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Constructing the Curriculum Implications of the "Caring" of Marine Education at Elementary School
marine educationcaring;consciousness;elementary education
|Issue Date: ||2016-11-04T08:29:13Z
Abstract:This research, by literature study, discussions among practitioners, expert consulting, written enquiry, and applying to teaching, aims to construct the marine caring connotations for elementary education. The core concepts and observed dimensions of marine caring were found to be as in the following. Firstly, the 'Understanding' includes awakening basic awareness of the ocean environment, getting to know the interdependence between humans and the oceans, and figuring out the global ecological crises of the oceans. Secondly, the 'Empathy' includes setting a reasonable range for marine resources use, enabling students to express their respect for marine ecology and to describe the life styles of local residents in coastal areas. Thirdly, the 'Sympathy' involves articulating inner feelings after listening to ocean-related stories or events. Fourthly, the 'Commitment' means to express one's will to safeguard the ocean. Fifthly, the 'Service' includes stating one's will to give up one's own interests for the sake of a better environment and to protect the ocean in his life. Sixthly, the 'Cherishing' is being willing to participate in keeping clean the rivers or marine environment.
|Relation: ||35, pp.31-63|
|Appears in Collections:||[教育研究所] 期刊論文|
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