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《Educational Research》 2005-08
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Deconstruction of Disciplinary System and Reconstruction of Action System

Jiang Dayuan, senior researcher and Director Assistant of the Research Institute of the Vocational and Technical Education, Ministry of Education of China, and professor and Dean of the College of Vocational Education, Tongji University (Beijing 100816)  
The market-oriented curriculum contents of vocational education should be mainly obtained from the application of the practical experience and strategies, with the understanding of appropriate concepts and principles as supplementation. As a knowledge sequence, the most important orientation of the sequence of curriculum contents is to help students accept the sequence easily. Therefore, pedagogic consideration of the sequence of curriculum emphasizes the building process of students' knowledge and the working process should be adopted as reference frame in the integration of declarative knowledge and procedural knowledge. Furthermore, the duplication and repetition of the explicit theoretical knowledge based on the static disciplinary system should no longer be emphasized in curriculum, and the formation and construction of the tacit practical knowledge in the dynamic action system should deserve due attention. As a matter of fact, the development of the "working-process-oriented curriculum" is a reconstruction process of the tacit action system along with the deconstruction of disciplinary system.
【CateGory Index】: G712
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