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02/04/2019.Borderless Teachers, Limitless Future: The Center for Teacher Education of Wenzao Organized an Overseas Workshop and Intern Scheme in Ho Chi Minh City

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he Center for Teacher Education of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages received funding from the Ministry of Education (MOE) for the 2017 “Borderless Teachers” Project on overseas education, training, and internship. With the joint effort of the Taipei School in Ho Chi Minh City (TSHCMC), Wenzao launched a series of activities during the summer vacation in 2018. Incorporating Taiwanese puppetry and technical English, the summer camp provided Taiwanese students with a refreshing experience. Wenzao also organized a workshop on the design of a math literacy curriculum and designated Yu-Zhen Wang as the person in charge. The workshop equipped local teachers with the ability to come up with innovative math activities and knowledge about the design of literacy-oriented curriculum, winning critical acclaim from the faculty members of TSHCMC. 

 

February 04, 2019

【Article by The Center for Teacher Education of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages 】

     

 The Center for Teacher Education of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages received funding from the Ministry of Education (MOE) for the 2017 “Borderless Teachers” Project on overseas education, training, and internship. With the joint effort of the Taipei School in Ho Chi Minh City (TSHCMC), Wenzao launched a series of activities during the summer vacation in 2018. Incorporating Taiwanese puppetry and technical English, the summer camp provided Taiwanese students with a refreshing experience. Wenzao also organized a workshop on the design of a math literacy curriculum and designated Yu-Zhen Wang as the person in charge. The workshop equipped local teachers with the ability to come up with innovative math activities and knowledge about the design of literacy-oriented curriculum, winning critical acclaim from the faculty members of TSHCMC. 

 

Yu-Shan Luo from the Department of English is one of the first students doing her internship in TSHCMC during the first semester of the 2018 academic year. She admitted that she was astonished when seeing the schedule of the school, as students from first to sixth grade all have to attend school for the whole day. After students leave the school, teachers remain at school to prepare for their next class, and their work usually lasts until 6 p.m. Although their work hours are longer than those of their Taiwanese counterparts, they are still willing to stay in this overseas school and dedicate themselves to work. Luo was moved by their devotion.

 

Xuan Chen is a student from the Department of Translation and Interpreting, and her work is to assist teachers of TSHCMC in teaching Chinese classes on weekends. She refined her Chinese teaching skills via courses taught by professional Chinese teachers. TSHCMC also holds joint demonstrations with schools from Japan and Korea to present the spirit of Japanese and Korean people in Vietnam; such events are thought-provoking to her. She realized the role that overseas schools play in foreign countries. Overseas schools not only serve to preserve and promote education, but also help to spread culture. 

 

This semester’s fruitful overseas intern scheme is a great success, as all interns were galvanized by their contact with different cultures, which not only helped them obtain experience and expertise, but also cultivated their international mobility and a diverse cultural perspective. This project helps to increase student’s willingness to work abroad.

  

Photos courtesy of The Center for Teacher Education of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages

 

Math literacy course design workshop organized by Yu-Zhen Wang

Math activities are used to attract students’ interest.

The Director of the Academic Affairs of the TSHCMC, who is also a math teacher himself, participated in the workshop.

A board game helps cultivate cooperation between students.

Students practicing calligraphy during a Chinese class (writing with their fingers pointing to the air)

An intern demonstrating math teaching techniques