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IJSSH 2020 Vol.10(3): 78-81 ISSN: 2010-3646
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2020.V10.1018

A Study of Modern Pedagogical Effect of Science and Design College’s Student in Taiwan

Victoria Hsu

Abstract—Over the past few years, the automation changed our daily life. A lot of current jobs are disappearing, and people in favor of working on problem solving or innovating. The schools today try hard to educate their student in those creative and social skills so that students are adequately equipped to meet these challenges. To catch up the world, The Taiwan ministry of education carries out a project named Innovated in teaching in recently years. These new pop-up technologies do really affect our teaching way in classroom and communication with our student. But in some specialist and our culture background, is this necessary for us? In this study, we discuss a case in department of design in college, which carry out the different teaching method in their class. The aim of the study would also be to find how the new teaching method influence students' learning and how other evidence reflect the real feeling from students. The study would also compare how different the students answer the questionnaire between paper and online. The study would further aim to discuss on how student feedback when teacher put the new skills into the class. Finally, we contemplates on why high satisfy on class but low performance in students' grade. The study in general will paint the significance of new pedagogical as a teaching method that may not work in some specialist and our culture background. It is believed that these methods help to improve teachers' skills, but maybe not learners.

Index Terms—Pedagogical, modern teaching, case study.

Victoria Hsu is with the Lunghwa University and National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan (e-mail: saintvoice.1981@gmail.com).


Cite: Victoria Hsu, "A Study of Modern Pedagogical Effect of Science and Design College’s Student in Taiwan," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 78-81, 2020.

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