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The specific practice of ""Last Mile"" for the universities of technology and science-The recommendation of ""Topping Teaching Plan""
LIN CHYI RU
Chen Ching Yaw
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-23 13:41:35 (UTC+8)|
The appeal of “Last mile” has double purposes. One is to help industries to find the suitable talents. The other is to help students to find the job they want when they graduate from school. In order to achieve these two purposes, the academic has to focus on two things. One is that the academic brings the requirements of industries into line with the curriculum design. The other is how the academic does away with the myth that the ability of the students graduated from the universities of technology and science is not good enough. The research, hence, introduces the “Topping” teaching plan to replace the “Sandwich” teaching plan. We advance two arguments. Firstly, we are concerned about how really make up the gap between the learning and practice. In addition to putting the requirements of industries on the curriculum design, the purpose of “Topping” teaching plan is to help students to participate the practice teaching to shorten the gap of theory and practice. Secondly, we are concerned about the myth of student’s ability. The practice teaching in the last semester can be regarded as the probation period of regular employee. It is helpful for industries to assess the probationers in whole picture to counter these two points of view, “Topping” teaching plan should meet the ideal of “graduate is being employed”. It is the real specific practice of “Last mile” advocated by the academic and industries.
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