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|Other Titles:||Current Status of High School Earth Science Teaching and Prospects for Improvement by Using Internet in Taiwan|
National Taiwan Normal University Science Education Center
Computer-aided instruction or network-based learning is a world-wide trend. However, the key factor for its implementation at classroom level is the teacher's perspective toward this curriculum reform. In order to explore the experience of the teachers' daily practice in the classroom, this paper first investigates the teaching materials, teaching strategies, school context, and the teacher education of the earth science in Taiwan's high schools. The beliefs and attitudes toward the network-based learning invironment of these teachers are also studied. A questionnaire survey and a follow-up interview data from 73 subjects are collected. The possible ways of implementation of network-based learning on earth science are discussed.
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