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ISSN : 1225-2042(Print)
ISSN : 2288-5706(Online)
Korean Journal of Teacher Education Vol.29 No.3 pp.272-292

역량기반 교육과정 개발의 사례: 스마트교육 교원연수를 중심으로

김 현 진*, 허 희 옥**, 김 은 영***

A Case Study on Development of Competency-Based Curriculum : Focusing on Teacher Training Program for SMART Education

Hyeonjin Kim*, Heeok Heo**, Eun-young Kim***
*Korea National University of Education
**Sunchon National University, ***Korea National University of Education


The importance of teachers’ expertise has been emphasized according to educational paradigmshift and innovations in the 21st century knowledge society. Teacher training is one of themost effective methods for enhancing teachers’ professional development. For this,competency-based curriculum development has been adopted for success. However, the moreeffective methodology of competency-based curriculum development needs to be developed foreffective and flexible support for school field-based training. Accordingly, the purpose of thisstudy is to present the effective and efficient methodology of competency-based curriculumdevelopment for teacher training programs. For this, we introduced the particular teachertraining case for SMART Education which has been recently increasingly interested. We, first,determined the concept and scope of target competency, SMART Education and teachercompetency related. Next, we conducted literature review, behavioral event interview, surveyand expert review for validity of the competency model which consists of 4 areas and 9competencies. As a final step, we developed the 28 competency-based modules which is thebasic unit of training contents, like Lego block. These modules can be flexibly combined tomake various training curriculum and individual programs. Also, based on the modules wedeveloped training road map, consisting of 7 training programs. Through this approach forcompetency-based curriculum development, the benefits from both top-down and bottom-upapproaches for developing training programs can be expected.