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A study of Food and Agricultural Education Implementation Strategy in Integrative Activities Area for Junior High School
Food and Agricultural Education
12-year Compulsory Education
Integrative Activities Area
This study focused on the strategy of implementing Food and Agricultural Education framework of Integrative Activities Area for junior high school. This study analyzed the contents of 12-year Compulsory Education curriculum guidelines framework of Integrative Activities Area. Moreover, discussing the collaboration between school teachers, parents, family and community to implement Food and Agricultural Education. The documentary analysis and focus group interview were used for collecting data. The major findings and results of the study are as follows: 1.According to the curriculum guidelines of 12-year Compulsory Education, the objectives and contents of Food and Agricultural Education could be appropriately infused in the curriculum of Integrative Activities Area. These include, 1) Agricultural Production and Environment: "Seeking the Common Good” with environment, 2) Food, Health, and Consumption: “Taking the Initiative” to develop healthy dietary behaviors, and 3) Dietary Life, and Culture: “Engaging the Public” to inherit the food culture. 2.Schools took the following ways to implement Food and Agricultural Education: infusing in the curriculum of learning areas, and expanding the alternative learning to develop school-based curriculum under school climate. Furthermore, with teaching resources integration and government, family, and community involvement, schools supplied experiential learning activities for students to practice what they have learned in their daily lives. Overall, the study proposes the following strategies of implementing Food and Agricultural Education in Integrative Activities Area for junior high school: 1) Infuse in the curriculum of Integrative Activities Area based on 12-year Compulsory Education curriculum guidelines, 2) Integrate the issues to the cross-field curriculum design to promote students' personalized learning, and 3) Supply experiential learning activities for students by using teaching resources. Key Words: Food and Agricultural Education, 12-year Compulsory Education, Integrative Activities Area
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