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研究生:陳玠亨
研究生(外文):Chen Jiehheng
論文名稱:測驗輔助數位學習系統之建置
論文名稱(外文):The Implementation of a Test-Aided e-Learning System
指導教授:許芳榮許芳榮引用關係王玲玲王玲玲引用關係
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:亞洲大學
系所名稱:資訊工程學系碩士班
學門:工程學門
學類:電資工程學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2005
畢業學年度:94
語文別:中文
論文頁數:87
中文關鍵詞:數位學習診斷式學習數位學習平台
外文關鍵詞:e-LearningDiagnosis-Oriented e-Learninge-Learning Platform
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本研究旨在制定、建置高效能之數位學習模式,透過心理學之學習理論(行為主義學習理論、認知主義學習理論和建構主義學習理論),建立一套適合於e化教學之數位學習模式─「診斷導向學習」,並以學習理論觀點切入數位學習議題,從另一種角度(除了時、空)來詮釋數位學習之功能。另外,我們利用數位教材特別製作方法,來驗證目前大量快速產出之數位內容之缺點,並探討數位內容的品質和學習成效及學習理論之關聯。研究中以考試診斷(Q&A)為學習切入點,因為大部份之學生在學習過程中以考試時最為「專注」(和「認知主義學習理論」吻合),並透過「重複」考試達到滿分作為學習之結束點(和「行為主義學習理論」吻合),在考試未達理想時系統將引導學習者進入多媒體之學習情境。
數位教材採具備「診斷性數位學習」、「可重複學習」、「按個人能力學習」、「因人而異之教學」和「同僚互動學習」等特色之創新數位學習平台系統之編寫建置。透過建置許多機制和方法,可以有效診斷每一位學生之程度,再給予適當之補強教學方法,按其學習進度,利用各種學習情境來誘發,提供各種不同種類之學習者作有效之指導,協助學生學習成效,更能完成老師傳統實際作業無法完成之教學程序。因此本研究成果,將可鼓勵並推動各界開發具備診斷導向學習之數位教材,創造「有教無類」和「因人而適教」之學習環境。
The purpose of this research is to establish a diagnosis-oriented e-learning mode based on Psychology’s learning theories, including Behaviorism, Cognitivism, and Constructivism Learning Theories. In addition, we use special digital teaching materials to show the defects of most rapidly generated digital contents. We also illustrate relations among the quality of digital contents, students’ learning effects, and learning theories. Examination diagnosis is used in the research since examination requires great concentration for students at learning. (This matches up to Cognitivism Learning Theory.) The learning process continues through repetitive tests until a perfect score is achieved for a student. (This matches up to Behaviorism Learning Theory.)
We implement a digital learning platform on which we can develop digital materials with characteristics of diagnosis-oriented e-learning, repeatable learning, individual learning, learning of different levels, and interactive learning with colleagues. Furthermore, we can find every student’s learning level effectively and raise his/her level through many kinds of guidelines Besides that, it can help teachers to finish teaching works which are difficult to do by traditional teaching methods. Hence this research results of the thesis will encourage and push all circles to develop diagnosis-oriented learning materials to create a learning environment for individuals.
第一章 緒論 5
1.1 研究背景 5
1.2 研究動機 7
1.3 研究目的 7
1.4 研究範圍 8
1.5 研究方法 8
1.6 研究流程 8
1.7 章節結構 9

第二章 文獻探討 10
2.1 研究形成的背景資料 10
2.1.1 測驗理論 10
2.1.2 電腦化測驗的發展 23
2.1.3 線上測驗的發展 25
2.2 與研究有關的論文 25

第三章 研究內容 28
3.1 研究方法 28
3.1.1 考試導向學習模式之流程建立 28
3.1.2 研究評估對象 29
3.2 教學系統之建置及考試資料庫之設計 30
3.2.1 學習平台系統之建置概念 31
3.2.2 學習平台系統之編寫建置 32

第四章 實證分析 42
4.1 資料分析 42
4.2 統計分析 43

第五章 結論與建議 42

參考文獻 53

附錄1. 58
表A.1 本研究用班級A 58
表A.2 本研究用班級B 59
附錄2 61
數 位 教 學 平 台 61
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