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An Analysis of Science Academic Achievement and Chemistry Items for Multiple Culture and North Korean Migrant Students
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An Analysis of Science Academic Achievement and Chemistry Items for Multiple Culture and North Korean Migrant Students
Kim, Hyun-Kyung;
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 Abstract
In this study, we analyzed the characteristics of science academic achievement by multiple culture and North Korean migrant students types, percentage of correct answer and discrimination per items per groups, and contents domains using quantitative and qualitative method in the National Assessment of Educational Achievement (NAEA). As a results of analysis, the degree of science academic achievement of the students from multiple culture and North Korean is much lower than that of the general students. Also, the science academic achievement of the students from multiple culture and North Korean migrant is different from the general students. Especially, science academic achievement of the immigrated students and the North Korean migrant students was lowest. The analysis of items that the difference of the percentage of correct answer was large showed that the students from multiple culture and North Korean migrant were equally weak to it in all contents domains, but that the students from international marriage family born in country were weak in some areas. Therefore, the appropriate the teaching and learning method and the educational support is needed considering the group situation, so the educational implications are discussed.
 Keywords
National Assessment of Educational Achievement(NAEA);Science Academic Achievement;Multiple culture and North Korean Migrant Student;
 Language
Korean
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