"In the past, when we used Chinese-based textbooks, parents would worry that their children would lose and be uncompetitive. As a result, those who could read would go to the city..." said Chen Qinglin, director of Dimo'er Elementary School. Bringing back the dominance is not about rejecting mainstream culture , the focus is on how to let school children inherit the spirit and culture of the Paiwan people to respect life and cherish resources, and at the same time connect knowledge. In the second year of using Paiwan-based textbooks,
Dimoer Elementary School, together with the popular database Pingtung County Aboriginal Curriculum Development Center and the National Chengchi University Indigenous Studies Center , who built the textbooks, closely observed, fine-tuned, and revised, and finally designed a design that included basic teaching materials. The self-taught teaching materials of subject knowledge allow children not only their own culture, but also their subject ability. Real photos are used in the digital teaching materials of Dimoer Elementary School Photo Credit:
Dimoer Elementary School Heart education, self-sufficiency: the opportunity for parent-child co-learning opened by action education The story of the old man sifting millet and the hunter was only told by Vuvu before, but if you turn it into words, it will never disappear again. They used to pioneer the land of Taiwan, but their identity gradually faded away, and the environment, education and language were gradually diluted by the mainstream wave. However, if you don't understand your own language, how can you keep the stories told by the elderly?