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|Other Titles:||Community-based Education for Taiwan's Aboriginal Schools|
Department od Education, NTNU
On the basis of an extensive review of the literature, we have foundthat community-based education (CBE) has been highly effective in solving problems concerning aboriginal education in western countries. Is CBE equally good for aboriginal schools in Taiwan? This paper aims at answring this question by means of focus group interviews, comprised of practitioners of aboriginal education in Taiwan.Members of the focus group recommend that aboriginal schools in Taiwan should implement CBE immediately. Taking Taiwan's educational context into consideration, they further suggest that educators in aboriginal schools first proactively invite parents and community members to become more genuinely involved in the design of school curricula. Then, educators should combine traditional tribal education and a mentoring system within the school education.They also make recommendations pertaining to school management and educational administrative board's implementation CBE of in Taiwan's aboriginal schools.
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