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|Other Titles:||The Challenge and Future Development of Technological High School from the Perspective of Technological and Vocational Education Law|
Jen-Chia Chang, Kun-yi, Chen
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
The main purpose of this paper was to explore and discuss the challenges and future development of Technological High Schools in Taiwan based on The Technological and Vocational Education Law. By means of literature review and document analysis, the Technological High Schools in Taiwan face the challenges as follows：1. becoming the secondary choice, 2. generalizing technique learning, 3.lacking specialty, 4.needing lifelong learning process, and 5. owing resources. Therefore, the implementation of Technological and Vocational Education Law with three improving strategies, including: developing career consciousness, cultivating professional competencies, and promoting professional development.To response the challenges mentioned above, there were four strategies could be used: 1. totransfer the childless and crisis into positive thinking, 2. to establish professional honorablereputation, 3. to promote teachers’ and students’ practice experiences and skills, and 4. toconstruct special class for employment. The conclusions could be expressed as follow: Firstly,the Technological High Schools keep pace with modern current development trends. Secondly,the school should also cultivate students’ practicing and thinking abilities. Finally, the schoolsshould encourage parental involvement to cultivate students’ multiple intelligences.
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