Students in this course will learn about the role, goals, and content of industrial education, as well as the current state of post-war industrial education (including the true picture and issues of students and schools). In addition, students will learn how to create basic teaching materials and run classes including experiments and practicals, and things to keep in mind. Moreover, students will also consider the relation between industry and environment, as well as the educational program of science and technology high schools.
To understand the roles, purposes and contents of industry education according to the national course of study.
To be able to act to solve the problems of industry education.
industry education, making things by hand, manufacturing
|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||history of industry education||Students are required to review the topics covered in class.|
|Class 2||significance of the National Course of Studies and its revisions|
|Class 3||the National Course of Studies|
|Class 4||the National Course of Studies|
|Class 5||organizing the curriculum of technical high schools|
|Class 6||environmental engineering|
|Class 7||What is "AP (advanced placement) program"?|
|Class 8||educations in Senior High School of Science and 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，Educational Foundations， Development and Learning II