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論文名稱(中文) 探討翻轉教學對不同日夜節律型態之高職生在睡眠衛生與學科成就之影響
論文名稱(英文) The Effectiveness of Flipped Teaching on Different Circadian Rhythm of Vocational High School Students’ Sleep Hygiene and Academic Achievement
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 教育研究所
系所名稱(英) Graduate Institute of Education
學年度 104
學期 2
出版年 105
研究生(中文) 賴奕廷
研究生(英文) Yi-Ting Lai
電子信箱 francis5494@homail.com.tw
學號 U36034027
學位類別 碩士
語文別 中文
論文頁數 128頁
口試委員 指導教授-楊雅婷
口試委員-徐崇堯
口試委員-蔡景仁
中文關鍵字 日夜節律型態  睡眠衛生  學科成就  翻轉教學 
英文關鍵字 circadian rhythm patterns  sleep hygiene  academic achievement  flipped teaching 
學科別分類
中文摘要 本研究主要先探討不同日夜節律型態在睡眠衛生(睡眠時數、睡眠品質、白日嗜睡與失眠評量)與學科成就之差異,接著探討翻轉教學對不同日夜節律型態之高職生在睡眠衛生與學科成就之影響。研究採用為期12週的前後測準實驗研究設計,研究對象為高雄市一所私立高職高一三個班級共143位學生,以睡眠健康促進課程融入健康護理課程為教學內容,隨機選取兩班共97人為實驗組,另外一班共46人為對照組。實驗組採用翻轉教學法進行學習,對照組採用講述教學法進行學習。資料分析採用單變量變異數、多變量變異數、單變量共變數與多變量共變數分析之。主要研究結果發現如下:
一、不同日夜節律型態(白日型、中間型、夜貓型)之高職生在睡眠衛生與學科成就上有差異。
1.在睡眠時數變項上,夜貓型高職生顯著低於中間與白日型高職生,中間型高職生顯著低於白日型高職生。
2.在睡眠品質變項上,夜貓型高職生比白日型與中間型高職生差。
3.在白日嗜睡變項上,夜貓型高職生表現最差、中間型次之,白日型最好。
4.在失眠評量變項上,夜貓型高職生比白日型與中間型高職生差。
5.在學科成就變項上,夜貓型高職生顯著低於白日型高職生。
二、不同日夜節律型態(白日型、中間型、夜貓型)之高職生採用不同教學策略在睡眠衛生與學科成就上有差異。
1.在睡眠品質、白日嗜睡、學科成就上,夜貓型高職生採用翻轉教學進步優於講述教學。
2.在睡眠時數、睡眠品質上,中間型高職生採用翻轉教學進步優於講述教學。
最後依據研究結果,提出了相關研究與教學上之限制與建議,提供了實徵資料給未來希望進行相關研究之研究者或是學校單位作為參考。高職生睡眠表現普遍不佳,尤其需要關注夜貓型學生在睡眠與學業面臨之問題,本研究並進一步以適當的教學策略改善其狀況,顯示翻轉教學對夜貓型學生改善睡眠衛生與學科成就有幫助。
英文摘要 The study aimed to explore the differences between different circadian rhythm patterns on sleep hygiene (sleep duration, sleep quality, daytime sleepiness, and insomnia) and academic achievement. In addition, this study investigated the impact of flipped teaching on students’ sleep hygiene and academic achievement of different circadian rhythm patterns. A pretest and posttest quasi-experimental design was implemented, and the experiment was conducted for 12 weeks. The participants were 143 tenth grade students from three health and nursing courses. During the study, students were randomly assigned to two experimental groups (n=97) in which flipped teaching was applied, and to one comparison group (n=46) in which traditional lecture teaching was used. In this study, MANCOVA and ANCOVA were employed to examine whether significant differences were found for research questions. The results indicated that:
1. The scores of evening type students were significantly lower than those of intermediate type and morning type students on the sleep duration, sleep quality, daytime sleepiness, and insomnia variables.
2. The scores of evening type students were significantly lower than those of morning type students on academic achievement variable.
3. The scores of intermediate type students were significantly lower than those of morning type students on sleep duration, and daytime sleepiness variables.
4. The scores of evening type students in experimental groups taught by flipped teaching were significantly higher than those of students in comparison group taught by traditional lecture-type teaching on sleep quality, sleepiness, and academic achievement variables.
5. The scores of intermediate type students in experimental groups were significantly higher than those of students in comparison group on sleep duration and sleep quality variables.

論文目次 目錄
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究動機與目的 1
第二節 待答問題 8
第三節 名詞解釋 10
第二章 文獻探討 15
第一節 青少年日夜節律型態之不同因素 15
第二節 日夜節律型態之影響 20
第三節 健康促進課程相關理論與對睡眠之影響 26
第四節 翻轉教學對不同日夜節律型態之影響 34
第三章 研究設計與實施 39
第一節 研究方法與架構 39
第二節 研究假設 45
第三節 研究品質 47
第四節 研究對象與場域 50
第五節 研究工具 51
第六節 研究歷程與課程內容 54
第七節 資料分析 66
第四章 研究結果 67
第一節 不同日夜節律型態在睡眠衛生與學科成就上之結果 67
第二節 接受不同教學策略之不同日夜節律型態在依變項上之差異 73
第五章 討論、結論與建議 83
第一節 討論 83
第二節 結論 101
第三節 研究限制與建議 103
參考文獻 105
附件一 人體研究證明書 121
附件二 睡眠日誌 122
附件三 青少年睡眠問卷 123

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