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Lee, Wen-Fu

  Wen-Fu Lee is a PhD graduate from the Graduate Institute of Education of National Chung Cheng University. Lee originally majored in educational history and philosophy, and later switched to studying the field of curriculum and teaching. Wen-Fu Lee has been employed as an elementary school teacher, and an adjunct lecturer, assistant professor, or associate professor in various universities such as Soochow University, Tamkang University, National Dong Hwa University, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taipei Municipal University of Education, National Taiwan Normal University, and Fu Jen Catholic University. Lee’s primary field of teaching is educational philosophy.

  In 2008, Lee was employed by the National Academy for Educational Research as a postdoctoral research fellow and then as an assistant research fellow and associate research fellow (April 2015–present). Lee’s research expertise is in the revision of curriculum guidelines for the 12-year basic education program, school-based curriculum development, and curriculum implementation, change, and reform for general high school education. Lee’s other research interests include educational philosophy, educational sociology, and university education.

Research Field
  • Curriculum Development
  • Curriculum Implementation
  • High School Education
  • Ph.D., Philosophy in Education, National Chung Cheng University
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