Data for Bilingual Teaching Pedagogies in Academic Practice.
Hypothesis: Embed teaching pedagogies is better than flipped classroom alone. The single factors of revised Bloom's digital knowledge dimensions might exist satatistical relationship. Supposing one color of hats principally affect the thinking results of “Six Thinking Hats”, it is interesting to confirm. Students’ satisfaction is principally affected by innovative thinking. Abstract: To explore a bilingual course of Insect Physiology and Biochemistry, we have, in recent years, tried to embed teaching pedagogies, such as a flipped classroom that combines brainstorming and “Six Thinking Hats”, in undergraduate education. The Statistical Product and Service Solutions (SPSS) analysis revealed that there are no significant differences between the final test scores of the classes. Interestingly, a revised analysis of Bloom's digital knowledge dimensions showed that the knowledge dimension exhibited procedure collinearity, and Factual negatively affected Metacognitive in both the Toulmin’s practical argument and control groups. The addition of “Six Thinking Hats” generated higher quality and more creative ideas than a flipped classroom alone, and it promoted the students to consider the issues more quickly. We confirmed that the participants under the yellow and green hats generated higher quality ideas than the participants under the red hats in the creative and innovative thinking model. Partial least squares structural equation modeling analysis of the effect of teaching confirmed the reflective model and data at satisfactory validity and suggested that essential teaching procedures have a nearly equal influence on the higher-order construction of brainstorming and innovative thinking. Skill has a strong effect on brainstorming. Similarly, we also confirmed that brainstorming has a strong effect on innovative thinking. However, students’ satisfaction is principally affected by innovative thinking but not by brainstorming.
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Data collection: Students' answer sheets. Data analysis: SPSS V23.0