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The View of Home Economics Teachers on Parents-in-Law (여교사의 시부모관)

  • 이정우
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.11 no.4
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    • pp.388-398
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    • 1973
  • The increase of female employees tends to change the traditional division of the roles of members in the family, and as a result it changes the idea of family relation and the extent of how housewives with job feel happy toward their marriage. Therefore, it may be very significant to study what attitude woman job holders as housewives have toward their family, especially parents-in-law. In this paper the writer has sampled as an exemplary group woman teachers who teach home economics in high schools in Seoul, and investigated what opinion they have toward the problem of living together under the same roof with their parents-in-laws and otherwise of financing them in an older age. This analysis is based upon 130 questionnaires collected as proper data out of 138. The conclusion made from the analysis is as follows : (1) as regards the living together under the same roof if necessary in the future, one-fifth of the group approves in affirmative terms ; (2) but when parents-in-law become older, about half of the teachers wish to live with them in the same home and except the indefinite few, one-third of them taken the negative position ; (3) finally, the great majority (84%) regard as their duty the financial support in any case when parents-in-law become older, and only five per cent answer in negative. This analysis leads to the further conclusion that the idea of family relations cherished by high school teachers of home economics is not yet far off the traditional relationship with the intention of gradual improvement, but on the other it still sticks to the traditional line without too much impairing it.

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A Study on Nutritional Evaluation of Foods in School Cafeteria for Teachers and Its Relation to Daily Energy Expenditure of Teachers (In Junior and Senior High School in Incheon) (교사들을 위한 학교 구내식당의 식단에 대한 영양평가 및 교사의 활동량에 관한 연구 - 인천 시내 중.고등학교를 중심으로 -)

  • 이건희
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.69-78
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    • 1986
  • Meals served in school cafeteria for teachers were evaluated in terms of calorie and nutrient level and food composition. Daily energy expenditure of teachers was compared with caloric content of the meal. The followings are results of the study. 1) Twelve different foodstuffs were used in each meal of school cafeteria for teachers. The average amount of food served meal was 396.0g. The ratio of animal food to total food served was 13.2%. The meal was consisted of 44.8% of basic food group 4, 34.7% of basic food group 3, 19.3% of basic food group 1, 0.4% of basic food group 2 and 0.9% of basic food group 5. 2) The average caloric content of the meal was 629.9Kcal. The caloric ratio of carbohydrate, protein and fat to total calorie was 72.4% : 15.3% : 12.3% respectively. The ratio of animal protein to total protein was 43.2%. In meals of school cafeteria, the level o fall nutrients except iron and niacin was lower than RDA for male, whereas the level of all nutrients except protein and niacin was lower than RDA for female. 3) The average daily energy expenditures of teachers were 2,017.2Kcal for male and 1,735.3Kcal for female. The meal in school cafeteria supplied 93.7% of daily energy expenditure of male teachers and 110.0% of daily energy expenditure of female teachers. When planning meals in school cafeteria, recommended allowance, actual energy expenditure and food preference of teachers should be considered to improve the quality of meals. Also it seems desirable to give teachers the nutritional education for taking balanced diet.

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Analysis of Elementary Pre-service Teachers' Experiences and Understanding of Software Education (초등 예비교사의 소프트웨어 교육 관련 경험과 이해도 분석)

  • Jo, Miheon
    • Journal of The Korean Association of Information Education
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.81-89
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    • 2018
  • Because the success of SW education depends on teachers' competences and understanding, many universities of education are carrying out SW education for pre-service teachers. The purpose of this research is to analyze the current status of pre-service teachers' programming learning experiences and understanding of curriculum and educational effects related to SW education. The participants were 294 junior and senior students enrolled in a university of education. In relation to 'programming learning experiences', many responded positively in terms of interest, usefulness and willingness to learn. However, many were not satisfied with their programming experiences, felt difficulty in programming, and evaluated their programming abilities as low. For the 'understanding of SW education curriculum', many recognized the necessity of SW education and understood that the allocated time was insufficient. Both positive and negative opinions were reported concerning the fact that SW education is conducted in practical arts. In comparison, many did not understand well about the concept and characteristics of SW education and the details of the curriculum. In relation to the 'understanding of SW education effects', many understood positively about all the effects presented in the questionnaire including problem solving abilities and creativity. In addition, significant differences were found among pre-service teachers' major categories regarding the programming learning experiences and the understanding of SW education curriculum and effects. Based on the results of the research, suggestions were made for the improvement of the pre-service teachers' SW education program.

