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Korean curriculum reforms and the progressivism

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  • Korean curriculum reforms and the progressivism
  • Chang, Bok-Myung; Lee, Jaekeun
  • Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics


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Title Korean curriculum reforms and the progressivism
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Chang, Bok-Myung; Lee, Jaekeun

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[Tokyo, Japan]:Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics

Date 2001
Pages 12
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics

Abstract

This study pursues to survey three educational value systems, especially the progressivism in foreign language curriculums and Korean curriculum reforms so that this study can suggest some clear evidence for the progressive traits of Korean curriculum reforms. The main purposes of this research are like these: Purpose 1 : to study educational value systems -Classical Humanism, Reconstructionism, Progressivism – on the basis of educational philosophy and curriculum designs Purpose 2 : to survey the progressivism of the foreign language curriculum Purpose 3 : to study the history of Korean curriculum reforms especially the 6th and 7th national curriculum reforms, and find out the progressive characteristics of curriculum reforms in Korea The present study surveyed theoretical basis of educational value systems- Classical Humanism, Reconstructionalism, Progressivism-and analyzed the governmental documents of the 6th and 7th national curriculums of Korea. (The rest omitted)