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2009.0427

Teaching Excellence Project Presented Outstanding Outcome

On April 27th in Conference Room A, NTNU held a conference to exhibit the current results of the Teaching Excellence Project. Principle Guo remarked that NTNU should take an innovative approach on this project and become a pioneer in Taiwan’s education reform.
2009.0424

Combining Theories and Practice to Improve Reading Teaching Quality

In order to improve the quality of Taiwanese reading classes, NTNU held a Forum on Theories and Practice for Teaching Reading. 30 papers were published, including outcomes of researches conducted by university professors and teaching examples presented by elementary and middle school teachers.
2009.0422

Forum: Reading Phenomena of Popular Science

Why are Taiwanese readers indifferent to popular science publications? NTNU Library held a forum to discuss the phenomena with NTNU professors including Hong Wan-Sheng from the Department of Mathematics, Library Director Chen Zhao-Zhen, etc.
2009.0408

Student Recruitment Starts for the Bachelor Program in Performing Art

The bachelor program in performing art, established by the Graduate Institute of Performing Art, NTNU, will start to enrol students this coming school year! The second explanatory session on the main campus of NTNU on the 8th of April had nearly a hundred students present. The session was chaired by He Kang-Guo and Xia Xue-Li from the Graduate Institute of Performing art. The program, designed based on the regulations of the Ministry of Education, will be a double-major course with 60 required and selected credits. Those who complete the program will be qualified to teach in performing-art departments.
2009.0401

Success in Teaching Excellence Project

After the amendment of Teacher Education Law in 1994, teacher education is no longer exclusive to normal universities. In order to stand out, NTNU started a Teaching Excellence Project in 1998 to train more professional teachers. A presentation was held on April 1st to show the achievements of the project. Chang Zi-Chao, the 1st keynote speaker, talked about Regional Centres of Expertise promoted by the United Nations, saying that though it was hard for Taiwan to establish a RCE, we were vigorously involved in achieving education for sustainable development. There will be another presentations on the 8th with more keynote speeches.