Infants according to type of teacher education oral health education behavioral research using PRECEDE model (PRECEDE 모형을 이용한 영·유아교육기관 교사의 구강보건교육행태 연구)

  • Shim, Jae-Suk;Moon, Ha-Young
    • Journal of Korean society of Dental Hygiene
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    • v.11 no.5
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    • pp.603-613
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    • 2011
  • Objectives : This study is to investigate factors that predispose the oral health education patterns of teachers at preschool institutions such as kindergartens and day nurseries, for which a comparison was made among the patterns, whereto the PRECEDE model was applied. Methods : A survey was conducted by two visits, a preliminary survey and a main survey, and teachers at the foregoing institutions personally filled in the questionnaire. Results : 1. With relation to epidemiological and social diagnosis, the largest number of respondents (53.7%) agreed on the need for oral health education, but at the same time, the largest number of respondents (40.3%) was unsatisfactory with oral health education given by them. 2. With relation to behavioral diagnosis, there were many cases where respondents taught their students to brush their teeth after meals and snacks. Oral health education was focused on safety and injuries. There was no significant intergroup difference (p>0.05). 3. Predisposing factors (a subcategory of educational diagnosis) showed the following results: As for the frequency of oral health education, most respondents at both institutions answered preferred once every six month (p>0.05). In the case of oral health checkup, 75.4% of respondents at kindergartens preferred once a year. 72.2% of respondents at day nurseries preferred the same frequency. They showed a statistically significant difference (p<0.05). In enabling factors, it was found that most respondents at both institutions collected information and teaching materials from mass media and public health centers respectively. In enabling factors, insufficient teaching materials, media and knowledge were found to be obstacles to oral health education. Conclusions : Oral healthcare providers' cooperation is required to diversify away from tooth brushing-centered education and to enrich oral health education. In addition, continuous supplements are required to make teachers at preschool institutions acquire expert knowledge and give oral health education with confidence. Moreover, it needs to train them for various education programs as well as to support them with educational media. Lastly, family members' cooperation is required to develop oral health education programs.

A Study on the Degree of Difficulty in the Elementary School Science Teaching and Learning (초등교사의 학생의 과학과 교수학습에 대한 곤란도 연구)

  • Jung Hyo-Hae;Kim Jae-Young
    • Journal of Korean Elementary Science Education
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    • v.24 no.5
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    • pp.531-538
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    • 2005
  • The primary purpose of the study was to investigate the degree of difficulty and the causes of the difficulties in science instruction reported by elementary teachers and students. The secondary purpose was to suggest the effective methods to both of them to improve the efficiency of science instruction. For this study, the survey was carried out on 322 students and 156 teachers in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. The questionnaires consisted of interest, difficulty and its factors. The results of this investigation are summarized as follows; 1. Teachers had relatively higher interest than students in science instruction content(textbook). Furthermore, the units that teachers showed interest differed from those that students had. This means that there is a significant difference of interest in instruction process between teachers and students. 2. Teachers felt much higher difficulty than students in the content of science instruction. This shows that the degree of interest might have little relation with that of difficulty, and that teaching of science seemed more difficult than teaming. Moreover, there was a difference of difficulty in the units between the teachers and students. The result shows a distinctive difference of difficulty in 8 units of the 3rd grade, 9 units n the 4th grade, and 12 units in the 5th grade (p<.05, p<.001, p<.005, respectively). It means that the difficulty depended on the units. 3. Students responded that they are responsible for difficulty factors of teaming, otherwise teachers thought that students are responsible for it, when the factors were divided into student factor, teacher factor, and curriculum factor. 4. Students demanded many experiments in the lab as well as easy and interesting instructions in order to reduce the degree of difficulty and to improve the condition of science instructions. However, teachers demanded the expansion of experimental equipments and materials as well as the improvement of the lab condition.

