PROGRAMS The 5 Pacific Rim Conference on Education Tuesday, November 4, 2014

PROGRAMS
The 5th Pacific Rim Conference on Education
Nov. 4-5, Taipei, Taiwan
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
09:00~17:00
09:00~09:30
(30)
09:30~9:50
(20)
Poster Display and Viewing Time / Gong-Cheng Complex 2F
Registration
Opening Ceremony / Room 203
Keynote Address Ⅰ / Room 203
Presider: Chia-Chen Chao, Dean, School of Education, University of Taipei, Taiwan
9:50~10:40
(50)
10:40~12:10
(90)
Topic: Innovative Measures to Cope with the Impact of Birthrate Decline on
Education in Taiwan
Tim T. Y. Ting, Ph.D., Deputy Mayor, Taipei City Government, Taiwan
Panel Discussion / Room 203
Moderator: Andrew Effrat, Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Topic: Education Innovation and Quality Assurance on Teacher Education
Expert Panelists:
Andrew Effrat, Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Do-Yong Park, Associate Professor, Illinois State University, USA
Yoshifumi Sato, Professor, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
Shihuei Ho, Associate Professor, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Montree Yamkasikorn, Associate Professor, Burapha University, Thailand
12:10~12:20
(10)
Picture Taking / Zhong-Zheng Auditorium
12:20~13:40
(80)
Lunch Break / 4F
13:40~15:00
(80)
Room 203
Innovation in
Different Levels of
Education
15:00~15:20
(20)
15:20~17:00
(100)
18:00~20:30
12:20~13:00
Poster Session 1
(40)
13:00~13:40
Poster Session 2
(40)
Oral Session 1
Room 202
Room 201
Room 401
Teacher Education Curriculum and
Cloud-Based
and Professional
Instruction
Instructional
Development
Technology
Break Time
Room 203
Innovation in
Different Levels of
Education
Oral Session 2
Room 202
Room 201
Teacher Education Curriculum and
and Professional
Instruction
Development
Conference Dinner / Gourmet Theater
Room 401
Students' Learning
Outcomes and
Assessment
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
09:00~17:00
09:00~09:20
(20)
09:20~10:10
(50)
10:10~11:00
(50)
Poster Display and Viewing Time / Gong-Cheng Complex 2F
Registration
Keynote Address Ⅱ / Room 203
Presider: Shihuei Ho, Associate Professor, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Topic: Quality Assurance with IR (Institutional Research) Network
Toshiyuki Hosokawa, Professor, Hokkaido University, Japan
Keynote Address Ⅲ / Room 203
Presider: Chun-Rong Liu, Professor, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Topic: Building a World-Class University: Internationalization Perspective and
Practice
Guangju Chen, Vice-President, Beijing Normal University, China
11:00~11:10
(10)
11:10~12:30
(80)
12:30~13:50
(80)
13:50~15:30
(100)
15:30~15:50
(20)
15:50~16:50
(60)
Break Time
Room 203
Students' Learning
Outcomes and
Assessment
Lunch Break / 4F
Room 203
Students' Learning
Outcomes and
Assessment
Oral Session 3
Room 202
Room 201
Teacher Education Curriculum and
and Professional
Instruction
Development
Room 401
KDP Special
Speech
Elizabeth Wilkins,
Professor, Northern
Illinois University
Poster Session 3
12:30~13:10
(40)
13:10~13:50
Poster Session 4
(40)
Oral Session 4
Room 202
Room 201
Room 401
Special Education
Curriculum and
Internationalization
and Inclusion
Instruction
of Higher
Education
&
Other related issues
Break Time
Closing Ceremony / Room 203
Oral Session 1-1
Room 203
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 13:40-15:00
Innovation in Different Levels of Education
Mao-Wen Wang, University of Taipei, Taiwan
O1.
Building an International Learning Community for
Environmental Literacy and Arts Integration
Mao-Wen Wang, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Barbara Bourne, University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA
O2.
The Development of Creative Tendency Scale for Physical
Education Teachers of Inclusive Classes in Taiwan’s Elementary
and Junior High Schools
Wei-Ching Lee, National Taiwan Sport University, Taiwan
Hsiu-Ling Pai, University of Taipei, Taiwan
O3.
Technology-Based Learning Environment to Support English
Learning of Third-Grade Students in Rural Area: A Pilot Study
Rui Li & Yundong Zhu, Kunming, Yunnan Normal Univeristy, China
O4.
