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    Title: 我國獎勵大學教學卓越計畫北二區教學資源中心之研究
    Other Titles: A study on the Second Northern Taiwan Teaching Resource Center under the policy for program of Promoting Teaching Excellence of Universities
    Authors: 陳鈺方;Chen, Yu-Fang
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士班
    楊瑩;Yang, Ying
    Keywords: 高等教育;一流大學;教學卓越;區域教學資源中心;Higher education;world-class universities;teaching excellence;regional teaching resource center
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:19:39 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究主要是採取半結構式訪談法,以自行編製之訪談大綱作為研究工具,探討獎勵大學教學卓越計畫下設置的北二區教學資源中心之執行情形。本研究之主要目的包括:
    一、了解我國獎勵教學卓越計畫的沿革發展。
    二、探討北二區教學資源中心的組織運作情形。
    三、瞭解案例學校與區域教學資源中心的合作情形。
    四、探討案例學校推行計畫時所面臨之困境與解決策略。
    本研究針對北二區區域教學資源中心之六所案例學校作為訪談對象,訪談該六所案例學校計畫團隊的成員,含計畫主任及助理共9人。根據本研究訪談結果,歸納出結論如下:
    一、北二區由中心學校為首,包含十二所夥伴學校,同時針對其中尚未獲得邁向頂尖大學或教學卓越計畫補助學校,設計主題式合作計畫。
    二、北二區教學資源整合分享計畫實施後,各校教師之教學品質與學生之學習表現皆獲得改善。
    三、北二區教學資源整合分享計畫的推動與教育部核撥經費的速度與各校之間的距離有必要關係。
    四、各校行政與教學單位的配合程度、計畫主持人的視野、成員的向心力與共識均是影響北二區教學資源整合分享計畫執行的關鍵因素。
    五、執行北二區教學資源整合分享計畫主要面臨「計畫宣傳不周」等四項困境。

    本研究最後根據研究發現與結論,提出相關建議,藉以提供教育主管單位、大學校院以及後續研究之參考。
    This study mainly aims, via adopting the methods of semi-structured interview and document analysis, to explore the implementation of related programs of the Second Northern Taiwan Teaching Resource Center. In so doing, a self-designed interview schedule was used, and 9 staff in the 6 partner universities were interviewed. The main purpose of this study include:
    1.To understand the development of the Program of Promoting Teaching Excellence of Universities in Taiwan.
    2. To explore the actual operation of the Second Northern Taiwan Regional Teaching Resource Center.
    3.To analyze the practice of cooperation among the central universities and partner universities in the above-mentioned centre.
    4. To understand the problems and difficulties faced by the selected 6 universities, and strategies they adopted accordingly.
    The conclusions of this study can be summarized as follows:
    1.The Second Northern Taiwan Teaching Resource Center was headed by 2 central universities in cooperation of 12 partner universities, including those obtaining the grants from the project of Aiming towards the world-class University and those in the project of Promoting Teaching Excellence Universities. All universities involved designed their own thematic collaborative projects.
    2. The implementation of the related projects has resulted in the improvement of teaching quality of teachers and learning outcome of students on the whole.
    3. The funding procedure of the Ministry of Education for the related projects, as well as the geographical distance, have, to some extents, affected the effectiveness of related projects.
    4.There are many factors affecting the effectiveness of the Program and the thematic collaborative projects, including the visions of the chairing persons of various projects in each universities, the degree of cooperation among administrative and teaching staff, and consensus of participants.
    5. The most serious problem faced in the center among the 4 main problems was the insufficient promotion and advocacy of each projects. 
      Based on the above conclusions, related suggestions were proposed for the reference of policy reform in the future.
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