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|Other Titles:||A Study of Influential Factors on Competences Development for College Students|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship among personal factors, campus experiences and learning outcomes for college students. Subjects of the study are survey data from the "higher education database" built by the NTNU Education Research and Assessment Center, specifically data collected in School Year 2003 on freshmen and 2005 on junior students from general public and private universities. There were 13465 in total. The findings are as follow: the influential effects of self-concept and education aspiration are higher than that of campus experiences. In leadership and communication competences aspect, the academic involvement has negative influential effect and the family income, self-concept, education aspiration, peer relationship, club participation, read experience and thinking expansion have positive influential effects, explanatory power is 30%. In logic and computer information competences aspect, the mother's education level and sex have negative influential effect, the family incomes, entrance grade. self-concept, academic involvement, club participation, and thinking expansion have positive influential effects, explanatory power is 17%.. In foreign language competences aspect, the education aspiration has negative influential effect and all the others have positive influential effects except the father's education level and peer relationship, explanatory power is 13%. Finally, recommendations are presented.
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