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A Study on the Measures for Managing the Quality of Curriculum of Early Childhood Education Department in College with the Application of CIPP Model Based on PDCA (PDCA기반 CIPP 모형을 적용한 전문대학 유아교육과 교육과정 질 관리 방안 연구)

  • Kim, Ok-Ju
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.215-226
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    • 2019
  • The objective of this study is to draw implications and also to design an evaluation model suitable for vocational education in college based on the literary consideration of the quality management of curriculum and the case analysis on the quality management of curriculum of early childhood education department in college, and then to seek for the measures for the systematic quality management of curriculum of early childhood education department applying the evaluation model. To the core of this study, as the evaluation measures for systematically approaching the quality management of curriculum in the aspect of department, this study presented a curriculum quality management model for early childhood education department of college which was mixed with CIPP model as a program evaluation model that has been a lot used for the evaluation of domestic/foreign curriculums in the evaluation(C) stage of PDCA with the use of PDCA procedure as a school administrative process, and then suggested the roles and quality culture of members. The results of this study could be used as the basic data for the quality management of curriculum of early childhood education department in college, desired by diverse institutions and projects for the institutional support in the future.

An evaluation on the quality of mathematics instruction for 8th grade based on the instructional quality profile (교수 질 프로필(IQP)에 기반한 중학교 2학년 수학과 교수의 질 분석)

  • Lee, Bongju;Han, Inki;Suh, Boeuk
    • East Asian mathematical journal
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    • v.34 no.2
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    • pp.103-125
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    • 2018
  • This study was conducted as a part of the project to evaluate the quality of mathematics instruction in the national curriculum system. The purpose of this study is to measure the consistency between teaching goals of mathematics curriculum, contents presentation of textbooks, and testing including adequacy of each element in mathematics instruction for 8th grade. To do this, we used MIQP (instructional quality profile for Mathematics) developed basing on the instructional quality profile (IQP) in the previous research of the project. First, the quality of textbooks' content presentation for 8th grade was found that the desirable levels in number and operation area and geometric area was relatively less compared to other areas, but it was generally good. Second, it was found that the quality of mathematics testing for 8th grade was good in terms of consistency with the curriculum's teaching goals, consistency with the content presentation of textbooks, and adequacy of testing. However, regional differences in the quality of testing showed that there were some deficiencies in regions outside the metropolitan.

A Study on Quality Dimension and Improvement Priority for Enhancing University Educational Service Satisfaction (대학 교육서비스 만족도 향상을 위한 품질차원 및 개선우선순위 도출)

  • Chang, Youngsoon;Jung, Dajung;Kim, Donyun
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Quality Management
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    • v.45 no.1
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    • pp.11-24
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    • 2017
  • Purpose: This study is on the priority for improving students satisfaction in university educational service. It explores the dimension of service quality and analyzes the relationship among quality elements, service satisfaction, and loyalty. Methods: This paper performs empirical studies by questionnaire survey. The Timko model is used for finding the degree of possible improvement of quality elements, and structural equation and regression models are used to analyze the effect of them on service satisfaction and loyalty. Also, explanatory factor analysis is used to investigate the quality determinants. Results: The quality dimension is composed of curriculum, employment support, interaction with outsiders, start-up support, learning support, counselling, and administration service. Curriculum, learning support, and administration service are positively correlated with service satisfaction, and service satisfaction has a positive effect on loyalty. Counselling service is an attractive element, and curriculum, start-up support, and learning support are indifferent elements. Conclusion: Comprehensive analysis shows that curriculum, academic advisor, and administration service have high priorities for improving educational service satisfaction.

