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    Title: 台北縣正德國中服務學習課程之探討
    Other Titles: The study on service-learning curriculum of Jen-der junior high school in Taipei county
    Authors: 林萬怡;Lin, Wanyi
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士班
    黃炳煌;Huang, Ping-huang
    Keywords: 服務學習;服務學習課程;批判思考能力;自我覺察;Service-Learning;Service-Learning curriculum;Critical thinking;Self-awareness
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:12:15 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討服務學習之理論並應用於實務工作之中,以瞭解服務學習在國中施行之現況及困難,帶給學生之學習成效以及相關人士對服務學習課程的看法。
    The purposes of the research are as follows: (1)to exploring the theories of service-learning;(2)to investigate the effects of applying the theories in junior high school;(3)to understand the viewpoints of the related person including students, agency members, teachers who help service-learning, parents and homeroom teachers; and(4)to make suggestions for designing the service-learning curriculum and to the educational authorities based on the findings.
    Qualitative research was employed to conduct the study. Data were collected from reflective journal of 60 participating students and 3 teachers who help service-learning, 1 transcript of focusing group consisting of 12 students who participate the curriculum, and 12 transcripts of in-depth interviews with students, agency members, teachers who help service-learning, parents and homeroom teachers.
    According to the findings , the effects of Jen-Der junior High School service-learning curriculum on the students can be presented in three aspects:(1) Personal growth and development including the enhancement of self-awareness and self-esteem;(2)Intellectual development and academic learning such as the improvement of problem solving and critical thinking, better interpersonal social skills, and superior learning skills;(3)Social growth and development referring to higher concern with the community, more active helping behavior, and improved altruistic behavior.
    To establish a feasible service-learning model in junior high school, based on the findings, 4 conditions must be met:(1)Service-learning curriculum should be arranged in flexible learning schedule as a student service club;(2)Service-learning curriculum must be integrated with other subjects so as to promote the effectiveness of service-learning;(3)The curriculum should be co-administrated by the student affairs office and the counseling office;(4)It is very appropriate to start the training courses in the seventh year.
    The recommendations for the junior high schools which want to develop service-learning curriculum include:(1)Developing a culture of service by illustrating the meaning and effects of service-learning clearly to school teachers and community members;(2)Integrating the curriculum into all area teaching as a whole plan;(3)Involving students in planning from the preparation stage;(4)Reinforcing the relationship between students and the surrounding community;(5)Developing new evaluation instruments in accordance with the requirements in Taiwan;(6) Establishing effective models which can facilitate the application of Service-learning curriculum in other schools.
    Due to the research limitations, three suggestions for further study are made as follows:(1)Making a comparison between schools or countries;(2)Adopting diverse research methods, which can examine the findings from different dimensions;(3)Increasing the research sample and extending the research period.
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