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Li-Ching, Wang – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
Gender mainstreaming and gender equity education are specific practices for creating a gender-equitable society. Gender mainstreaming tools can be used to help educational institutions engage in more thorough consideration when implementing gender equity education. This article addresses gender mainstreaming, gender equity education, and the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Gender Differences, Equal Education, Sex Fairness
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Hou, Jie; Geng, Xin; Su, Zhenxing; Wang, Yutao – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
Medical humanistic quality is an indispensable quality that eligible doctors should possess, and medical humanism is strongly advocated and carried forward by contemporary medicine. These are commonly understood worldwide, and formed by reflection on medicine and medical education. Cultivation of medical humanism requires in-depth discussions of…
Descriptors: Humanism, Medical Education, Medical Students, Physicians
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Mei-Hui, You – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
Being a feminist teacher, working on gender equity education, including teaching, reading, writing, and doing research on this topic, has become a commitment for me. I have frequently reflected my teaching practices and occasionally found new teaching strategies in the classroom. I always try to bring new topics or issues into the classroom in…
Descriptors: Intimacy, Teaching Methods, Feminism, Sex Fairness
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Gao, Xing-Ya; Yu, Rong-Bin; Shen, Hong-Bing; Chen, Qi – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
To build an effective model to train excellent doctors, Nanjing Medical University has proposed a five- plus three-year combined undergraduate-master's clinical medicine degree program. The program integrates undergraduate education, the education of research students, and standardized doctor residency training into a single system, allowing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Education, Physicians, Medical Schools
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Hsiao-Chin, Hsieh; Shu-Ching, Lee – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
This article discusses the formation of gender equity education policies in Taiwan between 1995 and 1999. The first part of the article presents a general description of Taiwan's women's movement, the education reform movement, and the development of women's/gender studies after the lifting of martial law in 1987. The second part of the article…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Foreign Countries, Sex Fairness, Females
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Long, Ting; Qin, Danian – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
One major challenge of developing problem-based learning (PBL) curricula in medical schools in China is to meet the requirements of sufficient qualified PBL tutors. Since 2011, we have developed a modified group teaching approach where an experienced faculty tutor facilitates several small PBL student groups in a large class. Although our study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Problem Based Learning, Large Group Instruction, Medical Schools
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Shu-Ching, Lee – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
Gender education has been emphasized in Taiwan in recent years. Related research undertaken such as textbook reviewing and teachers' gender consciousness has pointed out potential problems in regard to gender in education. The process of shaping gender in a school per se has not yet been explored. This article aims to elaborate on how school…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Gender Issues, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Social Stratification
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Li-Ching, Wang; Yu-Hsien, Tseng; Keng-Yu, Cho; Cheng-Ting, Wu; Yi-Chia, Lin – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
This report primarily responds to the content of the Articles 10 and 12 regarding gender equity education in the governmental report made by the Taiwanese government in 2014 for CEDAW. In order to observe the obstacles and challenges facing gender equity education in our nation today, this report focuses on three aspects: gender diversity…
Descriptors: Gender Discrimination, Equal Education, Foreign Countries, Sex Education
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Xu, Yan; Dong, Zhe; Miao, Le; Ke, Yang – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
The five-year program is the main path for undergraduate medical training in China. Studies have shown that during the past eleven years, the scale of medical student enrollment increased annually with a relatively simple entrance exam. The ideas, teaching contents and methods, assessment and evaluation should be updated and improved. In general,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Education, Undergraduate Study, Enrollment
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Cui, Ying-Yu; Li, Si-Guang – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
Students' rating of teaching is widely used by university administrators to manage and evaluate teaching in China today. However, it is worthwhile to discuss and rethink carefully how to use this tool. Fifty students majoring in seven-year clinical medicine were asked to rate the class teaching of an integrated course for which the teaching reform…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Evaluation of Teacher Performance, College Students, Medical Students
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Hsaieh, Hsiao-Chin; Yang, Chia-Ling – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
While access to higher education has reached gender parity in Taiwan, the phenomenon of gender segregation and stratification by fields of study and by division of labor persist. In this article, we trace the historical evolution of Taiwan's education system and data using large-scale educational databases to analyze the association of…
Descriptors: College Entrance Examinations, Higher Education, Outcomes of Education, Institutional Characteristics
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Hsiao, Jau-Jiun – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
This article describes Taiwan's recent progress against sexual violations in schools, using the author's personal experience with case investigation work to observe changes in the sexual violation prevention landscape. Fifteen years ago, schools in Taiwan were either at a loss about how to handle sexual violation cases, or they engaged in passive…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Prevention, Victims, Legislation
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Wang, Qing – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
As an external review mechanism, accreditation has played a positive global role in quality assurance and promotion of educational reform. Accreditation systems for medical education have been developed in more than 100 countries including China. In the past decade, Chinese standards for basic medical education have been issued together with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Education, Accreditation (Institutions), Quality Assurance
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Kosik, Russell Oliver; Huang, Lei; Cai, Qiaoling; Xu, Guo-Tong; Zhao, Xudong; Guo, Li; Tang, Wen; Chen, Qi; Fan, Angela Pei-Chen – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
Today's doctor is as much a humanist as a scientist. Medical schools have responded to this change by introducing a variety of courses, most notably those concerning the humanities and ethics. Thus far, no one has examined the extent of use of these subjects in Chinese medical schools. The goal of this study is to determine how many and in what…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Education, Humanities Instruction, Ethical Instruction
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Su, Chien-Ling – Chinese Education and Society, 2014
The promotion of sex/gender equity education in Taiwan was initiated by a women's movement group, the Awakening Foundation in the late 1980s. In 1997, it became a policy in education. The passage of the Gender Equity Education Act in 2004 was a major milestone. At present, although gender equity education has been essentially institutionalized,…
Descriptors: Nongovernmental Organizations, Public Agencies, Gender Issues, Sex Education
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