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A study Of the Implementation of Grade 1-9 Curriculum’Guidelines on Junior High School for The Learning Areas of Health and Physical Education
Junior High School
The Learning Areas of Health and PhysicalEducation
The main purpose of this research is to explore the issue and to find the difficult position since Grade 1-9 Curriculum Guidelines for The Learning Areas of Health and Physical Education in junior high schools in Taiwan. Based on the findings, we as researchers are here to provide several strategies for further renovation in this paper. Firstly, we try to realize how teachers as the participants in the survey assess the present practices on “Curriculum Design and Enactment ” and “the Implementation of Grade 1-9 Curriculum Guidelines.” Accordingly, we use the path model to explore the relationship between three independent variables (i.e. administrative cooperation, teaching consultation, and curriculum design) and five dependent variables (i.e. teaching philosophy, teaching material selection, teaching practice, teaching assessment, and support in learning filed.) Based on the findings, three suggestions are provided in the paper. First, supply multilateral support systems in administration with microscopic and school-based view in order to build an environment advantageous for renewing the curriculum and teaching. Secondly, enhance the consensus of teachers’ philosophy, and improve the ability for teaching design so as to enlarge the effects of renewing the curriculum and teaching. Thirdly, curriculum leaders should make use of the mediated effects created from the teaching consultation strategies and teachers’ philosophy strategies, and also upgrade the ability of teaching design in order to fulfill the conditions for curriculum implement in The Learning Areas of Health and Physical Education.
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