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Title: Investigating the Influence of Motivation on Students’Conceptual Learning Outcomes in Web-based vs. Classroom-based Science Teaching Contexts
Authors: Yen, Hung-Chih;Tuan, Hsiao-Lin;Liao, Chi-Hung
Contributors: 科學教育研究所
Keywords: Conceptual learning;Science learning motivation;Web-based learning
Date: 2011
Issue Date: 2012-11-22T07:45:23Z
Publisher: SpringerLink
Abstract: The purposes of this study were to investigate students’ conceptual learning
outcomes and the effect of motivation on students’ conceptual learning outcomes in two
different contexts: a Web-based and a classroom-based instruction, which incorporated the
Dual Situation Learning Model (DSLM). Nine classes of Grade eight students (N=190)
were involved in the study; five classes participated in a Web-based context and four
classes in a regular classroom-based context. The topic covered was chemical reaction.
Students’ conceptual change outcomes were assessed using eight two-tier pre/post
conceptual tests during the instruction and the reaction rate integrated conceptual test at
the end of the instruction. Students’ motivation data were collected in the beginning and
during instruction using the items from the Students’ Motivation Toward Science Learning
(SMTSL) questionnaire. The data were analyzed using ANOVA, ANCOVA, bivariate
correlation, and multiple regression analysis. Findings revealed that students’ motivational
factors were correlated significantly with their conceptual learning outcomes in both Webbased
and classroom-based science teaching. In the Web-based context, students’
motivation during the Web-based learning played a more important role on students’
conceptual learning outcomes than before learning.
Relation: Research in Science Education, 41(2): 211-224
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