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Student Number 945204002
Author Wang-Hsin Kuo(郭旺鑫)
Author's Email Address 945204002@cc.ncu.edu.tw
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Department Network Learning Technology
Year 2006
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Supporting and analyzing collaborative inquiry activity with handheld devices
Date of Defense 2006-07-06
Page Count 94
Keyword
  • Collaborative Learning
  • Handheld Device
  • Inquiry-based learning
  • Just in Time Teaching
  • Peer Interaction Analysis
  • Abstract The objective of this research is to present a collaborative inquiry based learning activity in physics laboratory which students can perform activity as pre-class, in-class and after-class environment, and aim to assist students in the procedures of experimental design, data collection, data analysis and discussion and to promote the interactive and participation by using probing device. These activities are designed to provide a collaborative inquiry learning environment for students, and to reduce the burden of preparation for the teachers
    Before classroom, a key characteristic of this activity is the creation of a feedback loop between the classroom and the Web using Internet “Warm Up” assignments that are due prior to class time. By examining student responses to Warm Up exercises before class, faculty members can determine the level of understanding, prior knowledge, and misconceptions that students bring to class. Classroom time can then be spent addressing these misconceptions while discussing course content. In the classroom setting, it adopts collaborative inquiry digital environment to enhance students’ interaction within a group by the handheld devices. And in this activity we provide a mechanism in PDA which show-and-tell students’ concept.
    For these purpose, the pre-class web site by using JiTT. And in-class activity with the mechanism of concept monitoring are designed and implemented. The system assists students in achieving pre-class collaborative learning. The teacher can get the feedback from students’ pre-class mission through web site. And in class, it helps students face-to-face interact and collaboratively achieve group mission through wireless network.
    According to evaluations of this study, the pre-class web site with concept monitoring and in-class activity with Miguel’s method is helpful to enhance students’ interaction and learning. Furthermore, the system aids students in achieving the sequential assignment efficiently. Finally, future improvement suggestions are proposed.
    Table of Content 中文摘要 i
    Abstract ii
    誌 謝  iii
    目  錄 iv
    表 目 錄vi
    圖 目 錄vii
    第1章 緒論1
    1.1研究背景1
    1.2研究動機5
    1.3研究目的6
    1.4研究問題7
    1.5研究限制9
    1.6論文架構9
    第2章 文獻探討10
    2.1探究學習10
    2.1.1探究式實驗教學10
    2.1.2科學探究技能11
    2.2相關教學理論12
    2.2.1及時教學理論12
    2.2.2合作學習理論14
    第3章 系統設計16
    3.1數位實驗教學環境16
    3.2教學活動設計18
    3.2.1學習活動流程20
    3.2.2實驗課前活動設計_預報系統21
    3.2.3實驗課中活動設計_PDA系統的角色與介入24
    3.2.4實驗課後活動設計_結報系統26
    3.3系統架構27
    3.4系統環境建置28
    3.5軟體功能與系統畫面31
    3.5.1預報系統31
    3.5.2PDA系統34
    3.5.2結報系統39
    第4章 研究方法40
    4.1研究對象40
    4.2研究設計40
    4.3研究時程41
    4.4研究工具41
    4.4.1硬體設備 :41
    4.4.2系統平台:42
    4.4.3軟體開發:42
    4.4.4群體動態分析(Group Dynamic Analysis)43
    4.4.5問卷調查:51
    第5章 實驗結果與討論52
    5.1實驗目的52
    5.2群組動態分析結果討論53
    5.3問卷結果討論55
    第6章 結論與未來工作64
    6.1結論64
    6.2未來工作66
    參考文獻68
    中文部分68
    英文部分68
    附錄A 學生自行發展系統問卷73
    附錄B 群組動態分析75
    實驗 2007.04.1775
    實驗 2007.05.0180
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