The status of primary technology education in Taiwan
online resourceposted on 24.06.2008, 13:06 by Chia-Sen Jimmy Huang
In order to cope with the change and keep pace with the development of modern technology, Taiwan’s government has adopted a series of large innovations in all aspects of technology in recent years. One of the purposes is to compare the specifics of both the 1975 and the 1996 National Primary Curriculum of technology education in Taiwan, as well as the essence of its goals, time distribution, and contents. In addition, the characteristics of the 1996 new curriculum will be depicted. Literature reviews and analysis formulate the basis of the research method of this study. Accordingly, a brief development history of the National Curriculum of primary technology education in Taiwan will be introduced. Furthermore, this study also discusses the pre-service teacher training system for primary technology education in Taiwan. Finally, the future trends in primary technology education in Taiwan will be explored.
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