Reflection in Teacher Education: Issues and Solutions in Taiwan
Shihuei Ho, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Oral Session 1-2
Room 202
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 13:40-15:00
Teacher Education and Professional Development
Miranda Lin, Illinois State University, USA
O5.
Diverse Teaching Strategies for Diverse Learners: What Can We
Learn from Urban Teachers?
Miranda Lin & Abigail Ildefonso, Illinois State University, USA
O6.
Professional Development of Teaching Mathematics in English
for Thai Teachers
Jiraporn Chano, Mahasarakham University, Thailand
O7.
Exploring Possibilities of Education Support Volunteer Activity
for Developing Country to Teacher Education (Case Study):
Through Making a School-Based Sport Festival for
Encouraging School PE in Cambodia
Kanegae Junichi, Kinki University Kyushu Junior College, Japan
Unno Yuzo, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Tsuzuki Tomohiko, Seinan Gakuin University, Japan
Kadota Riyoko, Nakamura Gakuen University, Japan
Kurokawa Tetsuya, Miyagi University of Education, Japan
Kuchino Takashi, Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan
O8.
Developing the Intern Teachers’ Content Pedagogical
Knowledge and Teaching Skills: A Case Study of the Use of
Game Activities in Creative Dance Pedagogy
Yi-jung Wu, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Oral Session 1-3
Room 201
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
O9.
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 13:40-15:00
Curriculum and Instruction
Hsin-mei Edith Huang, University of Taipei, Taiwan
A Study on Art-Based Convergence Education as an
Experience: Based on Korean Arts Education Policies
Jeong-Im Huh, Busan National University of Education, Korea
O10. Recent Attempts to Improve Curriculums and Lessons of
Japanese High School
Takahashi Akiko, HokkaidoUuniversity of Education, Japan
O11. The Development of Problem Solving and Learning
Management Competency for Bachelor of Education Using
Problem Based Learning
Ontida Prasarn, Sisaket Rajabhat University, Thailand
O12. The Design and Effects of an Elementary School Bullying
Prevention Curriculum
Chao-Yu Fang, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan
Oral Session 1-4
Room 401
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 13:40-15:00
Cloud-Based Instructional Technology
O13. Instructional Technologies for Construction of Cloud-Based
Geospatial Information Environments
Ming-Chih Wang & Hung-Yi Chang, University of Taipei, Taiwan
O14. VODCAST - A Collaboration Platform for Classroom
Analyzation
Hiroki Ishizuka & Noriaki Katagiri, Hokkaido University of
Education, Japan
O15. Design and Development of Virtual Learning Environment
Using Open Source Course Management System
Darios B. Alado & Irma T. Plata, Isabela State University,
Philippines
O16. Language Instruction and Web 2.0: Using Group Spaces
George MacLean, University of Ryukyus, Japan
Norman Fewell, Meio University, Japan
Oral Session 2-1
Room 203
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 15:20-17:00
Innovation in Different Levels of Education
Irma T. Plata, Isabela State University, Philippines
O17. Adopting Online Technology Tools in Tracing BSIT Graduates
of Isabela State University
Irma T. Plata & Darios B. Alado, Isabela State University,
Philippines
O18. The Influence of School Innovation Management in Loosely
Coupled Systems
Lih-Lin Leou , Taipei Chengshih University, Taiwan
Ping-Hao Liu, De Lin Institute of Technology, Taiwan
O19. Contextual Teaching and Learning Approach in Teaching
Mandarin Communication Skill for Second Language
Lin Chia Ying & Chuah Kee Ping,Universiti Pendidikan Sultan
Idris, Malaysia
O20. The Role of Game Activities in the Enhancement of Learning
Experience in an Elementary School Ethnic Dance Club
Sheng-wen Huang & Yi-jung Wu, University of Taipei, Taiwan
O21. An Examination of Inclusive Educational Programs for the
Visually Disabled Children in Museums: Cases of Two Natural
History Museums in Taiwan
Hui-fen Kao, National Museum of Natural Science, Taiwan
Yi-jen Tsai, National Taipei University, Taiwan
Trai-shar Kao, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Oral Session 2-2
Room 202
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 15:20-17:00
Teacher Education and Professional Development
Marn-Ling Shing, University of Taipei, Taiwan
O22. An Analysis of Happiness in Life of Teacher Training College’s
Personnel, Lao PDR.
