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    Title: 臺北縣國民小學教師對零體罰教育政策之認知、態度及實踐狀況研究
    Other Titles: A study on the teachers' cognition, attitudes and actions toward "zero corporal punishment policy" in elementary schools in Taipei county
    台北縣國民小學教師對零體罰教育政策之認知、態度及實踐狀況研究
    Authors: 林紀庭;Lin, Chi-tin
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班
    吳明清;Wu, Ming-ching
    Keywords: 體罰;零體罰;零體罰教育政策;corporal punishment;zero corporal punishment;zero corporal punishment policy
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:12:30 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在瞭解台北縣國民小學教師對於零體罰教育政策之認知、態度及實踐狀況,並分析不同背景變項下台北縣國小教師對零體罰教育政策之認知、態度及實踐程度之差異性。本研究以自編問卷「台北縣國民小學教師對零體罰教育政策之認知、態度及實踐狀況問卷」作為研究工具,研究對象為台北縣五十四所公立國小教師,共發出問卷540份,有效樣本數為425份,有效問卷回收率為79%。資料分析採用描述性統計分析、獨立樣本t檢定、單因子變異數分析及皮爾遜積差相關等統計方法。
    綜合研究發現,歸納結論如下:
    一、台北縣國小教師對零體罰教育政策具有高度的瞭解,惟會因年資、學歷及職務不同而有所差異。
    二、台北縣國小教師對零體罰教育政策具有高度的認同,惟會因學歷及職務不同而有所差異。
    三、台北縣國小教師對零體罰教育政策實踐程度高,惟會因年齡、年資及職務不同而有所差異。
    四、國小教師對零體罰教育政策的認知、態度與實踐之間的關係,互為顯著正相關。
    五、台北縣國小教師對零體罰教育政策所採用的因應措施程度高,惟會因年齡、
    年資及職務不同而有所差異。
    六、台北縣國小教師在實踐零體罰教育政策所面臨的困境程度為「中」等,惟會因職務不同而有所差異。
    依據上述研究結論,本研究對教育主管單位、學校行政單位、教師班級經營及後續研究者提供若干建議。
    The purposes of this study were to investigate the teachers’ cognitions, attitudes and actions toward the Zero Corporal Punishment Policy (ZCPP) in elementary schools in Taipei County , and to analyze varieties of the teachers’ cognitions, attitudes and actions due to background variables of elementary school teachers. A questionnaire constructed by this researcher was applied to do a survey on teachers’ cognitions, attitudes and actions toward ZCPP in elementary schools in Taipei County. Subjects of this survey study were teachers chosen from 54 public elementary schools. A total of 425 valid respondents were collected, and the rate was 79% of the sample. Descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA and Pearson’s product-moment correalation were applied for data analysis.
    Based on results of the survey study, the follwing conclusions were synthesized:
    1. Most of the school teachers reported a high level of cognition toward the ZCPP. There were significant differences in cognition toward the ZCPP due to seniority, level of education and position.
    2. Most of the school teachers reported a high level of agreement toward the ZCPP. There were significant differences in attitude toward the ZCPP due to level of education and position
    3. Most of the school teachers reported a high level of action toward the ZCPP. There were significant differences in action toward the ZCPP due to age, seniority and position.
    4. There are significant positive correlations among cognitions, attitudes and actions of elementary school teachers toward the ZCPP .
    5. Most of the school teachers reported a high level of resolution toward the ZCPP. There were significant differences in resolution toward the ZCPP due to age, seniority and position.
    6. Most of the school teachers reported a medium level of difficulty toward the ZCPP. There were significant differences in difficulty toward the ZCPP due to position.

    According to conclusions mentioned above, this study proposed some suggestions for educational administrative authorities, school authorities and teachers as well as researcher of further studies.
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