One Story, Differently Told: What Went Wrong in the Competence-Based Schools
This study took a look at how 20 Taiwan college students, at the age of twenty or so, have seen themselves changed by the schooling that focused on competence and competition, among many others of course. To do that, biographic interviews have been made, with questions like 1) how do you evaluate your academic performances and make future study/career plans accordingly? And 2) what do you foresee yourself after another two years, 2016 to be specific? Based on the interview results, what and how students have had in competition-filled schools (all the way from junior high and senior high) would be delineated, and some moral significances of social class proposed.