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Title: 大學普通生物學後設認知量表的發展
The Development of Metacognition Rating Scale for General Biology
Authors: 王子華;王國華;王瑋龍;黃世傑
Contributors: 生物學系
Keywords: 後設認知;後設認知量表;普通生物學
Metacognition;Metacognition rating scale;General Biology
Date: 2002-12
Issue Date: 2013-03-12T01:47:46Z
Publisher: 臺中教育大學教育測驗統計研究所
Abstract: 本研究旨在發展大學普通生物學後設認知量表,用以評估主修普通生物學的大學生,其學習普通生物學之後設認知能力的情形。本量表經過文獻分析以及專家效度考驗後,形成量表初稿30題,接著針對國內北中南部共四所大學主修生物之學生共798人實施預劃,經過SPSS Ver8.0.lc因素分析考驗構念效度,篩選不適合的題目之後,形成正式量表共19題,共分為四個分量表,分別為:「目標設定分量表」4題、「自我監控分量表」6題、「自我修正分量表」5題與「自我評鑑分量表」4題。量表的累積總變異量高達54.89%。此量表實際的兩次正式施測,其內部一效性α值均高朴0.85 (0.95與0.94),由此可見本量表足可供相關研究參考之用。
The purpose of this study is to develop a metacognition rating scale for General Biology to evaluate the metacognition of university students majoring in Biology. The original version of rating scale is inclusive of 30 items. The original version is tested by 798 students who majoring in Biology in four universities of Taiwan. We use SPSS Ver8.0.lc to perform factor analysis to analyze the result and then delete unsuitable items. The final version of rating scale contains 19 items including four subtitles. They are "Purpose-Setting(4 items)", "Self-monitoring(6 items)", "Self-modifying(5 items)" and "Self-evaluating(4 items)". The cumulative percentage of variance of this rating scale is 54.89%. After applying two formal testing and analyzing the results, both Cronbach α values are above 0.85 (0.95 and 0.94), which shows that this rating scale is suitable for an reference of relative research.
Relation: 測驗統計年刊, 10: 75-100
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