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Comparative study of educational system and national science curriculum between Mongolia and South Korea

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  • Cha,Heeyoung
  • European Sceinece Education Research Association


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Title Comparative study of educational system and national science curriculum between Mongolia and South Korea
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Cha,Heeyoung

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Dublin, Ireland : European Sceinece Education Research Association

Date 2017
Pages 3
Subject Country Mongolia(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Education
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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to compare and analyze the education system and national science curriculum between Mongolia and South Korea. The differences of goals and contents of national science curriculum between Mongolia and South Korea were analyzed. Bloom`s (2002) and 'Yager`s(2000) frameworks were used for analyzing the goals of science curriculum. TIMSS(Third International Mathematics and Science Study) 2015 framework was used for the contents analysis. As one result of the study, Mongolian students had leaned 12 years(5-4-3, 5 years of elementary schools, 4 years of middle schools, 3 years of high schools), whereas South Korea 6-3-3. Mongolia government has extended the general education system to a 12 years system with the common practice of general secondary education in the world since 2008. Now, Mongolia is renewed in educational goals and curriculum contents. South Korea has been ten times revised curriculum since 1945. Therefore, the results of South Korean curriculum analysis will be an important data to help the development of Mongolian education system and national curriculum. It is expected that this comparative study for the goals and contents of national curriculum of both countries is nessesary to improve Mongolian education system and national curriculum