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|Other Titles:||A Study of Student's Learning Motivation and Assessment Perception of e-learning Course: Technological and Vocational Colleges in Central Taiwan as an Example|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
The purpose of this research was to investigate the learning motivation and assessment perception of e-learning courses in technological and vocational Colleges of central Taiwan. The data was collected through questionnaire survey. The survey covered undergraduates of Technological and Vocational Colleges in Central Taiwan. The areas included Taizhong, Changhua, Nantau, Yunlin four counties. Adopting the stratified sampling, 600 questionnaires were distributed to the sample, 401 questionnaires were retuned of which 348 questionnaires were usable, with 58% usable return rate.Data were analyzed using the statistic software of SPSS. The conclusions of this study were as the followings:1. Gender and learning experience showed no significant difference on learning motivation and assessment perception of c-learning courses.2. The major, grade and school classification of the students showed a partial significant difference on learning motivation and assessment perception of e-learning courses.3. Learning motivation and assessment perception in e-learning courses had positive significantly effects on correlation.
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