Sky under the Framework: Planning and Practice of Self-Directed Learning in School-Developed Curriculum for National University of Tainan Affiliated Primary School
Based on the concept of self-directed learning, National University of Tainan Affiliated Primary School has developed a curriculum, including the six-axis theme courses and various activity clubs, for the development of the student’s literacy. Instead of presetting material of instruction, the teacher’s task is to produce adaptive and time-according curricula and lesson plans which allow the student to cultivate core competencies. This article first introduces the educational experimental tasks shouldered by National University of Tainan Affiliated Primary School, which are different from the current widely-recognized experimental education systems. It points out that both are important paths for the educational development in Taiwan. Secondly, it fosters, from the perspective of educational practice, self-directed learning should function under the framework of personal and social rationality. The student is guided to develop their self-directed learning practice, rather than simply stressing freedom with no limits. Finally, three courses are presented to illustrate the practice of this school- developed curriculum.
|關鍵詞||自主學習、校訂課程、南大附小、self-directed learning、school-developed curriculum、National University of Tainan Affiliated Primary School|