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The Resource Shadow Education and the Curriculum and Culture of Schooling in South Korea, (electronic resource)

Shadow Education and the Curriculum and Culture of Schooling in South Korea, (electronic resource)

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Shadow Education and the Curriculum and Culture of Schooling in South Korea
Title
Shadow Education and the Curriculum and Culture of Schooling in South Korea
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Kim, Young Chun
Dewey number
370
Index
no index present
LC call number
L1-991
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Curriculum Studies Worldwide
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Tutors and tutoring--Korea (South)
Label
Shadow Education and the Curriculum and Culture of Schooling in South Korea, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Inducing Students to Study
Contents
  • Preface; References; Prologue: Mornings Unlike Those in the USA; 7 a.m.; 3 p.m.; 3.30 p.m.; 9 p.m.; 11 p.m.; Acknowledgments; Contents; Author Biography; List of Figures ; List of Tables; Chapter 1: PISA, Korean Students' World-class Achievements and Dark Side of Korean Schooling; Hakwon Education in the Korean Context; The Beginning of Hakwon Education: Discontent with Public Schooling; Domains of Inquiry in Regard to Hakwon Education; Theorizing about Hakwon Education as a Postcolonial Endeavor; References; Chapter 2: History of Shadow Education in Korea; The Beginnings of Hakwons
  • From Independence to the Early 1950sIncrease in School-Age Population and Fierce Admission Competition (Mid 1960s-1970s); Prohibition of Private Tutoring and the Survival of Hakwon Education: The 1980s; Relaxation of the Abolition of Hakwon Education and Its Effect on the Development of Hakwon Education: The 1990s and 2000s; Development and Evolution of Hakwon Education to Various Types: The 2000s; References; Chapter 3: Types of Hakwon Education; English Language Hakwons; Mathematics Hakwons; Logical Writing Hakwons; Comprehensive Hakwons; Special Purpose High School (SPHS) Hakwons
  • Hakwons for Gifted StudentsInternet-Based Hakwons; Boarding Hakwons; References; Chapter 4: Elementary School Years; In 1968; General Schedule of Korean Elementary School Students after School; Types of Private Education of Korean Elementary School Students; Hakwon Education; Private Tutoring; After-School Classes; Elementary Students' Experiences at Hakwons (Chronological Analysis); Features of Hakwon Education in the First and Second Grade; Arts, Music, and Physical Education Hakwon; Korean Language Hakwons; Features of Hakwon Education for Third and Fourth Graders; English Language Hakwons
  • Math HakwonsFeatures of Hakwon Education of Fifth and Sixth Graders; Preparatory Hakwons; Summary; References; Chapter 5: Middle School Years; Story of 1975; The Daily Life of Yejin, a Second Grade Middle School Student; Types of Middle School Hakwons; Comprehensive Hakwons: Raising Self-Directed Study Ability through Study Coaching; The English Language Hakwon: Increasing English Competency through Language Training; The Math Hakwon: Having Students Master Math Principles by Repeated Practice
  • Hakwon for Gifted Students: Satisfying Advanced Students by Providing Subdivided Differentiated Curricula and In-depth Study by Topics Basic and Intermediate Course; Advanced and High-level Course; Master and Top Class Course; Lights and Shade; Chapter 6: High School Years; In 1978; Life in High School; Freshman Year; Sophomore Year; Senior Year; Characteristics of Life at Hakwons; An Efficient Preparation for Exams, with Emphasis on Math and English; Building Tenacity; Guidance for College Admission; General Guidance; Essay Writing; Overcoming Temporal and Special Challenges
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (235 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137513236
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • SPR961064354
  • ocn961064354
Label
Shadow Education and the Curriculum and Culture of Schooling in South Korea, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Inducing Students to Study
Contents
  • Preface; References; Prologue: Mornings Unlike Those in the USA; 7 a.m.; 3 p.m.; 3.30 p.m.; 9 p.m.; 11 p.m.; Acknowledgments; Contents; Author Biography; List of Figures ; List of Tables; Chapter 1: PISA, Korean Students' World-class Achievements and Dark Side of Korean Schooling; Hakwon Education in the Korean Context; The Beginning of Hakwon Education: Discontent with Public Schooling; Domains of Inquiry in Regard to Hakwon Education; Theorizing about Hakwon Education as a Postcolonial Endeavor; References; Chapter 2: History of Shadow Education in Korea; The Beginnings of Hakwons
  • From Independence to the Early 1950sIncrease in School-Age Population and Fierce Admission Competition (Mid 1960s-1970s); Prohibition of Private Tutoring and the Survival of Hakwon Education: The 1980s; Relaxation of the Abolition of Hakwon Education and Its Effect on the Development of Hakwon Education: The 1990s and 2000s; Development and Evolution of Hakwon Education to Various Types: The 2000s; References; Chapter 3: Types of Hakwon Education; English Language Hakwons; Mathematics Hakwons; Logical Writing Hakwons; Comprehensive Hakwons; Special Purpose High School (SPHS) Hakwons
  • Hakwons for Gifted StudentsInternet-Based Hakwons; Boarding Hakwons; References; Chapter 4: Elementary School Years; In 1968; General Schedule of Korean Elementary School Students after School; Types of Private Education of Korean Elementary School Students; Hakwon Education; Private Tutoring; After-School Classes; Elementary Students' Experiences at Hakwons (Chronological Analysis); Features of Hakwon Education in the First and Second Grade; Arts, Music, and Physical Education Hakwon; Korean Language Hakwons; Features of Hakwon Education for Third and Fourth Graders; English Language Hakwons
  • Math HakwonsFeatures of Hakwon Education of Fifth and Sixth Graders; Preparatory Hakwons; Summary; References; Chapter 5: Middle School Years; Story of 1975; The Daily Life of Yejin, a Second Grade Middle School Student; Types of Middle School Hakwons; Comprehensive Hakwons: Raising Self-Directed Study Ability through Study Coaching; The English Language Hakwon: Increasing English Competency through Language Training; The Math Hakwon: Having Students Master Math Principles by Repeated Practice
  • Hakwon for Gifted Students: Satisfying Advanced Students by Providing Subdivided Differentiated Curricula and In-depth Study by Topics Basic and Intermediate Course; Advanced and High-level Course; Master and Top Class Course; Lights and Shade; Chapter 6: High School Years; In 1978; Life in High School; Freshman Year; Sophomore Year; Senior Year; Characteristics of Life at Hakwons; An Efficient Preparation for Exams, with Emphasis on Math and English; Building Tenacity; Guidance for College Admission; General Guidance; Essay Writing; Overcoming Temporal and Special Challenges
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (235 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137513236
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • SPR961064354
  • ocn961064354

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