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|Other Titles:||Survey on the Implementation of Engineering Accreditation in Taiwan|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of Technology Application and Human Resource Development
Engineering Accreditation in Taiwan has been implemented for ten years. But there have always been the absences of relevant researches to investigate the implementing effectiveness. Therefore, the aim of this study attempts to explore what condition, has the accreditation had on programs, faculties and students from the views of engineering faculty. The data were collected by questionnaire survey and in-depth interview. There are 471 valid questionnaires and 20 engineering faculties, program chairs and Deans participated in the study. The findings show that faculties could pay attention to the elements of the syllabus and teach more diversely after engineering accreditation. But faculties couldn't analyze students 'learning based on the results of the assessment, which is also not easy for faculties to assess the changes of students' core competencies. In addition, faculties felled difficulty teaching interdisciplinary cooperation. Finally, according to the results of this study, recommendations are provided to establish the rubrics.
|Appears in Collections:||科技與工程教育學刊|
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