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The Impact of Awareness of Multiculture on Efficacy of Multiculture in Pre-service Secondary Teachers (예비 중등교사의 다문화 인식이 다문화 효능감에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, Ki-Yong;Park, Chang-Un
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.26 no.5
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    • pp.1026-1036
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this research is to find the impact of multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers on multicultural efficacy. Specific content of the study for achieving this purpose is as follows: First, the correlation between multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers and multicultural efficacy was analyzed. Second, the effect relation between multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers and multicultural efficacy was examined. As part of quantitative research, the method of study was a survey targeting 234 pre-service Secondary teachers who were sophomores, juniors and seniors at D University, P University and S University located in Busan. The study results earned from this process are as below: First, statistically significantly high positive correlation existed between multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers and multicultural efficacy. The areas of acceptance, openness and respect, which are the sub-scale of multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers, showed high positive correlations with all sub-scale of multicultural efficacy including general efficacy, efficacy in instructional function, efficacy in caring perspectives and efficacy in helping multicultural families. Second, the sub-scale of multicultural awareness that significantly affected general efficacy in the sub-scale of multicultural efficacy of pre-service secondary teachers was acceptance and respect. The sub-scale of multicultural awareness that significantly affected efficacy in instructional function was acceptance. The sub-scale of multicultural awareness that significantly affected efficacy in caring perspectives was acceptance and respect. The sub-scale of multicultural awareness that significantly affected efficacy in helping multicultural families was respect. It showed that openness in the sub-scale of multicultural awareness did not affect multicultural efficacy much.

A Research on Teacher's Understanding of Infinity (교사의 무한개념 이해도 조사 연구)

  • 박임숙
    • The Mathematical Education
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    • v.39 no.1
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    • pp.37-47
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    • 2000
  • Number concept is basic in mathematics education. But it is very complex and is not easy to understand real number concept, because of its infinity. This study tried to show that what percents of secondary school mathematics teachers in Korea understood the properties of real number, such as cardinality, continuity, relation with real line, and infinity, which were written by verbal language.

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STRUCTURE RELATIONS OF CLASSICAL MULTIPLE ORTHOGONAL POLYNOMIALS BY A GENERATING FUNCTION

  • Lee, Dong Won
    • Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.50 no.5
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    • pp.1067-1082
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    • 2013
  • In this paper, we will find some recurrence relations of classical multiple OPS between the same family with different parameters using the generating functions, which are useful to find structure relations and their connection coefficients. In particular, the differential-difference equations of Jacobi-Pineiro polynomials and multiple Bessel polynomials are given.

A Study on Infant Compliance According to the Types of Care and Multiple Attachments (타인양육 유형과 다중애착안정성 유형에 따른 영아의 순응성 연구)

  • Baek, Ji-Hye;Cho, Bok-Hee
    • Korean Journal of Child Studies
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.147-162
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    • 2010
  • The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effect of the types of care and multiple attachments on the issue of infant compliance. The subjects of this study were 52 infants (1-2 years old) and their caregivers (grandparents, baby sitters, daycare teachers) and their mothers. The results of this study are as follows : (1) The type of care and multiple attachments types affected infant compliance in relation to the mother. In the daycare center, the infants showed more signs of compliance than whilst in the care of the grandparents. Moreover, with the secure-secure, secure-insecure types, the infant showed more signs of compliance than with the insecure-secure, insecure-insecure types. (2) The types of care affected infant compliance in relation to the caregiver. In the daycare center, the infant showed more signs of compliance than in the care of both the grandparents or baby sitter. (3) Multiple attachment types were found to affect infant compliance in relation to strangers.

The Relationship between Autonomous Supervision Performance and Role Performance by Kindergarten Teacher (유치원 교사의 자율장학 수행유형과 역할 수행유형과의 관계)

  • Seo, Jeong-Bok;Chong, Young-Sook;Jang, Hye-Ja
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.12 no.5
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    • pp.595-604
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    • 2003
  • This study was designed to investigate the difference in the autonomous supervision and role performance according to the socio-demographic factors of the teachers. Also, the relation of the autonomous supervision and the role performance was examined. This research was conducted using the questionnaire to 394 teachers of national, public, and private kindergarten in Chung-buk province. Data were analyzed with the SPSSWIN program by the frequency, percentage, t-test, ANOVA, Scheffe post-hoc test and Pearson's correlation analysis. The results were summarized as follows: First, levels of autonomous supervision of kindergarten teachers were high in general and there were significant differences according to the institution, age, scholastic ability, and the career. The accomplishment in the public kindergarten was higher than that in the private one. Moreover, the higher the teacher's age, career, and scholastic ability, the higher the accomplishment. Second, levels of role performance of the kindergarten teachers were excellent, but the levels of role performance were higher in the public kindergarten than in the private one because the public teachers who did not transfer much had more chances of continuous education and higher responsibility. The role performance of teachers was found to be relatively higher in the kindergarten in countries than in cities because there were more public kindergartens than private ones in countries. Third, there were significant correlations between the lower factors of autonomous supervision and the role performance of the kindergarten teachers. Because the various types of the autonomous supervision can help the teacher's role performance, various types of the autonomous supervision which fit the developmental stages of the teachers will be desirable.

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