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Volume 20, Issue 3 - Dec 2008
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The Study of Effect of Educational Value and Barrier's Factors on Developmental activity of the marine sports in a middle school teachers in Pusan
Ji, Sam-Up ; Mun, Sun-Ho ; Lee, Jae-Bin ; Kim, Nam-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 147~155
The purpose of this study was to identify the causal relationship developmental activity of the marine sports among the educational value and barrier's factors in a middle school teachers in Busan. Responses were collected from 352 questionnaires which participated in the survey chosen by convenient sampling from the middle school teachers who working the area of Busan. A total of 338 responses were used in data analysis; 14 questionnaires were excluded form data analysis because of incomplete or missing data. To conduct this study the multiple regression analysis was used by SPSS 10.0. The result of this study disclosed; first, The factors of educational value such as self-concept development, collaboration, human relationship, and emotional development were statistically causal relationship with the developmental activity of the marine sports. The other factors of creativity, leisure activity, and health were not statistically causal relationship with the development activity of the marine sports. Second, the barrier's factors of facility and weather were statistically causal relationship with the developmental activity of the marine sports. The other barrier's factors of safety accident, program, and participation expense were not statistically causal relationship with the developmental activity of the marine sports.
Sensible heat flux estimated by gradient method at Goheung bay wetland
Kim, Dong-Su ; Kwon, Byung-Hyuk ; Kim, Il Kyu ; Kang, Dong Hwan ; Kim, Kwang-Ho ; Kim, Geun-Hoi ; Park, Jun-Sang ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 156~167
Meorological data have been collected to monitor the wetland area in Goheung bay since 2003 and four intensive observations were conducted to study effects of the atmospheric turbulence on the energy budget and the ecological changes. We improved an algorithm to estimate the sensible heat flux with routine data. The sensible heat flux estimated by gradient method was in good agreement with that measured by precision instruments such as surface layer scintillometer and ultrasonic anemometer. Diurnal variations of sensible heat flux showed analogous tendency to those of temperature gradient. When the vertical wind shear of horizontal wind components was weak, even though temperature gradient was strong, the gradient method underestimated the sensible heat flux. A compensation for the cloud will make this gradient method be a helpful tool to monitor the ecosystem without expensive instruments except for weak wind shear and temperature gradient.
An International Comparative Study on the Elementary Social Studies Curriculum and Textbooks
Park, So-Young ; Kim, Dae-Hyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 168~183
The purpose of this paper was to compare and analyze the elementary curriculum and textbook integration of social studies in Korea, USA, and England in terms of content integration and to make suggestions for the improvement of Korean social studies curriculum and textbooks. For this study, social studies curriculum and textbooks of three different countries were analyzed according to the three criteria: sequence, types and focus of integration. In this comparative study, five suggestions were made for the improvement of the Korean elementary social studies curriculum and textbooks. First, Korean social studies curriculum should have a subject focus at each grade level. Second, it is recommended that Korean social studies curriculum should present clear interrelations among geography, history, and civics at each grade level. Third, Korean social studies curriculum needs to have diverse criteria on which to select and organize themes. Fourth, Korean social studies textbooks need to have increased number of interdisciplinary large units. Fifth, it is necessary that the authors of Korean social studies textbooks integrate contents in consideration of students' life context in order to raise the relevance of the contents of history and geography.
Development of Instructional Activity Support Model for Capstone Design to Creative Engineering Education
Park, Su-Hong ; Jung, Ju-Young ; Ryu, Young-Ho ; KIM, Seong-Ok ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 184~200
The purpose of this paper is to develop instructional activity support model for capstone design in order for improving creative engineering education. To do this, having extracted the core idea of capstone design, and elicited core learning activity process, and grasped core supportive factors according to each core learning activity process that elicited, an improved instructional design model for capstone design was then developed through formative evaluation with respect to the draft of the instructional system development model for capstone design. As to major research methods, case analysis, requirements analysis through interview, and formative evaluation by experts were employed, and then research studies were undertaken. The formative evaluation by experts was carried out for two hours in 2007, and the experts participated in the evaluation consisted of total 6 persons: two specialists of capstone design contents, two professionals in field works, and two expert instructional designers in education engineering. Interview results had been reflected in this research when developing final instructional design model for capstone design. The core learning activity process of the final instructional design model for caption design, which developed in this research, comprises following stages: (1) Team building
(2) Integrated meeting between industry and academy
(3) Analysis of tasks
(4) Clarification of tasks
(5) Seeking solutions for issues
(6) Eliciting priority of solutions
(7) Designing solutions and construction
(8) Exhibiting outcomes and presentation
(9) Gaining comprehensive insights Also, in the core learning activity process, supportive factors that support implementation of each step were presented having been categorized into facilitator (teacher, and professionals in field works), learner and tool, etc.
