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Volume 23, Issue 4 - Dec 2011
Volume 23, Issue 3 - Sep 2011
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Volume 23, Issue 1 - Mar 2011
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The Effects of Inferential Reading Strategy Program on Text Comprehension and Korean Language Academic Achievements of Vocational High School Students
Kim, Seon-Kyung ; Yune, So-Jung ; Kim, Jung-Sub ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 1~12
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of inferential reading strategy program on text comprehension and Korean language academic achievements of vocational high school students. We developed the program of inferential reading strategy, applied it to an educational spot, and examined the effects of it on text comprehension ability and Korean language academic achievements of learners. ANCOVA was used for data analysis with SPSS ver.12.0 statistic program. The main findings of this study were as follows. First, the experimental group which had been conducted with the inferential reading strategy program showed statistically significant difference in their text comprehension ability from controlled group. Second, the experimental group showed statistically significant difference in their Korean language academic achievements ability from controlled group. The study shows that the inferential reading strategy program had effect on the text comprehension and Korean language academic achievements of vocational high school students.
A study for development and validation of the 'course evaluation' scale for learner-centered
Park, Sung-Mi ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 13~22
The purpose of this study was to development and validation of the 'course evaluation' scale for learner-centered in university. The research collected preliminary data from 1,567 university students's responses for item and scale quality analyses, and collected 2,539 university students's for item and scale quality analyses, and 300 university professors's responses for validation. Data were analyzed to obtain item quality, reliability, and validity analysis. The results of the study were as follows; The 'course evaluation' scale for learner-centered in university was defined by 5 factors. The 5 factors were structure and sincerity of lecture, suitability of report and test, level of consulting for student, application of educational media, communication. The results of the confirmatory factor analysis confirmed five sub-scales in the 'course evaluation' scale for learner-centered in university scale. Criterion-related validity evidence was obtained from the correlation analysis as the criterion measures. Cross validity evidence was obtained from the confirmatory factor analysis in university professors.
The Development of College Adjustment Program for Freshmen via Admission Officer System
Yune, So-Jung ; Yoon, Chae-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 23~34
The primary purpose of this study was to develop a college adjustment program for freshmen through admission officer system that relies less on test scores and on the various talents evaluated by admissions officers. To help these talented students adjust the new life of the university and enhance their gifts, a college adjustment program was developed with their special needs and characteristics. For that, the survey with 57 students and in-depth interviews with 12 students were conducted. The results revealed that the students wanted to learn study skills, self-management, global mind setting, and life vision and goals setting. Most of the students were worried about their grades because they entered the school with their talents and experience in diverse activities not SAT scores. To promote their academic performance, this program consisted of an academic readiness program which complements students' abilities in primary subjects like math, English, and science, and a potential progress program which is peer-group learning communities based on their own interests like global learning communities, creative learning communities, and service-learning communities. This program was suggested in the context of Comprehensive Development Model. To carry out the program systematically, related organizations and colleges should collaborate with each other.
Behaviour habitats of sailfin sandfish, Arctoscopus japonicus approaching toward the eastern coastal waters of Korea in the spawning season
An, Heui-Chun ; Lee, Kyoung-Hoon ; Lee, Sung-Il ; Park, Hae-Hoon ; Bae, Bong-Seong ; Yang, Jae-Hyeong ; Kim, Jong-Bin ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 35~42
Behaviour habitats of sailfin sandfish, Arctoscopus japonicus, one of the stock recovery species of Korea, were investigated when they were approaching toward the eastern coastal waters of Korea during spawning season. Underwater surveys were conducted in December, 2009 at Jug-island, Goseong, Gangwon-province to observe the behaviour of sailfin sandfish by underwater video camera and underwater camera, and the body characteristics of sailfin sandfish caught by gillnet were measured. It was observed that the species generally move in school but a few of individuals go out of the school to approach and dig into the sand bottom. Eggs of sailfin sandfish were shown in many cases to be attached to seaweed like Sargassum fulvellum and Zostera mairna. The females maintain its body in horizon and shake the body to breed eggs. It was also observed that the males spray sperm on the eggs attached on seaweed. Sailfin sandfish is assumed to make diurnal migration by moving to the shallow coast at night for spawning and fertilization, and moving out to the offshore at sunrise.
