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|Other Titles:||An Analysis of Curriculum-Related Policies in Dutch Colonial Taiwan (1624-1662)|
Department od Education, NTNU
Curriculum-related policies could be manipulated and stipulated by those in power during different epochs of a country, regardless whether they were equipped with the contemporary knowledge of curriculum governance or not. In Dutch colonial Taiwan, there were many curriculum-related polices for religious education in Taiwan. Using historical analysis, this study examined these curriculum-related policies in the framework of curriculum governance.This paper discussed the establishment of schools in the Dutch colonial era as the background for the subsequent analysis. The curriculum-related policies were divided into four categories: contents of curriculum, ways of implementation, capacities of teachers, and management of resources. In Dutch colonial Taiwan, the curriculum-related policies were well established and implemented with high consistency. On the other hand, strategies of curriculum governance merit further study.
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