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Convergent Factors Related to TOEIC Learning Flow of Some College Students in Health Care

보건계열 일부 대학생의 토익 학습몰입과 관련된 융복합적 요인

  • Hong, Soomi (Dept. of Health Administration, Vision University of Jeonju) ;
  • Bae, Sang-Yun (Dept. of Health Administration, Vision University of Jeonju)
  • 홍수미 (전주비전대학교 보건행정학과) ;
  • 배상윤 (전주비전대학교 보건행정학과)
  • Received : 2018.08.30
  • Accepted : 2018.11.20
  • Published : 2018.11.28

Abstract

This study investigates convergent factors to TOEIC learning flow among some health college students in TOEIC class. The questionnaire was performed on 255 health college students in TOEIC class from college located in J area from May 1st, 2018 to May. 25th, 2018 by using an unregistered self-administered questionnaire. The hierarchical multiple regression analysis shows the following results. The TOEIC learning flow of respondents turned out to be significantly higher in following groups: a group in which self efficacy is higher, a group in which academic control is higher, a group in which school resilience is higher. The results show explanatory power of 43.4%. As the results of the study, it is necessary to make an effort to increase self efficacy, academic control and school resilience to improve the TOEIC learning flow among health college students. These results can be used in development and operation of TOEIC learning program to higher TOEIC learning flow in health college students. Further studies need the analysis of structural equation model effecting TOEIC learning flow of health college students.

Keywords

Convergent factor;Health college students;TOEIC learning flow;Self efficacy;Academic control;School resilience

Table 1. TOEIC learning flow according to general characteristics

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Table 2. TOEIC learning flow according to self efficacy, academic control and School resilience

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Table 3. Hierarchial multiple regression of selected variables on TOEIC learning flow

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