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Volume 21, Issue 4 - 00 2009
Volume 21, Issue 3 - 00 2009
Volume 21, Issue 2 - 00 2009
Volume 21, Issue 1 - 00 2009
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A study on sex-role reflected in the illustrations of social studies textbooks in Korean elementary schools
BYEON, Hyo-Jong ; BAIK, Mi-Hwa ; KANG, Hee-Jong ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 471~488
This study aims to analyze the illustrations of social studies textbooks in order to find both sex-stereotypes and changing trends of sex-stereotypes last 60 years. For the study, 56 textbooks of elementary social studies of grades 3 to 6 are collected from the first to seventh national curriculum. The illustrations of social studies textbooks are analyzed from two different perspectives. First, it analyzes the numbers of male and female appearances in the work place of the textbook illustrations. Second, it analyzes sex-stereotypes in the work place. Through the analysis, this study tried to find changing trends of sex-stereotypes last 60 years in the illustrations of social studies textbooks. The findings and suggestions are as follows. First, we need to make more female appearances in the illustrations in order to make female and male appearances balanced in the textbooks. Second, we need to make more female appearances in the work place, especially providing more female appearances in the illustrations of high-ranking jobs. Third, we need to present male and female characters more balanced in a variety of life situations, thereby contributing to the equal and just society to come in the near future.
Review of Researches in Concept, Measurement, Effect, and Influence Factor of Teacher Efficacy
JU, Dong-Beom ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 489~498
The purpose of the study is to review research in concept, measurement, effect, and influence factor of teacher efficacy. Through the review of previous research, the study shows that the concept of teacher efficacy is likely to be situation-specific rather than teacher characteristic. And the study represents that the measurement of teacher efficacy is related to the development of measurement instrument and the extraction of construct. The effect of teacher efficacy concerns the relationship between teacher efficacy and the student's academic achievement and affective traits such as motivation, interests, and attitude, and the relationship between teacher efficacy and teacher. And the influence factor of teacher efficacy concerns the influence of job environment related to teacher. The four things mentioned above are discussed in detail based on the previous research.
A Case Study on Analysis of Field Excellent Class through Flanders Interaction System
HEO, Gyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 499~507
The purpose of this study was to improve teachers' instruction and to identify the characteristics of interaction between teachers and children. Field excellent class instructions, which were known as the best lectures from the competition of an instruction contest in Busan, were video recorded and openly released on the internet. A teacher who won a prize for his excellent teaching at the contest demonstrated a Korean subject class on sixth grade elementary school curriculum. His instruction was analyzed by two coders based on the frame of Flanders' language interaction system. Inter-coder reliability was .967 from Scott's coefficient. From the results of the Flanders index, the major and minor instruction sequences were 4-8-2-5 and 6-0-5-4, and the teacher tended to interact with students by accepting feeling and ideas. These results could provide effective cues and information on how to to improve instruction.
A study of teacher's recognition on teacher evaluation system
KIM, Dal-Hyo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 508~522
A teacher evaluation system is a hot issue of educational policy these days. Many teachers have opposed teacher evaluation system, but government and many parents have agreed teacher evaluation system. And some people agree teacher evaluation system, but some people disagree teacher evaluation system. The approvers of teacher evaluation system insist that teacher evaluation system can provide the quality of instruction, satisfaction of schooling, and nation's competition capacity. But opponents of teacher evaluation system insist that teacher evaluation system can provide dissatisfaction of teachers' job, excessive competition among teachers, and the failure of educational policy. So, comprehensive studies about teacher evaluation system are needed. The purpose of this study was to investigate that elementary and secondary teachers' recognition about teacher evaluation system. The tool of this study was used questionnaire which was made by researcher of this study. This study indicates as follows. Many teachers opposed teacher evaluation system, because of deficit of validity and reliability of teacher evaluation system. Also, many teachers indicated instruction ability as the most important evaluation standard of teacher evaluation system. And many teachers predicted the dissatisfaction of teachers' job and excessive competition among teachers as a result of teacher evaluation system.
