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Research On the Effects of the Policies of One-Guideline-One-Version Textbooks and a Joint Basic Competency Test For Taipei City、New Taipei City and Keelung Upon Teachers’ Teaching In the Three Cities
Cities of Taipei
New Taipei and Keelung
Joint BC Tests
The Research aims to discuss how the policies of “one-guideline-one-version textbooks” and “a joint BC test for Taipei City, New Taipei City and Keelung” affect junior high school teachers’ teaching in the three cities. It also probes into whether the policies eased off the teachers’ teaching load as well as improved their teaching attitude and methods. The method to carry out this study was using a survey developed by the researcher, namely “How the Policies of One-Guideline-One-Version Textbooks and a Joint BC Tests for Taipei City, New Taipei City and Keelung Affect Your Teaching.” Subjects were 594 teachers radomly chosen from 37 public junior high schools in the three cities, teaching Chinese, English, math, science or social studies. The analysis used the SPSS statistical software package, with which descriptive statistics were computed. In addition, T Test and single variable analyses wereconducted. The principal findings of this research are as followed. 1.The policites don’t affect teachers’ teaching on a regular basis. 2.Under the policies, teachers would still voluntarily provide their students with supplementary materials from textbooks of other versions. 3.Teachers become more active in provide remedial teaching for their students under the policies. 4.Teachers in Keelung agree the most that the policy of using one-guideline-one version textbooks reduced their teaching load and changed their teaching attitudes and methods. 5.Teachers under 30 or those with less than 5-year sevice years are more likely to change their teaching attitudes and methods than those between 30 and 50 because of the policies. 6.Teachersgratuating from regular universities are more likely to change their teaching attitudes and methods because of the policies than those graduating from traditional normal universities and the education department of NCCU. 7.More teachers in Taipei City disapprove the policies reduce their teaching load than those in New Taipei City and Keelung. 8.Full-time teaching teachers are more likely to change their teaching attitudes because of the joint BC Test than homeroom teachers andthose with administrative positions. Various suggestions are proposed at the end to provide ideas and directions for interested teachers, education institues and the future researchers.
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