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    Title: 兒童自然科網路學習社群之設計與發展經驗
    Other Titles: Developing a Web-Based Learning Community on Natural Science for Elementary School Students
    Authors: 徐新逸;楊昭儀
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育科技學系
    Keywords: 兒童;網路學習;Web-based instruction;Nature science;Elementary schools;Computer-assisted learning
    Date: 1999-06
    Issue Date: 2013-04-11 15:12:49 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北縣:中華民國遠距教育學會
    Abstract: 本研究旨在利用全球資訊網路(WWW)的特性做為兒童學習的場所,並融入相關的 學習理念以及適合國小兒童的網路工具在此學習環境中,針對國小兒童對環境知識的需求, 且配合國小兒童的學習特質,建立起一個適合國小兒童使用的網路學習環境,讓學生上網後 可以在設計過的學習環境中共同合作以找尋問題的答案,並邀集與學習議題相關的專家,藉 由學生—學生、學生—資源、及學生—專家之間的互動,建立起一個共同學習的網路學習社 群。本文中介紹以自然科為主題的兒童學習社群網站:『小ET威力的大冒險』,並提供設計 與發展網路學習社群網站的經驗,以供作相關研究者及建置者的參考。
    The web-based instruction has emerged rapidly to become the premiere instructional tools and media. The purpose of this study was to construct a web- based instruction on Nature Science for elementary students. The site is called Little ET Wiley's Great Adventure. This study was significant because it provided theory-based design principles to develop a web-based instruction to promote students' problem-solving skills, as well as to prepare students in acquiring the abilities of searching, analyzing and presenting information. Implications and Suggestions of this study were also provided.
    Relation: 遠距教育=Distance Education 12,頁36-44
    Appears in Collections:[教育科技學系暨研究所] 期刊論文

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