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    Title: 國小社會學習領域STS議題式網路教材之設計準則
    Other Titles: Principles of Designing Web-Based Science-Technology-Society Instructional Materials for Elementary Social Studies Curriculum
    Authors: 徐新逸;王培卉
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育科技學系
    Keywords: 國民小學;社會課程;議題式教學;網路教學;教材設計;Elementary School;Social Curriculum;Issue-Based Instruction;Network Teaching;Teaching Material Design
    Date: 2003-04-24
    Issue Date: 2009-12-15 13:49:15 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:臺灣師範大學
    Abstract: 本文乃探討社會學習領域「科學、科技、社會」主題的議題式網路化教材設計準則,依據「科學、科技、社會」的教學目標、教學內容與教學策略,並分析與評鑑國外二個社會學習領域之「科學、科技、社會」教學網站,提出國小社會學習領域「科學、科技、社會」網路化教材的設計準則。
    The purposes of this paper were to provide the principles of designing web-based Science-Technology-Society (STS) instructional materials for elementary social studies curriculum. This paper started with analyzing STS objectives, contents, and strategies for the new elementary social science curriculum, followed by two exemplary web-based instructional materials, and finally presented the design principles. This paper was significant because it provide the instructional designers and school teachers for designing the STS web-based instructional activities.
    Relation: 第十一屆國際電腦輔助教學研討會(ICCAI2003)暨中華民國第十六屆電腦輔助教學研討會,頁6
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