Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 7(5A), pp. 80 - 91
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071510
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Variance of Resilience and Learning Satisfaction in Project Classes Using Open Source


Semin Kim 1,*, Choong Ho Lee 2
1 Department of Computer Education, Jeonju National University of Education, Republic of Korea
2 Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Hanbat National University, Republic of Korea

ABSTRACT

Recently, industrial specialized schools in Korea have been actively carrying out programming education in order to raise ability levels required in industrial fields in the era of the fourth industrial revolution. In particular, this education is based on graduation projects and R&DE programs through the creation of various products. The objective of this research is to analyze the effect of this education using open source programming tools on the resilience and learning satisfaction of students in industrial specialized high schools, and to propose a new method for this education based on graduation projects. To enable programming education to produce better performance through project-based education, resilience in the learners' motivation and their high satisfaction with learning are required. The experimentation result shows that education based on graduation projects using open source programming tools is valid for increasing resilience and education satisfaction and is appropriate for programming education in industrial specialized high schools.

KEYWORDS
Open Source, Project Classes, Resilience, Learning Satisfaction, Programming Learning.

Cite this paper
Semin Kim , Choong Ho Lee . "Variance of Resilience and Learning Satisfaction in Project Classes Using Open Source." Universal Journal of Educational Research 7.5A (2019) 80 - 91. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071510.