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|Other Titles:||The Effects of Implementation in Terms of the Application of Cooperative Learning in Industry-Academy Projects of Design: A Case Study on the Packaging Design Project for Yong Hsing Company|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
This study aims to investigate the effects of implementation in terms of the application of cooperative learning in industry-academy projects of design. A project was introduced in one of the researcher’s courses for the purpose of research and teaching, i.e., in order to help the students develop several learning abilities from practice. The subjects were 53 students (including one elective student) in the second grade of the Department of Visual Communication Design of Ling Tung University. The subjects received two-hour instruction each week and the project lasted for seven weeks. The major classroom activities were whole-class instruction, heterogeneous grouping, searching for relevant data, creating design drawings, writing a business plan, rehearsing the presentation and correcting the possible flaws, revising the design drawings, making the official presentation to the client, overall assessment, recognition and appreciation, and reflections. Through these activities, the learning performances and feedbacks of the students were understood. The findings show positive effects of implementation in terms of the application of cooperative learning in industry-academy projects of design. Most of the students made progress in their learning performances, including learning attitude, the creation of design drawings, the writing of business plans, and the skills of presentation. Also, it can be inferred from their feedbacks that most of the students held a favorable view of the effects of implementation in terms of the application of cooperative learning in industry-academy projects of design. More than 75% of the students thought that cooperative learning helped them improve several abilities, including the abilities for searching for the relevant data, for conceiving their works, for writing business plans and making presentations, and for peer communication and collaboration. Therefore, it can be concluded that cooperative learning does have a role to play in the i
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