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Title: 世界各國國定課程中的核心素養:以日本、韓國與新加坡為例
Other Titles: An International Study of the CoreCompetencies in National Curriculum- Taking Japan, South Korea and Singapore as Examples
Authors: 楊俊鴻
Chun-Hung Yang
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學師資培育與就業輔導處
Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
Abstract: 十二年國民基本教育課程綱要總綱,關注於培養學生成為具備三面九項核心素養的終身學習者。近年來,臺灣的教育研究者對於「素養」的概念表現出愈來愈高的研究興趣,然而卻較少系統性地探討世界各國國定課程中的核心素養。本研究的主要目的在於討論與比較日本、韓國與新加坡國定課程中的核心素養,為此波臺灣十二年國民基本教育課程改革,提供一些具體可行的發展方向。
The General Guidelines of the 12-year curriculum centers on the student as alifelong learner who develops “core competencies” of three categories and nine items.Recently, educational researchers have shown an increased research interest in theconcept of “competencies” in Taiwan. However, little international research hassystematically focused on the “core competencies” in the national curriculum.This study aims to discuss and compare the “core competencies” in the national curriculum in Japan, Korea and Singapore. We can provide some suggestions for the curriculum reform for the G1-12 basic education in Taiwan.
Other Identifiers: 90480A99-4E0F-8299-5618-D41CC90579DD
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