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|Other Titles: ||A study on all-out defence education of the senior high schools in Taiwan|
|Authors: ||陳世明;Chen, Shih-Ming|
|Keywords: ||全民國防;軍訓教官;全民國防教育;All-out Defense;military instructor;All-out defense Education|
|Issue Date: ||2013-04-13 10:35:03 (UTC+8)|
Since the 99th school year, the All-out Defense Education, which is a required course of the first grade in high (vocational) school, has caused the reduction of course credits, and teaching hours. Due to the above-mentioned reasons, we need to understand the opinions from the military instructors who actually teach these courses in school, so that we can put forward good suggestions.
In this paper, via interviewing military instructors to get their viewpoints and recommended actions, we’re going to examine “the change of the title of Course and Course content, reduction of course credits and number of teaching hours, the campus positioning, the necessity of obtaining the qualification of school teaching, reasons of learning effectiveness and interests, integration of the activity within the course. ”
Studies have shown that half of the respondents hold a positive attitude of the change of the title of Course and Course content. Moreover, most of the respondents fill the gap from reducing course credits and teaching hours by integrating the activity within the course and different ways to teach the course “All-out Defense Education.”
Although the current status will not affect the qualifications of the teaching of military instructors, the proper source of law for military instructors to get the qualification of school teaching has not yet been found. And this makes them concern deeply in their mind about the uncertainty of the position on campus in the future.
|Appears in Collections:||[國際事務與戰略研究所] 學位論文|
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