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    Title: 學習共同體導向數學課室中學生學習活動之分析研究 : 以一所中學的班級為例
    Other Titles: A study of learning activities in a seventh grade classroom : from the perspective of “school as learning community”
    Authors: 林婉儀;Lin, Wan-yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學課程與教學研究所碩士在職專班
    林文生;陳麗華;Lin, Win-son;Chen, Li-hua
    Keywords: 學習共同體;基地班;協同學習;弱勢學生;learning community;base class;Collaborative Learning;underprivileged students
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:46:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究的主要目的是設計以學習為核心的情境,引導學生相互聆聽與接納的習慣,形成學習共同體,進而發展出一個主動協同學習的數學課室。接著從兩場公開教學的議課發現,學習共同體文化的形塑和改變的歷程,最後用一元一次方程式及二元一次聯立方程式這兩個單元,作為學生學習成效的分析,並反思自身教學策略。經過一年的紀錄與觀察,本研究發現如下:
    The main purpose of this study is to guide students to build up habits of listening and accepting each other, from the perspective of “classroom as learning community”, and then develop an active collaborative learning math course. Then, from two openly-teaching classes, the study found the process of shaping and changing culture of a learning community. Finally, students’ learning effectiveness was analyzed by both the unit of a simple equation and the unit of linear equation in two variables. I also reflected on my own teaching strategies. After a year of recording and observing, this study finds that:
    1. The learning culture of a class could be settled from the start of setting up a base class.
    2. Constructing teachers’ collegiality and let them be partners of collaborative learning communities.
    3. To increase the successful rate of peer cooperation, a collaborative learning group started from a pair of two to a pair of four.
    4. Only when the difficulties of changes can be sorted out will the efficient flipped school education come out.
    5. Only when teachers open heart to learn from students can they have chances to really understand students.
    6. Learn from the culture of class and understand the interacting combination between persons.
    7. Learn from foreign experts and understand the power of space change.
    8. The partner relationship of peer’s mutual learning helps to promote the learning effectiveness of subjects.
    9.Only when the underprivileged students are provided with learning opportunities can their learning quality be improved.
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