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Military Training Section

Military Training Section

 

  Teaching objectives
Ⅰ. Inspire ethnical spirits and motivate students’ patriotism.
Ⅱ. Enrich students’ military knowledge and realize the integrated civilian and military education.
Ⅲ. Cultivate favorable living habits of students and nurture noble characters.

  Teaching and Researching

  Currently, National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Sciences (NTUNHS) has two military training instructors. Regarding the courses, the lecturing subjects for freshmen are Leadership (first semester of freshmen) and War History of China and Foreign Countries (second semester of freshmen); the lecturing subjects for sophomore are Introduction to War (first semester of sophomore) and Military Strategy and Geography (second semester of sophomore). To enrich the teaching content, the section established a teaching research group based on the curriculum and enhance personal research experiences based on the content of the curriculum for joint research and advancement to facilitate the academic experiences, academic theories, and theoretical actions. In addition, the teaching methods are examined and improved through measures of regular trial lecturing and teaching for all parties, presence of the general military training instructor in classes weekly from time to time, and the implementation of questionnaire investigation by lecturing instructors before the end of courses to improve the teaching quality.
  Future Development
  Ⅰ. Improve the use of teaching medias and accelerate the exploration of military training computer resources to satisfy the learning demands of students.
Ⅱ. The military training program is prepared and planned in response to the resolution made at the “2nd Meeting of University Presidents in the 1993 School Year” on 12 January 1995: “Military training in universities shall be mandatory for freshmen and elective for sophomore and junior.”