Grounded Theory Approach to the Procedure of International Students' Learning Korean
KIM, A-Young ; KANG, E-Wha ; KIM, Dae-Hyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 523~542
The purpose of this study was to figure out the procedure of learning Korean for international students. A research question was set up as follows: What is the procedure of leaning Korean for international students in Korean universities? To achieve the research purpose, this study implemented a method of semi-constructed interviews. Nineteen international students participated in the interview. The collected data for this study included transcripts from each interview. The transcripts of 60 minutes of interviews with all the participants was audio-taped recorded. This study investigated the research question based on the grounded theory. The analysis of open coding, axial-coding, and selective coding was used in the study. Results indicated that international students learned Korean in a daily basis, and then they adapted to academic Korean in their majored fields. Both personality and mother tongue influenced Korean language learning positively and negatively. International students' improvement of Korean was related in studying with Korean mass media such as TV soap dramas, talk shows, and songs. International students think that TOPIK(Test Of Proficiency In Korean) is not much related with their Korean language fluency. In conclusion, the researchers suggested to give more emphasis on academic training courses for Korean language and to improve the TOPIK in general academic Korean.
Educational UCC Development and Knowledge Creation Strategy in Web 2.0
JUNG, Ju-Young ; Ahn, Young-Sik ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 543~555
The characteristic of Web 2.0 is openness, participation, share, cooperation and creation. The purpose of this article was to identify learner based knowledge creation strategy through UCC in Web 2.0, to develop UCC by university students and to make systematic UCC process. This article suggested knowledge creation strategy with UCC learning Community of Practice(CoP). UCC was developed by 25 students who registered e-learning in "P" university and conducted interview with students and experts to analyze the contents which related with research questions. Systematic process for developing educational UCC was consisted of sectors such as idea creation, design, development, implementation and evaluation. Main developing process steps were as follows: making subject
making story board
planning of filming
reviewing final product
evaluating. For learner based knowledge creation through UCC, educational institutions have to provide platform for learners' need, and learners create diverse ideas with UCC CoP. This article suggested knowledge creation strategy with sharing collective intelligence through process of UCC design, development, implement and evaluation.
A commercial farm feeding trial to evaluate the laboratory formulated extruded pellet for olive flounder in the East Sea
KIM, Kang-Woong ; HEO, Saet-Byeol ; KIM, Kyoung-Duck ; SON, Maeng-Hyun ; PARK, Min-Woo ; BAI, Sungchul-C. ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 556~561
This study was conducted to evaluate the laboratory formulated extruded pellet (EP) for olive flounder Paralichthys olivaceus in the East Sea. Three replicate groups of 3,200 fish per each tank (initial weight of
) were fed one of the two EPs (EP and CEP) and Moist pellet (MP) for 16 months in a commercial farm (Pohang, Korea). Survival was not significantly affected by experimental diets (P>0.05). Weight gain and specific growth rate of fish fed the EP were not significantly different from those of fish fed the MP, but that of fish fed CEP was significantly lower than that of fish fed EP and MP (P<0.05). Feed efficiency and protein efficiency ratio of fish fed the EP was significantly higher than those of fish fed MP (P<0.05), but not significantly different from those of fish fed CEP (P>0.05). The Contents of moisture, crude protein and crude lipid in the dorsal muscle were not significantly different among all groups (P>0.05). These results clearly indicated that the laboratory formulated extruded pellet used in this study can be developed to replace the moist pellet without affecting any growth performance of olive flounder in the commercial farm feeding trail.
Evaluation of the improving extruded pellet for juvenile olive flounder Paralichthys olivaceus
KIM, Kang-Woong ; HEO, Saet-Byeol ; KIM, Kyoung-Duck ; SON, Maeng-Hyun ; KIM, Shin-Kwon ; PARK, Min-Woo ; BAII, Sungchul C. ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 562~567
This study was conducted to evaluate of improving extruded pellet (EP) for growth of juvenile flounder by comparing with raw fish-based moist pellet (MP) diet. Two replicate groups of 80 fish per each tank (initial weight of
) were fed one of the three EPs (EP1, EP2 and CEP) and (MP for 16 weeks. Survival was not significantly affected by experimental diets (P>0.05). Weight gain of fish fed the MP was not significantly different from that of fish fed the EP1 & EP2 (P>0.05), but that of fish fed CEP was significantly lower than that of fish fed MP (P<0.05). Specific growth rate of fish fed the CEP was significantly lower than those of fish fed EP1, EP2 and MP (P<0.05). Feed efficiency of fish fed the EP1 was significantly higher than those of fish fed CEP and MP (P<0.05), but not significantly different from those of fish fed EP2 (P>0.05). The Contents of crude protein and crude lipid in whole body were significantly different among all groups (P<0.05). Therefore, these results strongly suggest that EP1 & EP2 diets could be developed to replace MP diet for flounder without adverse effects on growth performance.
