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    Title: 大臺北地區國民小學學童參與音樂性社團動機與學習滿意度之研究 : 以弦樂團為例
    Other Titles: A study of the motivation and learning satisfaction of Taipei elementary school students who participate in school musical team : an example of strings
    Authors: 周慧之;Chou, Hui-chih
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 社團活動;音樂性社團;社團經營;elementary school musical team;Motivation;Learning satisfaction
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:36:59 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究主要目的在了解大臺北地區國民小學學童參加音樂性社團的動機與學習滿意度之現況、不同背景資料於參與動機及學習滿意度是否具顯著差異,以及參與動機對學習滿意度之影響;透過對國小學童參與弦樂團的差異進行探討,所得結果可提供學校行政經營規劃與帶團老師課程設計,學生和家長選擇社團參考依據。
    This study aims to explore and identify the differences in motivation and learning satisfaction of Taipei elementary school students who participate in school musical teams of strings. The study results, hopefully, may provide the related educational authorities of schools and government, as well as the students and parents, with some references while planning and selecting a club.
    Quantity questionnaires were distributed as a survey material. 311 valid copies were collected and examined. The data were analyzed through frequency distribution, mean, standard deviation, t-test for independent samples, single & one-way ANOVA, regression analysis and meta-analysis. The findings are listed as follows.
    1. Motivation in participation reached to an upper middle level: Among the three dimensions, self-awareness influenced students the most, external rewards and human influences are in the 2nd and 3rd places.
    2. Learning satisfaction reached to an upper high level: Among the three dimensions, self-realization led in the 2nd and 3rd places of administrative support and curriculum.
    3. Variables showed differences in motivation:
    a. Compared to students of New Taipei City, students of Taipei City showed that human influences mattered the most. This indicated they value interpersonal relationship more.
    b. Students who newly joined the musical teams were more aware of the human influences than those of 2 but less than 3 years in the teams.
    c. Students who practiced over 4 hr/wk were with higher self-awareness
    than those who practiced within 2-4 hr/wk. This showed that these students
    are interested in music and they practice with joy.
    d. With gender differences, girl students showed better self-awareness than boy students.
    4. Variables showed differences in learning satisfaction.
    a. With curriculum, teaching results and the interaction between teachers and students, those who practiced over 4 hr/wk gained higher satisfaction.
    b.girl students showed better self-realization and overall learning satisfaction than boy students.
    b. Middle graders (3rd & 4th grades) are far more satisfied than those of high graders (5th & 6th grades) in self-realization, curriculum, administrative support and overall learning satisfaction
    c. Students who practiced independently over 2 hr/wk after school gained the most satisfaction with administrative support.
    5. Influences of learning motivation to learning satisfaction:
    It was positive that motivation influenced their learning satisfaction. Taipei students who participated in musical clubs with greater motivation led to greater learning satisfaction. Self-awareness and external rewards were listed in the 1st and 2nd places.
    Appears in Collections:[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Educational Policy and Leadership] Thesis

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