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    Title: From Employers’ Satisfaction to Review the Effectiveness of Teaching
    Authors: CHANG, Horng-jinh;WANG, Whe-min
    Keywords: Pressure source;Employers' satisfaction;Education reform
    Date: 2016-08-28
    Issue Date: 2017-04-18 02:11:29 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: DEStech Pub li ca tions, Inc.
    Abstract: Higher education combining with technical and vocational education is the developing
    trend in past two decades in Taiwan, not only giving personnel training but also applying to the
    development of the national economy, so curriculum design of school must be adjusting to the
    needs of enterprises. Due to escalating of young generation unemployment problem, from
    employers’ view, we found that entrepreneurs’ attitude toward the moral of college graduates were
    highly positive, which indicated business attitude in the workplace toward college graduates’
    performance were impressive. On the academic pressure, we found that students’ feeling about the
    pressure of social environment is the highest value of all, followed by the curriculum design and
    learning anxiety. Therefore, we recommend that appropriate adjustments on teaching methods for
    changing business needs and requirements, increase more outside campus internship opportunities,
    and improve learning and usage drop to meet the expectations of the society.
    Relation: DEStech Pub li ca tions, Inc.
    Appears in Collections:[管理科學學系暨研究所] 會議論文

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