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Center for General Education

Center for General Education

     

    Center for General Education - Philosophy of Religion

     

    Course Name

    Philosophy of Religion

    Course ID

    GQ101K

    Course credits

    2

    Teaching hourly fee

    2

    Teacher

    Lin Hsiung-Chien

    Department/Grade

    Required basic general education courses

    Required/Elective course

    Require

    1

    Type of Service

    (Multiple options allowed)

    Educational counseling  Information technology  Creative design

    Community development  Marketing and promotion  Social service  

    International care  Cultural archives  Environmental protection  

    Others ____________________

    2

    Recitals

    (Evaluation on Service Programs)

    Following the increasing divorce rate, the aging society is upcoming, while the economy is not improved significantly. Accordingly, the social problems emerge constantly and the family structure is thereby impacted adversely. We hope to train the university students to contact the social underprivileged earlier and treat social problems and family problems seriously through the course, so that the young people may be able to solve social problems in a broader sense.

    3

    Objectives of Plan

    Enable students to enjoy “benefiting others” through the service action.

    4

    Cooperative entities

    Name of Organization or Community receiving the service:
     I-Link Community Services Association, Taoyuan City 

    Service Recipient  Junior high school and elementary school students, seniors; Number of service recipients: 350persons (Not the number of trainees)

    5

    Objectives of Courses

    Enable the service providers to experience that “Philanthropy is the Basis for Happiness” and the service recipients to get the help they desire.

    6

    Model and contents of implementation of service programs

    (to the contents of courses for 18 weeks on a weekly basis)

    Week

    Service learning stage

    Remark

    1-2

    Preparation

    Introduction to the contents of courses and service unit’s mission.

    3-6

    Service/action

    Physical participation: Trainers do and students watch, and trainers do and students do too.

    7

    Introspection/review

    1st review: students’ feedback and trainers’ suggestions

    8-11

    Service/action

    Physical participation: Trainers do and students do too, and students do and trainers watch.

    12

    Introspection/review

    2nd review: trainers’ suggestions, students’ feedback and review

    13-17

    Service/action

    Independent implementation

    18

    Celebration/presentation of results

    Presentation of results

    Please added the lines, if necessary.

    7

    Total service learning hours

    Total course hours: 36 hours

    Students’ actual service hours: 26 hours

    Number of student teams: 10 teams; a total of 60 persons.

    Total number of service recipients: 350 persons*13 times=4,550  (number of service recipients*number of frequency)

    8

    Descriptions about expected students’ growth in professions

    We hope that the students participating the course may exercise their own majors through the service, and achieve a win-win situation in respect of educational counseling, IT, and marketing & promotion.

    9

    Anticipated benefits to be gained the service recipient

    1.        Help the disadvantaged service recipients to avoid ignoring their studies because of the difficulty in economy, and help them get rid of poverty thoroughly by education.

    2.        Help service recipients get appropriate care for their senior family members suffering from Dementia, if any, so that the family children may be concentrated on their work to maintain the family livelihood and reduce social problems about solitary people and abandonment.

    10

    Rating criteria

    (Please include the way to assess service programs.)

    40% for attendance (10% for attendance to class and 30% for attendance to service), 30% for attitude, and 30% for report on results and introspection.