Chin-Chang Wu's scientific contributions

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The study gives out 760 questionnaires which are 618 usable and the return rate of usable questionnaires is 81.3%. The collected data are analyzed by using frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Scheff's method and Pearson's production-moment correlation. According to the result of this study, the concl...

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... A study by Wu et al. (2016) investigated the link between reading habits of junior high school students in China and their well-being and they found that more reading time during the extracurricular time enhances the reading attitudes and well-being. This is supported by another study that states the importance of positive attitudes towards reading boost higher academic performance (Karim & Hassan, 2007), creating constructive positive developmental outcomes in terms of educational attainments and well-being (Heckhausen et al., 2010). ...
... The physical environment means clean, comfortable class conditions, adequate ventilation, and more perfect if supported by the availability of ICT-based learning media. Teachers must plan classroom arrangement [13,14] which can influence students in the class to interact with each other. Classrooms can strengthen the relationship between teachers and students and between students and students. ...
... However, they focused on discussing students' perception of teachers' morals and character rather than discussing the character of individual students. The improvement of character must start from the teacher because teacher's discipline will affect to classroom management (Shih, Wu, Lai, & Liao, 2015). There is no research focus on the character of elementary school students using Rasch modeling. ...