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An Action Research in Creative Drama Activities to Improve Peer Interpersonal Relationship for Elementary School Students.
Creative drama activities;Peer Interpersonal Relationship;Social Status;Interpersonal Communication Competence;Action research
|Issue Date: ||2011-10-20T07:39:16Z
|Publisher: ||藝術教育研究(THCI, THCI-CORE)|
The purpose of this study is to improve the peer relationships among students through creative drama activities. An action research was conducted during the spring term of 2007. The subjects were 25 4-th grade students of an elementary school in Taipei.
Both qualitative and quantitative approaches were employed to collect and analyze data. The qualitative analysis contained observations and interviews, and the quantitative analysis contained sociometry scale and interpersonal relationship questionnaire. Before and after the activities, students were tested by sociometry scale and interpersonal relationship questionnaire. So, the change of their social status and peer relationship could be compared. During the action research, the activities were recorded by video camera. After each of the activity, students were asked to finish a self assessment learning list. Finally, a total feedback list was completed by the students. The researcher who was also the instructor took an introspection note, interviewed some students, discussed with the cooperative researcher in every activity. Twelve drama activities were completed in three month, and totally took about 960 minutes.
|Relation: ||18, pp.1-30|
|Appears in Collections:||[師資培育中心] 期刊論文|
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