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Searching for Coordinates in History: NCCU Assisted K-12 Education Administration in MOE to Shape History Education
2017-11-02
Report by Office of Research and Development, NCCU

In 2016, Humanities Research Center in NCCU was also authorized by the K-12 Education Administration, Ministry of Education to execute the project of “Searching for Coordinates in History, ” which built historical knowledge database with lots of keywords (entries) to provide students a path to learn autonomously, reduced the teaching hours in history in high school, and provided the solution of repetitive contents in teaching.

Whei-ming Chou, the Director of Humanities Research Center, explained that the so-called coordinate point is like the stars and the Moon which could guide the direction for those lost in the desert. This means the coordinates in history are made of the critical historical events, composed of two elements— time series and understanding the truth.

Humanities Research Center was not only dedicated to the expansion of the learning platform, but also the combination of images, documents and films to make history presented its authenticity. In the trend of digitalization, building a large scale of historical concept has brought significant benefits— more dynamic and attractive for students’ learning and teachers’ teaching.

The Humanities Research Center made every effort to organize lectures, workshops and teacher training camps at all levels of schools in Taiwan, and co-operate with several teachers from high schools to assist their teaching with the research results. They hoped that the connections with historical development could be conveyed directly via the database. 

Besides, Humanities Research Center has published many scholarly monographs and the whole series in 13 volumes about Mr. Chiang Kai-shek in the War of Resistance against Japan, which held an indispensable position of literature review in the history of the Second Sino-Japanese War. In the process of compilation, the Center added annotations and amendments for Chiang Kai-shek’s Chronological Event Transcripts, and also made the missing draft completed. It had a great influence on the future studies in modern Chinese history.

Whei-Ming Chou said that NCCU was originated from “Central Party Affairs School”, which was established by Chiang Kai-shek. It had far-reaching historical significance and status as NCCU compiled the series of Mr. Chiang Kai-shek in the War of Resistance against Japan.

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