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미세먼지 예방 및 관리를 위한 QR 코드 활용의 e-book 기반 유아건강교육 프로그램 모형 개발

Development of health education program model of young children for prevention and management of fine dust based on e-book using QR code

  • 김래은 (유원대학교 영재보육학과) ;
  • 구상미 (유원대학교 간호학과)
  • Kim, Rae-Eun (Department of Gifted Child Care and Education, U1 University) ;
  • Koo, Sang-Mee (Department of Nursing, U1 University)
  • 투고 : 2019.05.30
  • 심사 : 2019.08.20
  • 발행 : 2019.08.28

초록

본 연구는 영유아 건강을 위한 미세먼지를 예방하고 관리할 수 있기 위해 QR 코드를 이용한 E-book 기반 미세먼지 예방 교육 프로그램 모형을 개발하고자 하였다. 이에 아동건강 전문가 2명과 영유아 교육전문가 3명의 심도 깊은 토론을 통해 미세먼지 예방을 위한 유아건강교육 프로그램 모형을 개발했으며, QR 코드를 이용한 E-book을 개발하였다. QR 코드를 활용한 e-book 기반의 미세먼지 예방교육 프로그램 모형은 만 5세 유아를 대상으로 현장 적합성 및 교수매체로서의 적절성을 검증하였다. 연구결과, 첫째, QR 코드를 이용한 E-book 기반 미세먼지 예방 교육프로그램 모형은 감상활동-핵심활동-마무리활동의 3단계를 거쳐 개발되었다. 둘째, QR 코드를 이용한 E-book은 미세먼지 예방 교육 프로그램에 적용가능한 유용한 교수매체이다. 결론적으로, 개발된 QR 코드를 활용한 e-book 기반 미세먼지 예방교육 프로그램은 영유아의 미세먼지에 대한 민감성을 높이고, 영유아교육 분야의 미세먼지 예방 및 건강관리 활동을 위한 적절한 교육방법으로 활용될 것이다.

키워드

미세먼지;영유아;QR 코드;예방 프로그램

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