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|Other Titles: ||The Policy and Practice of Creative Education in Taiwan|
Wu, Jing-Jyi;Fan, Hsueh-Liang
Creative education in Taiwan;White Paper on Creativity Education;creativity;education
|Issue Date: ||2014-01-17 11:10:41 (UTC+8)|
Although academic scholars and educational practitioners who study or promote creativity education have long believed that creativity can and should be enhanced through education, only in recent years have governments worldwide begun to develop policies in earnest to improve the creative economy and industrial competitiveness of nations. Each policy focuses on different aspects, which reflect the elements of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship, as well as the concepts of the 4P and 4C models of creativity. The fourth stage of Taiwanese creative education policies-the development and announcement of the White Book of Creativity Education-began in 2001. In response to the environmental challenges in Taiwanese creative education, the Ministry of Education (MOE) proposed 10 principles so that creative education could be implemented more rigorously and effectively. According to the 10 principles, 20 strategies were developed, which can be categorized into four broad dimensions. In order to implement these strategies rigorously and effectively, the MOE proposed that six action programs be initiated to actively promote creative education in our society over two stages and eight years. Because too many sub-projects were conducted under the six programs, this paper only briefly explains the practical experience of the five representative cases: Local Creative Education Programme, Intelligent Ironman Creativity Contest, Creativity Literacy, Course on the Generation and Implementation of Creative Ideas, and Creative Schools. In 2010, Taiwanese creative education will enter a new stage, which will aim to implement imaginative education about the future. This project will coordinate with the development of the infrastructure of creative and culture industries in Taiwan.
|Relation: ||創造學刊, 2(1), 5-28|
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[教育學系] 期刊論文|
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