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|Other Titles:||A Study of the Effects of Multiple Intelligences on Learning Achievements of Internet Project-based Learning|
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the "multiple intelligences" of elementary school students and project-based learning via the Internet, so called Internet project-based learning. The researchers collected 120 students from 6 primary schools; they were randomly separated into two groups. The experimental group was sub-divided in accordance with students' multiple-intelligences. The control group was sub-divided in accordance with academic achievement. After data analysis it was found that assessment of the multiple-intelligences-based group was superior to that of academic-achievement-based group. More specifically: the portfolio assessment of the multiple-intelligences-based group was superior to that of the academic-achievement-based group; there was a significant positive correlation between multiple intelligences and project-based learning process assessment; there was a significant positive correlation between multiple intelligences and project-based learning portfolio assessment. Furthermore, the scale of multiple intelligences was able to predict project-based learning assessment and Internet project-based learning results can be used to evaluate process assessment. We can also make use of the student's multiple intelligences to predict the Internet project-based learning results.
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