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|Other Titles:||Development and Evaluation for Project-Based Learning with Web-based Peer Assessment: A Case for Digital Logic Laboratory Course in Vocational High School|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
This study aims to construct a project-based leaning assisted by a web-based peer assessment system which was applied to the Digital Logic Lab course of the vocational high school. Moreover, learning achievements of the course were evaluated by Attitude Questionnaire toward the Project-Based Learning, Project Rating Instrument, Basic Professional Ability Test, Achievement Test, and Attitude Questionnaire toward Web-based Peer Assessment. The study adopted quasi-experimental design. The subjects of the study consists of seventy-two students who were in the second grade of the Department of Information Technology at National Chu-Pei Senior High School in 2007.The conclusions of the study are summarized as follows.1. The learning achievement of the experimental group is significantly superior to that of the control group after eleven weeks learning in Digital Logic Lab course.2. The students of experimental group show a satisfactory Attitude toward the Project-based Learning strategy which is divided into five dimensions - inquiry learning, reflective thinking, creative solving, open-endedness and authenticity. The result illustrates that the students agree that the open and real learning environment is helpful to enhance their inquiry, reflective thinking and problem solving skills.3. The students of experimental group show a satisfactory Attitude toward the Web-based Peer Assessment which consists of three dimensions, acceptance, fairness and learning effectiveness.
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