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|Other Titles:||Autonomy Needs and Gifted Students' Affection Education|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
Autonomy, one of the main three needs of the human Iife, was the main target of the article. At first, the author explored the concept of autonomy, and its interaction with the environment. He then proposed an autonomous environment for gifted students where their needs of autonomy and affection development could be met. Then, the author pinpointed that the competence indicators of Grade 1-9 Curriculum were not enough to cultivate gifted students' sense of autonomy, and he thereby recommend ways to design affective curriculum.
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