Initially, this study was intended to conduct a 3-year project to explore the relationship between the variables of "time consciousness" and the variables of "academic engagement". In the first year, it was aimed to integrate and localize the assessment tools, and using the tools to qualitatively and quantitatively examine the relations between the two variables. The second year was to develop an intervention program, and the third year to examine the experimental effect of the program. Regretfully, it was only funded for the first-year project. Therefore, this report only describes the research findings from the first-year project. It consists of two parts: the first is to explore the academic engagement of 8 freshman students through the qualitative interview data; the second is to survey 594 college students from different schools and departments in public and private universities in northern Taiwan, and to understand the relationship between time consciousness and academic engagement Since both sets of data have been analyzed and entered the preparation stage of submission (the former has been submitted to the "Foreseeing Education 2030: Educational Value, Reflection and Action in the Age of Risk" International Symposium hosted by the Department of Education, National Taiwan Normal University), this report will attach the submitted manuscripts and briefly explains the analysis results of the latter. Looking forward to receiving follow-up subsidies in the future, we can better understand how to focus on the "time consciousness" approach to develop effective programs for future higher education workers.
|Effective start/end date||2019/08/01 → 2021/07/31|
- time consciousness
- time perception
- time perspective
- time style
- college students’ academic engagement
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