A analysis of the elementary school and the middle school mathematics education as a curriculum quality-management (교육과정 질 관리를 위한 초·중학교 수학교육 실태 분석)

  • Kim, Sun Hee;Lee, Seung-mi
    • Communications of Mathematical Education
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    • v.31 no.2
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    • pp.167-185
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the actual states of the elementary school and the middle school mathematics education as a curriculum quality-management. To this end, this study surveyed the input, process and output phase in the school curriculum to the teachers, students and parents. The results are like these: First, the achievement standards contents in the elementary school and the middle schools are relevant in the input phase. Second, the teachers in the elementary school have more concern on the teaching & learning methods than those in the middle school in the process phase. Third, students and parents' satisfaction on the cognitive and affective domain in the elementary school is higher than that in the middle school in the output phase. This study suggests that these result has to be affected to make ways to apply the new curriculum, and the curriculum revision system has to be established to revise the curriculum as an important method of quality management.

Middle School Environmental Education of the 7th National Curriculum and Application to Teen-agers Practice of Environmental Education (제7차 중학교 ‘환경’ 교육과정과 청소년 환경교육)

  • 이민부;박승규
    • Hwankyungkyoyuk
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.14-25
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    • 1998
  • The Quality of human living depends on the environmental quality of the region sustaining the life. The environmental deterioration of the modern society is due to mechanical environmentalism. For the better quality of the life, The changes of recognition and attitude on the environments are required. These changes of mind are also important in environmental education for teenagers. The 7th national curriculum, officially anounced December 1998, focuses on the change of attitude to environments and practical behavior in real life for “Environments”, the environmental education curriculum in middle school. Basic elements of the curriculum are cultivation of the pro-environmental thinking, multi-levelling of teaching materials and methods, and encouraging of student participating activity. Actually, the curriculum construction is composed of stepped-levelling of teaching and learning, reasonable contents volume, encouraging of student practice, and suggesting of evaluation standards of textbook writing. Three main subjects of environmental education for middle school consist of (1) man and environment, (2) recognition of environmental problem, and (3) protection activity for environment. Methodology of environmental education can include multi-disciplinary approaches, variable teaching methods, and continuing evaluation of student practice and participation attitude. Environmental education for teenagers relating to the 7th national curriculum focuses on recognition of the environmental problems and practice activity in daily life. The recognition includes considering relationship of human life to environment, solving environmental problems in regional context, and development of comprehensive understanding concept of the environments. For the practice education, variable teaching methods, such as field survey and application of multi-media, are needed.

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A Study of Standard Curriculum for Software Process and Quality (SW프로세스 및 품질 표준커리큘럼에 관한 연구)

  • Yeom, Hee-Gyun;Hwang, Sun-Myung
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.317-321
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    • 2012
  • There are SW engineering absence that cause the SW quality and Productivity Increase problems during software development project. Are exist necessity awareness of SW engineering growth and professional SW engineering manpower education. This paper define the SW Engineering standard Curriculum that establishment continuous growth and suggest guide manpower practical use guide. When performing the projects, we can suggest for SW Engineering professionals acquisition and standard to solve them by using Standard Curriculum for Software Engineering, which can strengthen manpower capacity the organization SW Engineering. This research provides solution of SW Process Curriculum about SW Development Process and SW Quality.

An Improvement Method of Engineering Education Quality using Kano's Dualistic Quality Model and Timko's Satisfaction Coefficient (Kano의 이원적 품질모형과 Timko의 만족계수를 활용한 공학교육의 질 향상 방안 탐색)

  • Hur, Young-Ju;Ye, Cheol-Hae
    • Journal of Engineering Education Research
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    • v.21 no.3
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    • pp.31-37
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to develop a method to improve the quality of engineering education by using Kano's dualistic quality model and Timko's customer satisfaction coefficient. The results of the study are as follows. Firstly, the top priority for major education is improve 'smooth support of class medium' as an attractive and one-dimensional quality element, and 'use of various examples' and 'specialty improvement of major curriculum' as an one-dimensional quality element. Secondly, the top priority for general education is improve 'liberal education curriculum' as an attractive quality element 'use of various examples' as an one-dimensional quality element. Thirdly, the top priority for extra-curriculum is develop and provide 'study support program of student' and 'voluntary service'. Fourthly, the top priority for administrative service and facilities is improve 'increase of scholarship' and expand 'service of welfare facilities as dormitory and refectory' as an one-dimensional quality element.

