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Title: 國中學生學習風格與學業成就之相關研究-以彰化縣為例
Other Titles: A Study on the Learning Style and Academic Achievement of Junior High School Students in Changhua County
Authors: 王仁基
Contributors: 林素卿
Su-Ching Lin Ph. D
Jen-Chi Wang
Keywords: 國中學生;學習風格;學業成就
Junior high school students;Learning style;Academic achievement
Date: 2010
Issue Date: 2010-12-03
Description: 碩士
Abstract: 本研究目的旨在瞭解彰化縣國中學生學習風格之現況,並瞭解不同背景變項在學習風格的差異情形,再進而探討學習風格維度與學業成就的相關情形及預測力。研究以文獻分析探討學習風格之相關理論與研究。並以「國中學生學習風格量表」針對1,202位彰化縣之國中學生進行調查。本研究採描述統計分析、t考驗、單因子變異數分析、皮爾森積差相關和線性迴歸等統計方法進行資料分析。
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the learning style and the academic achievement for junior high school students. A total of 1,202 junior high school students in Changhua County was randomly selected to participate in the study. All the participants completed the Learning Style Scale for Junior High School Students, and the data collection was analyzed by applying descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA and linear regression.

The results show that the students’ preferences for learning styles were diverger, accommodator, assimilator, and converger in priority. In addition, there were significant differences in the learning style orientation of students with various backgrounds. Also, correlations between students’ learning style and their academic achievement were significant. Students’ learning style can predict their grades on Chinese, English, math and science. Finally, implications of these results were discussed and suggestions for future researches were also given.
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