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The Relationships and Characteristics between Generic Skills and Undergraduates' Individual Variables
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The Relationships and Characteristics between Generic Skills and Undergraduates' Individual Variables
Song, Youngsook;
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 Abstract
This study examined the relationships and characteristics between generic skills and individual variables. The data from 187 students at a Korean university that participated in the Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO) feasibility study were utilized. The results indicated that there were no differences in generic skills according to gender, age, and grade point average (GPA). The field of study was the only variable showing a statistically significant difference in generic skills among the three groups. As a result of cluster analysis, four groups were formed based on the characteristics of generic skills. No differences in generic skills were observed among the four groups according to gender, age, and field of study. On the other hand, there was a statistically significant difference in generic skills among the four groups according to the GPA.
 Keywords
generic skills;individual variables;AHELO feasibility study;
 Language
Korean
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