Pracha Inang & Pongthep Jiraro, Burapha University, Thailand
O23. Transforming Pre-Service Urban Teachers through Cultural
Immersion
Robert E. Lee, Illinois State University, USA
Mitchell Staroscik, Chicago Public Schools, USA
Dakota Pawlicki, Illinois State University, USA
O24. Assessment of Teacher Education Programme: Attitude towards
Computers and Its Usage among Trainee Teachers
Sudeshna Lahiri, University of Calcutta, India
O25. STAR Teachers: A Look at Seven Highly Effective K-12
Teachers in the Chicago Public Schools
Nicholas Hartlep, Christopher Hansen, & Guy Banicki, Illinois
State University, USA
O26. The Difficulties and Challenges of Implementing the “ECEC
Curriculum Framework” for Preschool Educators
Yu-Pei Chou & Marn-Ling Shing, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Oral Session 2-3
Room 201
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 15:20-17:00
Curriculum and Instruction
Ryuichi Yorozuya, Hokkaido University of
Education, Japan
O27. Transition from Primary to Junior High School English:
Changes of Children’s Motivation and English Language Skills
Ryuichi Yorozuya, Hiroki Ishizuka, Akinobu Shimura, & Nakamura
Norio, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
O28. A Decade in the History of English Language Education in the
Malaysian Context
Suhaida Omar, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia
Dahlia Janan, Sultan Idris Education Universiti, Malaysia
O29. The Affordance of Process/Genre Approach and BALL on the
Impact of EFL College Students’ Writing Performance and
Writing Strategies
Wei-yu Chang, Durham University, UK
O30. L2 Oral Fluency: The Relative Contributions of Phonological
Processing Ability and Learning Experience
Jhih-Kai Yang & Chieh-Fang Hu, University of Taipei, Taiwan
O31. Choices of Legibility Elements in Reading Material Chosen by
Malaysian Primary School Students
Dahlia Janan, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia
David Wray, University of Warwick, UK
Suhaida Omar, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia
Oral Session 2-4
Room 401
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 15:20-17:00
Students' Learning Outcomes and Assessment
Kwanghyun Lee, Busan National University of
Education, Korea
O32. The Effect of Private Tutoring Expenses on Academic
Achievement: Quantile Regression Approach
Kwanghyun Lee, Busan National University of Education, Korea
Yongjae Kwon, Kookmin University, Korea
O33. Understanding Junior High School Students’ Perceptions of
Scientific Concepts Through Image Mapping Tests
Ken’ichiro Mori, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
O34. Boy’s Crisis: A Reflection on Chinese Boy’s Disadvantageous
Position in the Entrance Examination of College - Within the
Framework of Blazina’s Gender Role Conflict Scale
Yunzhen Lv, Beijing Normal University, China
O35. Analysis of Actual Conditions of PE Class: In Case of Japan and
South Korea
Tsuzuki Tomohiko, Seinan Gakuin University, Japan
Unno Yuzo, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Kurokawa Tetsuya, Miyagi University of Education, Japan
Kanegae Junichi, Kyushu Junior College of Kinki University, Japan
Kuchino Takashi, Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan
Kadota Riyoko, Nakamura Gakuen University, Japan
O36. Biology Scale Development for Junior Secondary School
Students, Aceh Indonesia
Bor-Chen Kuo & Muslem Daud, National Taichung University of
Education, Taiwan
Oral Session 3-1
Room 203
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 11:10-12:30
Students' Learning Outcomes and Assessment
Satoshi Fujikawa, Hokkaido University of Education,
Japan
O37. Proposal of a Teaching Method for Enhancing Student
Motivation toward the Study of English in Junior High School
Naoki Sekiyama, Satoshi Fujikawa, & Takemi Mizukami, Hokkaido
University of Education, Japan
O38. The Effects of Metacognitive Pedagogical Reasoning on STEM
Teaching through a Professional Development Workshop
Do-Yong Park, Illinois State University, USA
Chanphorn Prommas, Burapha University, Thailand
O39. Enhancing the Employability of University Graduates:
Comparing the Relative Weights of Knowledge, Skills, and
Personal Characteristics Perceived by Students, Faculty
Members, and Employers
Hsuan-Fu Ho, Wei-Ting Huang, & Po-Chih Chang, National Chiayi
University, Taiwan
O40. The Development of a Unit to Read the Non-Continuous Texts
with the Aid of Newspaper
Tokio Oomura, Hokkaido Asahikawa Higashi High School, Japan
Satoshi Fujikawa & Takemi Mizukami, Hokkaido University of
Education, Japan
