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This document consists of the three separately-published annual issues of the Hong Kong Teachers' Association Journal of Education, "New Horizons," for the years 1992, 1993, and 1994. Issues contain articles on a variety of topics at all levels of education. Some articles are in English, some in Chinese. Topics include: compulsory education in Hong Kong and Guangzhou; implementation of 9-year compulsory education in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong; centralization versus decentralization in curriculum development: Hong Kong and Macau; decentralization of basic education in China; early childhood educator training in Hong Kong; heredity and environment: implications for teaching; contextual prerequisites for understanding: comprehension and recall; achieving Effective School status through the School Management Initiative; Education Commission Report No. 5 and organization of teachers; influence of the School Management Initiative on secondary school policy formation; administration of Chinese language teaching; Chinese writing instruction; Kodaly Method and music teaching for handicapped children; secondary school science instruction; language use patterns in higher education; class newsletters; written feedback in writing instruction; oral English instruction; curriculum design and innovation; language teacher attitudes toward dialectal usage; English second language teaching; the whole language approach to teaching; mathematics instruction; enhancing critical thinking; Orff method of music instruction; classroom interaction of preschoolers with mental retardation; physical education; instructional quality in expanding higher education; values education; schoolchild suicide; teacher associations; home-school links; teaching careers; English teacher attitudes; academic standards; oral testing; and business education. (MSE)

Descriptors: Administrative Organization, Business Administration, Business Administration Education, Career Development, Centralization, Curriculum Development, Decentralization, Distance Education, Early Childhood Education, Educational Environment, Educational Policy, Elementary Secondary Education, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Mathematics Instruction, Music Education, Native Language Instruction, Nature Nurture Controversy, Physical Education, Policy Formation, Public Policy, Recall (Psychology), School Administration, Science Instruction, Special Education, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods, Tutors, Whole Language Approach, Writing Instruction

Author: New Horizons, n33-35 1992-1994


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