To Incorporate CDIO into Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Participation Project

To Incorporate CDIO into Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Participation Project

Y. Lee, W. Hsu, C. Teng, B. Lee, J. Wu, V. Wang (2018).  To Incorporate CDIO into Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Participation Project. 9.

For the purpose of improving students’ ability to deal with real life issues, Fen Chia University has adopted a “problem-based learning” orientation, hoping that “Standard 7: integrated learning experiences” will enhance students’ social and humanistic solicitude. To demonstrate the efforts, this paper will introduce a series of courses which are conducted in association with Taiwan Fund for Children and Family (a NPO) and aim at solving the issues regarding underprivileged families on an offshore island – Peng Hu. In these courses, students from different backgrounds would work in teams to make contributions to solutions; an interdisciplinary group of teachers would adopt “teaching and learning based on active experiential learning methods” under CDIO concept, helping students gradually build up their “ability to act and solve problems” and acquire the basic knowledge of “service ethics.” Conjointly, the full participation of mentors and a thorough field investigation would ensure feasible projects that can solve the issues of underprivileged families in Peng Hu. 

Authors (New): 
Yao Chuan Lee
Wei Chieh Hsu
Chun Wen Teng
Bing Jean Lee
Ju Chuan Wu
Vey Wang
Pages: 
9
Affiliations: 
Feng Chia University, Taiwan
Keywords: 
CDIO
Integrate Learning Experiences
Social Innovation
Entrepreneurship Participation
CDIO Standard 1
CDIO Standard 2
CDIO Standard 3
CDIO Standard 5
CDIO Standard 7
CDIO Standard 8
CDIO Standard 11
CDIO Standard 12
Year: 
2018-01-01 00:00:00
Reference: 
Dennis Sale and Sin Moh Cheah (2017). Pedagogy for Evidence-Based Flipped Classroom - Part 1: Framework, Paper presented at the 13 th International CDIO Conference, University of Calgary, Canada.: 
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