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Title: 國民中學地理科環境價值教學之研究
Other Titles: A Study of Environmental Value Teaching in Junior High School Geography
Authors: 黃朝恩
Issue Date: Nov-2000
Publisher: 地理學系
Department of Geography, NTNU
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to apply the idea of multidisciplinary infusion method to incorporate environmental values into junior high school curricula as well as Geography subject. The entire project has proceeded in three steps for two years. The first step involves a preparation step, in which the researcher and some junior high teachers work together to discuss and clarify the meaning of environmental values and its instructional models. The second step focuses on developing instructional models of environmental values. It includes the selection of suitable contents of each school subjects to infuse environmental values, developing effective instructional strategies and teaching methods, and finally constructing a well-structured instructional model for environmental value education. Basically, the instructional model contains four components: structural sequence of contents, teachers' role, teachers' responses to students' learning, and supporting systems. The final step concerns an experimental instruction, in which teachers are required to practice the instructional model in their classrooms and a quasi-experimental design has been adopted to assess the instructional results. Environmental attitudes and behaviors are discussed with an emphasis on the assessment of students' learning achievement. Hopefully, this research may well collaborate with other subjects such as Biology, Chemistry, Home Economics, Civic and Moral Education and Health Education etc. in close relationship, and dedicate together to the promotion of value education.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw//handle/77345300/23839
Other Identifiers: BAF506C2-6DE3-E0FC-E66A-A9CF4C783506
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