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dc.contributor.authorYi-Ying Tsaien_US
dc.contributor.authorHow-gao Hsuen_US
dc.contributor.authorChien-Ming Huangen_US
dc.description.abstractTechnological and Vocational Education (TVE) played a decisive role by nurturing the range of human resources required for our basic national infrastructure and for promoting economic development. A variety of channels are provided to cater to students with a diverse range of abilities and prepare them to find an ideally suitable career in the future. The Ministry of Education through the radio program production at the National Education Radio from 2002-2007 to give people from all walks of life a clearer more comprehensive view of TVE in Taiwan and the directions our future policies are taking. This research applied theories of partnership to examine a case at the National Education Radio and used literature review to collect information. The case study method was used to discuss the effectiveness of the radio program of technological and vocational education in Taiwan. The policy of 12 years of basic education and the direction that TVE is taking both emphasize promoting adaptive learning and counselling to help students understand their own aptitudes and interests, with the key aim of preparing students well for their future participation in society and a suitable career. The Ministry of Education should actively to continue through the radio program production to inspire even more technologically and practically inclined students to choose TVE.en_US
dc.publisherDepartment of Industrial Education, NTNUen_US
dc.subject.otherTechnological and Vocational Educationen_US
dc.subject.otherradio program productionen_US
dc.title.alternativeThe Effectiveness of the Radio Program of Technologicaland Vocational Education in Taiwan- Take a TVE Program For Examplezh_tw
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