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Title: A study on the technological literacy of elementary and junior high school students inaiwan
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學科技應用與人力資源發展學系
Lee, T. W.
Lin, W.
Tseng, K. H.
u, K. C.
Issue Date: 1-Jan-1998
Publisher: 行政院國家科學委員會
Abstract: 本研究之目的在瞭解目前台灣地區國中、國小學生所具有的技學素養程度,以做為未來相關課程規畫與設計之參考。研究採分層隨機叢集抽樣的方式,由台灣地區各縣市公立國中、小單中抽取國中44校,三年級學生3066人:國小60校,六年級學生3420人,以研究者自編之「國中、小學技學素養測驗」進行問卷調查,根據研究結果,歸納出下列結論: 一、台灣地區國中及國小學生枝學素養程度以整體來看表現尚可,在六個科技系統中,以對傳播技學之技學素養最佳。在技學素養能力項目中,對有關技學之基礎理論認知較佳,但欠缺實用性或應用性的知識。 二,在國小階段,女學生之技學素養程度較男學生為佳,但至國中階段,則呈現男學生優於女學生的現象,尤其在對於技學知識的應用方面更是如此。 三、不同地區之國中或國小學生之技學素養程度有顯著差異。 四、國中學生具有之基本技學素養較國小學生為高,但在較進階的技學素養表現上,則略顯不足。 五、國中學生自評最主要的技學素養知識來源是報紙、雜誌、書籍、電視、或廣播。
The purpose of this study was to investigate the current status of technological literacy of Elementary and Junior High School students in Taiwan. A stratified random and cluster sampling method was employed in this study. A total of 3066 ninth graders from 44 Junior High Schools and 3420 sixth graders from 60 Elementary Schools have completed the technological literacy test developed by the researchers. The results show that : (1) These Taiwanese Junior High and Elementary students are fairly technologically literate especially in communication technology. The students are more literate in basic technology principles or theories than in practical and applicable knowledge. (2) At the Elementary level, female students scored higher than male students. But at the Junior High school level, male students scored higher than female students especially in terms of the application of technological knowledge. (3) The Junior High School students are very technologically literate in the fundamental section, but not in the advanced section. (4) Mass media, including newspapers, magazines, TV and radio, were evaluated as the most important sources of knowledge of technology for these Junior High School students.
ISSN: 1017-7124
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_E0204_01_053
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