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Video Teaching of Long-distance Accompanied Reading Had Improved the Tribal Children’ Schoolwork

  • 更新時間:2019/01/23 14:37:15

The Council of Indigenous Peoples would hold the wrap-up presentation and award ceremony of the “Long-distance Accompanied Reading of Tribal Schools in 2018” on the 5th floor of Kaohsiung International Conference Center at 9:30 a.m. on January 12, 2019 (Saturday). About 200 people of students from universities and tribal primary students gathered there. The activity plan would be presented in the form of sports meeting. College students would lead primary school students to play dynamic physical games combined with the levels of subject knowledge. They had a tense and exciting competition together, showing each other’s excellent tacit understanding and motivity.

In order to improve the learning effect of tribal children and overcome the limitation of the geographical environment in the rural areas, the Council said that through the one-to-one video teaching system and the full use of network technology, the college and primary students could go online in real time to make the zero-distance schoolwork come true, thereby guiding the tribal children to form good reading habits and virtue education.

The coverage of the 2018 Tribal student long-distance accompanied reading service included: Miaoli County, Kaohsiung City, Pingtung County, Hualien County and Taitung County, etc.. And there were 12 Tribal Library Information Stations to provide assistance. There were 206 tribal primary students engaging in accompanied reading and 243 college students from Donghua University, Taitung University, National Taichung University of Education and I-Shou University were trained. It was the third year since the Plan had been implemented and the schoolwork of tribal children showed significant progresses, which was deeply affirmed and supported by the teachers and parents. Students’ potentials and academic performance were stimulated through the digital education and services. The Council would continue to upscale the Plan. Students of grade 3 to 9 in tribal areas, or those recommended by “resident counselors” for their service bases (subject to parental consent), would be the target of this Plan. It was hoped to bring tribal children more abundant learning resources and cultivate more excellent talents.

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