|資訊融入專題導向學習對國小學生自然科學習態度與問題解決能力之影響=The Influence of Primary School Students' Attitude in Science Learning and Problem-solving Abilities toward Information Technology Applied in Project-Based Learning
Information technology integrated with subject teaching;
| The main purpose of the study is to discuss the influence of primary school students' attitude in science learning and problem-solving abilities toward information technology applied in project-based learning. The researcher designed a unit of observation of stars and integrated it with the information technology applied in project-based learning. A particular class was taught the unit. In these lessons the students had to use information technology equipment to assist their learning and made their productions.
This research adopted the quasi-experimental design, randomly selecting two 5th classes in a primary school in Taipei as experimental objectives. One class was the experimental group, and another was the controlled group. The students in these two groups world fill out the questionnaires of "Learning Attitude toward Science Class Evaluation Sheet" and "Problem Solving Test" in one week both before and after the experimental teaching. Then, the collected data would be compiled statistic analyzed. Furthermore, the teacher's teaching record book, students' interview, students' documents and the information of students' discussion and comments in the internet were also considered in the data analysis. Finally provide the conclusions and suggestions.
According to the results, the conclusions rare as the following:
1."Information Technology Applied in project-based learning" has positive and significant influence on primary school students' attitude in science learning.
2."Informaiton Technology Applied in project-Based Learning" can improve primary school students' problem-solving abilities. However, there is no significant development in the domain of problem-solving decisions.
3.Students have positive responses to the "Information Technology Applied in Project-Based Learning".
4.Schools should provide a well environment, where the information technology would be integrated to assist teaching and learning.