標題: 以格子謎題遊戲式輔助小學數學技巧熟練之數位學習設計與實作
Design and Implementation of Block Puzzle Digital Game for Arithmetic Practice
作者: 黃憲銘
Hsien-Ming Huang
陳德懷
周倩
Tak-Wai Chan
Chien Chou
理學院科技與數位學習學程
關鍵字: 數位遊戲;遊戲式學習;學習動機;技巧熟練;digital game;game-based learning;motivation toward learning;skill building
公開日期: 2005
摘要:   數位遊戲已經成為最受許多學童歡迎的文化之一,許多教育研究者認為:將數位遊戲當成教學工具,對學生的學習成效、認知發展能力、學習動機與學習專注力有正向提升的影響力。   本研究旨在設計及實作一個輔助技巧熟練的格子謎題遊戲(BPDG)。對大多數的小學學童而言,分數課程是國小數學課程中感到最困難的一部分,如果對分數不夠理解或熟練,會阻礙學生未來的數學發展。本論文即以「國小數學分數加減法」為學習內容,設計一個數位遊戲,讓學生在一對一數位學習環境下,觀察學生是否可以利用這個輔助技巧熟練的遊戲來提高學童們的學習動機與興趣。   為了評估這個遊戲設計及系統設計的可用性,以及觀察BPDG對學生學習動機與興趣的影響,以30名的國小六年級學生參加實驗與觀察對象。從實驗結果可以發現BPDG對學生在分數加減法上的專注力、自信心、學習興趣、學習動機等都有正向的提升。
Digital games have become one of the most popular cultures among school children. If digital games are used as instructional tools, as many educational researchers argue, there will be positive effects on the increase of students’ learning achievement, cognitive development, learning motivation, and concentration. The main objective of this research is to design and implement a block puzzle digital game (BPDG) to enhance students’ fraction skills. For most of the elementary school children, learning fraction could be one of the most challenging and frustrating parts in their math curriculum. Failure to learn fraction could even lead to the hindrance of students’ latter mathematics development. This thesis will be focused on the design and implementation of a digital game, addition and subtraction of fraction, in which students can be observed, under 1:1 digital computing environment, to test whether this game-based skill building could raise students’ motivation and interest in learning. To evaluate the game design as well as the usability of the system design, and to explore the effects of BPDG on students’ motivation and interest, 30 grade 6 students were invited to participate in an evaluation study. The result shows that the level of students’ concentration, confidence, interest, and motivation toward learning addition and subtraction of fraction has been significantly augmented through the use of BPDG.
URI: http://140.113.39.130/cdrfb3/record/nctu/#GT009073512
http://hdl.handle.net/11536/42535
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