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Title: A Study on Web-Based Assessment for College Students -- An Example for Electrical Theory Course
Authors: Chen, Fam-Shing;Chao, Li-Ling;Yao, Kai-Chao;Wang, Tzu-Hua;Wang, Wei-Lung
Contributors: 生物學系
Keywords: Formative assessment;Web-based Assessment and Test Analysis (WATA) System
Date: 2007-03
Issue Date: 2013-03-12T01:49:10Z
Publisher: College of Tech., NCUE
Abstract: This study explored the undergraduate students’ learning effectiveness in two different formative assessment strategies and tried to understand the students’ achievement and attitude for an e-learning environment on the contents of Electrical Theory. Quasi-Experimental Design was applied in this research and 45 students took part from two sophomore classes of Industrial Education and Technology Department in National University of Education for six weeks. These students’ classes were randomly assigned into two groups, Group A “FAM-WATA” (Formative Assessment Module of the Web-based Assessment and Test Analysis system) and Group B “N-WATA” (Normal WATA). The results showed the cognitive achievement of two different participant groups were significantly different (p<.01). There was no significant difference in the treatment of different formative assessment strategies. According to the questionnaire of WFASS (Formative Assessment Strategies Scale of the WATA system), it showed learners had a positive attitude toward FAM-WATA strategies.
Relation: International Journal of Technology and Engineering Education, 2007 Special Issue: 59-65
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