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The Effect of Motorcycle Safety Educational Curriculum by Application of the Principle of Situated Learning
He purpose of t his study consists in designing a motorcycle safety educational curriculum by application of the principle of situated-learning, in order to assess the effects and to investigate the learning process of the curriculum in the capability of safety driving、risk awareness and accident handling. This study was constructed on quasi-experimental design, which sample 4 classes of freshman students from the China College Marine Technology and Commerce (CCMTC) at Taipei as research subjects. These students were non-randomly assigned to the treatment group(n=90). The treatment group received the intervention curriculum of 3 units for 3 weeks and the control group received nothing. Two groups took the pretest、posttest and post-posttest with the traffic safety cognition questionnaire. One-way analysis of covariance and two-way analysis of repeated covariance were used to test these hypothesis. The finings in this study were as follows: 1、The motorcycle safety educational curriculum enhanced the subjects the capability8 of safety driving、risk awareness and accident handling at traffic safety significantly. 2、Three weeks after accomplishing the curriculum, the subjects in the treatment group still had better in the capability of safety driving、risk awareness and accident handling at traffic safety than the control group. According to the analysis of investigation learning process in the treatment group, these subjects’ reactions and opinions from the curriculum were shown as follows, 1、The subjects had interest in this design of the curriculum. 2、Practice-in learning, it can help to be impressed on subjects’ learning.
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