Oral Session 3-2
Room 202
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 11:10-12:30
Teacher Education and Professional Development
Nola Stephen, University of Massachusetts Amherst,
USA
O41. “Is this What You Made Me for?”: Reflections on Gifted
Children and Teacher Education
Nola Stephen & Andrew Effrat, University of Massachusetts
Amherst, USA
O42. Analysis of Elementary School English Teachers’ Professional
Dialogue as Their Job-Embedded Professional Development
Chin-Wen Chien, National Hsinchu University of Education, Taiwan
O43. An Evaluation of Educational Journal by Faculty of Education
at Burapha University
Supranee Sngeamngam & Pongthep Jiraro, Burapha University,
Thailand
O44. Attitudes and Teaching Efficacy of General Preservice Teachers
toward Inclusion
Tzu-Ying Lee, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Oral Session 3-3
Room 201
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 11:10-12:30
Curriculum and Instruction
Kurokawa Tetsuya, Miyagi University of Education,
Japan
O45. Building a Cross-Campus Community of Collaborative Urban
Teacher Educators
Robert E. Lee & Brent D. Showalter, Illinois State University, USA
O46. An Examination on the Validity of the PE Curriculum Revision
in Korea: Based on the Actual Condition of the Students’
Learning in PE
Kurokawa Tetsuya, Miyagi University of Education, Japan
Unno Yuzo, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Tsuzuki Tomohiko, Seinan Gakuin University, Japan
Kanegae Junichi, Kyushu Junior College of Kinki University, Japan
Kadota Riyoko, Nakamura Gakuen University, Japan
Kuchino Takashi, Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan
O47. The Research and Development to Improve the Quality of
School in the Area of Primary Education, Chonburi: Koh
Sichang School
Vichit Suratruangchai, Pongthep Jiraro, Chanphorn Prommas, &
Pennapha Kulnapadol, Burapha University, Thailand
O48. The Innovation of Art Curriculum: Exploring Multiculturalism
through Reading Visual Image
Yu-Ting Chiou, National Academy for Educational Research,
Taiwan
Oral Session 3-4
Room 401
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 11:10-12:30
KDP Special Speech
Elizabeth Wilkins, Professor, Northern Illinois University, USA
Oral Session 4-1
Room 203
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 13:50-15:30
Students' Learning Outcomes and Assessment
Yu-Horng Chen, University of Taipei, Taiwan
O49. Exploring Educational Change of ICT Development in Two
Taiwanese Primary Schools
Yih-Shyuan Chen, St. John’s University, Taiwan
Yu-Horng Chen, University of Taipei, Taiwan
O50. Assessment of Learning in Economics in Secondary Education
Kenichi Sasaki, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
Nelson Diaz, Laguna State Polytechnic University, Philippines
O51. School-Based Adventure Programming and Its Effect on
Sixth-Graders’ Problem Solving
Tsai-Yuan Chung, Ming-Chung Chen, & Cheng-Ying Yang,
University of Taipei, Taiwan
Jing-Yao Ke, Taipei Municipal Jinghua Elementary School, Taiwan
O52. Achievement Gap between Single-Sex Schools and
Coeducational Schools
John Rugutt, Illinois State University, USA
Caroline C. Chemosit, University of Kabianga, Kericho, Kenya
O53. Understanding College Students’ English Learning Experiences
through Their Reflective Journals: An Action Research
Approach
Cui Lin, Shaanxi Normal University / Beijing Normal University,
China
Oral Session 4-2
Room 202
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 13:50-15:30
Special Education and Inclusion
Fuk-Chuen Ho, Hong Kong Institute of Education,
Hong Kong
O54. Teaching Sub-Types of Readers Chinese Multi-Character
Words in Hong Kong
Fuk-Chuen Ho, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
O55. Enhancing Inclusion Outcomes for Students Who Use
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Yun-Ching Chung, Illinois State University, USA
O56. Gifted Education and the K-wave in Korea
Pansoo Kim, Busan National University of Education, Korea
O57. A Research on Class-Wide Positive Behavior Support in
Integrated Elementary School in China
Yujie Liu, Beijing Union University, China
Wei Xiaoman, Beijing Normal University, China
O58. Development of the Perfectionism Scale for Junior High Gifted
Students
Hsiu-Ling Pai, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Wei-Ching Lee, National Taiwan Sport University, Taiwan
Oral Session 4-3
Room 201
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 13:50-15:30
Curriculum and Instruction
Do-Yong Park, Illinois State University, USA
O59. How is Energy Presented in Secondary Curriculum in U.S. and
