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|Title:||A. Giddens 自反現代性對師資培育課程研究之啟發|
|Other Titles:||A. Giddens' Reflexive Modernization and Its Implications on the Curriculum Research of Teacher Education|
Department od Education, NTNU
Basing on two different research approaches, we suggest that the curriculum of teacher education should pay more attention to the “moral meaning” of teachers. The first approach is about “teacher change.” These studies point out that the meaning of being a teacher was always limited to certain “roles.” It means that being a teacher one should have certain kind of personalities, traits, or abilities. The curriculum reform with this perspective always fails because it overlook that teachers are living persons. The second approach is about the situation of contemporary society. Giddens suggests that “moral meaning” is not only very important to personal existence but also the base of individual's identities and reflexivity. Therefore, if we expect to have a better result of curriculum reform, personal meaning of teachers should be integrated in the curriculum reform. Finally, we would like to provide some suggestions that may improve the curriculum research of teacher education in the future.
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