Toward an Integrated Theory of Career Choice and Development
Lee, Hee-Yeong ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 201~208
The Relations among Use of Internet and Cellular Phone and Academic Achievement with Middle School Students
Lee, Jeong-Hwa ; Park, Jeong-Eon ; Choi, Seon-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 209~221
While internet and cellular phones are very attractive to adolescents, they cause a lot of problems because of adolescent's addiction to internet and cellular phones. The purpose of this study is to investigate relations among overuse of internet and cellular phone and academic achievement with middle school students according to their sex and grade. For this purpose, the survey consist of 44-item, self-administered paper-and-pencil questionnaire from 444 two middle schools students located in Busan. Also, their academic achievements were used for statistical data processing. As a result, firstly, middle school students did not tend to be so seriously addicted to the internet and cellular phones. The internet was used more by male students and cellular phones by female students, and the more male and female students used the internet, the higher they tended to use the cellular phones. There was a negative correlation between the tendency of internet use and academic achievement, but there were no significant differences between genders. In terms of the tendency of using cellular phones and academic achievement, there were no correlations among male students, but there was a negative correlation in female counterparts. Secondly, in terms of grade, the 2nd-grade students had a higher tendency to use both of them than the 1st- and 3rd-grade counterparts. The tendency of using the internet and cellular phones, in each grade had significantly static correlation and the higher they tended to use the internet, the lower they had academic achievement the 3rd-grade. On the other hand, the tendency of using cellular phones, only 2nd-grade students had low academic achievement.
The Analysis of Oceanic Contents based on Vocational High School Textbook in Korea
Kim, Sam-Kon ; Hong, Chul-Hoon ; Cha, Cheol-Pyo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 222~235
The study analyzed 343 government-authorized and officially approved textbooks of the Seventh Curriculum's specialized subjects in high school from March to September, 2007. The textbooks were categorized into the area of agriculture, industry, commerce, household and business, science, foreign languages and physical exercise and analyzed in terms of the target and content areas of marine education. And the findings were as follows: First, among the textbooks in the seven groups serving as the focus of this study, 19.8% have oceanic-related information but pages including ocean contents occupy only 0.8%. Consequently ocean-related contents are scarcely included. The ocean-related contents are necessary to be treated goals. Second, the goals of school oceanic education are focused in vocational subjects. In order of commonality, information & knowledge are most frequent, then functionality, followed by activity & participation. There was no education provided focusing on value & attitude. Given that school oceanic educations were selected for promoting the importance of the ocean and highlighting the problems of the ocean, the lack of information & knowledge is of concern. The goals of oceanic education should be augmented to actively and positively participate in the solutions of the problems with knowledge, ocean-friendly value & attitude, and increased activity & participation. Third, the contents of school oceanic education commonly focuses on the relationships of oceans and humans, oceans and ecology, and artificial oceanic environments and facilities. Less common but still introduced are ocean resources, sea pollution, sea preservation and measures. Yet, in contrast there is a lack of education in the ethics of sea preservation.
An Exploration on Elements of e-Teaching Portfolio for Enhancing Teaching Expertise in Higher Education
Lee, Eun-Hwa ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 236~248
This study has explored the elements of e-teaching portfolio for enhancing teaching expertise in higher education. This study is carried out through the literature review and expert's focus group interview. As the result of this study, seven elements of e-teaching portfolio for enhancing teaching expertise in higher education have been found. First, 'personal background' include curriculum vitae, course responsibility, and other educational activities. Second, 'teaching philosophy' include the principals on teaching and learning, statements of teaching philosophy. Third, 'learning environment' include the characteristics of students, the previous learning contents, and physical environment. Forth, 'course contents and methods' include teaching strategies and instructional materials, Fifth, 'instructional evaluation' includes the principals of evaluation and the examples of learning outcomes. Sixth, 'endeavor for improvement of instruction' include evidence of activity for teaching improvement and instruction feedback from peer and students. And e-teaching portfolio also includes research career and awards history element.
Research on Therapeutic Factors of Group Counseling for Elementary School Students
Cha, Ta-Soon ; Ahn, Le-Hwan ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 249~265
The purpose of this study is to examine the therapeutic factors of group counseling conducted to the elementary school students. To achieve the purpose, the researchers of this study analysed questionnaire of the 9 therapeutic factors proposed by the Korean Elementary Counseling Education Society(2006) and the survey essay written by the students were added for the research. The reliability (Cronbach's
) of the whole questions were .753 and the subjects of the survey were 13 paper of elementary group counseling and 213 elementary students. The whole students were classified into two groups which are counseling group and guidance group and the students were classified into 3 types (A, B, C type) by the characteristics they possess. The results of the study are as follow. First, the factors displayed highly in 9 therapeutic factors is the learning of interpersonal relations, the considerations of others, the cohesive power. Second, the 9 therapeutic factors displayed significant difference by the gender and type of the students. Third, the factors displayed highly in analysis of survey essay is the acquisition of informations, the self-understanding, the feeling of intimacy, the other-understanding, the catharsis.
