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Grade 1-9 Curriculum
the learning area of Health and Physical Education
junior high school teachers
The goal of this study was to probe into, the junior high school Health and Physical Education teachers’ understanding of and attitude toward the Grade 1-9 Curriculum, along with the implementation of the curriculum. It is a quantitative research, and the population is the junior high school teachers who teach seventh graders in the learning area of Health and Physical Education in Taipei city. With random sampling, the valid samples were 160 teachers from 42 junior high schools in Taipei city. The major findings are as follows： 1. About 8.1% of the subjects have never joined any research or study program of the Grade 1-9 Curriculum. 2. All the junior high schools in Taipei city have “Curriculum Development Committee” and “Curriculum Research Team in the Learning Area of Health and Physical Education.” 3. The subjects have considerable understanding of the Grade 1-9 Curriculum. Their attitude toward the curriculum is between “No opinion” and “agree.” But they give not so much assent to the present subjects-integrating and team teaching. 4. The present implementation of the Grade 1-9 Curriculum is between “agree” and “partially agree”. However, the implementation of making use of the parents’ and community people’s talents is less satisfactory. 5. Teachers’ academic backgrounds, seniority, hours of research or study programs, locations of their schools, and the scales of schools are closely related to the understanding of the Grade 1-9 Curriculum. 6. The departments from which the teachers graduated, the subjects which the teachers registered, the locations of their schools, and the communication among teachers about the curriculum are closely related to the teachers’ attitude toward the Grade 1-9 Curriculum. However, only the locations of the schools are closely related to the implementation of the Grade 1-9 Curriculum. 7. Teachers’ understanding of, attitude toward, and the implementing of the Grade 1-9 Curriculum are positively related. As for the difficulties encountered in the implementation, more than half of the teachers agree on the following items: “the related and entitled tasks are very strenuous,” “a teacher needs to teach too many classes,” and “the society think teachers should bear the full responsibility for the success in Grade 1-9 Curriculum, which is very stressful.” And finally the study discusses the major findings and offers suggestions to the educational divisions, schools, teachers, and future researchers.
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