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|Other Titles:||A Study of Differences of the Spatial Ability for Students of Department of Mechanical Drawing in Vocational High School|
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The purpose of this research was: to analyze the differences of Spatial Ability that scale was administered on Mechanical Drawing (MD) students who were grouped by the four variables, including their school types (public and private), school locations (urban and rural), genders (male and female), and grades (first, second, and third). In order to achieve the above goals, this study also took literature review and scale test and panel discussion as its research tools. The modified Spatial ability Scale (SAS) presently in-school students who major in MD, The valid samples, in sum, total 1523. The main conclusions are as follows: The differences of students' spatial ability: 1.There is no distinctive difference between public school students and private school ones in their spatial ability. 2.Urban school students have significantly higher spatial ability than rural school ones. 3.Male students' spatial ability is significantly higher than female ones'. 4.There is no distinctive difference in SAS takers among different grades. According to the above conclusions, this study also summed up a few suggestions for educational agencies', schoolteachers', and further studies' reference.
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