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    Title: The Correlation between the Outdoor Homeland Education and the Promotion of Students?Native Affect-An Example of Yu-Ying Elementary School on Nantou County.
    Authors: CHI,CHING-TZU
    Contributors: Department of Leisure and Recreation Management
    Keywords: homeland affect;learning effect;outdoor homeland education
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2009-11-16 16:06:19 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: The purpose of this research was to explore the influence of the outdoor homeland education on students? learning effect and native affect, to compare the differences between learning effect and the promotion of native affect of students with different sociodemographic characteristics, and to study the relationships among learning effect and the promotion of native affect.

    Through the employment of the questionnaire method, the research investigated the 2nd grade students in Yu-Ying elementary school. A total of 84 vaild questionnaires were collected. The results showed as follows?

    1. The outdoor homeland education could promote the students? learning effect and native affect.
    2. ?Sex? and ?the degrees of enjoying homeland traveling? could make the cognitive learning effect different. Students with different degrees of enjoying homeland traveling revealed obvious differences in the skill learning effect. Students participating in community or homeland activities more times obtained higher grades in the affective learning effect than students who had never participated. Students who enjoyed homeland traveling performed better in the affective learning effect than students who didn?t.
    3. Students with different sexuality and different ability of listening and speaking the mother tongue shows significant differences in the promotion of homeland affect.
    4. There existed a positive correction between the promotion of homeland affect and the skill or affective learning effect. Besides, ?inditity of physical feeling? and ?belongingness? reached the positive correlation with the cognitive learning effect.

    According to the results, the research suggested as follow?
    1. To encourage schools to hold more outdoor homeland education activities to increase the students? homeland affect and learning effect.
    2. To encourage students to attend homeland traveling activities to increase the learning effect.
    3. According to the students? background to provide suitable homeland education to promote the homeland affect.
    4. The cognitive, skill and affective learning should be considered in the design of homeland education, so that the students? homeland affect could be promoted most.
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