Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
Title: 國中學生對生物學的態度
Other Titles: Attitudes Toward Biology of Junior High School Students
Authors: 鄭湧涇
Issue Date: Oct-1998
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學研究發展處
Office of Research and Development
Abstract: 本研究以臺北地區4250位國中一年級學生為對象,應用自編之「對生物學的態度量表(ATBS)」,探討學生所具有之對生物學的態度與學生家庭變項及學校變項之間的關係。研究結果顯示,臺北地區國一學生之「對生物學的態度」尚稱積極正面,進一步的分析顯示,臺北縣學生之「對生物學的態度」顯著優於臺北市學生。「對生物學的態度」因學校類型的不同而異,大型學校學生之「對生物學的態度」較中、小型學校學生為佳。整體而言,男女生之「對生物學的態度」並無顯著差異,惟男生在S1分量表(對生物學的態度)的得分顯著高於女生。就全體樣本言,「對生物學的態度」與家長的職業並無顯著關係存在,惟大型及小型學校學生之「對生物學的態度」則有因家長職業的不同而異的現象,這個結果似乎指出家庭變項與「對生物學的態度」有相當密切的關係存在。另外,「對生物學的態度」與學業成就之間,有顯著的正相關存在,對生物學持比較正向態度的學生學業成就亦較佳。
In the present study, "Attitudes Toward Biology Scale (ATBS)" was used to investigate the atti-tudes toward biology of 4250 seventh grade students in the Taipei area. The relationships between stu-dent's attitudes toward biology and characteristics of schools and socioeconomic background of students were explored. The results of the study indicated that the attitudes toward biology of the subjects were positive. Further data analysis showed that the subjects from Taipei county exhibited better attitudes toward biology than the subjects from Taipei city. Significant differences in attitudes toward biology were found among three types of schools categorized by school size. The subjects of large school exhib-ited better attitudes toward biology than the subjects of medium and small schools. In general, there was no significant difference existed between male and female subjects on the scores of the ATBS and the three sub-scales except S1 sub-scale (attitudes to biology). While male subjects scored significantly higher than those of female subjects on S1 sub-scale. No statistically significant differences were found on attitudes toward biology among the subjects of different socioeconomic background for the entire subjects. However, significant differences on attitudes toward biology existed among the subjects of dif-ferent socioeconomic background in the large and small schools. These results indicated that there are relationships existing between students' attitudes toward biology and their socioeconomic status vari-ables. In addition, low but positive correlation was found between students' attitudes toward biology and scholastic achievements.
Other Identifiers: 26E43B41-2673-49C0-9652-5194522E7A98
Appears in Collections:師大學報

Files in This Item:
File SizeFormat 
ntnulib_ja_L0804_4302_037.pdf1.57 MBAdobe PDFView/Open

Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.