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Bilingual Teachers’ Training at NTNU Given by CLIL Professionals

In order to elevate the overall English proficiency of Taiwanese, the government launched the Blueprint for Developing Taiwan into a Bilingual Nation by 2030 in 2018 and set 2019 as the first year of bilingual Taiwan. To accelerate the progress of teachers becoming bilingual teachers, National Taiwan Normal University has conducted a series of bilingual teacher tutoring and training workshops this year. The workshop “Bilingual Education: Workshop to Enhance Students’ Emergent Bilingual Status” was held recently. This workshop is about Content and Language Integrated Learning.

2019 Southeast Asia Education Dean’s Forum at NTNU

In order to assist the development of domestic universities and colleges to develop academic exchanges and cooperation, cultivate talents and develop regional development with academically influential educational and research institutions in Southeast Asian countries, the College of Education of National Taiwan Normal University held the Regional Alliance Project of New Southbound Policy: Education and Humanities under the Ministry of Education. In March 2018, the first Southeast Asia Education Dean’s Forum was held, inviting scholars from the top universities in Southeast Asia and domestic well-known universities to gather for the first time. In March 2019, the second Forum was held and the scope expended. Scholars were invited to give keynote speeches, and the discussion was focused on how to prepare for the competitiveness of the 21st century.

Experts from Asia Pacific Discussed about Inquiry Teaching and Learning in NTNU

With the adapting of the 2019 curriculum, the working group of promoting curriculum in regular high school and the Center for Educational Research the International co-organize the Symposium on Inquiry Teaching and Learning in High Schools: Approaches and Strategies. It was held at NTNU on October 25t and 26th. Experts coming from Australia, Thailand and Hong Kong came to share their experience and hope to come up with a solution that suits the teaching practice in Taiwan.

Taiwan-US Sports Science Forum held in NTNU

The Sports Academic Research Workshop and the Taiwan-US Sports Science Forum was held on October 19th. Professors and distinguished scholars from Taiwan and the United States gathered at the Gold Medal Lecture Hall to discuss sports. NTNU serves as the host, under the guidance of the Ministry of Science and Technology, invited five guests from National Academy of Kinesiology, including Chair Professor Hung Tsung Min from the Department of Physical Education.

Scholars Gather at International Learning Sciences Forum in NTNU

The International Learning Sciences Forum "International Trends for AI and Big Data in Learning Sciences” held by Institute for Research Excellence in Learning Science NTNU took place from July 11th to 13th. Renown scholars are invited to explore the latest research findings and future trends in artificial intelligence and big data learning in theoretical research in learning science, education practice and education industry. About 180 scholars attended this forum and discussed about the future development and trend of learning science. President Wu Cheng Chih, Chair Professor Tsai Chin Chung, who is also the Dean of College of Learning Science, Professor of Educational Psychology Janice Gobert from Rutgers University and Stephen J.H. Yang from National Central University attended the opening ceremony.