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    Title: 技能領域數位學習教學設計原則與模式
    Other Titles: E-learning content design principles and models in the psychomotor skill domain
    Authors: 陳怡真;Chen, Yi-chen
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育科技學系碩士班
    徐新逸;Shyu, Hsin-yih
    Keywords: 技能領域;數位學習;教學設計原則;教學設計模式;psychomotor skill domain;E-Learning;instructional design principles;instructional design models
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:26:55 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究目的為設計技能領域數位學習教學設計原則與模式,讓相關技能領域課程能具有高度的學習成效與良好的學習氛圍,並激發學習者終生學習的概念。故本研究先藉由文獻分析歸納技能領域數位學習教學設計原則與模式,而為確認原則與模式之學習成效,第一階段將進行專家訪談,經由專家提供之意見以彌補闕漏,作為修改之依據。第二階段將進行實驗研究,實驗組以技能領域數位學習教學設計原則與模式建置「淡江大學學生WebCT教學平台操作課程」進行實驗組教學,控制組則以講述式課程教學,透過相互對照驗證其學習成效。
    本研究採立意取樣實施實驗研究,其中實驗組人數為42人,控制組為43人。茲將實驗結果說明如下:
    一、實驗組與控制組認知前測未有顯著差異,但認知後測有顯著差異,且實驗組與控制組其進步分數並有顯著差異,故又因實驗組後測平均數大於控制組(88.57>83.53),實驗組進步分數之平均數亦大於控制組(15.57>10.04),故可說實驗組在WebCT教學平台操作技能認知測驗較控制組良好。
    二、實驗組與控制組WebCT教學平台操作技能實作當中於測驗操作達顯著差異,且實驗組平均分數高於控制組(94.52>79.06),故可說實驗組在WebCT教學平台測驗操作較控制組良好。但兩組在作業上傳成績與討論區發表因與過去網路使用經驗類似,故皆未達顯著差異。但實驗組在作業上傳之平均數與通過率皆高於控制組(91.67>84.42;83.3%>69.8%),因此在平均數與通過率可說實驗組在作業上傳操作成績較控制組良好。而在討論區發表操作當中,實驗組討論區發表操作之平均數與通過率亦高於控制組(86.67>85.12;83.3%>72.1%),故在平均數與通過率可說實驗組在討論區發表操作成績較控制組良好。
    三、實驗組課程滿意度調查發現平均數皆傾向同意與非常同意,從實驗組學習者訪談當中也發現實驗組學生對於課程皆認為課程容易了解,故說實驗組在原則與模式下具有良好的課程滿意度。
    因此,根據結果可得知實驗組技能學習成效統計上較控制組良好。而為求讓技能領域數位學習教學設計原則與模式更具有效性,將根據學習者訪談結果進行修正,讓原則與模式更加完善。也期許本研究產出之技能領域數位學習教學設計原則與模式,可讓日後設計相關技能領域數位學習課程者為參考,提升技能領域數位學習教材之品質。
    The purpose of this study is to propose and develop e-learning content principles and models in the psychomotor skill domain. First, the researcher reviewed literatures to generate e-learning content principles and models in the psychomotor skill domain. Then, the researcher interviewed 5 experts and afterwards conducted an experiment to examine the effectiveness of the principles and models.
    A quasi-experimental design and the purposive sampling method were used. There are 42 subjects in the experimental group and 43 in the control group. The experimental group used "WebCT training for TKU students" designed according to e-learning content principles and models in the psychomotor skill domain, while the control group was instructed in a didactic instruction. The experimental research results were listed as follows:
    1.Both experimental group and control group significantly performed better in the posttest scores than the pretest in the knowledge test. The experimental group significantly outperformed the control group in the posttest of knowledge test.
    2.The experimental group significantly outperformed the control group in the operation test. The complete rate of the experiment group in assignment was higher than that of control group. The complete rate of the experiment group in discussion was higher than that of control group.
    3.The experimental group demonstrated positive attitudes toward the course.
    The result showed the experimental group significantly performed better than the control group in the psychomotor domain. To enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of e-learning in the psychomotor skill domain, the researcher interviewed the students and revised the principles and models accordingly. The study provided a instructional designer in designing and developing the e-learning materials in the psychomotor domain.
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