eBook Curriculum Innovations in Changing Societies, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 9462093598
  • ISBN-13: 9789462093591
  • DDC: 375.001
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 546 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released May 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Foreword.
1: Introduction.
2: Shaping the School Curriculum in Chinese Societies.
3: Changing Curriculum Policy, Research and Trends.
4: A Continuous Journey: Curriculum Policy Change in Mainland China.
5: Transformational Issues in Curriculum Reform: Perspectives from Hong Kong.
6: Implementation of Taiwan’s Curriculum Reform Policy: From the Perspective of Curriculum Guidelines.
7: Curriculum Research in Mainland China: Localization and Globalization*.
8: The New Curriculum Design of Basic Education in Mainland China.
9: Curriculum Development and Innovations in Schools.
10: Implementation of the New Mathematics Curriculum for Compulsory Education in Mainland China.
11: Arts Curriculum Reform and Research in Taiwan.
12: Verbal Interaction between Teachers and Students in Primary and Secondary Classrooms.
13: The Integrated Science Curriculum in Mainland China.
14: High School History: From Imparting Knowledge to Boosting Lives in the Context of the New Curriculum.
15: High School Task-Based Language Teaching in Mainland China.
16: Morality, Values and Spirituality in the School Curriculum in Mainland China.
17: School-Based Curriculum Development in Mainland China: Analysis of Literature from 2001 to 2010.
18: Teachers’ Use of Differentiation Strategies in the Hong Kong Classrooms.
19: Conceptions of Textbooks by Chinese Teachers in Mainland China.
20: Small Class Teaching in Hong Kong: A Hong Kong Case of School Revival.
21: School-Based Curriculum Innovations: A Case Study in Shenzhen City Mainland China.
22: Autonomy of History Teachers in Mainland China.
23: The Use of Network Instruction in English Language Learning in Mainland China.
24: A Participatory Approach to Teaching Chinese Language in Mainland China*.
25: Implementation, Assessment and Teacher Development.
26: Web-Based Program for in-Service Teachers of Shenzhen City in Mainland China.
27: The Washback Effects of the National College Entrance Examination on the Curriculum Reform in Mainland China.
28: Teacher Evaluation as an Approach to Organizational Learning: A Case Study of Taiwan.
29: Reforms in Student Assessment in Mainland China: Contexts, New Policy, Changes, and Challenges.
30: A Comparative Study of Exemplary Teachers in Mainland China and the United States.
31: Hong Kong Teachers’ Professional Development.
32: The Curriculum Innovation in Mainland China and Japan: A School-Based Approach.
33: Curriculum Reform in Rural Areas in Mainland China*.
34: Concluding Remarks.
35: A European Perspective on Curriculum Development and Innovation.