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10/01/2018.Wenzao’s Distance Course Passes the Ministry of Education’s E-Learning Certification

發布日期 2018-10-01 15:21:00

 


 

 

 

October 01, 2018

【News release/Center for Faculty Development】

     

 

To adapt to current trends, Wenzao has actively planned to establish its Cyber University in recent years. It has offered over 120 distance courses since the 2015 academic year. Earlier, a course offered by Defang Huang in the Center of Ursuline Education, Whole Person Development (I), was among the first group to have passed the Ministry of Education’s e-learning certification in the 2018 academic year; Miss Huang was invited to share her expertise in creating an e-learning course.

 

In an effort to enhance college e-learning quality and increase faculty and students’ willingness to participate in e-learning, the Ministry of Education has started to provide certification services concerning e-learning courses. Defang Huang’s online course design and interaction interface are student-oriented; her diversified teaching activities motivate students to learn, and all the teaching materials are well-thought-of. Her course has thus passed the Ministry of Education’s e-learning certification, showing that it meets national standards in terms of digital materials, platform, and teacher-student interaction.

 

The certified course, Whole Person Development (I), was created by Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Li-Yen Chen, Ph.D., and assistant professor Defang Huang and taught by Huang; the digital team of the Center for Faculty Development assisted in materials design. The content of the course adheres to the concept of the whole person development within the Ursuline Spirit. In the teaching process, Miss Huang leads students to think critically and make ethical judgments, and the student-oriented educational spirit and care for humanity are realized through online life and ethics summit, simultaneous teaching, and digital learning partners. This approach demystifies the stereotype of negative e-learning teacher-student interactions, embodying Wenzao’s high-quality education.

 

  

      

Photos courtesy of the Center for Faculty Development

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Whole Person Development (I) was created by Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Li-Yen Chen, Ph.D. (left) and assistant professor Defang Huang (right). This photo shows a recorded session.

Assistant professor Defang Huang devised interesting digital materials. The photo shows synchronous voting

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President Zheng-Guang Wang of Taiwan Aviation Education Development Association addressed the audience at the group discussion on face-to-face courses.

Operating a face-to-face course

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Whole Person Development (I) was created by Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Li-Yen Chen, Ph.D.(right) and assistant professor Defang Huang (left).

Assistant professor Defang Huang is teaching a distance course.