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Title: 二十世紀下半葉大陸的課程改革:回顧與前瞻
Other Titles: Mainland China's Curriculum Reform: Retrospect and Prospect
Authors: 黃甫全
Issue Date: Jan-2000
Publisher: 國立台灣師範大學教育學系
Department od Education, NTNU
Abstract: 本文旨在探討中國大陸課程改革在二十世紀下半葉的演進歷程,現狀以及到二十一世紀上半葉的發展趨勢。首先考察論述大陸五十年來的課程改革經歷了艱難曲折的改造階段、「蘇化」階段、革命階段、恢復階段和改革階段。其次,分析指出現行的課程體系顯得格外僵化和保守,嚴重滯後於大陸現代化建設的需要,當前的課程改革突破性地提出了構建「學生全面發展為本課程」的嶄新理念。然後,展望二十一世紀上半葉,提出大陸課程改革的發展的基本走向是:孕育大課程觀,建立課程改革運行的新機制,明確目的和研制目標體系,更新教育內容,研制課程評價體系,建構多元化的課程體系。
In is paper, author explores the advancing course of Mainland China’s curriculum reform in the second half of the 20th century, and analyses the status quo, and prospects for the first half of the 21st century. Firstly, the course was divided into five stages: rebuilt, Sovietized, revolutionized, renewed and reformed. Secondly, the actual curriculum was much more rigid and conservative, and so people began to receive the progressive idea of the child-centred curriculum. Finally, the author points out that Mainland China’s curriculum reform in the first half of the 21st century would consist of several actions: gestating new views of great curriculum, and establishing new mechanism of the curriculum reform, and clarifying the educational aims, and developing the system of the objectives, and renovation the contents or learning experiences, and developing the system of curriculum evaluation, and constructing the pluralistic curriculum system.
Other Identifiers: 3995F437-BC5F-B8F9-9A05-05DBC4DE7694
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