The Relationships of the Perceived Attachment, the School Adjustment and the Psychological Well-being of Middle School Students
Park, Hyun-Young ; Kang, Seung-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 43~55
The purpose of the study was to investigate the causal relations among attachment, and school adjustment influencing psychological well-being in middle school students. The data contains 564 middle school students. The statistical techniques were correlation analysis and structural equation modeling. To summarize the results, the correlations among attachment, school adjustment and psychological well-being were significant. The results of the structural equation modeling show that students's attachment and school adjustment had direct positive influence on psychological well-being. These results imply that perceived attachment, school adjustment influence adolescents' psychological well-being.
A study of relations between a teacher's nursery efficacy and multi-cultural nursery efficacy
Hyun, Jung-Hwan ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 56~66
The purpose of this study is in analyzing factors related to a teacher's nursery efficacy. In order to achieve its purpose, a study includes investigation about levels of 748 teachers' interest and knowledge in a child nursery from multi-cultural families, teachers' efforts for understanding the children from multi-cultural families, availability of experience with a child care from multi-cultural families, a teacher's multi-cultural nursery efficacy and general nursery efficacy. As a result of investigation, a study found out that 4 factors (interest, knowledge, efforts, and experience) are related to nursery efficacy and the fact that a teacher's general nursery efficacy is highly associated with multi-cultural nursery efficacy. For this result, providing information about a child care from multi-cultural families and supporting general nursery efficacy play a critical role in supporting teachers' competency about a child care from multi-cultural families.
Analysis of REBA, RULA, OWAS of Wearing and Taking off Skinscuba Equipment for Prevention of Musculoskeletal Injuries
Son, Sung-Min ; Kim, Yong-Jae ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 67~74
The study was constructed an analysis of postures of a expert diver's wearing and taking off with skinscuba equipment using ergonomics tools(REBA, RULA, OWAS) for prevention of Musculoskeletal injuries. This survey is consisted of 4 postures in terms of wearing and taking off : Crouching(alone), Standing(alone), Helping of assistance, Using of stanchion. Their rate of injuries is getting higher due to instability postures, exposed dangers and excessive physical actions. So this study provides basic and educational information for prevention of that. The result is as follows : The result of crouching postures of wearing alone was REBA 9(Ac Level 3), RULA 7(Ac Level 4), OWAS AC 2, and crouching postures of taking off alone was REBA 12(Ac Level 4), RULA 7(Ac Level 4), OWAS AC 4. The result of standing postures of wearing alone was REBA 8(Ac Level 3), RULA 7(Ac Level 4), OWAS AC 3, and standing postures of taking off alone was REBA 8(Ac Level 3), RULA 7(Ac Level 4), OWAS AC 3. The result of helping of assistance postures of wearing was REBA 4(Ac Level 2), RULA 3(Ac Level 2), OWAS AC 2, and standing postures of taking off alone was REBA 4(Ac Level 2), RULA 4(Ac Level 2), OWAS AC 1. The result of using of stanchion postures of wearing was REBA 3(Ac Level 1), RULA 3(Ac Level 2), OWAS AC 1, and standing postures of taking off alone was REBA 3(Ac Level 1), RULA 3(Ac Level 2), OWAS AC 1. Especially both postures of wearing and taking off alone showed high results in the analysis of postures using ergonomics tools(REBA, RULA, OWAS).
Comparative Analysis on 'We are the First Graders' Textbooks
Park, So-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 75~91
The purposes of this study were to compare and analyze the local primary textbooks for the subject of 'We are the First Graders'. This study analyzed the common points and the differences among three textbooks developed by the three educational bureaus of Seoul, Daegu and Busan. The criterion of analysis were scope, sequence and integration of curriculum representing the principles for developing curriculum. The results were as follows: First, the scopes of topics included in 2007 National Curriculum of 'We are the First Graders' were faithfully reflected in the three local textbooks. Second, the sequences of textbooks were generally arranged according to the order of curriculum content except for some contents. As for 'Wise School Life', some contents were presented at the first unit of the three textbooks and the others were gradually expanded at the latter of the textbooks. Third, the integration of curriculum appeared meaningfully in the three textbooks. Based on these results, this study suggested some recommendations on the activites for the adaptation at the early stage in the primary school under 2009 National Curriculum.
