장교후보생의 교육훈련 만족이 교육성과에 미치는 영향에 있어 군(軍) 교수역량의 조절효과

Title
장교후보생의 교육훈련 만족이 교육성과에 미치는 영향에 있어 군(軍) 교수역량의 조절효과
Other Titles
A Study on the Effect of Military Educational Training Satisfaction of Cadets on Education Performance: The Moderating Effect of Military Teaching Competency
Author(s)
이재훈김희곤김대수
Keywords
Teaching Competency; Educational Training Satisfaction; Education Performance; Moderating Effects; 교수역량; 교육훈련 만족도; 교육성과; 조절효과
Issue Date
201402
Publisher
육군사관학교 화랑대연구소
Citation
한국군사학논집, v.70, no.1, pp.73 - 106
Abstract
In response to dynamics of the security environment rapidly changing in the knowledge based society, this study attempted to answer the question of how to nurture well-rounded intellectual resources in military defence 󰠂creative military experts with military knowledge and leadership, Multi-Skilled Combat leaders & Soldiers 󰠂who could follow the instructions of military training system which guarantees a victory in 'Network Centric Warfare'. For this purpose, we’ve set up training performance as a influence factor, the military trainee’s satisfaction with their teachers and training method as a precedence factor, and the teaching competences and Basic competences of professor as a moderating variables. Based on analysis, It has been confirmed that the military trainee’s satisfaction had positive effects on educational performance. Besides, in terms of moderating effects of teaching competence between them, the teaching competence and basic competence in relation with training contents and methods had significant negative effect. The above results suggest the possible ways of educating army cadet with higher standards by identifying military teaching competence and exploring methods to improve educational training satisfaction level among various factors affecting educational performance.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/33070
ISSN
2005-2715
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