The purpose of this study is aimed to explore the elementary school students in Taipei on the demographic variables of gender and grade level; their views of implementation of newspaper behavior, including learning motivations, learning preferences and frequencies; and their self-assessment of effects on newspaper-in-education that included broader views, better interpersonal relationship, civic literacy, expression ability, problem solving ability, and increase of vocabulary. The study involved elementary school students participated in ”the Newspaper in Education in Taipei Elementary School Education Project” in 2008. The results showed that elementary school students do not differ in gender and grade level in their opinion of newspaper in education, but differ in self-assessing the learning outcomes. This study suggested that adequate teaching strategy for newspaper in education should be gender-and-grade specific, and at the same time should promote teacher-student collaborative teaching and learning to help students construct knowledge management capabilities in order to achieve the objectives of newspaper in education.
|Translated title of the contribution||A Study of the Cognitive Effects and Outcomes of Newspaper Reading Behavior of the Elementary School Students in the Taipei City|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||37|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
- Newspaper Reading Behavior
- Cognitive Effect on Newspaper-in-Education