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제목 국내 두뇌 기반 관점의 영어교육 연구 동향
저자 정소영 & 엄철주
권 / 호 26권 / 3호
출처
논문게재일 2018. 9. 30.
초록(국문)

Jeong, So Young & Uhm, Chul Joo. (2018). Research trends on brain-based learning in English education in Korea. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 26

(3), 201-234. This paper investigates research methodologies as well as issues pertaining to the brain-based learning (BBL) of English in Korea. In order to do this, we first analyzed a total of 70 Korean publications, including 39 dissertations and 31 journals published in the field of English education since the 1990s in terms of research methods and their topics. The analysis suggests that there has been a significant change between the first period (1992~2005) and later years (2006~2017). In the case of the analysis of research methods, quantitative research, literature studies, and qualitative research were undertaken in the stated order. Most work in the first period focused on quantitative research and literary studies, whereas quantitative research as well as qualitative and mixed research methods has been conducted since 2006. On the other hand, in the case of the analysis of research topics, research on 'brain-based teaching and learning method' was overwhelmingly dominant, whereas research related to the theoretical understanding came in secondary position in the area of English education. In particular, research focusing on the balanced brain development on 'brain-based teaching and learning method' occupied only a small portion of the total before 2006, whereas a wide variety of research in the field has been conducted after 2006. Considering the above results, this study sheds new light on the current status of brain-based learning in English education and suggests educational directions for the future. More to the point, there seems to be a need for further research on current brain-based learning in English education.

Key Words: 뇌기반 교육(Brain-Based Learning), 영어 교육(English Education)



초록(영문)

Jeong, So Young & Uhm, Chul Joo. (2018). Research trends on brain-based learning in English education in Korea. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 26(3), 201-234. This paper investigates research methodologies as well as issues pertaining to the brain-based learning (BBL) of English in Korea. In order to do this, we first analyzed a total of 70 Korean publications, including 39 dissertations and 31 journals published in the field of English education since the 1990s in terms of research methods and their topics. The analysis suggests that there has been a significant change between the first period (1992~2005) and later years (2006~2017). In the case of the analysis of research methods, quantitative research, literature studies, and qualitative research were undertaken in the stated order. Most work in the first period focused on quantitative research and literary studies, whereas quantitative research as well as qualitative and mixed research methods has been conducted since 2006. On the other hand, in the case of the analysis of research topics, research on 'brain-based teaching and learning method' was overwhelmingly dominant, whereas research related to the theoretical understanding came in secondary position in the area of English education. In particular, research focusing on the balanced brain development on 'brain-based teaching and learning method' occupied only a small portion of the total before 2006, whereas a wide variety of research in the field has been conducted after 2006. Considering the above results, this study sheds new light on the current status of brain-based learning in English education and suggests educational directions for the future. More to the point, there seems to be a need for further research on current brain-based learning in English education.

Key Words: 뇌기반 교육(Brain-Based Learning), 영어 교육(English Education)

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