Identifying energy literacy for the upper-secondary students in Taiwan

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Abstract

In order to have a set of energy literacy to become the basis for further curriculum development, instructional design and so forth in a energy literacy education project conducted in Taiwan and led by the author, nominal group technique (NGT) was employed to identify energy literacy for the upper-secondary students. As a result, an energy literacy list was successfully identified and the following three conclusions are drawn: (1) The literacy regarding energy conservation is more important than the literacy related to new energy development for upper-secondary students; (2) The literacy identified may serve as a performance guide to design curriculum, instruction and assessment; and (3) Further verification should be conducted to justify the literacy identified.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRecent Researches in Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation - International Conference on Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, ICEEEI'11
Pages134-137
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2011 Dec 6
EventInternational Conference on Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, ICEEEI'11 - Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain
Duration: 2011 May 272011 May 29

Publication series

NameRecent Researches in Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation - International Conference on Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, ICEEEI'11

Other

OtherInternational Conference on Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, ICEEEI'11
CountrySpain
CityLanzarote, Canary Islands
Period11/5/2711/5/29

Keywords

  • Competency identification
  • Energy technology
  • Nominal group technique
  • Taiwan
  • Technological literacy
  • Upper-secondary education

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Management of Technology and Innovation
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Environmental Engineering

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    Lee, L-S. (2011). Identifying energy literacy for the upper-secondary students in Taiwan. In Recent Researches in Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation - International Conference on Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, ICEEEI'11 (pp. 134-137). (Recent Researches in Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation - International Conference on Energy, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, ICEEEI'11).