In collaboration with National Kaohsiung Normal University (NKNU), in 2018, QCEF applied teaching aids from the University, together with QCEF teacher-skill-improvement courses, teachers have shown increasing adaptability to the computer programing courses despite limited proficiency, gaining enthusiasm and passion for integrating technology-based education in their curriculum. Results show that through the experience, teachers and students alike become proficient in programming to go with the international trends in technology and impressively, compete in international robotics competition!
These courses integrate technology with life experience such as computing the effects of traffic lights, reversing radars and other like commodities in life. Breaking the stereotype that education is difficult, QCEF implements a modular design lesson, nurturing teachers’ passion and imagination in science and technology through the practice of this unique program. Cultivating their sense of confidence, the experience allows teachers from diverse backgrounds to integrate technology into their curriculum, inspiring creative potential, reigniting their passion for teaching and evolving education.