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    Title: 空軍航空技術學院實施建教合作教育可行性之研究
    Other Titles: A study of the practicability of cooperative education programs in the air force institute of technology
    Authors: 王德恩;Wang, De-ne
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班
    楊朝祥;Yung, Kirby C.
    Keywords: 產學合作;建教合作;空軍航空技術學院;Industry-University Cooperation;Cooperative Education;Air Force Institute of Technology
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:15:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討目前國內、外技專院校辦理建教合作教育現況及意見,進而改善空軍航空技術學院現行教育方式。研究對象針對產、學界和建教合作教育有關人員及軍事校院及軍事單位進行調查,內容包括對國內、外學校及主要國家軍事校院實施建教合作教育現況的現況、缺失及改革意見等。經研究發現,教育部所訂必修課程比例過高,壓縮學生學習專業實務時間,致使理論與實務課程無法結合。另發現空軍航空技術學院學程與各部隊任務似有落差,故應與部隊相互合作,朝向「建教合作教育」方式實施教學為長遠發展考量,並由空軍司令部協助規劃成立「空軍航空技術學院建教合作教育顧問委員會」,以符合「即訓即用」政策為前題,進行各項評估作業,期使學校教育與部隊任務相結合,以提升空軍技勤人員素質。
    This study aimed at exploring the practicability of cooperation education programs at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT). Opinions from related personnel of industry and academia fields were investigated. Cooperative education programs in domestic and abroad military academies were also surveyed to understand their status and demerits. After analyzing all the data collected, it was discovered that there were too many courses required by the Ministry of Education, which affected and compressed students’ professional practicing time. As a result, the quality of the AFIT’s education programs cannot meet the need of Air Force’s active duties. It is therefore recommended that AFIT should adopt cooperation education to meet the needs of Air Force’s active duty units for its long-term development. The Air force Command should assist in the planning and building up the Educational Advisory Board of Cooperation Education at the Air Force Institute of Technology. This practice would meet the policy of training just in time and proceed with all necessary evaluations to ensure the quality of training.
    Based on the findings of this study, recommendations to the Ministry of Education, the Air Force Command, and the Air Force Institute of Technology were proposed:
    1. to the Ministry of Education
    a. Allow school/institute to implement technical and vocational training courses without too many restrictions,
    b. Encourage students to get at least a diploma and a professional certificate upon their graduation.
    c. Commend those persons or schools that contribute to the cooperation education programs.
    2. to the Air Force Command
    a. Establish a special sub-unit to handle cooperation education related affairs, as well as to act as the window to Ministry of Education on course planning of the cooperation education programs.
    b.Assist the Air Force Institute of Technology to set up an advisory board to evaluate the quality of cooperative education programs.
    c.Study the specialties need of the active duties of cadets, and to develop and implement the cooperation education programs accordingly to these results.
    3. to the Air Force Institute of Technology
    a. Invite representatives from all active duty units to discuss the learning goals of each training phase, and use these goals as the primary index for achievement evaluation.
    b. Relocate the fiscal budgets according to the need of cooperation education programs.
    c. Encourage teaching staffs to get involved with active duty units to be aware of new knowledge needed for their students.
    d. Hold orientation programs for the faculty and students of the cooperation education programs.
    e. Describe cooperation education programs in the student’s handbook to facilitate their learning.
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