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Hsiao, Chien-Hua; Wu, Ying-Tien; Lin, Chung-Yen; Wong, Terrence William; Fu, Hsieh-Hai; Yeh, Ting-Kuang; Chang, Chung-Yen – Learning Environments Research, 2014
This study aimed to develop an instrument, named the inquiry-based laboratory classroom environment instrument (ILEI), for assessing senior high-school science students' preferred and perceived laboratory environment. A total of 262 second-year students, from a senior-high school in Taiwan, were recruited for this study. Four stages were included…
Descriptors: Test Construction, Science Laboratories, Inquiry, Science Instruction
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Huang, Shwu-yong Liou – Learning Environments Research, 2012
This study investigated university students' perceptions of their institutions' learning environments, and related those perceptions to students' academic aspirations and satisfaction with their universities. A sample of 12,423 juniors at 42 universities in Taiwan was used to confirm the validity and reliability of the instrument: CUEI-S. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Emotional Development, College Faculty
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Liu, Chia-Ju; Zandvliet, David B.; Hou, I.-Ling – Learning Environments Research, 2012
This study investigated perceptions of senior high school students towards the Taiwanese information technology (IT) classroom with the What Is Happening in this Class? (WIHIC) survey and explored the physical learning environment of the IT classroom using the Computerised Classroom Environment Inventory (CCEI). The participants included 2,869…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Technology Education, Vocational High Schools, Information Technology
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Aldridge, Jill M.; Fraser, Barry J. – Learning Environments Research, 2000
An English and Mandarin version of the What is Happening in this Class questionnaire was administered to 1081 students in 50 classes in Australia and to 1879 students in 50 classes in Taiwan. Data analysis supported the reliability and factorial validity of the questionnaire, and revealed differences between Taiwanese and Australian science…
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Studies, Cultural Differences, Data Analysis, Educational Environment