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|Other Titles:||The Obstacles Faceing the National Curriculum and Instruction Promotion Network and Its Future: Using Local Compulsory Education Advisory Groups as Examples|
Department od Education, NTNU
This study focused on the“Compulsory Education Advisory Groups” at county and city levels, and thereof interviewed administrative staffs , members of the advisory group， and related personnel in the counties and cities of northern, central, southern, and eastern Taiwan. Results showed that, the four obstacles currently facing the National Curriculum and Instruction Promotion Network are: 1) lack of complete division of labor and conversation mechanism between "administration" and "curriculum and instruction" members; 2) lack of integration and transformation mechanism between curriculum and instruction policies; 3) partial emphasis on subject teaching, while neglecting the development of course consciousness; 4) limited influence on curriculum and instruction at the school level. To overcome those four obstacles, this study suggests that the curriculum and teaching promotion model which focuses on the "advisory groups" should be replaced by a new "National Curriculum and Instruction Promotion Network."
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