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標題:Do socio-cultural differences matter? A study of the learning effects and satisfaction with physical activity from digital learning assimilated into a university dance course
學年109
學期2
出版(發表)日期2021/05/01
作品名稱Do socio-cultural differences matter? A study of the learning effects and satisfaction with physical activity from digital learning assimilated into a university dance course
作品名稱(其他語言)社會文化差異重要嗎?數位學習融入大專舞蹈課程對學習成效和體育課程的滿意度之研究
著者Hsiao-Wen Chao; Chien-Chih Wu; Chia-Wen Tsai
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出版者
著錄名稱、卷期、頁數Computers & Education 165, 104150
摘要In recent years, due to the advancement of digital learning and flipped learning (FL, a student-centered approach that reverses traditional pedagogy by providing students with content usually taught in class for their learning in advance), there have been some major changes in teaching models for various disciplines. Learning can be ubiquitous through utilization of technology so teaching is no longer limited by time, space, psychological state, or geopolitical borders. This is helpful for learners to form a habit of lifelong learning. In this study, we applied technology and the strategy of digital instruction to dance curricula, integrating blended learning (BL, which combines online and face-to-face classes) and FL for the purpose of making comparisons with the traditional teaching method (C). A 10-week experiment was performed with 290 participants from 6 amateur dance classes. The researchers investigated, via quasi-experiments, the effects of BL and FL on developing students' learning effects and physical activity class satisfaction in this online dance course. A 2 (Taiwanese students vs. foreign students) × 3 (BL vs. FL vs. C) design, as well as factorial pretest/posttest design, was employed in this experiment. The selected course for the experiment is titled “Physical Education: Dance”, a one-semester, required course for the four involved classes of students at a comprehensive university. All students in this study came from non-dance departments. The purpose of this experiment was to explore the influences of different teaching methods on the effectiveness of learning dance skills among Taiwanese and foreign students as well as their satisfaction with this approach in a physical activity course. The results and conclusions of this research are that, compared to those taught with the traditional method, the Taiwanese students taught with the BL approach achieved higher learning effects in dance skills and were more satisfied in the aspects of cognitive development, fun, degree of enjoyment, diversified experience, and degree of relaxation in this physical activity course. Moreover, compared to those taught with the traditional method, the ones taught with the FL approach were more satisfied in the aspects of teacher's instruction, cognitive development, physical health condition, improvement in physical capability, diversified experience, and degree of relaxation. As for the foreign students, compared to those taught with the traditional method, the ones taught with the BL approach or the FL approach achieved higher learning effects in dance skills. However, there was no significant difference found in their satisfaction with this physical activity course. Finally, this study suggests that teachers who teach dance-related classes consider integrating the BL approach or the FL approach based on the backgrounds and characteristics of their students, in order to improve their learning effects and increase their satisfaction with various aspects of physical activities.
關鍵字Cultural and social implications;Distance education and online learning;Media in education;Teaching/learning strategies
語言英文
ISSN1873-782X
期刊性質國外
收錄於SSCI;
產學合作
通訊作者Chien-Chih Wu
審稿制度
國別英國
公開徵稿
出版型式,電子版,紙本
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