Effects of the Application of Computer Multimedia Teaching to Automobile Vocational Education on Students’ Learning Satisfaction and Learning Outcome
Yu-Feng Chen 1
Yu-Zhou Luo 2  
Xu Fang 3
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School of Electrical and Information Engineering, Hubei University of Automotive Technology, Shiyan, CHINA
School of Medical Instruments, Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences, Shanghai, CHINA
Planning Development Branch, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, Shanghai, CHINA
Online publish date: 2018-05-16
Publish date: 2018-05-16
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2018;14(7):3293–3300
Along with the change in computer technology, the application of multimedia assisted teaching to education and research plays a critical role with the popularity of computer technology and the diverse development. Multimedia assisted teaching materials could assist teachers in teaching as well as enhance students’ autonomous learning that computer multimedia teaching has become an alternative teaching tool beyond traditional learning. With quasi-experimental study, 216 students in the automobile applied technology opened by a vocational college in Shanghai, are proceeded 16-week (3 hours per week for total 48 hours) experimental teaching. The research results show positive relations between 1.virtual reality technology and learning satisfaction, 2.virtual reality technology and learning outcome, and 3.learning satisfaction and learning outcome. According to the results, suggestions are proposed, expecting to provide automobile vocational education students with the situation close to real life acquiring required skills, knowledge, or behavior through learning processes to cultivate the automobile service talents with comprehensive technology.
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