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|Other Titles:||The Comparison of Evaluation Criteria of College Students' Internship Effectiveness in Taiwan, the United States and Germany|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
Starting from the 2010 academic year, the Ministry of Education has started promoting the two ＂technical and vocational education and recycling programs＂, where ＂technical colleges to open campus internship programs＂ strategy, the main purpose of shortening the gap between graduate school with, provide internship opportunities to students early exposure in the workplace, the accumulated practical experience, let students employability after graduation can meet the needs of the workplace. Evaluating internship training effectiveness contributes to our understanding of students' acquisition of employability and provides internships administrations, mentoring teachers, and students involved with learning objectives during the practice of internship programs. Therefore, to explore the effectiveness of the implementation of students' extracurricular internships assessment criteria is of great importance.In this study, document analysis was served to analyze the content of the practical examination tables used in the internship programs in 30 subsidies-granted vocational colleges in Taiwan and in 3 colleges of excellence in the United States and Germany respectively. Then, the comparison between the students' off-campus internship evaluation criteria in Taiwan, the United States, and Germany were made. Finally, similarities and differences of assessment dimensions and assessment items concerned with the evaluation criteria were presented and discussed. This study found that Taiwan tertiary students' extracurricular internships effectiveness evaluation criteria should include assessment of 6 dimensions, and 15 assessment items; Taiwan, the United States and Germany have the same 2 assessment items; Taiwan and the United States have the same 2 assessment items; Taiwan and Germany have same 2 assessment items; the United States and Germany have the same 4 assessment items.
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