Taiwan? A Case Study
Do-Yong Park, Illinois State University, USA
Chien-Kuo Ku, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Fly-Yeng Li, New Taipei Er Chong Junior High School, Taiwan
Tuan-Yen Yu, New Taipei Municipal San-Chong High School,
Taiwan
O60. Development of a Performance Learning Task to Foster Student
Ability to Think, to Make Decisions, and to Express: With
Focus on Mathematics in Primary School
MasahitoIn, Tomamae Primary school, Japan
Satoshi Fujikawa & Takemi Mizukami, Hokkaido University of
Education, Japan
O61. A Pedagogical Initiative of Teaching Freire’s Political Pedagogy
Keqi Liu, Zhanjiang Normal University, China
O62. Reconsideration of a Curriculum Management System in
Physical Education
Unno Yuzo, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Kurokawa Tetsuya, Miyagi University of Education, Japan
Kanegae Junichi, Kyushu Junior College of Kinki University, Japan
Tsuzuki Tomohiko, Seinan Gakuin University, Japan
Kadota Riyoko, Nakamura Gakuen University, Japan
Kuchino Takashi, Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan
O63. Constructing a Student-Centered Exploratory Model in a
Museum
Paitzu, Chang, National Museum of Natural Science, Taiwan
Oral Session 4-4
Room 401
Date and Time :
Area :
Presider :
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 13:50-15:30
Internationalization of Higher Education
Other related issues
Jun Xing, California State University, USA
O64. Current Trends and Future Directions in Technology
Education: Using International Comparison
Satoshi Fujikawa, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
Takanori Maesako, Osaka University, Japan
O65. In What Ways Does One U.S. Public Research University
Engage in Activities to Internationalize the Curriculum,
Students, and Faculty?
Po-Sen Huang, Tajen University, Taiwan
Ying Geng, Kent State University, USA
O66. World University Ranking System and the Idea of Teaching
Excellence in Higher Education
Yao-Wen Chang, University of Taipei, Taiwan
O67. The Effect of Migration in National Higher Education Entrance
Exam
Ting Kang Shen & Jing Hai Lee, National Quemoy University,
Taiwan
O68. The Experience of Counselors’ Going Beyond
Countertransference Through Psychodrama----A
Phenomenological Research
Shu Yu You, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Jin Lin You, Nan Hwa University, Taiwan
Poster Session 1
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 12:20-13:00
Gong-Cheng Complex 2F
Area : Innovation in Different Levels of Education
P1.
The Effect of an Experiential Learning Project as an EFL
Elective Course in a Taiwanese Secondary School
Shu-wen Lin, Durham University, UK
P2.
Blog-Based Learning in EFL Classrooms: Perspectives from
Hong Kong
Lu Jieqing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
P3.
Graphic Novels in Japanese University EFL Classes
Norman Fewell, Meio University, Japan
George MacLean, University of the Ryukyus, Japan
P4.
The Practice System Construction of Innovation Education in
Elementary and Secondary Schools
Chen-chen Shi, Beijing Normal University, China
P5.
A Study on the Organization Changes about the Public Schools
in Taiwan: The Administrative Incorporation of the Public
Schools as an Example
Min-Nan Chen, National Taiwan Sport University, Taiwan
Yen-Hsuan Lin, National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan
Yen-Ching Chien, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Chin-yuan Huang, National Hsinchu University of Education, Taiwan
P6.
Postmodernism and Young Childhood Education
Yung-Kang Hsu, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Area : Students' Learning Outcomes and Assessment
P7.
A Proposal for a Clear Assessment Method on Students'
Learning Outcomes: A Case of Science Subject
Toshihiko Matsuura, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
P8.
Using 3D Imaging Technology to Enhance Student’s e-Learning
in Taiwan
Ching-san Lai, National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan
P9.
Benefits of Prior Learning in Woodworking Education by
Incorporating Failure Experiences
Satoshi Fujikawa, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
Fumitaro Sekine, Kyoto University of Education, Japan
Takanori Maesako, Osaka University, Japan
P10. The Item Difficulty of the Adolescent Digital Reading
Assessment and 8th Graders’ Critical Reading on Open-ended
Tasks
P. H. Hung, National University of Tainan, Taiwan
C. J. Huang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Kuei-Lin Chang, National Normal University, Taiwan
P11.
