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    題名: Educating Caring and Active Citizens for Democratic Taiwan: The Future-oriented Perspectives and Practices of Taiwan’s New Curriculum Guidelines for the Twelve-year National Basic Education
    作者: Chen, Li-hua
    關鍵詞: civic action;curriculum design model;democracy education;active citizenship
    日期: 2016-07-22
    上傳時間: 2016-09-22 02:10:44 (UTC+8)
    摘要: A New Curriculum Guideline for the Twelve-year National Basic Education was enacted recently and will be implemented since the year of 2018. Along with the trend of Taiwan’s democratic development, how to design appropriate learning opportunities for preparing students’ active citizenship based on the new curriculum guidelines is a main challenge of Taiwan’s future. This paper proposes a civic action approach of curriculum design model (CAA Model) which based mainly on the “Reflective Praxis” approach of Democracy Education. Some exemplary CAA programs which have been implemented in elementary schools are introduced for future reference. Especially the program, “Love, Lights up the world” is depicted more concretely, including the framework and content of it.
    Also the ideas of design thinking and social design will be applied to the CAA model to broaden the future perspectives of school curriculum.
    Three kinds of predicaments raised most while promoting the CAA programs in the elementary schools were discussed. Six alternative strategies for dealing with the predicaments are recommended based on the experience from the past decade.
    關聯: World Future 2016
    顯示於類別:[課程與教學研究所] 會議論文


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