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研究生:許智超
研究生(外文):Hsu Chih Chao
論文名稱:網路合作學習系統之發展與應用
指導教授:邱瓊慧邱瓊慧引用關係
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:臺南師範學院
系所名稱:資訊教育研究所
學門:教育學門
學類:教育科技學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2001
畢業學年度:90
語文別:中文
論文頁數:70
中文關鍵詞:網路合作學習合作學習系統
外文關鍵詞:CSCL
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本研究主要依據合作學習的基本要素,發展一支援網路合作學習的電腦系統。該系統可以支援合作群組的產生及維持;支援任務和資源的分配、存取及共作安排;支援群組活動的追蹤及合作誘因的提供;支援個人工作及貢獻的追蹤和檢測;及支援一對一、一對多、多對多,同步、非同步等的合作及互動。研究並使不同地點的國小高年級學童利用該系統進行一以天氣為題、專題導向的合作學習活動,以針對系統進行評估。經學童互動資料、群組作品、及問卷調查結果的檢視及分析發現,該系統可以成功地支援網路合作學習,但仍有部份設計未完全發揮效果,因而建議系統可以協助引導學童進行任務分配,模擬真實的校園空間,同時嘗試透過團體歷程來追究小組成員對小組的貢獻。另外也發現學童無法經常、隨地使用電腦或網路,似乎是網路合作學習進行或有效果的一個大的阻礙。
According to the essential factors of cooperative learning, this study is to develop a network supported cooperative learning system. This system can support: grouping and maintaining cooperative groups; allocating, sharing and scheduling tasks and resources; tracing group activities and providing cooperative incentives; tracing and examining individual accountability and contributions and one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-many, synchronous, asynchronous based communication and interaction. To futher evaluate the system, 5-6th grade elementary school students from different schools used the system to carry out a network cooperative learning activity, which was project-oriented and took “weather” as the main theme. The analysis of students’ interaction messages, group productions (notes and reports) and questionnaire responses proved that the system successfully supported network cooperative learning but the design was partially ineffective. So the system was suggested for guiding student to alloct the tasks, simulating the real space of school, and tring to trace individual accountability by way of grouping process. Besides it also found that it seems a obstruction for network cooperative learning that the students cannot use computer or network usually and customary.
第一章 緒論...................1
第一節 研究背景...............1
第二節 研究目的...............2
第二章 文獻探討...............3
第一節 網路特性對學習的意義...3
第二節 網路合作學習的要素.....4
第三節 網路合作學習系統.......6
第三章 系統分析...............9
第一節 功能需求分析...........9
第二節 使用者分析............11
第三節 系統規格及開發技術....11
第四章 系統設計..............13
第一節 系統模組的設計........13
第二節 資料庫的設計..........16
第五章 系統實作..............18
第一節 系統虛擬環境..........18
第二節 系統模組功能..........21
第六章 系統評估..............35
第一節 評估的方法............35
第二節 結果與討論............36
第七章 結論與建議............46
參考文獻.....................47
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附錄一、活動問卷.............54
附錄二、學習活動內容.........59
附錄三、學生各種評量題目.....61
附錄四、教師各種評量標準.....64
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