Predictors and Correlates of Factors that Enhance Learning
among College Students
Caroline C. Chemosit, University of Kabianga, Kenya
John Rugutt, Illinois State University, USA
Viviline Ngeno & Dorothy Soi, University of Kabianga, Kenya
Area : Internationalization of Higher Education
P12. What’s the Teaching Differences in Sino-US Higher Education?
Chuxiong Wang, Central China Normal University, China
Poster Session 2
Nov. 4 (Tue) / 13:00-13:40
Gong-Cheng Complex 2F
Area : Cloud-Based Instructional Technology
P13. Thoughts Flying off from The Clouds: Exploration on "Flipped
Classroom" Teaching Model in Literary Criticism Course
Min Xu, Central China Normal University, China
P14. The Studies of Design and Evaluation on Elementary School
Energy Education Website
Chien Kuo Ku & Shu-Cheng Lu, University of Taipei, Taiwan
P15. The Clouding Learning Platform Intergrated into College
Information Technology English Computerlized Courses
Desinging and Practicing: The Edmodo Platform as Example
Cheng-Yu Tsai, Chien Hsin University, Taiwan
Area : Curriculum and Instruction
P16. The Effects on Students' Learning in Connecting Picture Books
with Nature and Science Technology Curriculum of Grade 5 in
Elementary Schools
Shu-Wen Liu, Yi-Chien Lin, Wen-Ting Hsieh, & Yu-Ting Lin,
University of Taipei, Taiwan
P17. Application of Curriculum “English Speech and
Communication Skills ” in Public High School in Beijing: A
Case Study
Hui Zhou, Beijing Normal University, China
Bijun Yang, Beijing Chaoyang Institute of Education Research,
China
Chunxia Qi, Beijing Normal University, China
P18. The Design and Implementation of Mentor-Apprentice Program
for Training Principal Candidate of Elementary Schools in
Taipei
Ya-Jiuan Ho, Taipei Teachers’ In-Scervice Education Center, Taiwan
Chia-Lin Lee, University of Taipei, Taiwan
P19. Examining Physical Proportion and Physical Fitness of the
Children in Rural Districts of Cambodia
Kadota Riyoko, Nakamura Gakuen University, Japan
Unno Yuzo, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Tsuzuki Tomohiko, Seinan Gakuin University, Japan
Kanegae Junichi, Kyushu Junior College of Kinki University, Japan
Kurokawa Tetsuya, Miyagi University of Education, Japan
Kuchino Takashi, Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan
P20. Team Teaching in Teacher Education: Story from Finland
Yvonne Liu, Minghsin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
P21. The Effects of Using Technology-Enhanced Learning Platform
to Explore Socio-Scientific Issues
Hong-Yu Wang & Wen-Hua Chang, National Taiwan Normal
University, Taiwan
P22. What Professional Deficiency I’ve Learned from My Students’
Diaries: The Self-Study of an Elementary School Teacher
Hsiu-Jen Cheng, Jhong-Shang Elementary School, Taiwan
Chih-Cheng Hung, National Chung-Cheng University, Taiwan
P23. Changes in the Feelings of Japanese University Students Toward
Programming Skills Education over the Past Eight Years
Mitsuko Hayashi, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
Poster Session 3
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 12:30-13:10
Gong-Cheng Complex 2F
Area : Special Education and Inclusion
P24. A Elementary School Supporting Program for Students with
Emotional Disorder in Preventing Social Problems
Ting-Wei Chang & Fu-Jong Han, University of Taipei, Taiwan
P25. A Case Study on the Special Needs and Support for a Student
with Hereditary Epidermolysis Bullosa in the Elementary
School
Tsai-Pin Lo & Fu-Jong Han, University of Taipei, Taiwan
P26. Establishing a Sexuality Educator’s Training Curriculum to
Adult with Intellectual Disabilities
Chwen-Jen Lin, University of Taipei, Taiwan
P27. Intellectual Functioning of Taiwanese Children with High
Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder: Implications for
Teaching Strategies
Yu-Chen Tu, Chia-Chen Chao, & I-Hwey Wu, University of Taipei,
Taiwan
P28. How Does a Mother’s Parental Resilience Affect Her
Twice-Exceptional Child? A Case of Giftedness and
High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder in Taiwan
I-Hwey Wu & Chia-Chen Chao, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Pei-Fen Hsu, Special Education Consultant, Taiwan
P29. A Study on Developing the Family Support System for the New
