Conference on Child Development and Family Studies Held online by NTNUThe Conference on Child Development and Family Studies, CDFS, is mainly about the society, education, communication, psychology, and cognitive neuroscience, focusing on child development, children's education, family life, family education. It serves as a platform for researchers and practitioners in the above fields to exchange ideas with each other. The first seminar was held at National Taiwan Normal University as physical conference in 2020.
The International Society of Sport Psychology 15th World Congress at NTNUThe International Society of Sport Psychology 15th World Congress, organized by Society of Sport and Exercise Psychology and assisted by National Taiwan Normal University, was held in Taipei from September 30 to October 4. Licensed by International Society of Sport Psychology, it is the largest, most engaged professional psychology congress in the world. More than 600 experts from 57 nations attended the congress online and this is beneficial in elevating the academic reputation of Taiwan and our development of Exercise Psychology and behavior studies.
Fruitful Discussion at the 25th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in EducationThe 25th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education (GCCCE 2021) organized by The Education University of Hong Kong, Beijing Normal University, Taiwan Normal University and National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University in blended mode on 11 - 15 September 2021.
NTNU Shares Development of Bilingual Education in 2021 Taiwan-Philippines University Presidents’ Virtual ForumThe 2021 Taiwan-Philippines University Presidents’ Virtual Forum was held on August 24th by Taiwan Education Center Philippines and Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges under the theme of Language Education and International Linkage Under Covid-19. Executive Vice President Frank Yung-Hsiang Ying attended the forum representing NTNU, to understand the latest development of higher education in the Philippines and gave a talk about the Building Bilingual Environment in NTNU. About 70 representatives from 64 higher education institutes from Taiwan and 119 representatives from 107 higher education institutes attended the forum, making it the biggest online forum of Taiwan-Philippines higher education.