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Global Education
1009-9670
2016 Issue 2
Japan’s Curriculum Administration at the Cross Roads: Competency-based Educational Reform
Fumio Isoda;Nagoya University and Director of Asian Satellite Campuses Institute;
..............page:3-12
The Role of National Core Competencies in 1-12 National Basic Education Curriculum Reform in Taiwan
Ching-tien Tsai;College of Education;National Chung Cheng University;
..............page:13-23
The Quality of the Hong Kong New Senior Secondary Curriculum Design as Reflected by the Implementation Problems
LAM Chi Chung;ZHANG Shuang;Department of Curriculum and Instruction;The Chinese University of Hong Kong;Department of Education;Normal College;Shenzhen University;
..............page:24-31+40
Some Theoretical Problems and Practical Meaning on Play-based Learning
LIU Yu;Hangzhou College of Preschool Teacher Education;Zhejiang Normal University;
..............page:32-40
Practical Strategies for Understanding Learning:From the Perspective of Philosophical Hermeneutics
GUO Xiaona;Chong Qing Research Academy of Education Science;
..............page:41-49+128
Analysis on the Strategies of Transformation of Learning Mode during the Construction of General High School Curriculum Base
WAN Wei;Education Science Research Institute of Jiangsu Province;
..............page:50-59
Outline of Law Education
Kanto Federation of Bar Associations;
..............page:60-73
The Development of Interdisciplinary Curriculum for Law-related Education
HUANG Xiangyang;Education Department;East China Normal University;
..............page:74-83
Curriculum Design and Implementation of Law-related Education: Experience of the U.S.
WEN Lingchen;Department of Education;East China Normal University;
..............page:84-92
An Empirical Study on the Middle School Physics Teachers’ Understandings of Scientific Model
WANG Jingying;ZHANG Yue;ZHANG Yang;Physics Department of Capital Normal University;Affiliated Middle School of Capital Normal University;University of South Australia;
..............page:93-105
Socio-economic Status Differences among the Students with the Different Levels of Science Competencies
CHI Shaohui;WANG Zuhao;CAO Binbin;Institute of Curriculum and Instruction;East China Normal University;
..............page:113-128