Psychological / social and perceptual / motor ergonomics of intelligent classes with students' health
Objective of this survey is to evaluate the mental-social and conceptual-kinetic ergonomic relationship of smart classes with students’ health. Its statistical population is all girl and boy students of grade six in primary schools who were studying in the smart classes in the city of Behshahr and includes 540 students. 225 samples were selected through convenience sampling by the use of Krejcie and Morgan Table. Survey tools included Goldberg-Hill General Health Questionnaire and the researcher-made questionnaire of mental-social and conceptual-kinetic ergonomic measurement. Validity of the questionnaires was approved by experts of ergonomy, specialist doctors and test-making professors after their modifications were exerted, and their reliability was measured respectively as 0.87 and 0.81. Data analysis was done by the use of SPSS for descriptive analysis (number, mean value, standard deviation, minimum, maximum, variance, view and median) and for deductive analysis (Pearson’s correlation test and regression test). The survey findings showed that there is a significant and positive relationship between ergonomy of mental-social and conceptual-kinetic factors in the smart classes and students’ health. It means that by increase of ergonomy of mental-social and conceptual-kinetic criteria, students’ level of health increases; and ergonomy of mental-social criteria is more effective on students’ health than the ergonomy of conceptual-kinetic criteria.
Journal of Educational Psychology Studies, Volume:16 Issue:33, 2019
29 - 48
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