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Efficacy Analysis of Developed Course for Promoting Character Education with Women's University Students
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 13, Issue 11,  2015, pp.481-491
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2015.13.11.481
 Title & Authors
Efficacy Analysis of Developed Course for Promoting Character Education with Women's University Students
Kim, Ji-Won;
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 Abstract
This research has verified the efficacy of character education course in Liberal Art Curriculum in accordance with the objective of K Women's University of which is the 'mind sharing through mindfulness, SMART human resources development'. Most of the content of character education is organized aiming to promote values of "appreciation". The subjects are experimental group and control group, of which are 229. Research methods were t-test of between groups. The effects of the course have shown that the experimental group students were higher on the level of connectedness sub-scale in Gestalt Contact Boundary Scale than those of the control group students(t=2.323, p = .021). Although the 'character education' course increased connectedness, but it no positive effect on mindfulness skill and self-esteem. This results showed that character education course is effective to promote mind sharing and connectedness in part. It was discussed about a way of further refining course contents and the need to reflect educational philosophy of the K Women's University.
 Keywords
Character Education Promotion Act;University Character Education;Mindfulness;Gestalt contact boundary scale;Connectedness;Self-esteem;convergence education;
 Language
Korean
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