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comprehensive senior high school
business management program
the satisfactory degree of learning
The research is to find out how business-related courses are taken in comprehensive senior high school in Taichung and Nantou areas in taiwan, and discuss how satisfied the students of comprehensive senior high school in Taichung and Nantou areas are with these business-related courses they have taken. First, the business-related courses and the students’ satisfaction in taking these courses were surveyed. Then, the differences in the satisfactory degree of learning these students with different backgrounds had made were analyzed after these students took the business-related courses. Finally, the influence(s) the students’ personal backgrounds as well as their family backgrounds had had on their satisfactory degree of learning was discussed. According to the research result, suggestions have thus been made to provide as a reference for the relevant authorities to enhance students’ satisfaction in learning as well as improve the business-related courses of comprehensive senior high school. Based on the above purposes, the relevant literature was first explored to find out the current situation of how the business-related courses in comprehensive senior high school are taken, along with the relevant theories and researches regarding students’ satisfaction in learning. Then, a self-designed questionnaire of “How Satisfied the Students of comprehensive Senior High School in Taichung and Nantou Areas are with the Business-related Courses They Have Taken” was distributed to the third-year students who took business-related courses. A general investigation approach was employed. 1300 copies of questionnaires were distributed while 937 of returned copies were valid; the percentage of validity was 72.0%. Then, these valid questionnaires were statistically analyzed with frequency distribution, percentage, average, standard deviation, t test,ANOVA analysis of variance (single-factor ANOVA), and Scheffe’s method. And, the conclusions are as follows. First, the satisfactory degree of learning these business-related courses the students of complex senior high school in Taichung and Nantou areas have taken are “Acceptable / O.K.”, yet more close to “Satisfactory”. These students are most satisfied with “learning achievement” while least satisfied with “learning environment”. Second, as a whole, the satisfactory degree of learning these business-related courses the students of comprehensive senior high school in Taichung and Nantou areas have taken, including teachers’ teaching, peer relationships, learning achievement, courses and learning materials, learning environment, tends to be lower than 4 points which stand for the standard of satisfaction.Third, these students have made tremendous differences in the satisfactory degree of learning due to their different schools, genders, motivation in choosing the business-related courses, interest in learning, licenses, career planning, intellectual scores, and their aptitude tests being taken or not. Fourth, these students have also made significant differences in the satisfactory degree of learning on the grounds that these students’ relationships with their parents or custodians are different as well as their parents’ or custodians’ expectations on their education vary. At last, based on the research analysis, suggestions have been made to provide schools, teachers, administrative authorities of education, and researchers for their reference in the future.
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