrical engineering students and future research. Suggestions such asteachers could emphasize on problem-solving skills as designing capstone sourse and perform a role of facilitator during students learning process.
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