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    Title: 新北市國民小學一年級新住民子女學校生活適應之個案研究
    Other Titles: A case study of the elementary school life adjustment of the first graders whose parents are new immigrants in New Taipei City
    Authors: 方婷儀;Fang, Ting-Yi
    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: 新住民;新住民子女;生活適應;學校生活適應;new immigrants;new immigrant children;life adjustments;adjustment for school life
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:40:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 論文摘要內容:
    This study intended to explore the school life adjustment of the elementary first graders whose parents were new immigrants. Eight first-graders, who were new immigrant’s children, from a class of a public elementary school were purposively selected as subjects of this study. In term of qualitative approach, methods such as full participated observation, interview, and document analysis were used to collect data, including children’s discipline adjustment, personal relationship adjustment, and learning adjustment.
    The main findings of this study were as follows:
    1. In general, children whose parents were new immigrants had common characteristics in school life adjustment with their classmates. The process of school adjustment was from a stage of uncertainty into stage of coping with , and then the stage of stability.
    2. There was a significant difference in school life adjustment by children’ sex. Girl students were better than boy students in their school life adjustment.
    3. There were no significant difference among the first graders whose parents were new immigrants in school life adjustment by the nationality of mother, socioeconomic status of family, and numbers of siblings.
    4. Factors such as children’ personal behavior, parenting styles and attitude, the actual school age, and grandparent families might influence the school life adjustment of the first graders whose parents were new immigrants.
    Some suggestions were proposed based on findings of this study as a reference for schools and teachers.
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