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The Effect of the Design Based STEAM Program Utilizing Smart Device for Interest in Science and STEAM Literacy
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The Effect of the Design Based STEAM Program Utilizing Smart Device for Interest in Science and STEAM Literacy
Lee, Sang-Gyun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of interest in science and STEAM Literacy through the use of the design based STEAM program utilizing Smart Device for elementary students. For the purpose of this study, a teaching plan and worksheet for students using STEAM Programs was developed and applied. The results of this study are as follows: First, the improvement in the interest in science score has statistically meaningful difference(p<.05). Second, the change in students^{\backprime} STEAM Literacy by applying the design based STEAM program utilizing Smart Device has statistically meaningful difference (p<.05). Third, according to the analysis of a questionnaire used to evaluate the program, students had a positive perception of the STEAM program and gained higher level of satisfaction about the lesson. Therefore, design based STEAM Program utilizing Smart Device applied in this study might be useful to improve STEAM Literacy, and can be expected to improve interest in science and should be widely applied to Science education.
 Keywords
design based STEAM program;smart device;interest in science;STEAM literacy;
 Language
Korean
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