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A Study of Constructing E-learning Environment of Life Education for Vocational High School Students in Taiwan
|Authors:||葉 榮 木|
Life education has become one of the major tasks promoted and implemented by the Ministry of Education in Taiwan. Currrently, in the elementary and junior high school have all provided this courses , and be initiated by the county Bureau of Education. However, in the tertiary education, life education have been included in the general education. Besides, it is not included in the curriculum of vocational schools. Therefore, the main purpose of this study was to establish an e-learning platform to promote the life education for the vocational high education schools. The survey method was utilized to investigate the demands of promoting life education with e-learning. The establishment of the e-learning platform was completed through the system development. The curriculum of life education for the e-learning was designed by way of the content analysis with relevant literature and teaching materials. Finally, a quasi-experimental method was conducted to examine the effectiveness of students’ learning life education complemented by e-learning. A questionnaire survey was designed and administered to ascertain any relationship that existed among the 8 dimensions of life education by e-learning. Subjects were 1090 students in 109 vocational schools. The response rate was about 88%. The research results indicated that “the e-learning environment” affected “the demands of e-learning,” “the network virtual personality,” “network behaviors,” and “the network life education.” A quasi-experimental method was conducted to explore the teaching and learning effectiveness of life education through e-learning. The finding suggested that there were significant differences between the experimental group and the control group, indicating that it is feasible and valuable to apply e-learning to implement the life education.
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