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標題: The Effects of the Outdoor Education Program, "Forest Backpacker Hostel" on Elementary School Higher Grades' Environmental Education at Neishuangxi Nature Center
內雙溪自然中心戶外教學方案「森林背包客棧」對國小高年級學童環境教育之成效研究
作者: Ying-Ming Lai
Hsy-Yu Tzeng
Yen-Hsueh Tseng
賴羿鳴
曾喜育
曾彥學
關鍵字: 環境態度;課程評估;學習成效;情境教學;Environmental Attitude;Evaluation;Learning Achievement;Situated Teaching
Project: 林業研究季刊, Volume 37, Issue3, Page(s) 181-193.
摘要: 
This study was carried on the evaluation of the outdoor education program, "Forest Backpacker Hostel" of Neishuangxi Nature Center, including the circumstance in the center's curricula and the students' learning performance. The pre- and post-test questionnaires were used to evaluate the learning performances and expectations of higher grades students of elementary school students. The results revealed that most students expected to see some plants in forest and for fresh air, also got some new information before joining "Forest Backpacker". After "Forest Backpacker", most students scored higher significantly compared their pretest results in knowledge, attitude and behavior. Besides, when students have more interest of reading and watching TV program about nature, they could get better score in learning performance. Overall, most students enjoyed the program and expressed their strong willingness to participate similar outdoor education. According to the results, the findings could provide Neishuangxi Nature Center as the reference for its program development and for further research.

本研究旨在評估內雙溪自然中心戶外教學方案之「森林背包客棧」課程,瞭解此課程之執行現況及參與學童的學習成效。方法採用前實驗設計裡的單組前測─後測設計,透過前測問卷與後測問卷瞭解參與國小高年級學童之學習成效以及其對戶外教學的想法與期待。研究結果顯示,參訪前的學童對於此次戶外教學方案期待能實際進入森林體驗並看見森林裡的植物,並且在呼吸新鮮空氣的同時,亦能汲取新知識;在參與「森林背包客棧」課程方案後,對於學童的生態知識與環境態度及行為意向上的提升皆有明顯助益。當學童較喜愛閱讀大自然動物與植物書籍或收看相關電視節目,其行為意向較佳,且學童多喜歡此次戶外教學方案活動且願意再次參加。本文最後根據研究結果,針對內雙溪自然中心的課程發展提供後續研究建議。
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/93549
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