Students will consider the societal requirements from industrial education, the choice and sequence of teaching materials, the educational program and education evaluation.
It is recommended that students first take Educational Foundations, Development and Learning I and II, and Method of Teaching Industrial Subjects I.
(An intensive course is held from late May to mid-July centering around Saturdays.)
Students will understand how to select and arrange teaching material and how to organize educational programs based on "Method of Teaching Industrial Subjects I". Also examine education assessment.
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||✔ Specialist skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
An intensive course is held from late May to mid-July centering on Saturdays.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||school management||Students are required to review the topics covered in the class.|
|Class 2||significance of educational process|
|Class 3||difference between "science" and "engineering"|
|Class 4||educational evaluation|
|Class 5||educational evaluation in practice|
|Class 6||syllabus of "foundation of engineering technology"|
|Class 7||evaluation of "foundation of engineering technology"|
|Class 8||micro teaching of "foundation of engineering technology"|
Relevant materials will be distributed in the class.
National Course of Studies
Students will be evaluated on the basis of class activities including discussion and short paper and term paper.
Educational Foundations， Development and Learning I，Development and Learning II，Method of Teaching Industrial Subjects I