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Title: 國民中學智育領導內涵及其教育指標建構之研究
Authors: 周麗珠
Contributors: 林國楨
Keywords: 智育;智育領導;教育指標
intelligence education;intelligence education leadership;educational indicators
Date: 2010
Issue Date: 2010-12-03
Description: 碩士
Abstract: 摘 要
關鍵字:智育、智育領導、教育指標 i
This study is intended to explore the content of intelligence education leadership at junior high school and the construction of the related educational indicators. The result of the study is expected to be of future use as reference for promoting intelligence education leadership at junior high school.
In order to achieve the aims of the study, the process of the research involves literature exploration, followed by interviews with focus groups, and finally with expert-valid questionnaire survey incorporated.
The study begins with exploring relevant literature available both at home and abroad, which is followed by a first-time interview on the subject matter of the study with focus groups. The focus groups for this stage of interview include eleven junior high school teachers, among whom four take the position of division director, four of group leader, and three of homeroom teacher. Based on individual practical experience, the interviewees freely express their ideas respectively about intelligence education and intelligence education leadership. The information secured from the interviews is combined with the findings of literature exploration to develop an outline of questions for a second-time interviews with focus groups.
The second-time interviews are carried out with the help of five principals currently working at junior high schools. Aiming at different aspects of intelligence education leadership, the principals offer open suggestions relating to the practice of the subject in question.
The results of the two interview sessions and the findings of literature exploration are combined to develop an “expert-valid questionnaire on the levels and construction of intelligence education leadership indicators at junior high school.” The contents of this questionnaire are validated by six scholars and experts.
Through the research process stated above, the study suggests that intelligence education leadership at junior high school includes four levels, namely, academic level, creative level, social level, and practical level. Under the academic level are 10 educational indicators, under the creative level 11, under the social level 10, and under the practical level 11.
Key words: intelligence education; intelligence education leadership; educational indicators
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