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    Title: 幼兒階段實施生死議題教育的論述
    Authors: 李玉惠;Lee, Yuh-huey
    Contributors: 幼兒教育學系
    Keywords: 生死議題教育;幼兒教育;論述;life-and-death education;early childhood education;discourse
    Date: 2011-09
    Issue Date: 2012-11-23 16:52:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 幼兒階段實施生死議題教育是難為而應為的教育專業,因為挑戰社會文化禁忌和考驗教師教學專業而頗受爭議。本研究透過文獻探討、訪談、開放性問卷填答進行在幼兒階段實施生死議題教育的論述。研究結果顯示:在幼兒階段實施生死議題教育有其需要性和可能性,但仍具有爭議性,實施前要先澄清其內涵,並採隨機教育機會和多元教學策略。

    Teaching children in early childhood handling the subject of death is under dispute because death is a taboo in Chinese culture. It is also a challenge to teachers in Taiwan because they generally lack of pedagogical knowledge about death. In this study, literature about Life-and-Death Education (LDE) is collected and organized first to understand the recent development and situation of LDE in Taiwan. Opinions on LDE in early childhood are then collected with questionnaire investigation and interview. Results shows that most participants consider the LDE is needed and can be applied to children in early childhood. According to the literature review and participants' opinions, we suggest that early childhood educators need pedagogical knowledge of LDE. In addition, while they put LDE in practice, the educators should be cautious because this issue is still very sensitive for some people in Taiwan.
    Relation: 學校行政雙月刊, 75: 214-242
    Appears in Collections:[幼兒教育學系 ] 期刊論文

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