GENERAL Edu. IN U.S. 美國通識教育. 主講人 : 顏善邦 銘傳大學行政副校長 地 點 : 東海大學 銘賢堂 日 期 : 99 年 11 月 11 日. TERMS THAT ARE OFTEN CONFUSED & MISUSED 經常誤用的通識教育相關字詞. Liberal Edu. An approach to learning that empowers individuals & prepares them to deal with complexity, diversity, & change.
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主講人: 顏善邦 銘傳大學行政副校長
地 點: 東海大學 銘賢堂
日 期: 99年11月11日
An approach to learning that empowers individuals & prepares them to deal with complexity, diversity, & change.
Helps students develop a sense of social responsibility as well as strong & transferable intellectual & practical skills such as communication, analytical & problem-solving skills, & a demonstrated ability to apply knowledge & skills in the real-world settings.
Specific disciplines, such as humanities, sciences, & social sciences
The part of a liberal Edu. curriculum shared by all students. It provides broad exposure to multiple disciplines & forms the basis for developing important intellectual & civic capacities. General Edu. may also be called the core curriculum or the liberal studies.
□Harvard’s Red Book ( 1945 ) – General Edu. in A Free Society
□ Critical Thinking, Communication, Analytical, & (value) /Appreciation/ Judgment skill
□Started in 1957 under the first president, Dr. Y. N. Tseng
□ Science, Social Sciences, & Humanities
* Respecting Freedom of Inquiry & the Pursuit of Truth
* Grounding Edu. in Values
* Developing Critical Thinking & Discernment
* Becoming An Effective Communicator
* Preparing for Responsible Citizenship
* Embracing & Celebrating Diversity
* Developing the Imagination & Aesthetic Appreciation
*Becoming an Integrated Person
The large majority of AAC&U
member institutions say that they
have a common set of intended
learning outcomes for all their
undergraduate students, & these
outcomes address a wide variety
of skills & knowledge areas.
The skills most widely included in institutional learning goals are writing, critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, & oral communication skills. The areas of knowledge most commonly
included are humanities, science, social sciences, global cultures, & mathematics.
Increasing number of institutions are placing more emphasis on many engaged learning practices, such as service learning in courses & internships.
AREA OF KNOWLEDGE