Viewing Care of Life from the Perspective of Care Ethics A Reflection of Life Care through a Horticulture Instructor
|Authors:||游桂蘭||Keywords:||志願服務者;生命教育;關懷倫理;生命關懷;Volunteers;life education;caring ethics;life care||Issue Date:||Mar-2022||Abstract:||本研究旨在探討教學場域中，因為「生命關懷」所面臨的情境與互動，而引起的現象，目的是要讓「關懷」在香草老師（關懷者）與孩子們（被關懷者）之間發揮作用，促使香草老師成為孩子們生命中的「陪伴」和「引導」者。
This research aims to explore the phenomena that takes place between people in the educational field, caused by the situations and interactions of life care. The purpose is for care to play a role between the caretaker/Herbalism Class teacher and the cared for/child, allowing the Herbalism Class teacher to become a “companion” and “guide” in the child’s life. Initially for the research, “Introducing Herbalism Class to Schools” started simply with the desire to volunteer in meaningful work and to complete the mission of “life education”. The form and function of the volunteer work began to change as more time was spent with the children. Along with the researcher’s studies of life care at Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, there was a different awareness and perception of the role of a Herbalism Class teacher, which exceeded all expectations. This led the researcher to examine the function, value and influence of a Herbalism Class teacher through the perspective of life care. The role of a Herbalism Class teacher can be confirmed through real teaching experience in the education field, further building and validating this replicable path, where “caring for life with life, touching life with life” is not just a slogan, but a mantra for life care, enabling the cared for/child to also express care, and providing reference for future Herbalism Class teachers. This research is neither a case study, action study or program evaluation, as it was an unplanned topic of research, with basis in experiences of the searcher and encounters with others. It was conducted through personal, interpersonal and documented experience from seven semesters of on-site teaching experience as a Herbalism class teacher. Therefore, combining personal experience with literature review, explored through the perspective of life care, as the research method to understand the effects of the relationship between the carer and the cared for/child.
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