ISBN: 972-8924-16-X © 2006 IADIS
THE EFFECTS OF GENDER AND MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES IN LEARNING WITH DIGITAL MUSEUM Peng-heng Tsai
Department of Industrial Technology Education, National Kaohsiung Normal University. No.41, Longsing St., Cianjhen District, Kaohsiung City 806, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Department of Computer Science, National Pingtung University of Education. No.4-18, Minsheng Rd., Pingtung City, Pingtung County 900, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Department of Mathematics Education, National Pingtung University of Education. No.4-18, Minsheng Rd., Pingtung City, Pingtung County 900, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
ABSTRACT The construction of an information structure such as a digital museum was seen as another powerful way for students to gain better understanding of existing web directories. This study first let students to search information and find the accurate answer then completed the learning guides in each fields of knowledge of Lanyü Digital Museum (LDM). And then, students should choose one theme to create their own briefing and use the LDM as their information resource. Finally, they used Microsoft Office Power Point program to create their briefing and present to their classmates. The results are as follows: (1) there were significant differences in seeking information of geology, entomology, botany and students’ presentation between sixth-grade females and males in learning with the LDM; (2) the gender can explain and predict 5%, 7%, 7.2%, 2.4%, 3% and 5.9% of the total variance in seeking geology, entomology, botany, amphibious herpetology and students’ briefings and presentation, respectively; (3) the logical-mathematical intelligence of students can explain and predict 9.7%, 9.2%, 11.5%, 18.8%, 8.8% and 6.9% of the total variance in seeking geology, entomology, botany, amphibious herpetology and students’ briefings and presentation, respectively. KEYWORDS Digital museum, Learning effect, Multiple intelligence.
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