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A Study on the Satisfactory Degree of the Technique Creativity Training and the Competition for National Senior High Vocational School Students
senior high vocational school
the Technique Creativity Training and the Competition Activities for the National Senior High Vocational School
This research aims to investigate the satisfactory degree of The Technique Creativity Training and the Competition for National Senior High Vocational School Students and to achieve three following objectes: 1. Analysis of the situation and background of the students participated the activities. 2. Analysis of the satisfactory degree both for learning and activities and their sequences. 3. Analysis of the differential satisfactory degree for the students participated from various background. Based on the relevant information collected from published documents and historical data, one questionnaire about the satisfactory degree of “The Technique Creativity Training and the Competition Activities for the National Senior High Vocational School Students” was developed. It mainly emphasizes three elements as follows: 1. Students’ data including school background, personal background and family background, etc. 2. The questionnaire of the satisfactory degree for the learning activities including 2 factors---teaching, and curriculum material, student learning outcome. 3. The questionnaire of the satisfactory degree for the activities including 4 factors ---activities instruction, service centre, environment equipments and process. The result shows that participating students rate the overall learning process and activities are positive. Moreover the satisfactory degree of central Taiwan is higher than other districts, and it will be varied from different backgrounds, such as sex, district, public and privacy school, student performance, family support and so on. According to the result, the researcher will provide the organizers, schools, teachers, and the participating students with relevant information and suggestions. In addition, the study will be available to whom who would like to conduct future studies.
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