POPBL-Based Education and Training System on Robotics Training Effectiveness<br />*Chien-Pen, Chuang、**Yi-Jeng, Huang、 ***...
 Introduction(1)<br />Five Types of robotics education<br />Robot Subject Instruction(RSI) <br />Robot-Assisted Instructio...
 Introduction(2)<br />Robot Education Status in Taiwan<br />Robotics instruction of RSI’s quality and quantity had not yet...
 Introduction(3)<br />What is the better Robot instructions?<br />PBL is a popular instruction for robot education and it ...
 Introduction(4)<br />Merrill(2007) proposed that at the beginning of PBL, teachers should give students smaller and less ...
 Introduction(5)<br />This study apply the POPBL teaching strategy to robotics programs and discuss its learning performan...
POPBL METHODOLOGY<br />Research Subjects <br />Samples in this experiment were 30 students currently enrolled at Departmen...
Research Framework<br />
Research Process<br />
Research Tool<br />RESEARCH TOOLs<br />POPBL Robotics Learning Satisfaction Survey<br />Pretest and Posttest Questions<br />
 POPBL Robotics Learning Satisfaction Survey<br />Credibility               Analysis<br />
 POPBL Robotics Learning Satisfaction Survey<br />Validity Analysis<br />Content validity<br />Construct Validity<br />
Pretest and Posttest Questions<br />The Study chose and develop items by experts from Robotics Association<br />The questi...
Findings and Discussion(1)<br />A. Robotics Instruction Effectiveness Examination<br />
Findings and Discussion(2)<br />Robotics Teaching Satisfaction(by items)<br />
Robotics Teaching Satisfaction(by  construct)<br />The overall satisfaction had reached significant, indicating that <br /...
Project Completion(1)<br />Basic Function<br />“start by sound control”,<br />“stop at places without track”, <br />“go st...
Project Completion(2)<br />Speed Function<br />“go clockwise” <br />“go counter clockwise”. <br />characteristics section<...
Project Completion(4)<br /> Project Completion<br />Group Technical Evaluation Performance<br />
Project Completion(5)<br />POPBL Robotics Technology Learning Overall Performance<br />
Conclusion<br />Learning Performance<br />that students’ cognition, problem-solving ability and design concepts improved s...
Conclusion<br />LEARNING SATISFACTION<br /> “POPBL WAY OF TEACHING”<br /> “ROBOT MAKING IN SMALL GROUPS”<br /> “IN-GROUP D...
Further Study<br />Research Design<br />Adopting Quai-Experimental Design<br />Expending samples<br />Different Courses<br />
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POPBL-Based Education and Training System on Robotics Training Effectiveness

  1. 1. POPBL-Based Education and Training System on Robotics Training Effectiveness<br />*Chien-Pen, Chuang、**Yi-Jeng, Huang、 ***Guo-Hao, Lin、***Yu-Chun Huang<br />*Professor **Doctorial Candidate *** Graduate<br />Department of Industrial Education<br />National Taiwan Normal University Taipei, R.O.C<br />
  2. 2. Introduction(1)<br />Five Types of robotics education<br />Robot Subject Instruction(RSI) <br />Robot-Assisted Instruction (RAI)<br />Robot-Managed Instruction (RMI)<br />Robot-Represented Routine (RRR)<br />Robot-Directed Instruction (RDI)<br />
  3. 3. Introduction(2)<br />Robot Education Status in Taiwan<br />Robotics instruction of RSI’s quality and quantity had not yet reached the standards. (Zhang and Zhang, 2008) <br />Taiwan’s robotics instruction followed a more traditional didactic instruction and was ineffective currently.(Chuang, 2004)<br />
  4. 4. Introduction(3)<br />What is the better Robot instructions?<br />PBL is a popular instruction for robot education and it has proved that it have a better performance than didactic instruction. (Arlegui, Fava & Menegatti,2008 ; Mayo,2005) <br />Disadvantage of PBL<br />Problem based on Scenario is so huge, complex, unclean.<br />Searching answer freely<br />To go out of focus and get inefficient.<br />
  5. 5. Introduction(4)<br />Merrill(2007) proposed that at the beginning of PBL, teachers should give students smaller and less complex tasks or projects to correspond with students’ entry behavior, such as prior knowledge.<br />Authentic problems or tasks in the real world should be given step by step, and a teacher’s role gradually changed from an instructor to an assistant.<br />POPBL is in order to solve learner’s insufficient prior and lack of clean direction.(Helbo and Borch,2006; Egon Moesby,2005)<br />
  6. 6. Introduction(5)<br />This study apply the POPBL teaching strategy to robotics programs and discuss its learning performance and satisfaction.<br />
  7. 7. POPBL METHODOLOGY<br />Research Subjects <br />Samples in this experiment were 30 students currently enrolled at Department of Applied Electronics Technology, National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) (22 males and 7 females ).<br />One student was suspended later and thus the number of effective samples was reduced to 29.<br />
  8. 8. Research Framework<br />
  9. 9. Research Process<br />
  10. 10. Research Tool<br />RESEARCH TOOLs<br />POPBL Robotics Learning Satisfaction Survey<br />Pretest and Posttest Questions<br />
  11. 11. POPBL Robotics Learning Satisfaction Survey<br />Credibility Analysis<br />
  12. 12. POPBL Robotics Learning Satisfaction Survey<br />Validity Analysis<br />Content validity<br />Construct Validity<br />
  13. 13. Pretest and Posttest Questions<br />The Study chose and develop items by experts from Robotics Association<br />The questions and items should have expert validity<br />25,50,25 questions for hard, medium and easy level correspondingly.<br />The items were related to <br />20 -> mechanical structure<br />60 -> electronics circuit<br />20 -> programming<br />
  14. 14. Findings and Discussion(1)<br />A. Robotics Instruction Effectiveness Examination<br />
  15. 15. Findings and Discussion(2)<br />Robotics Teaching Satisfaction(by items)<br />
  16. 16. Robotics Teaching Satisfaction(by construct)<br />The overall satisfaction had reached significant, indicating that <br />students were satisfied after receiving POPBL strategy<br />
  17. 17. Project Completion(1)<br />Basic Function<br />“start by sound control”,<br />“stop at places without track”, <br />“go straight at constant speed”, <br />“able to go around a curve”,<br />“able to turn left”,<br />“able to turn right”, <br />“able to pass through short break point”. <br />
  18. 18. Project Completion(2)<br />Speed Function<br />“go clockwise” <br />“go counter clockwise”. <br />characteristics section<br />“LED display left or right turn”,<br />“able to play music during performance”, <br />“unique design”,<br />“unique function”.<br />
  19. 19. Project Completion(4)<br /> Project Completion<br />Group Technical Evaluation Performance<br />
  20. 20. Project Completion(5)<br />POPBL Robotics Technology Learning Overall Performance<br />
  21. 21. Conclusion<br />Learning Performance<br />that students’ cognition, problem-solving ability and design concepts improved significantly.<br />
  22. 22. Conclusion<br />LEARNING SATISFACTION<br /> “POPBL WAY OF TEACHING”<br /> “ROBOT MAKING IN SMALL GROUPS”<br /> “IN-GROUP DISCUSSION”<br /> “ASSISTANT-ASSISTED LEARNING”<br /> “AUTONOMOUS LEARNING”<br /> “DISCUSSION WITH OTHER GROUPS”<br /> “TEACHING MATERIAL”<br />
  23. 23. Further Study<br />Research Design<br />Adopting Quai-Experimental Design<br />Expending samples<br />Different Courses<br />

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