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Research on Teachers’ Perception of Designing “School to Work” Programs at Universities and Colleges
Universities and Colleges
School to Work Program
The purpose of this study was to explore the perception aspects of the coordinators and designers of the “School to Work” programs at colleges and universities in Taiwan. Based on the understanding of aspects of the people responsible for the programs, the study was expected to provide proper suggestions for “School to Work” program planning. The methodology of the study included literature reviewing, and questionnaire surveying with which the important information was gathered to make analyses and explorations for the goals of the study. As to research objects, questionnaires were delivered to 373 directors of “2004 School to Work” programs at 85 universities or colleges. And among them, 231 questions were valid. The main conclusion of this study was focused on the connotation of “School to Work Programs” and the perception of the people in charge toward the content of the program. The study of the program planning included several stages- stage1: planning the organization of the program, stage 2: analyzing the situation, stage 3: building the concepts of the program, stage4: designing the program, stage5: executing the program, stage 6 : evaluating The perception toward the program designing tended to agree and support. The study was expected to be helpful for the further study and practice. Keywords： Universities and Colleges, Program, School to Work Program, Perception
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