A Theoretical Consideration for Integrated Approach of Young Children's Music Education
Lim, Eun-Ae ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 266~285
This study investigated the relationship between musical understanding and expression, the purpose of music education. It also intended to present the theoretical basis of integrated early childhood music education by examining into the necessity of it as a method to help young children with musical understanding and expression. The results of the study showed that either of the understanding and expression of music should be necessary and there is a mutual promotional relationship between them. It was found out that real musical understanding can be formed not by mechanical skill, but when the relationship between notes is understood with various experiences. Therefore an integrated early childhood music education became necessary as a principle of educational method to help young children with musical understanding and musical expression. Concretely it was found out to be necessary in terms of the characteristics, interest and concern of young children, the use and development of multi intelligence and the translation of the same knowledge into the same level.
The Relationship between Teachers' Participation Levels in the Decision Making Process and the Organizational Effectiveness of Middle Schools
Won, Hyo-Heon ; Jo, Myung-Im ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 286~296
This study aims to examine the relationship between teachers' parcitipation levels in the decision making process and the organizational effectiveness in the middle schools. To achieve this objectives, 559 teachers of 18 middle schools in Busan were involved through a questionaire. The results are as follows: First, teachers consider their participation in decision-making to be low. Second, teachers view the effectiveness of school systems higher than average. Third, the correlation between teachers' participation and the system effectiveness (including job satisfaction, organization adaptability and job achievement) was positively high. When teachers' participation levels were divided into 3 groups - low, middle, and high-, the system effectiveness appeared highest with the high- level participation group. These results suggest the need for teacher participation in decision making to enhance the effectiveness of school systems.
The Effects of Career Program with Cooperative Learning Structures on Elementary School Children's Career Development
Lee, Kyeong-Hwa ; Kim, Sung-Ran ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 297~308
This study developed career education program applying cooperative learning structures (Kagan, 1993, 1995, 1997), and tested its effect on elementary school children's career development. Sixth grade students of 2 classes were divided into experimental and control group, and 14 sessions of the program were applied to the experimental group for 8 weeks. Career development test(Lee, 2005) were performed before and after the program. Students in both groups were retested 3 months after the post-test to test continuing effects of the program. Score tendencies and their differences between experimental group and control group of children in 3 career development areas - self-awareness, educational and occupational exploration, and career planing - were tested and the results are as follows: development of 3 areas of self-awareness, educational and occupational exploration, and career planing were consistently increasing along the experimental sequence in experimental group, while the development of 3 areas showed no changes or declining tendencies in control group. Self-awareness and educational and occupational exploration did not show the statistically significant differences between the groups. Meanwhile, the career plaining showed statistically significant difference between the groups in post-test, meaning that the career education program with cooperative structure has positive effects on the career planing in 6th grade students.
A study on Out Door Play of Day Care Centers in Jeju
Kang, Seung-Hee ; Kim, Chang-Suk ; Hwang, Soon-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 309~322
The purpose of this study is to investigate actual environment and operation of outdoor play at day care centers in Jeju area and differences in recognition of outdoor play among teachers and provide basic data to develop an outdoor play program for infants. For this purpose, data were collected from 207 teachers form about 100 day care centers in Jeju area. The results of this study can be summarized as follows: first, there were statistically significant differences in the actual environment of outdoor play mostly by the types of establishment and national, public, or corporate centers had better environment than private ones did. Second, the majority of day care centers in Jeju area were including and operating outdoor play in a daily schedule. Third, there were no significant differences in recognition of outdoor play among teachers.
Biogenic Amine Contents in Fish Products
Whang, Hee-Suk ; Yune, So-Jung ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 323~342
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships among thinking styles and creative personality in early childhood teachers. The subjects of this study were 167 teachers who work in kindergarten in Busan. Data were gathered with Thinking Style Inventory and Creative Personality Scale. ANOVA, Pearson's correlations and multiple regression analysis were used for data analysis. The results of this study were as follows: First, there was no difference in creative personality by teachers' background. But there were significant differences in thinking styles by teachers' background. Second, there were significant correlations between thinking styles and creative personality. Third, legislative, liberal, conservative, anarchic thinking styles were significant contributors to predict creative personality.