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    Title: 全球教育融入學校本位課程發展之個案研究
    Other Titles: Infusing global education into school-based curriculum : at two elementary schools
    Authors: 曹治臻;Tsao, Chih-Jen
    Contributors: 淡江大學課程與教學研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 全球教育;融入課程;學校本位課程;Global Education;Infusing Curriculum;School-Based Curriculum
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 13:29:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究為探討全球教育融入學校本位課程發展,目的在於:一、了解兩所個案學校推動全球教育的理念與目的。二、分析兩所個案學校全球教育的課程規劃與設計。三、探究兩所個案學校全球教育課程的實施策略與問題。四、比較兩所個案學校的異同。本研究採取質性研究,以訪談為主,文件、觀察為輔之方式獲得資料;研究對象方面,以新北市和台北市各一所國小為例。本研究歸納結論如下:
    The purpose of this study is to explore the integration of global education into the school-based curriculums at two Taiwanese elementary schools. This research focuses on how both schools conceptualize and set goals for “global education,”plan and design a “globalized curriculum,”and what procedures and policies are used to implement “global education.”Further, these two example schools are compared and contrasted in this study. In this qualitative study, interviews, documents, and observation served as the primary source of data.
    Through the close investigation of these two schools, one is Taipei County-School 1, and one is Taipei City-School 2, the following results were observed:
    1. School 1 emphasized mutual respect and the accumulation of international experience in its globalized curriculum. Schools 2, however, emphasized helping students build global perspectives, understanding conflict resolution and peace, and strengthen global capacities.
    2. Both schools had ample resources, which allowed them to pursue “globalized curricula.”
    3. In terms of curriculum development, both schools developed situated learning environments as a means to implement globalized education.
    4. Both schools included multiculturalism in their concept of global education, and required students to interact in multicultural environments for the purpose of enhancing mutual cultural respect.
    5. In terms of globalized curriculum content, School 1 relied on the regional government’s curriculum standard, and a book called “Si Hai Yi Jia,” School 2 on the other hand, relied on their “Learning Village”as the basis for globalized education.
    6. In terms of learning resources, School 1 emphasized the natural environment of the school, whereas School 2 emphasized the use of technology.
    7. Both schools experienced curriculum limitations due to financial limitations. School 1 also dealt with problems related to language abilities English and satisfying standardized requirements. School 2 felt policies needed to be improved.
    8. School 2 felt the need to improve curriculum continuity, and the student’s experiences with their web resources.
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