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High Scope program (HSP), as a multi-year research project which National Science Council (NSC) first funds high schools directly, enables the curriculum development to be rooted from the bottom, which is quite essential to Taiwan’s science education. Following the closure of HSP I, HSP II is initiated in order to promote NSC’s policy in cultivating talents in emerging technology, to integrate and continue the HSP I achievements, and to further construct premium science learning environments and broaden international cooperation. HSP II executive office is established on August 2011, with the main tasks as the followings: (1) handle the work of call for proposals for innovative curriculum projects and invite experts for project evaluation; (2) set up project management systems to support the development and implementation of the projects; (3) promote interaction among different domestic educational communities, including conferences for project achievement sharing, dissemination of excellent project outcomes to outlying areas, and academic writing workshops for school teachers; (4) hold international academic activities to engage direct dialogue with researchers from Asian different countries, including conferences between High Scope program of Taiwan and Super Science High School program in Japan and international conferences on science education reform. HSP II Office is created for important practical functions and meanings: The purpose of this project aims to continue running HSP II Office. Through continuing the office, a plenty of resources can be gained to organize activities such as program-related workshops and conferences. These activities shall strengthen embedding science and technology literacy into school education while improving teachers’ professional research abilities, so as to achieve the science education goal of making technology talents cultivation start from high schools.
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