Walking Hand in Hand: The Practice and Inheritance of Curriculum By a Pilot School of 12-year Basic Education Curriculum
To enhance the promotion of 12-year basic education curriculum guidelines (the “Curriculum Guidelines”), the Ministry of Education selected 169 schools to run the pilot project. Among them, the pilot schools, those with more experiences, are responsible for the planning and implementation of the Curriculum Guidelines to explore workable modes, as well as helping pilot schools who are new to the project in the transformation of their curriculum. This paper describes a core school’s process of the practice and inheritance of curriculum, from working out a workable mode of organization and operation for school administrative team, to the organization and operation of teachers’ professional learning community which enhances the effective and strategical implementation of the Curriculum Guidelines, and in addition, the opportunity of self-growth while assisting other schools to inherit the experiences of carrying out the Curriculum Guidelines. The teachers’ professional dialogue and the introspection of teachers turn out to be the most important motive and catalyst that bring about change and action. This paper concludes that the fundament for the practice of the Curriculum Guidelines lies in the empowerment of teachers by the core administrative group.
|關鍵詞||十二年國教、前導學校、教師專業學習社群、12-year basic education、pilot school、teachers’ professional learning community|