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2017, Vol.2, No.1

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    A Comparative Study on Curriculum Documents to Derive Components of Elementary School Teacher’s Curriculum Literacy: Focusing on the 2015 revised curriculum of Korean language, mathematics, social studies and science

    Park, YunKyoung | Kim MiHye | Dong-Won Kim and 1other persons | 2017, 2(1) | pp.1~30 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study was to derive components of curriculum literacy required for elementary school teachers through comparing national level curriculum documents. For this, this study analyzed similarities and differences between documents of the 2015 revised curriculum by comparing the 2009 revised curriculum focusing on subjects of Korean language, mathematics, social studies and science. From the results of primary analysis, in examining formats of curriculum documents focusing on the whole construction system, domain division, content system and accomplishment criterion, the degree of ‘formal consistency in curriculum documents’ of the 2015 revised curriculum was found to get increased as compared with that of the 2009 revised curriculum. In spite of similarities in document construction methods, however, it was found that a sound understanding of internal logics of curriculum pedagogy should be required in order for elementary teachers to clearly analyze internal meaning of the curriculum owing to ‘substantial inconsistency in curriculum documents.’ Thus, this study proposed that curriculum literacy required for elementary school teachers should be constructed in three dimensions such as subject general literacy, subject particular literacy and subject integrated literacy. Based on this, this study presented suggestions related with elevation and exploration for elementary school teachers’ curriculum literacy.
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    Basic Research for Educational Ground Rules of Literary-Debate Class.

    Shim, Young-Taek | 2017, 2(1) | pp.31~53 | number of Cited : 0
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    The educational ground rules is regulatory aspect of the context of classroom discourse. The purpose of this research is to establish and improve regulatory aspect of the context of literature-debate class. I want to do this work through exploring the nature of literature-debate class, exploring lesson plans and lesson executions and lesson reflection, exploring of topics and issues of literatures. Activity rules are as follows: Literature-debate class shall be to discover humanity. Lesson plan and execution and reflection shall be based on the literary works. Understanding and appreciation of literary works shall mainly discuss propositions and issues. Claims and disputes shall be in the position of the characters of the literary works. Educational context and control will help for learners to link the everyday life and literary texts, to obtain the data and debate information, to say his own understanding and appreciation of literary works, to generalize the meaning of a literary work, to reflect on literature-debate class.
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    Practical Application and Impact of Flipped Classroom In Elementary School for Social Studies

    Kim, JiHoon | 2017, 2(1) | pp.55~74 | number of Cited : 1
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    Flipped Classroom, impact, Academic achievement, Affective attitude, Personality
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    The Universal (Normative) Judgement to Discern between Right and Wrong is Possible?

    Sunwoo Hyun | 2017, 2(1) | pp.75~96 | number of Cited : 0
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    In this article, I intend to examine critically whether there is the criterion to discern between right and wrong that we come to understand mutually and reach an consensus or not, and how it can be secured if there is. Through such an examination work, I tries to argue that the universal standard to judge the right and wrong in the normative dimension completely can be secured in the source of morality, that is ‘the right.’ Especially I will reveal the fact clearly that in the case of ‘the right’, only on the basis of ‘the Habermasian right’ is possible the universal normative judgement, while being based on ‘the Kantian right’ several different moral judgements are possible depending on the certain situations and contexts.
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    A Case-study on Roles and Capabilities of Leaders in Professional Learning Communities

    Kim, JongWon | Kim Nam Gyun | 2017, 2(1) | pp.97~121 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this study was to explored the roles and competencies of leaders in professional learning communities(PLCs), that is, the characteristics of successfully conducted PLCs and experiences of leader. Participants in this study were four leaders who were working in different PLCs, two were from PLCs at elementary and middle school each and two were from the out of school PLCs in local and national wide each. In order to collect data, various materials were gathered such as artifacts, video clips, and observations & interviews from the preparation, progression and post process of the workshop. The main analysis data were artifacts and videos. We focused on analyzing the collected data repeatedly and answering questions about the role and capacity of the leader. As a result, roles of leaders in PLCs could be grouped into tasks, assistants, facilitators, and messengers. The strengths of leadership were passion, flexibility to listen and reflect on others' opinions, and attitude of dedication. The difficulty in running PLCs was the difficulty, burden, and lack of time of spontaneous driving. In order to overcome this problem, the PLCs needed to improve the system and build a cooperative and communal nature. In the case of out-of-school PLCs, we found that they were leaning on individual leader's passions. Through those successful leaders' talks and reports, we were able to find the role and capacity of leader as follows; initiative, communication, determination, vision presentation, enthusiasm, professionalism, and respect.
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    A critical review on the Inquiry competition of Preliminary teacher’s lesson

    Cho Yong Hoon | 2017, 2(1) | pp.123~141 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to criticize Korean language lesson of good class inquiry contest and to show significance of it. Prospective teachers participating in the competition share the teaching and learning skills they have learned at the school and on the field, and compete as teachers. However, a good class that breaks the frame of standardized or formalized class is possible when practicing class based on the literacy of the curriculum and reconstruction of the textbook. Particularly, because it taught the same subjects and unit, I could not help but pay attention to reconstruction of the textbooks of preliminary teachers. I tried to explore what is a good class, how it is possible, and what its educational significance is. The more open and active the teacher according to the change of the age, the more the curriculum is analyzed critically and the class is practiced. Therefore, the preliminary teachers should critically evaluate the class and improve creatively to expand the class capacity. As a result of the criticism of the class, I presented what the practicality and limitations of your class are and suggested some concrete action plans for the future class. In order to grow as a teaching expert in the future, the preliminary teachers focused on finding out what efforts should be made and how to do them. These studies will accumulate and ultimately hope to improve the quality of education and improve the educational environment and class culture.