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Effects of Dynamic Media on Course of Abstract Concept for Vocational High School Students in Electronic Department
Vocational Education Instruction
The purpose of this study is to explore the influences of learning effects on dynamic media on an abstract-concept course for senior high vocational school students in the electronic department. To achieve the study purpose, Quasi-Experimental method was used for one second-grade class divided into both an experimental group and a control group from a Taipei-city-private senior high vocational school in the electronic department. The instruction was conducted within four weeks. The experimental group which was taught through a dynamic media instruction that designed by Chi-Li Information Company and the other control group which was taught through a non-dynamic media instruction. The result of this study were evaluated both with a self-developed test and a setesfactory questionnaire. Subsequently, the data of this study was analyzed by descriptive statistics, and t test. Consequently there were two conclusions obtained as follows: 1. The dynamic media improved the studying benefit for the student to the teaching of abstract concept, and which also reached the significant difference level (p<.05). 2. The students using dynamic media’s instruction hold a positive attitude. The study also purposed some suggestions for administrators, teachers and future researchers.
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