A Study of Algorithm Learning Methods for Improvement of Elementary and Middle School Students' Problem-Solving Abilities
Kim, Eun-Gil ; Kim, Sung-Wan ; Hyun, Dong-Lim ; Kim, Jong-Jin ; Kim, Jong-Hoon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 92~104
Korea is a high level of ICT infrastructure Construction in the OECD's PISA 2006. However, the purpose using of ICT was analyzed for the sake of the interest. They have been emphasized a algorithm-based computer education in conference that it was attended by government, industry and university officials. We designed an algorithm curriculum by analyze a case in international ICT training courses and research. And we were proposed various methods, such as web-based contents, play-based programs, outdoor activities and educational programming language learning for algorithm learning at levels of elementary and middle school students.
Development of an Algorithm-Based Learning Content for Improve in Creative Problem-Solving Abilities
Kim, Eun-Gil ; Hyun, Dong-Lim ; Kim, Jong-Hoon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 105~115
Education is focused on how to nurture creative problem-solving skills talent in rapidly changing information society. The algorithm education of computer science is effective in improvement of students' logical thinking and problem solving capability. However, the algorithm education is very difficult to teach in elementary students level. Because it is difficult to understand abstract characteristic of algorithm. Therefore we developed educational contents based on the principle of the algorithm for improve students' logical thinking and problem-solving capability in this study. And educational contents contain interesting elements of the game. So, students will be interested in algorithm learning and participate actively through developed educational contents. Furthermore, students' creative problem-solving capability may improve through algorithm learning.
The Research of Effect of Cyber Education at Always Learning System in Affinity of Cyber Education for Officials: Focusing on Busan Metropolitan City
Park, Myung-Kyu ; Sim, Sun-Hee ; Kim, Ha-Kyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 116~125
In this study, a survey research was conducted on government employees in Busan Metropolitan City to identify the influence of cyber education factors (learning factor, learner factor, and learning system factor) on the preference for government employee cyber education offered by the government always learning system. Analyzed results, recognition of learning factor, learner factor, and always learning system were shown to have significant influence on the preference for cyber education, but no indication of influence by always learning support. This study intends to assist stimulating voluntary participation in cyber education and active commitment in learning activities through improving learning effect and fortifying convenient informatization education, with regard to activation of cyber education and improved preference for cyber education.
First record of Neorhodomela larix (Turner) Masuda (Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta) in Korea
Kang, Pil Joon ; Nam, Ki Wan ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 126~129
Vegetative morphological information of the red alga Neorhodomela larix (Turner) Masuda (Rhodomelaceae) is given. This species is characterized by thalli up to 15 cm high, brownish black in color, pericentral cells with transverse division, the first order subulate branches with determinate growth, numerous adventitious branches produced at axils and absence of vegetative trichoblasts. Particularly, N. larix is distinct from other Korean Neorhodomela species by the lack of vegetative trichoblasts, which seems to be caused by their delayed production until reproductive structures are formed. This is the first record of N. larix in Korea.
The Influence of the Teacher's Leadership Style on the Player's Psychology in School Soccer Club
Kim, Yong-Jae ; Seol, Heon-Taek ; Won, Hyo-Heon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 1, 2011, Pages 130~139
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of soccer club teachers' leadership behavior types on elementary and middle school students' psychological factors. The subjects in this study were 561 students who consisted of 245 elementary and 316 middle school students - from 15 elementary and 17 middle school teams. All the teams are registered in the Busan Sports Club. The findings of the study were as follows : Autocratic behavior must be used rarely because it causes great anxiety. Positive feedback behavior is needed to improve students' confidence. Positive feedback behavior and training and instruction behavior are needed for achievement motivation. For this reason, teachers must coach students through positive feedback behavior, training and instruction behavior and social support behavior to build confidence, achievement motivation and cohesion. Since confidence, achievement motivation and cohesion depend on careers, coaching student's early helps students perform better.