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Title: 「能源與環境」非制式教育計畫---建構能源之體驗課程計畫
Construction of the Energy Experience Curriculum Plan
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學工業教育學系
徐昊杲
林炎旦
Issue Date: 31-Jul-2008
Publisher: 行政院國家科學委員會
Abstract: 本研究旨在培養師資培育學生具有能源素養,成為未來的優秀能源講師,並透過學習、實作的過程,培養小學生節能減碳知識及素養,以期讓未來的師資與主人翁具體實踐節能減碳。因此,本研究欲達成之目標如下: 1. 發展國小能源實作與體驗的單元課程。 2. 配合國小能源實作與體驗課程,發展能源種子推廣師資培訓課程。 3. 培訓師資培育學生成為能源種子教師。 4. 推廣能源實作與體驗課程,達成國小學生能源素養的提昇。 為達成研究目的並增進對研究主題的認識,本研究先針對能源教育的相關研究等文獻加以探討,以作為發展能源實作與體驗課程的基礎。同時發展能源實作與體驗師資培訓課程以及國小學生種子課程,在全國北、中、南、東四區,進行10~12場次能源實作與體驗課程推廣,在靜態與動態兼具的學習環境下親身體驗能源科學,同時發展參與者之社會溝通技巧,以促進不同背景參與者之交流,並利用問卷調查法及追蹤訪問檢視課程之成果,歸納研究發現與結論。
The purpose of this project is to construct the energy curriculums to cultivate the trainee of primary teachers with basic energy-saving and carbon-reducing knowledge, through the process of learning and operating curriculums to teach primary school students. We expect they will practice saving energy and reducing carbon in their lives after these curriculums. This study will approach the objects as following: 1. To develop the operating and experience curriculums of energy for the primary students. 2. To develop the operating and experience curriculums of energy and for the trainee of primary teachers. 3. Training the trainee of primary teachers to become a professional teacher about energy. 4. To cultivate the primary school students with basic energy-saving and carbon-reducing knowledge. To achieve this purpose, the first of all, we will analyze related references and construct the curriculum for the trainee of primary teachers and the primary students at the same time. As long as the curriculum completed, we will hold about ten to twelve activities, meanwhile, we will also use questionnaire and interview to chasing the outcome.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw/handle/77345300/35157
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_E0103_04_032
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