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Michelle Phillips: Repairing (and Exploiting) the Underclass Image

Michelle Phillips spent her Fulbright year in Taiwan to research on the maid trade system and compares it with the one in Hong Kong. Because of her multilingual background, she can act as a bridge between employers and domestic workers. After trust was built with the domestic workers, she successfully

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Andrew Paulsen: Implementing Eastern Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching Math in Urban High Schools

Paulsen received Fulbright ‘Distinguished Awards in Teaching’ Scholar to research eastern mathematics pedagogy. Conducting most of his research on hundreds of classroom observations throughout Taiwan. Including Taiwanese teaching techniques, education policy, and culture, and offered recommendations on how to implement these ideas in urban schools throughout the United States. Andrew

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中國哲學、東方宗教與生態永續- 當代宗教生態學的新課題

     環境和生態危機的克服,需要的不只是知識和技術,還需要信念、規範和實踐,並將人類與物種和自然重新連結。啟蒙以來的現代化思維獨尊人類主體性,割裂人與自然世界整體之關聯。中國哲學和東方宗教不具此一主客分立、獨尊人類主體(主宰性)的特性。

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Brown in Taiwan: Episode 1

Like most educators who come from inner-city upbringings, Ms. Murdock is deeply passionate about creating safe spaces for developing critical thinking and learner identity, as well as facilitating equitable pedagogy in the classroom. Throughout this video, you will get a glance at Dominique’s research focus, her reflections on adapting to

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