What is “Teaching Practice Research”?
Teaching practice research refers to the faculty’s process of adopting proper research method and tools to verify its effectiveness for the purpose of elevating teaching quality and promote students’ learning effectiveness, which is achieved through the use of live educational arenas and literature to propose questions, the utilization of curriculum design, teaching methods, or introducing education instruments and the use of media and technology.
MOE “Teaching Practice Research” Subsidies Program
The Program aims to improve the teaching quality for teachers and realize the school management mission for schools; with supplementing effects, it combines with the Higher Education Sprout Project, prompting schools to focus on the development of school affairs and invest resources in the teaching scene; therefore, to efficiently connect teachers’ individual research and students’ learning cultivation, schools shall review the program proposed by teachers in the schools regarding the research program and course planning, and whether the direction for student cultivation is in line with the direction of the development of school affairs. Where necessary, the schools shall provide comprehensive teaching resources to support teachers’ research, and in turn realize the transformation of teaching scene.