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A study on the development and influence factors of the school-based curriculum-An example of one junior high school
school-based curriculum development
The study explored the school-based curriculum development and related factors of the school since Grand 1-9 curriculum began. This study applied qualitative research, and the pilot study by interviewed 2 educational administrators for understanding the development of curriculums. However, during the research process, the researcher interviewed 3 teachers (teach social study and integrative activities learning area) who participated the curriculum development of the school. The results were as following: 1.The curriculum leader and the teachers’ intrinsic motivation would improve the school-based course development. 2.Teacher profession, teaching resource and interaction in teacher communities would keep the school-based curriculum developing constantly. 3.The personnel changes of curriculum developers, the lacking of administrative support and atmosphere of school would obstruct the development of school-based curriculum. 4.The development of school-based curriculum would be changed from the intentions in teaching to learning areas. The recommendations to educational administrators, teachers and future research would propose as following: 1.To school administrators (1)School administrators should inspire teachers intrinsic motivation to promote the responsibility of teachers and their intentions in teaching. (2)School administrators should award recognition on their own initiative to teachers and inspire teachers to enhance their sense of job accomplishment. (3)School administrators should enhance the opportunity to make a good communication with teachers. (4)Committee of Curriculum Development should work better helping school administrators and teachers to achieve the goals of the school-based curriculum development by systemizations. 2.To teachers (1)Expert teachers may pass the torch on to his successor to maintain the orientation and ideas of the curriculum. (2)Teachers should create professional learning communities to promote the cooperation with each other. (3)Teachers should cultivate lifelong learning attitude and being empowered themselves 3.To follow-up study (1)The effects and difficulties of the school-based curriculum in achieving 12-year Basic Education Core Competencies are worthy to be studied further in the future. (2)Further subjects such as (i) the perceptions of the students and (ii) comparing the differences in different learning areas etc. may be studied.
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