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The main purpose of this study was to develop the oral health computer assisted instruction in the 1st-9th-grades Curriculum for health education teachers and school nurses. The intervention group comprised students of the elementary and junior high schools. This study was constructed on quasi-experimental design with case-control study. These experimental schools were non-randomly assigned by the main purpose of this study. There were 313 samples in this study. Taking the pretest before the intervention curriculum started about one week. The treatment group received the intervention curriculum for two weeks, and the control group received nothing. Taking the posttest after the intervention curriculum terminated immediately. The post-posttest was taken after the intervention curriculum terminated about two months. The major findings of this study were as follows: 1. After the teaching of the oral health education intervened immediately for 5 grade students, the scores of oral health knowledge, oral health attitudes, oral health self-efficiency, and oral health habits in experimental group were significantly increased. Besides, the scores of oral health knowledge for 7 grade students in experimental group were significantly increased. 2. Two months after the teaching of the oral health education intervened, there were no significant differences for 5 & 7 grade students in oral health knowledge, oral health attitudes, oral health self-efficiency, and oral health habits. 3. Further, comparing the posttest for 5 & 7 grade students, and to know which one was more effective. After analyzed, the scores of oral health knowledge were not significantly affected. In another word this intervention curriculum can promote the scores of oral health knowledge for 5 & 7 grade students. However, the scores of oral health attitudes, oral health self-efficiency, and oral health habits for 5 & 7 grade students were significantly increased. In other words, the effect for 5 grade students after intervened was better than 7 grade students. Consequently, the oral health computer assisted instruction had to be reformed, and more suited to 7 grade students.
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