The Asian Conference on Education & International Development 2017 Conference Theme: “Educating for Change”

Conference Introduction:

We welcome you to this year’s conferences, where we can examine change in ways that are important to each of us. What are its challenges, its complexities, and its constraints? It is electrifying to think about the wide-ranging conversations we will have as we consider how we can go about educating for change the world over.


Speaker: Art Center Kobe, Kobe, Japan

Date: Sunday, March 26 - Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Abstract Submission Deadline: January 15, 2017

Registration Deadline for Presenters: February 15, 2017


Campus TOEIC test schedule for Spring 2016

On-campus TOEIC test schedule for Spring 2016 

Test DateMarch 22May 7June 6
RegistrationJanuary 4- Feburary 16January 4- April 6January 4-May 3

Date of inquiring test seating arrangement online


International Conference on Educational Evaluation: Accountability, Policy Learning & Capacity Building

International Conference on Educational Evaluation: Accountability, Policy Learning & Capacity Building      

1.Organized by Center for Educational Research and Evaluation, National Taiwan Normal University

2.Sponsored by Ministry of Education, Ministry of Science & Technology, National Taiwan Normal University

3.Call for Papers


Ming Chuan University Implementation Procedures for 10 Pillars Competency Procedures

1.Notice of Ming Chuan University Implementation Procedures for 10 Pillars Competency Procedures (herewith called these procedures) Please see the attached file.

2.attached file:Ming Chuan University Implementation Procedures for 10 Pillars Competency Procedures


March 2015 Ming Chuan Health Journal –Knowing the Hepatitis B

To improve the awareness of self-care and disease prevention, Campus Health Services Section of Student Affairs Division has gathered health education information, and edited the health journal to share with staff members, please refer to it for detailed information.

More information:A00234022


English Tutoring Program

The Peer Tutoring program quickly became a school-wise attraction since being launched by English Language Center (ELC). It offers a friendly environment for students to explore English beyond the books and classes. In an effort to provide continuous support and opportunities in English learning, we are pleased to announce the Peer Tutoring program will continue in this semester. We welcome anyone and look forward to having you on-board.


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TOEIC Preparation Course

The new course schedule is announced. Courses will start in March on both campuses. Registration begins this week.

For further information:



[NEWS]Children get direct exposure to 228 Incident in a very special classroom (2015/02/26)

The 228 Incident triggered one of the darkest periods in Taiwan’s history, a brutal crackdown on the local population in 1947 that left thousands dead. With Feb. 28 just days away, schoolchildren were given the chance to learn more about that part of history from members of victims’ families. 

Young children gathered at a display on a wall were discussing its content. The classroom for this social studies class was the Taipei 228 Memorial Museum. 

Lin Jiang-tai
Wanfu Elementary School Teacher


[NEWS]Student activists, teachers protest against curriculum changes (2015/02/16)

Activists protested against high school curriculum changes outside the Ministry of Education today. After the ministry introduced changes that opponents say seek to tell Taiwanese history from a Chinese perspective, some teachers began calling for an amendment that would let them set their own curriculum.

The youth wing of the TSU is among the groups angered by the ministry’s curriculum changes. Calling the modifications part of a “de-Taiwanization” effort, this student burned a poster that contained an image of one of the textbooks.

Hou Tsung-ying


[NEWS]Innovative Pedagogical Game (2014/12/12)

Earlier this week a team from National Taiwan University won what is referred to as the “Oscars” of innovation in higher education. Professor Benson Yeh led a team of students in developing the world’s first multi-student social game in which players collect land and wealth by answering questions. 

The platform is used to teach Chinese literature, English, math and other topics. Nearly a hundred schools and a Fortune 500 company use it. For their victory, Benson’s team shared a US$50,000 prize with one other first place winner.




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