Study on the Solving Conflicts between Fishing Village Community and Residents in using Community Fishing Ground
CHOI, Young-Chan ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 568~575
On the conflict factors in using community fishing ground and their solutions, some conclusions are derived with the survey for fishing villages, residents, tourists as follows: Jeju Island has beautiful sceneries with seas in all the directions and so remarkable potential as personal experience fishing village. For sustainable development of ecological tourism in each fishing village, systematic, long-term development plans and management systems through decision making with residents in fishing and non-fishing villages are demanded. For tourist development of fishing village, protection management systems for marine and swampy land are needed first of all. Next, economical profit and the participation of resident have first priority, and also individual standards for each village are urgently prepared based on the results of basic research on each village. Finally, educations on environment and fishing village with professional tourist guide are needed. Ecological protection, environmental education, resident participation, local government's concern, and financial support could solve residential conflicts and make Jeju Island a Mecca of local fishing village tourism.
A Study on the Select of Releasing Fishes for the Nourishment of Fisheries Resources around the Gunsan Coastal Seas
KIM, Jong-Hwa ; KIM, Min-Suck ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 576~585
The aim of this study is to indicate that how to select the releasing fishes for the nourishment of fisheries resources in small ranching area around the Gunsan coastal seas. The collected data were analysed, and revealed that the proper fisheries for releasing around the seas are Limanda Yokohame, sebastes schlegeli, paralichthys olibaceus, black porgy and little clam.
A Study on the New Course Distance and the proper time to alter course
KIM, Min-Seok ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 586~591
The marine traffic accidents go on increasing owing to the increment of marine traffic capacity, and the solutions about these matters are vigorously considering by many researchers. When the watch officer navigates to the narrow channel, bend or an area obscured by an intervening obstruction and around the harbour limit he must follow the planned track. The watch officer can safely navigate along the course laid down only when he alters his course in advance before the new course distance earlier than the course alternation point. If we call this point to be changed in advance a turning bearing, the turning bearing is decided according to the direction and the range from the clearing objects. The turning bearing helps the watch officer to determine whether the ship is at wheel-over position or not. The author in this paper suggest how to make and use a curve graph which is decided according to the direction and the distance from the clearing objects. If the watch officer utilize this curve graph he can judge swiftly and precisely whether his ship is at the wheel - over position or not.
A Study of Teachers' Perception on the School Autonomy Policy
JUNG, Sung-Soo ; KIM, Jae-Kum ; KIM, Hoon-Ho ; OH, Se-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 592~606
The purpose of this study was to see teachers' perception on the School Autonomy Policy and to give some suggestions for better settlement of the policy. To achieve the above aim, we used survey method to 390 teachers and analyzed 363 responses with SPSS program. The research findings are as follows. Most of teachers supported the intent and aim of the School Autonomy Policy, however, the respondents showed conflicting responses on the contents, process, core subject according to their interests. In other words, respondents who have more teaching career including principals answered positively on the policy and it's process than lower career teachers. Lower career teachers expressed very negative recognition and little understanding for the policy itself. From the result of the survey, it could be suggested that the teachers' cooperation, especially lower career teachers' conciliation, is very important to settle down the School Autonomy Policy successively.
A Study on the Situation Factor related to Consumer Involvement of Seafood
JANG, Young-soo ; KIM, Min-Ji ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 4, 2009, Pages 607~621
In order to deal with consumer's demand changes in market condition, it is necessary to have a study on the consumer behavior to promote seafood consumption. The objective of this study is to examine the factors that have influences on consumer involvement of seafood. It is also aim to examine how the situation of seafood factors influences the consumer's behavior in purchasing and consuming the seafood. In this study, I have conducted a survey by using Busan housewives as random sampling. To examine this variable, situation factors that I used if the factor analysis. I also performed a multiple regression analysis to understand how the situation factors influenced the consumer's emotion and their satisfaction within the level of involvement. The result showed that consumer involvement seafood is created by not only interests and preferences, but also knowledge, perceived risk and profits. The seafood situation factors are divided into purchase situation, consumption situation and communication situation: purchase situation includes store factor, while consumption situation includes health factor and cooking-motive factor and communication situation includes information factor. Results of examining whether there are differences in the involvement explains that the involvement is different according to the level and it is divided into 2 groups. The first groups is the high-involvement group that shows preferences and interests, perceived risk and profits. Another group is the low-involvement group that shows preferences and interests, knowledge and profits. The result on examining whether situation sectors have influences on the involvement shows that high-involvement group is only affected by store factor in purchase situation and low-involvement group is only affected by information factor in communication situation.