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|Other Titles: ||Strategies of Slowing Down the Student Flowing Outwardly in Remote Districts Junior High School---Take Shinny Junior High School Nantou County as an Example|
Tsong -Wen Chen
remote district junior high school;student flowing outwardly;decision-making ofschool choice
|Issue Date: ||2010-12-03
Strategies Study of Slowing Down the Student Flowing Outwardly in Remote Districts Junior High School─ Take Shinny Junior High School Nantou County as an Example
The purposes of this study was to explore statuses and reasons of students flowing outwardly in the faraway country junior high school, take Shinny Junior High School Nantou county as an example.
There are 173 students participated in the questionnaire study and 33 people accepted interviews. The questionnaire for this study was Decision-making of School Choice Questionnaire. The descriptive statistic, t-test, one-way ANOVA and Pearson correlations were conducted to test each research question. The results clearly showed the actions of enroll 7th grade students is effective. The policy decisions of reduce student flowing outwardly are promotes the teacher specialized abilities ,to enhance students achievements ,construct a high quality campus environment ,enriches each teaching activity and students’ mass organization activities ,strengthens the parents’ and teachers’ cooperation and to promote parents participate school matters ,to effect sales of school educational achievement to construct a high quality school。
Besides fore-mentioned matters of strategy
,there are differences in decision-making of school choice among 7th grade students，and students’ thinking are positive with teachers、classmates、 grades、 students’ achievement、 reward system of achievement、 environment and facilities of school、 traffic car、 dorm、 classes after school、 association、 alumnus’ achievements and school reputation , but are opposite with parents’ thinking.
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