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OECD Publishing, 2018
Rapid technological advances can have an impact on personal, social and professional development. Implications for education include changes in the demand for knowledge and skills as well as expanding possibilities for teaching and learning.
Descriptors: Educational Trends, Technological Advancement, Technology Uses in Education, Robotics
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Hsieh, Wen-Min; Tsai, Chin-Chung – International Journal of Science Education, 2017
This cross-sectional study explored students' conceptions of science learning via drawing analysis. A total of 906 Taiwanese students in 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th grade were asked to use drawing to illustrate how they conceptualise science learning. Students' drawings were analysed using a coding checklist to determine the presence or absence…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Teaching Methods, Case Studies, Positive Attitudes
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Yamada, Shoko – Educational Studies in Japan: International Yearbook, 2016
This paper explores the convergence and divergence in the discourses and practices of comparative education in Japan, North America, and Greater China. Research demands, institutional settings, and social and historical background determine the nature of the research discussed and practiced in each place. Some particular patterns were identified…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Educational Practices, Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods
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Lin, Yi-Chun; Hsieh, Ya-Hui; Hou, Huei-Tse – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2015
The development of a usability evaluation method for educational systems or applications, called the self-report-based sequential analysis, is described herein. The method aims to extend the current practice by proposing self-report-based sequential analysis as a new usability method, which integrates the advantages of self-report in survey…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Educational Technology, Sequential Approach
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Hsaieh, Hsiao-Chin; Yang, Chia-Ling – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
While access to higher education has reached gender parity in Taiwan, the phenomenon of gender segregation and stratification by fields of study and by division of labor persist. In this article, we trace the historical evolution of Taiwan's education system and data using large-scale educational databases to analyze the association of…
Descriptors: College Entrance Examinations, Higher Education, Outcomes of Education, Institutional Characteristics
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I-ru, Chen Dorothy – Chinese Education and Society, 2012
As a result of massification of higher education and the quest for competitiveness, the Taiwanese government has adopted a series of higher education reforms since the late 1990s. While the low birthrate has become a potential threat, recent developments in higher education policies such as the Program for Developing First-Class Universities and…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Social Sciences, Foreign Countries, Educational Change
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Lin, Hung-Ming; Tsai, Chin-Chung – Learning, Media and Technology, 2011
This study investigates the differences between students' conceptions of learning management via traditional instruction and Web-based learning environments. The Conceptions of Learning Management Inventory (COLM) was administered to 259 Taiwanese college students majoring in Business Administration. The COLM has six factors (categories), namely,…
Descriptors: College Students, Testing, Web Based Instruction, Memorization
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Lin, Lan-Ping; Lee, Jiunn-Tay; Lin, Fu-Gong; Lin, Pei-Ying; Tang, Chi-Chieh; Chu, Cordia M.; Wu, Chia-Ling; Lin, Jin-Ding – Research in Developmental Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 2011
Nationwide data were collected concerning inpatient care use and medical expenditure of people with disabilities (N = 937,944) among national health insurance beneficiaries in Taiwan. Data included gender, age, hospitalization frequency and expenditure, healthcare setting and service department, discharge diagnose disease according to the ICD-9-CM…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Hospitals, Health Care Costs, Health Insurance
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Tsai, Chiung-Tzu Lucetta – Social Indicators Research, 2011
This article analyses the gender relationship of men and women in Taiwan. Firstly, it employs power relation to explore what the gender relationship is and how this gender relationship has produced. Secondly, it describes how this gender relationship has influenced Taiwanese society. It also explains the gender inequality of both sexes in Taiwan…
Descriptors: Power Structure, Sex Role, Foreign Countries, Sex Fairness
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Chen, Ji-Kang; Astor, Ron Avi – Journal of Community Psychology, 2011
Educational tracking based on academic ability accounts for different school dynamics between vocational versus academically-oriented high schools in Taiwan. Many educational practitioners predict that the settings of vocational schools and academic schools mediate school violence in different ways. Alternatively, some researchers argue the actual…
Descriptors: Vocational Schools, High Schools, Violence, Structural Equation Models
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Lung, For-Wey; Chiang, Tung-Liang; Lin, Shio-Jean; Feng, Jui-Ying; Chen, Po-Fei; Shu, Bih-Ching – Research in Developmental Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 2011
The parental report instrument is the most efficient developmental detection method and has shown high validity with professional assessment instruments. The reliability and validity of the Taiwan Birth Cohort Study (TBCS) 6-, 18- and 36-month scales have already been established. In this study, the reliability and validity of the 60-month scale…
Descriptors: Structural Equation Models, Predictive Validity, Measures (Individuals), Foreign Countries
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Lai, Der-Chung; Tseng, Yen-Cheng; Guo, How-Ran – Research in Developmental Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 2011
Although developmental delays are not uncommon in children, the incidence is seldom assessed, and the reported prevalence varies widely. In Taiwan, the government mandates the reporting of suspected cases. Using the national registry data, we conducted a study to estimate the incidence and prevalence of developmental delays in young children in…
Descriptors: Age, Incidence, Young Children, Urban Areas
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Chen, Shih-Neng; Tseng, Jauling – Health Education Journal, 2010
Objective: To assess various marginal effects of nutrient intakes, health behaviours and nutrition knowledge on the entire distribution of body mass index (BMI) across individuals. Design: Quantitative and distributional study. Setting: Taiwan. Methods: This study applies Becker's (1965) model of health production to construct an individual's BMI…
Descriptors: Obesity, Body Composition, At Risk Persons, Foreign Countries
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Chen, Ji-Kang; Astor, Ron Avi – Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2010
The current study explores whether theorized risk factors in Western countries can be used to predict school violence perpetration in an Asian cultural context. The study examines the associations between risk factors and school violence perpetration in Taiwan. Data were obtained from a nationally representative sample of 14,022 students from…
Descriptors: Violence, Asian Culture, Self Control, Drinking
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Tsai, Meng-Jung; Tsai, Chin-Chung – Computers & Education, 2010
This paper investigated the gender differences in junior high school students' Internet self-efficacy and their use of the Internet. A total of 1080 eighth graders were randomly selected from all junior high school students in Taiwan. The Internet Self-Efficacy Scale (ISES) was developed and used to examine students' Internet self-efficacy in two…
Descriptors: Females, Self Efficacy, Foreign Countries, Grade 8
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