School-Based Curriculum in China

School-Based Curriculum in China

Conceptions and Practices to Unleash School Vitality

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Springer Verlag, Singapore






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Part I Conceptualizations and Contexts.- Chapter 1 K-12 Curriculum Management System in China.- 1.1 Curriculum management: Theories, traditions, and trends.- 1.2 Curriculum management in China: From the centralized to the decentralized.- 1.3 Frame of three-level curriculum management: Rights and responsibilities divided among the national, regional and school levels.- Chapter 2 Localized Development of School-based Curriculum.- 2.1 School-based curriculum as teaching subjects.- 2.2 Introduction and localization of School-based curriculum as a foreign concept.- 2.3 Role of School-based Curriculum in the National Curriculum Plan.- Chapter 3 Positioning and Significance of School-based Curriculum.- 3.1 Positioning of school-based curriculum in the Primary and Junior High School Curriculum Plan.- 3.2 Positioning of school-based curriculum in the Senior High School Curriculum Plan.- 3.3 Values and significance of school-based curriculum to students, teachers and schools.- Part II Cases and Best Practices.- Chapter 4 To Design a Course under School-based Curriculum.- 4.1 Operations and procedures.- 4.2 Case I: Course of Zhoushan Sculpture.- Chapter 5 To Plan a Cluster under School-based Curriculum.- 5.1 Operations and procedures.- 5.2 Case II: TBC.- Chapter 6 To Develop a System of School-based Curriculum in a School.- 6.1 Operations and procedures.- 6.2 Case III: Affiliated Primary School to East China Science and Technology University in Shanghai.- Coda: Challenges and Prospects of School-based Curriculum in China.
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