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|Other Titles: ||The influence of accounting affair skill test on the teaching of accounting in vocational high schools|
|Authors: ||祝素梅;Chu, Su-Mei|
|Keywords: ||高中職商管群科;會計事務技能檢定;會計教學;Business management student group of vocational high school;Accounting Affair Skill Test;Accounting teaching|
This study mainly explores the impact of Qualification Test for Accounting Affair Skill Test, conducted by the Skill Evaluation Center of Workforce Development Agency, on the teaching activities, and the impact of conducting approaches of Accounting Skill Affair Test on the teaching activities. This study carries out survey with questionnaires to the nation-wide vocational high school teachers and business management group students as research subjects. The effective sample number of teacher questionnaire is 90 with 90% response rate; and the effective sample number of student questionnaire is 952 with 95.2% response rate. First, the teaching activities were divided into six aspects by the factor analysis. The six aspects are "teaching method", "teaching assessment", "teaching support", "learning attitude", "learning interest" and "system effects", and the analysis and comparison has been conducted with Descriptive statistics, mean, standard deviation, t test and One way ANOVA as the following results:
1. From the teacher''s point of view, in "manual" and "information", the Accounting Affair Skill Test affects the "teaching method" most and affects "learning interest" least. There are significant differences in "learning attitude" and " learning interest " and it''s higher in "Manual" than in "Information".
2. From the student''s point of view, in "manual" and "information", the Accounting Affair Skill Test affects the "teaching method" most and affects "learning interest" least. There are significant differences in "learning attitude" and it''s higher in "Manual" than in "Information".
3. "Accounting affair - manual" affects teaching activities and there are significant differences in all other aspects except "learning attitude" from the viewpoint of the teachers and students. The teachers'' perceived degree is higher than the students'' , the most significant aspect is "learning interest", followed by "system effect".
4. "Accounting affair - information" affects teaching activities and there are significant differences in all other aspects except in terms of "learning attitude" from the viewpoint of the teachers and students. The teachers'' perceived degree is higher than the students''. The most significant aspect is "teaching method", followed by "system effect".
5. From the viewpoint of the teachers, the various conducting approaches of qualification test for technical skill certification affect the teaching activities most for the Student Skill Test Special Project.
6. Overall, the teachers and students hold positive and affirmative attitude toward the Accounting Affair Skill Test affects the teaching activities, although differences exist among different background variables.
Finally, according to the research findings, it suggested that the education competent authority should arrange properly and make appropriate adjustment on skills test date to maintain the normalization of teaching and learning. Additionally, it suggested that the authority encourages schools incorporate the Accounting Affair Skill Test into one of the graduation criteria and strengthen the recognition of learning accounting for students of Dep. of Data Processing.
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