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    Title: 國小學童理想的關鍵能力 : 從國小教師的觀點出發
    Other Titles: Elementary school students' ideal key competencies for the future : from the viewpoint of elementary school teachers
    Authors: 吳姿瑩;Wu, Tzu-Ying
    Contributors: 淡江大學未來學研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 國小學童;國小教師;多種可能未來;關鍵能力;核心能力;Elementary School Pupils;Elementary School Teacher;Alternative Futures;Key Competencies;core competencies
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:30:24 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在建構國小學童理想的未來關鍵能力。研究者彙整十位現職正式國小教師對可能未來的想像後,利用雙變項情節分析法勾勒出國小教師眼中的多種可能未來,再根據多種可能未來中理想未來、與符合理想未來所得之關鍵能力的內容,輔以未來學學者、歐美組織/國家與臺灣官方提出的關鍵能力,建構出理想的國小學童未來關鍵能力。
    The purpose of this research is to construct an ideal set of key competencies for the future of elementary school pupils. The researcher first collected images of probable futures from ten elementary school teachers. Double variable method was then utilized to obtain the alternative futures and, subsequently, the preferred futures from these teachers. Finally, the researcher constructed ideal key competencies for the future of elementary school students based on the following factors: (1) the preferred futures and the key competencies put forward by the teacher respondents, (2) key competencies proposed by scholars in futures studies, and (3) key competencies suggested by certain organizations/nations and by Taiwan administration.
    This research proposes a set of six key competencies for the future of elementary school students. They are:
    1. The competency to manage and to identify oneself and to be willing to share and devote;
    2. The competency to interact effectively with others and to create a democratic and harmony society;
    3. The competency to utilize information technology efficiently and to understand the impact of technology;
    4. The competency to pursue personal economic development and to love creating and innovating with others;
    5. The competency to respect nature and to appreciate multi-cultures; and
    6. The competency to maintain a happy life and to be flexible and adaptable.
    Appears in Collections:[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Futures Studies] Thesis

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