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dc.contributorHow-Gao Hsuen_US
dc.contributor.authorChia-Li Wuen_US不公開
dc.description.abstract本研究旨在瞭解臺灣高中職實用技能學程教師工作滿意度之情況。本研究採問卷調查法,研究過程係透過參考相關文獻及瞭解實用技能學程意教師工作現況,彙整後建立研究之理論假構,並自編「臺灣高中職實用技能學程教師工作滿意度調查問卷」,以作為研究工具,問卷對象為98學年度高中職實用技能學程教師。 本研究問卷回收後,經資料處理及SPSS套裝軟體以電腦分析889份有效樣本使用次數、百分比與排序、單一樣本t檢定、及單因子變異數分析做分析考驗,獲得研究結果如下: 一、高中職實用技能學程教師對其工作達普通之程度。 二、不同背景變項之實用技能學程教師,其對工作滿意度具有顯著差異。 最後,根據研究結論對教師、學校、教育主管機關與後續研究者提出具體之建議。zh_TW
dc.description.abstractAbstract The purpose of this study was determined teachers’ job satisfaction level in Pragmatic Skill Program of Senior High Schools and Vocational High Schools in Taiwan. Research data were collected through the methods of literature review and questionnaire, and analyzed the data to build up the questionnaire of the Job Satisfactions of Pragmatic Skill Program teachers in Senior High Schools and Vocational High Schools. The sample was selected by the academic year 98 Skill Program teachers in Senior High Schools and Vocational High Schools. The samples included 889 teachers randomly selected from every country in Taiwan. Research tools are using SPSS for windows include descriptive statistics, the t-test, one-way ANOVA, and Scheffe method. Conclusions are summarized blew: 1. The Pragmatic Skill Program teachers are generally moderate with their job. 2. Regarding job satisfaction, there are significant differences variance in personal different background variable of Skill Program teachers in Senior High Schools and Vocational High Schools. Based on the findings, we submit suggestions for teachers, schools, administration department of education and future research.en_US
dc.subjectPragmatic Skill Programen_US
dc.subjectTeachers’ job satisfactionen_US
dc.titleA Study for Job Satisfaction of Pragmatic Skill Program Teachers at Senior High Schools and Senior Vocational High Schools in Taiwanen_US
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