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Title: 國小學童之海洋卡通收視行為對其海洋科學素養與海洋教育學習興趣之影響
Effects of Effects ofEffects of Effects of Marine Cartoon Marine Cartoon Marine Cartoon Marine Cartoon Viewing BehaviorViewing Behavior Viewing BehaviorViewing Behavior Viewing Behavior Viewing Behavior Viewing Behavior vs. vs. Marine Science Literacy and Marine Education Learning Interests for Elementary School Students
Authors: Yang, Huei-Lin
楊慧琳
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Education
國立臺灣海洋大學:教育研究所
Keywords: 海洋卡通;海洋科學素養;海洋教育學習興趣
marine cartoon;marine science literacy;marine education learning interests
Date: 2014
Issue Date: 2017-05-09T08:28:24Z
Abstract: 本研究旨在探討海洋卡通對國小高年級學童海洋科學素養與海洋學習興趣之影響,研究者以叢集隨機取樣,自基隆市七大行政區中,分層抽取48所公立國民小學高年級984位學生,有效樣本為906人,採用問卷調查法和訪談法為研究工具,所得資料以T檢定、單因子變異數分析、Pearson積差相關等方法進行分析。 研究結果顯示如下: 一、在海洋科學素養方面 1.學童海洋科學素養問卷的平均答對率為58%。 2.男生的海洋科學素養得分顯著高於女生。 3.六年級的海洋科學素養得分顯著高於五年級。 4.體驗過海洋相關場所的學童,其海洋科學素養得分顯著高於「沒去過」的學童。 5.喜好體驗海洋相關場所的學童,其海洋科學素養得分高於「不喜歡」去的學童。 6.「海洋卡通喜好」變項在海洋科學素養得分的表現上未達顯著差異。 7.經常收看海洋卡通的學童,其海洋科學素養得分高於「很少」觀看的學童。 二、在海洋教育學習興趣方面 1.學童海洋學習興趣量表,海洋休閒向度最高,其次為海洋科學向度,最低為海洋社會向度,但平均向度都高於平均數3以上。 2.女生在海洋休閒的學習興趣顯著高於男生。 3.五年級在海洋休閒的學習興趣顯著高於六年級。 4.體驗過海洋相關場所的學童,其海洋興趣量表整體得分顯著高於「沒去過」的學童。 5.喜好體驗海洋相關場所的學童,其海洋興趣量表整體得分顯著高於「不喜歡」的學童。 6.喜好海洋卡通的學童,其海洋興趣量表整體得分顯著高於「不喜歡」的學童。 7.經常收看海洋卡通的學童,其海洋興趣量表整體得分顯著高於「很少」的學童。 三、海洋科學素養與海洋教育學習興趣之相關 國小學童海洋科學素養與海洋教育學習興趣之間有顯著低度正相關。 綜合以上結果,研究者歸納結論並提供教學建議給海洋教育者之參考及日後的研究者於相關研究上的建議。 關鍵詞:海洋卡通、海洋科學素養、海洋教育學習興趣
This study aimed to investigate the influence of marine cartoons on higher-grade elementary school students in regard to marine science literacy and interest in learning about the ocean. The study used random cluster samplingfrom seven administrative regions in Keelung City, applying stratified sampling among 48 public elementary schools and 984 higher-grade elementary school students and an effective sample of 906 individuals.Using questionnaires and interviews as the research instruments, the data were subject to T-tests, one-way ANOVA,Pearson product-moment correlation coefficients and other methods. Research results are shown in the following: I.In regard to marine science literacy 1.In a marine science literacy questionnaire for schoolchildren, the average correct answer rate was 58%. 2.Boys scored significantly higher than girls in regard to marine science literacy. 3.Sixth graders scored significantly higher than fifth graders in regard to marine science literacy. 4.Schoolchildren who had experienced visiting marine-related venues saw marine science literacy scores that were significantly higher than schoolchildren who had "never visited." 5.Schoolchildren who enjoyed visiting marine-related venues saw marine science literacy scores higher than schoolchildren who "didn't enjoy" such visits. 6.In regard to the "enjoy marine cartoons" variable, no significant difference was seen in performance for marine science literacy scores. 7.Schoolchildren who frequently watch marine cartoons witnessed higher marine science literacy scores than schoolchildren who "rarely watch" such cartoons. II.In regard to interest shown in marine education 1.In a matrix assessing schoolchildren's interest in learning about the ocean, the marine recreation dimension was highest, followed by the marine science dimension. Marine society constituted the lowest dimension. However, the overall average dimension witnessed a mean result of 3 or higher. 2.Girls expressed stronger interest in learning about marine recreation than boys. 3.Fifth graders expressed a stronger interest in learning about marine recreation than sixth graders. 4.Schoolchildren who had experienced visiting marine-related venues saw their overall marine learning interest measurement scalesscore significantly higher than schoolchildren who had "never visited." IV 5.Schoolchildren who enjoyed visiting marine-related venuessaw their overall marine learning interest measurement scales score significantly higher than schoolchildren who "didn't enjoy" such visits. 6.Schoolchildren who enjoy marine-related cartoons saw their overall marine learning interest measurement scales score significantly higher than schoolchildren who "don't enjoy" such cartoons. 7.Schoolchildren who frequently watch marine cartoons saw their overall marine learning interest measurement scales score significantly higher than schoolchildren who "rarely" watch such cartoons. III.The relationship between marine science literacy and interest shown in marine education Elementary school children demonstrated a significantly low positive correlation between marine science literacy on the one hand and interest shown in marine education on the other. Based on the above results, the researchers draw conclusions and provideteaching suggestions for the reference of marine educators, as well as research recommendations for future researchers. Keyword: marine cartoon, marine science literacy, marine education learning interests
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