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Author Li-wen Hsu
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Department Information Management
Year 2008 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 96
Title A Study of Learning Effectiveness for Teaching Mode of Digitalization Assistant Platform-All People National Defense Education by Example
Keyword
  • digital teaching
  • Motivational Design Models
  • All People National Defense Education (chuan-min
  • Epistemological Beliefs in learning process mode
  • community
  • community
  • Epistemological Beliefs in learning process mode
  • All People National Defense Education (chuan-min
  • Motivational Design Models
  • digital teaching
  • Abstract The application of “Web 2.0” on the internet industry has created both intensive and
    extensive impact on our business, life and entertainments. With a social-learning mode
    characterized by liberated accesses, community-based cooperation, team learning and
    information sharing, the Web 2.0 tool indeed ushers in manifold approaches for teaching
    and learning activities. This is especially relevant to the General Education Courses at the
    university level in Taiwan ever since February 1st, 2006, when the government launched
    the All-out Defense Education on campus.
    Given the appeal to all people going through defense education and the trend toward
    a Ubiquitous Network Society (UNS), promoted by the Taiwanese Government, this
    research followed non-equivalent control group design methodologically and sought to
    construct a digitalized and interactive teaching platform as an on-site test of the education
    results. In the process, it collected 732 university students as samples that took the All
    People National Defense Education (chuan-min-guo-fan-jiao-yu) as an elective 8-week
    course in university. Having been aided by further questionnaires and the SPSS tool, the
    research brought forth its findings as follows.
    1. It proved that there existed a significant degree of positive influences of the digital
    platform on the learners. On the other hand, however, the virtual community proved
    less significant than expected.
    2. Among the influences that were judged positive on the students’ mentality, motivation
    to learn proved most significant.
    3. There was a positive correlation between individual learning modes and learning
    outcomes alongside the process of this experimental teaching, in which
    epistemological belief, motivation and learning strategies produced significant
    differences.
    Advisor Committee
  • Jang-Ruey Tzeng - advisor
  • Shu-Chiung Lin - advisor
  • Mao-lin Chou - co-chair
  • Files indicate in-campus access at one year and off-campus not accessible
    Date of Defense 2009-06-23 Date of Submission 2009-08-17


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