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A Study on the Learning Achievement of the Introduction to Computer Science by E-Learning for Vocational High Schools Students
vocational high school
introduction to computer- science
With the main purpose to understand the teaching effects of e-learning on the vocational high school students, this research mainly explored the results of the e-learning approach and the traditional approach ( lecture& operation) to the course of Introduction to Computer Science. Students were divided into two groups. One group of students as the independent variable learned in the way of traditional approach while the other did as controlled variable in the way of e-learning. The experiment lasted 10 weeks, which included 3 parts of tests on the performances of students in light of variables: 1. Basic concept of Computing Fundamentals； 2. Ability to Key Applications； 3. Faculty about the Living On- line.According to the structure and design of the research, the first-grade students from the two groups attended 10-week courses separately. Afterwards, they had to take simulation tests about the Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) Test to compare the differences among the variables. Based on the analysis of SPSS software, the results are as follows: 1.The students attending e-learning course performed better than those who learned in the way of traditional teaching approach. 2.The learning achievement of experimental group was significantly better than compared group. 3. After experimental instruction, the students of experimental group felt satisfactory. 4. e-learning system can help student promote their decision-making ability. Therefore, e-learning system can be an available media for assisting student in learning. and makes students learn to the fullest.
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