An Outcome-Based Approach in Medical Curriculum Development (성과중심교육과정 개발절차에 대한 고찰)

  • Ahn, Jae Hee;Yang, Eunbae B.
    • Korean Medical Education Review
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    • v.15 no.1
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    • pp.9-18
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    • 2013
  • An outcome-based curriculum is perceived to be one alternative educational approach in medical education. Nonetheless, it is difficult for curriculum developers to convert from traditional curriculum to an outcome-based curriculum because research documenting its development process is rare. Therefore, this study aims to introduce the development process and method of outcome-based curriculum. For the purpose of this study, we used diverse data analyses, such as an existing literature search, development model analysis, and case analysis. We identified five phases from the analysis. First, the curriculum developers analyze the physician's job or a high performer in a medical situation. Second, curriculum developers extract outcomes and competencies through developing a curriculum, affinity diagraming, and critical incident interviews. Third, curriculum developers determine the proficiency levels of each outcome and competency evaluation methods. Fourth, curriculum developers conduct curriculum mapping with outcomes and competencies. Fifth, curriculum developers develop an educational system. Also, it is important to develop an assessment system for the curriculum implementation in the process of developing the outcome-based curriculum. An outcome-based curriculum influences all the people concerned with education in a medical school including the professors, students, and administrative staff members. Therefore, curriculum developers should consider not only performance assessment tools for the students but also assessment indicators for checking curriculum implementation and managing curriculum quality.

A Study of Curriculum on Vocational High School under Analysis e-Business Demand Education (e-Business Demand Education 분석에 따른 전문계고 Curriculum 연구)

  • An, Jae-Min;Park, Dea-Woo
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.14 no.8
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    • pp.73-80
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    • 2009
  • It is difficult that expertise human supply and demand for industry requires by imbalance of industry necessity human and profession organs of education's Skill Mismatch. Industry can prove productivity though reeducate school graduation person in spot and master correct technology in industry special quality. This paper is research that accommodate Demand Education that industry requires and make out full text caution Curriculum Specializing Vocational High School in e-Business field. Analysis e-Business industrial classification and occupational classification. Analysis knowledge and technological level that require in industry about e-Business education and investigate and analyze the demand. Base industry, Support industry, Apply e-Business Curriculum that is examined by practical use industry to learning, Do to estimate satisfaction about Demand Education Curriculum of industry and confirm Success special quality with research and investigation and application wave. Suggested for e-Business Curriculum's basis model in this paper and school subject Curriculum. Wish to contribute in nation development through productivity elevation through e-Business education of industry request.

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Comparative Analysis on the STS Contents of the 6th and 7th primary Science Curriculum (제6차 및 제7차 초등학교 과학과 교육과정에서의 STS 내용 비교)

  • Kwon, Chi-Soon
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Earth Science Education
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.9-17
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    • 2010
  • This study was carried out to examine the tendency about the relative importance of STS education of the 6th and 7th primary science curriculum. The results of the research are as follows. Primary science textbooks in the 6th curriculum, average 13.3% of the total pages was assigned to STS contents but it is increased to 24.2% in the science textbooks of the 7th curriculum. STS constituents of the 6th primary science textbooks come out orderly applications of scientific knowledge(47.1%), relevance of a community(40%), social problems and issues(11.8%). Of the 7th science textbooks, the contents about applications of scientific knowledge amount to 67.1% of the total STS constituent and relevance of a community(32.2%) rank behind it. The contents of other components are not enough. The 6th science textbooks contents about the effect of technological development amount to 35.3% of the total STS subject area, and environmental quality(20.0%), natural resource(15.2%), energy(11.8%), sociology of science(11.8%) ranks behind it. In the 7th science textbooks ranking is the effect of technological development(42.3%), natural resource(17.3%), energy(12.5%), sociology of science(12.5%), environmental quality(20.0%). There are few contents about population, human engineering and space research and national defense in the science textbooks.

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