原 PO - 國立中興大學
B4 請妳參考一下哦 Q. 去年課程怎麼進行? The class is divided in groups of five students. Each group gets an assignment to solve a wicked problem. The problems may relate to different countries and/or different industries. Each group will receive an assignment and an article in which the problem is outlined. Below are some examples of wicked problems. Example 1: How can the Indonesian government improve the quality of the educational system? Example 2: How can (new) transportation systems improve the air quality in China? Example 3: How can European and/or American consumers help to improve the working circumstances of workers in the textile industry in Bangladesh? Example 4: How can Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) from Taiwanese enterprises improve the livelihood of workers in recipient countries? Example 5: How can the local governments/municipalities/city councils in Japan improve the position of immigrants? Example 6: How can the Thai government reduce income inequality? Example 7: How can tourism help fight poverty in Sri Lanka? In the first session the students are asked to describe the problem from different perspectives (economic, sociological, political, etc). Then the students divide the perspectives and think of solutions from the perspective they have selected. The methodologies should be SMART (sustainable, measurable, affordable, reachable and transparent) Next, the students bring the solutions together and the group is asked to write a short report and a presentation in which they present their recommendations and proposals to tackle the problem. In the assessment, we will look at the depth of the different perspectives, evaluate how pragmatic the proposed solutions are and assess the originality of the recommendations. 最後,歡迎妳來報名親自體驗課程啦~