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Training Teachers for Bilingual Education for IB Schools Worldwide

Recently, education has been affected greatly by the trend of globalization. "Bilingual education" has also become an important issue in Taiwan’s education. From Taiwan to abroad, the demand for international teachers is growing. As a leader in the cultivation of teachers in Taiwan, NTNU spares no effort in cultivating educational talents. With a rigorous teacher training system that has been practiced for years, combined with the spirit of International Baccalaureate (IB), we expect to nurture excellent bilingual teachers to bring the education in Taiwan towards a new direction. NTNU was authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization in January 2018 as the first IB school for teacher's education in Taiwan. Now we have two different types, one is International Education and the other is International Chinese as a Second Language.

NTNU Renews MOU with UNT

On November 27th, Kinshuk, Dean of the College of Information, University of North Texas, visited National Taiwan Normal University, and met with the President Wu Cheng Chih and Executive Vice President Sung Yao Ting The two parties signed the MOU renewal and extended the friendship as sister schools that last for more than 10 years.

Prof. Tadashi Tokieda from Stanford Charms you with Math Tricks

Prof. Tadashi Tokieda gave NTNU students an unforgettable talk with his "Two Magic Tricks". He speaks nine languages, grew up as a painter and pursued mathematics research later in life.

Prof. Kao Wen Chung conferred honorable IEEE Fellowship

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has announced its list of IEEE Fellow of 2019 on November 23rd. Prof. Kao Wen Chung from the Department of Electrical Engineering

NTNU Delegation Goes to Penn State for Benchmarking Visit

The College of Education’s partnership with National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), which began in 2013, continues to grow. Part of the partnership includes benchmarking visits to each other’s institutions, and a delegation from NTNU arrived on the University Park campus for a visit on Nov. 29.