A Study on the Antecedents and Inf luences of the College Students’ Use of Smart Phones in Classroom

Fu-Yuan Hong;Der-Hsiang Huang


所屬期刊: 第11卷第4期 「測驗與評量」
系統編號: vol043_05
主題: 測驗與評量
出版年份: 2015
作者: 洪福源;黃德祥
作者(英文): Fu-Yuan Hong;Der-Hsiang Huang
論文名稱: 大學生上課使用智慧型手機行為及其對學生影響之探究
論文名稱(英文): A Study on the Antecedents and Inf luences of the College Students’ Use of Smart Phones in Classroom
論文頁數: 18
中文關鍵字: 智慧型手機;團體規範;態度;影響
英文關鍵字: smart phone;group norms;attitudes;influences
服務單位: 大葉大學教育專業發展研究所副教授;大葉大學教育專業發展研究所教授兼所長、兼師資培育中心主任
稿件字數: 10602
作者專長: 心理學理論與方法學、測驗評量與教育學方法論、課程與教學
投稿日期: 2015/4/7
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摘要(中文): 本研究旨在以大學生的觀點,瞭解影響大學生上課使用智慧型手機行為之可能決定因素(antecedents)、及其對學生的可能影響。本研究以上課使用智慧型手機團體規範量表、上課使用智慧型手機態度量表、上課使用智慧型手機影響量表為測量工具,有效樣本共計有 306 位大學生,男女生各占 50.3% 與 49.7%。本研究結果顯示,每堂課大學生上課使用智慧型手機平均時間為 21.61 分鐘。再者,上課使用智慧型手機團體規範與態度、對個人影響效果、對個人學習負面效果間均存在顯著關連性。最後上課使用智慧型手機態度則與行為、對個人影響效果、對個人學習負面效果之間亦具有關連。依據以上結果進行討論與建議,同時本研究結果可做為未來研究之基礎。
摘要(英文): This study aims to understand antecedents and influences of the use of smartphones in classroom to students. An effective sample of total 306 (male: 50.3%; female: 49.7%) was retrieved by the use of smartphones in class of group norms scale, the use of smartphones in class of attitude scale, and the use of smartphones in class influence scales. The research results are as follows: 1) college students spend 21.61 minutes on average to use smartphones in each class; 2) the use of smartphones in classroom group norms have significant predictive effects on attitudes, the effect of personal influence and the negative effect of personal learning; 3) the use of smartphones in classroom attitudes have significant predictive effects on the use behavior of smartphones, the effect of personal influence and the negative effect of personal learning. Based on the results, this paper proposes suggestions for college teachers and future studies.
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