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|Title:||Elderly learning in the toy Clinic shop in Taiwan|
Lin , Yi-Yin
|Abstract:||Due to the decrease in the birth rate and dramatically increase of the elderly in Taiwan, social participations as well as intergeneration interactions become the major approaches for elderly learning. Based on these concerns, the experimental project of “Toy Clinic Shop in primary school” was initiated to enhance the lifelong learning of the elderly. The project recognizes the unique experiences and abilities of the elderly and provides the mechanisms of knowledge sharing and problem solving. From the perspectives of learning, this study aims to explore the benefits of the elderly from participating in the Toy Clinic Shop. In-depth interviews are used to collect data for the analyses of this study. The primary findings of this study are as follows: 1. Participating in Toy Clinic Shop meet with the multiple needs of the elderly. 2. Participating in Toy Clinic Shop promote the intergeneration interact experience for elderly.|
|Appears in Collections:||教師著作|
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