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    Title: 歐盟國家普通教育探究-以芬蘭為例
    Other Titles: A study of general education in the EU member staes : Finland as a study case
    Authors: 陳章瑋;Chen, Chang-wei
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    鄒忠科;Tzou, Chong-ko
    Keywords: 芬蘭經驗;普通教育;後現代主義;競爭力;知識經濟;Finnish experience;General education;Postmodernism;Competitiveness;Knowledge-based economy
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:00:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 論文提要內容:

    近年來,芬蘭普通教育頻頻受到各國教育專家學者的關注,探討芬蘭教育的動機來自於國際教育評比上的優異表現, OECD針對其會員國及主要國家十五歲青少年在學校習得參與社會的技能及知識水準做一評量,即PISA,測驗內容包括「閱讀」、「自然科學」、「數學」及「問題解決」四大部份,芬蘭學生在各類評比中名列前茅,整體表現為參與PISA國家中的第一名。



    General education in Finland has been spotlighted and educational experts have adverted to it all over the world. It is because Finland has fared well in international comparisons in education, such as the OECD PISA programme, which assesses learning outcomes among 15-year-old students in mathematics, science, reading literacy and problem-solving. Finnish students figured at the top all the lists in key subjects, and differences between students, schools and regional were comparatively very small.
    Due to the extraordinary success in education and the direct improvement to domestic labour-force quality, Finland performs well in other international comparisons. For example, EPI (Environmental Performance Index) launched by Yale University, the Global Competitiveness Report 2008 launched by the World Economic Forum, the Global Corruption Report 07-08 launched by the Transparency International and so on. These lead to the fact that the term “knowledge” plays an active and important role in Finland nowadays. Every country leader comes to realize the significance of knowledge, and to increase investment in R & D and incubate citizens with academic knowledge is to become the most immediate way to build up a knowledge-based economy and information society. Therefore, the competitiveness of the country strengthens.
    With the truth of Finland a valuable study case, the thesis tries to evaluate the outcomes of general education in Finland and figures out what policies it adopts makes Finland one of the few countries that not only well have fared in international comparisons, but also the achiever in the competition of educational reform since seventies.
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