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A study on the pre-teachers' awareness on media usage in the class of Korean classical literature education: By comparing of high school students and undergraduate students

Title
A study on the pre-teachers' awareness on media usage in the class of Korean classical literature education: By comparing of high school students and undergraduate students
Authors
Hyun Y.Chung S.
Ewha Authors
정소연
SCOPUS Author ID
정소연scopus
Issue Date
2016
Journal Title
Information (Japan)
ISSN
1343-4500JCR Link
Citation
vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 1133 - 1138
Keywords
Encyclopedia of Korean Local CultureHigh school studentsLearning commitmentLearning motivesMedia experienceMedia supportRichness of mediaUndergraduate students
Publisher
International Information Institute Ltd.
Indexed
SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
This research has investigated on the impact teachers' media support, richness of media, learning motives and learning commitment focus on the comparison of high school students and undergraduate students. The results showed that in all variables including media richness, teacher's media support, learning motive, learning commitment and media experience, the average was higher in university students, who were also preservice teachers. Moreover, the standard deviation was widespread in the high school group, whereas the preservice teacher group's scores gathered near the higher score range. However, regarding learning commitment, the differences were very minor, which showed that preservice teacher university students had a higher psychological resistance to the relationship between classic study and media usage. Therefore, there may need to be some improvement to fee mindset of pre-service teachers, regarding classical studies through media usage. ©2016 International Information Institute.
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