The Beauty and Sorrow of Rural Education: A Case Study of a Junior High School Director Empowers Rukai Students’ Science Fairs and Dilemmas
在臺灣，許多偏鄉教師異動頻繁，導致學生缺乏良善的照料，交通極為不便，風雨成災，讓這些偏鄉小校極為不利。筆者曾在偏鄉對魯凱族教育進行3年田調，讓筆者體認偏鄉教育的美麗與哀愁。本研究採口述史的個案研究，透過電腦輔助質性資料分析軟體NVivo R. 1.5.2協助分析，內容描述DS（化名）主任在極度偏遠的原住民偏鄉ML（化名）國中服務15年之久，努力地推廣科展，期間榮獲85座獎項，這所小校僅有三班、八位教師，其中四位榮獲特殊優良教師（含三位師鐸獎得主），比例之高，全臺罕見。本研究希望透過這位DS主任的敘事，帶給閱讀者更多啟示。
In Taiwan, many teachers in rural areas are frequently transferred, resulting in a lack of good care for students, extremely inconvenient transportation, and stormy, making these small schools in rural areas extremely disadvantaged. My three-year fieldwork experience on Rukai education in a remote area had made me realize the beauty and sorrow of rural education. This study used oral history as a case study, and used a CAQDAS, NVivo R. 1.5.2, to assist in the analysis. This study described DS (pseudonym), a school director who had served in ML (pseudonym) junior high school for 15 years, promoting science exhibitions in an extremely remote aboriginal junior high school, during which he won 85 awards. This small school had only three classes and eight teachers, four of whom were awarded Special Merit Teachers (including three Shiduo Award winners), a high percentage that was rare in Taiwan. This study hoped to bring more insights to the readers through DS’s narratives.
|關鍵詞||NVivo R. 1.5.2、口述史、科展、偏鄉、NVivo R. 1.5.2、oral history、science exhibition、rural area|