Immigrant Families with Disabled Children
Tsang-Kai Chang, University of Taipei, Taiwan
P30. An Autistic Female’s Perspective on Empathy
Yen-Wen Hsiao & Chia-Chen Chao, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Area : Teacher Education and Professional Development
P31. Radiation and Food after Fukushima
Mitsuko Ukai, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
P32. Student Teachers’ Critical Incidents in Internship
Hanwen Zheng, Lingnan Normal University, China
P33. Misconceptions of Legitimate Discipline: The Case of
Elementary School Teachers in Taiwan
Tsai-Yuan Chung & Ming-Chun Chen, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Kuang-Wen Tsao, National Taipei University, Taiwan
Ya-Hwei Hwang, Tao-Yuan Municipal Chung-Shan Elementary
School, Taiwan
P34. Indicators for Assessing Sustainable Schools Transform into
Community Environmental Learning Centers
Trai-Shar Kao, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Yu-shen Wen, Tai-shan Elementary School, Taiwan
Chien Chuang, Wu-Fu Elementary School, Taiwan
Poster Session 4
Nov. 5 (Wed) / 13:10-13:50
Gong-Cheng Complex 2F
Area : Other related issues
P35. International Contribution Implemented by Hokkaido
University of Education to the Independent State of Samoa
Noriaki Kariya & Kenichi Ohashi, Hokkaido University of
Education, Japan
P36. A Study of University Students Internet Usage Behavior
Shuo-Fei Chen, Yu Da University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Pei-Yu Lee, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
P37. The Exploration of Peace Education in American and
Implications for Education
Pei-Yu Lee, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
P38. The Effects of Anger-management Program on the Anger
Expression of Elementary School Second Grade Students
Wen-Wan Chang, Taipei Municipal XinYi Elementary School,
Taiwan
Wei-Fang Lin, University of Taipei, Taiwan
P39. Recognition of ‘Design’ in Arts and Crafts among Education
College Students
Jieun Lee, Hokkaido University of Education, Japan
P40. Comparison of the Performance of Taiwanese Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention-deficit / Hyperactivity
Disorder on Multi-Dimensional Attention Tests
Chia-Chen Chao, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Li-Jhen Jhao, MingZhi Elementary School, Taiwan
Chung-hsun Chang & Shan-Ting Deng, University of Taipei, Taiwan
P41. The Study of Adjustment in School for Special Situation
Juvenile
Teu-chen Huang, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan
P42. A Post-occupancy Evaluation of the Reuse of School Vacant
Spaces: Case of Primary Schools
Trai-shar Kao, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Yi-jen Tsai, National Taipei University, Taiwan
Hui-fen Kao, National Museum of Natural Science, Taiwan
P43. The Present Conditions of the Motor Ability of Infant and
Future Problem about the Exercise Instruction of Infant in
Japan
Kuchino Takashi, Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan
Kadota Riyoko, Nakamura Gakuen University, Japan
Unno Yuzo, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Kanegae Junichi, Kyushu Junior College of Kinki University, Japan
Kurokawa Tetsuya, Miyagi University of Education, Japan
Tsuzuki Tomohiko, Seinan Gakuin University, Japan
P44. The Differences of Physical Activities in Daytime between
Kindergarten and 1st Grade of Elementary School
Toshihiro Nakajima, Hokkaido University of Science
Nobuhiro Ishizawa & Rio Nakamichi, Hokkaido University of
Education, Japan
Yoshimi Akino, Hokkaido University of Science, Japan
Akane Akizuki & Isao Kambayashi, Hokkaido University of
Education, Japan
P45. Group Social-emotional Intervention and Parent Consultation
Program for Taiwanese High-functioning Children with Autism
Spectrum Disorder
Mei-Yun Hsu, YuNing Psychiatry Clinic, Taiwan
Chia-Chen Chao, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Yi-Hsuan Huang, Cathay General Hospital, Taiwan
Yu-Yu Wu, YuNing Psychiatry Clinic, Taiwan
P46. Emotional and Behavioral Problems of Taiwanese Children with
High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder
Chia-Chen Chao, Yi-Hsuan Wang, I-Hwey Wu, & Ting Wang,
University of Taipei, Taiwan
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