AE  >> Vol. 4 No. 3B (May 2014)

    Investigating Vocational School Students’ Intention of Competing Learning

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学习态度认知负荷学习意图Investigating Vocational School Students’ Intention of Competing Learning



The learning willingness of students in night vocational schooling is considered lower than other counterparts, such as general high school. To stimulate their willingness, this study adopted a game-like teaching approach by competing to answer quizzes to explore the three types of cognitive load in using this approach and to understanding the correlates of their learning interest and continuance intention to engage in this type of teaching. 373 senior vocational high students participated in this experiment, and data of 276 effectively were returned and subjected to confirmatory factor analysis and structure equation analysis. The results of this study revealed that among three types of cognitive load, only intrinsic cognitive load was positively correlated to learning interest under competing to answer quizzes, contrary, the other two types of cognitive load, extraneous and germane cognitive load were negatively correlated to learning interest. However, the higher level of learning interest participants had, the higher level of continuance intention to engage in this teaching approach they would. The implication of this result suggested that the intrinsic motivation and intrinsic cognitive load were connected in a way to learn in a competitive environment. 

陈美君. 高职生在抢答式学习中持续学习意愿之调查[J]. 教育进展, 2014, 4(3): 53-57.


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