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Title: Curricula without Boundaries: Developing an Ecological Connection for Higher Education Curricula
Authors: Chia-Ling Wang
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:教育研究所
Keywords: curriculum;ecology;higher education;Guattari;Barnett
Date: 2014
Issue Date: 2016-10-28T06:36:44Z
Publisher: Educational Philosophy and Theory
Abstract: Abstract:This study was conducted to address the concept of higher education curricula and its practice from an ecological perspective. First, the significance of ecology is investigated based on two streams of thought; the ecological concept of the university proposed by Ronald Barnett; and the text, The Three Ecologies authored by the Italian philosopher Félix Guattari. Second, the notion of ecology is explored, and thoughts on the ecological curriculum and its feasibility are elaborated. Third, outcome-based education is currently the predominant curriculum practice applied in higher education. From an ecological perspective, this learning approach is insufficient. Finally, the practices used for achieving an ecological connection of curricula in higher education are discussed with particular regard to curriculum organisation, the learning process and students’ role as global citizens.
Relation: 46(13), pp.1402-1411
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/38703
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