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From private company to government, Corporation Social Responsibility, CSR,
becomes tendency in all over the world. In Taiwan, the functions of school are no longer knowledge-conveyed but social obligations to hometown and cultural succession of communities. The tourism industry in Miaoli County is increasingly popular because of government policy; however, the humanities, history and local customs have been ignored. Hence, the function of school becomes an issue. If students could be trained community tour guides by school and devoted themselves to cultural depth tourism guidance, the quality of travel and learning performance of students would be improved.
The aim of this study is to integrate IT with teaching, which through the digital learning environment of the free software Moddle system establish and develop the local curriculum. The purpose is the conjunction of the environmental education and career planning using the problem-based learning in order to facilitate teaching outcomes.
As a result, students could build the consciousness to local communities and the ability to solve problems to foster the identity and responsibility of hometown. Fifty-eight students from Miaoli County Sanyi Junior High school contributed data, which were analyzed using a Quasi-experimental methodology to the unequal groups in number, experimental for 28 and comparison for 30. The fore was practiced with local curriculum by problem-based learning and post-teaching survey, the later was carried out by traditional teaching. Besides, two groups were investigated before and after implementing the local learning achievement and local attitude.
The author found that:
1. The students learning performance of Local curriculum by problem-based learning is better than the ones of traditional teaching.
2. The students local attitude of Local curriculum by problem-based learning is better than the ones of traditional teaching.
3. The learning performance and local attitude of mid-level students is significant difference.
4. The effect of the attitude to problem-based learning from experimental group is supported.