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최근 프랑스 지리 교육과정 개정 동향과 지리과 핵심역량

Abstract : The DeSeCo project has exerted immediate effects on the European Union and France since it began to be implemented by OECD in 1997. The French Ministry of Education promulgated the Enforcement Decree of the Common Course concerning Knowledge and Competence in July 2006. Now the country asks students to acquire Competencies and Knowledges for the Common Course by stages from the elementary level until they complete compulsory education. These seven types of competence and knowledge are evaluated at second, fifth, and tenth grades. The acquisition of competence has been required for middle school graduation since 2011. It is considered that geography education in France has entered the post-disciplinary era. In other words, the contents of geography education are no longer confined to the area of geography but go beyond the boundaries of the subject area, taking interest in competence development, so that students can live a successful life and make sustainable development. While geography education in France has long dealt with factual and conceptual curricula, it pursues competence-based education to cope actively with the changing society through geographical reasoning, the critical mind, and a sense of responsibility for territory management at this time of competence.
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Jean-François Themines, Saangkyun Yi. 최근 프랑스 지리 교육과정 개정 동향과 지리과 핵심역량. 한국지리환경교육학회지 Journal of Geografic and Environnemental Education, 2014, 22 (1), pp.45-56. ⟨halshs-02958394⟩



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