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Title: The Development and Learning Effectiveness of a Teaching Module for the Algal Fuel Cell:A Renewable and Sustainable Battery
Authors: Chao, Li-Ling;Wen, Yu-Der;Chen, Pin-Chen;Lin, Chung-Chi;Lin, Shu-Hua;Guo, Chorng-Jee;Wang, Wei-Lung
Contributors: 生物學系
Keywords: Algal;Algal Fuel Cell;Carbon Reduction;Conserving Energy;Environmental Education Program
Date: 2012-10
Issue Date: 2013-03-12T01:49:48Z
Publisher: IGI Global
Abstract: This study emphasizes student-centered learning principles in developing an algal fuel cell teaching module for a student environmental education program. Using the algal battery, one of the authors (a junior high school science teacher) conducted the teaching module in eight classes, with 67 elementary school students in grade 5, 64 junior high school students in grade 8, and 159 senior high school students in grade 10, respectively. Results from the pre- and post- achievement tests of the algal fuel cell teaching module showed that the average score of elementary school, senior high school, and junior high school students increased by 23.73, 18.09, and 17.42 points, respectively, with a significant difference between post- and pretest scores (p<0.001). The gross average of student responses to the questionnaire was 4.04. The mean score for elementary school students significantly differed (p<0.01) from junior high and senior high school students.
Relation: International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 8(4): 1-15
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