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中國文化大學 教育學院

Chinese Culture University, College of Education
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本學院成立於民國89年,為全國私立大學最先奉准設立之教育學院。
本校創校之初,創辦人張其昀先生即有設立教育學院之議,但因限於國家教育政策,迭有稽延。及至民國80年代政府修法開放師資培育制度之後,本校先於84學年度奉准設立「教育學程中心」,復於87學年度奉准設立教育學系,乃著手整合校內既有之師資、設備及空間等資源,調整(一)原屬文學院之教育學系與教育學程中心,(二)原屬理學院之體育學系、國術學系、運動教練研究所,以及(三)原屬法學院之兒童福利研究所等單位,規劃成立教育學院。
而自109學年度起,為增強學院專業特質,體育、技擊運動暨國術、運動與健康促進等3學系,以及運動教練研究所碩士班與博士班,奉准改隸新成立之「體育運動健康學院」。
本學院首任院長為我國教育史名家伍振鷟教授,任期自民國89年8月1日起至92年7月31日止,為學院之發展,奠定了扎實的基礎。
第二任院長由知名教育哲學家歐陽教教授接任,任期自92年8月1日起至99年7月31日止,為學院之發展,建立了現有的規模。
現任院長張建成教授,專攻教育社會學,自民國99年8月1日起接任。 目前本學院設有教育學系、心理輔導學系(含碩士班)以及(中學)師資培育中心等單位。

目標與願景

本學院秉諸本校「質樸堅毅」之校訓,訂定「全人、多元、專業」之辦學方針,致力落實全人教育,以培養人格健全、身心健康,並且具備多元能力、敬業精神及國際視野之教育及輔導領域專門人才。
在此目標之下,本學院期望涵養學生在文化與藝術、公民與倫理、專業與科學等方面的基本素養,以及在學術研究、專業服務、社會實踐、文化承啟等方面的核心能力,務期彼等退可安身立命,獨善其身,進則繼往開來,兼善天下。
展望未來,本學院擬假十年工夫,充實各項人力物力資源,站穩國內私立大學教育相關院系所之領先位置。相關發展策略如下:
一、活化教學功能,統合理論與實務,開展本學院文理兼備、身心交融之系所特色。
二、深化學術研究,基礎建設與行動誘因雙管齊下,全面激發研究動能及產能,厚植學術實力與聲譽。
三、強化組織結構,因應全球趨勢、國家需求與本院特色,調整系所發展重點,完善全院之競爭質量。

A Brief History of College of Education

Our college, founded in 2000, is the first college of education in private university ever authorized by MOE in Taiwan.
Since the establishment of CCU, our founder Prof. Chang Chi-Yun had had in his mind to establish an education college. Due to the national education policy, however, there have been several delays. After the revision of the Teacher Education Act in the 1990s, our school was authorized to found the "Center of Teacher Education" in 1995, and then to set up the Department of Education in 1998. From then on, we have started to coordinate campus resources, including teaching force, facilities, space and so on, and organized the following units into the College of Education: (1) Department of Education and Center of Teacher Education formerly affiliated to the College of Liberal Arts, (2) Department of Physical Education, Department of Chinese Martial Arts and Graduate Institute of Sports Coaching Science formerly affiliated to the College of Science, and (3) Child Welfare Research Institute formerly affiliated to the College of Law.
Since the academic year 2020/21, for the enhancement of professionality, three departments – Department of Physical Education, Department of Combat Sports and Chinese Martial Arts, and Department of Sports and Health Promotion – and the Graduate Institute of Sports Coaching Science, have been integrated into a new-founded college, College of Physical Education, Sports and Health.
The first Dean of our college is Professor Wu, Zhen-zhuo, a noted scholar in the history of Chinese education. During his term from August 1, 2000 to July 31, 2003, Dean Wu lay a solid foundation for the development of our college. Professor Ouyang, Jiaw, a distinguished philosopher of education, became Dean of our college on August 1, 2003. Before his retirement on July 31, 2010, Dean Ouyang has built the current organizational structure for our college. Our current Dean, Professor Chang Chien-chen, specializing in sociology of education, took office on August 1, 2010.
At present, our college is comprised of Department of Education, Department of Counseling Psychology (including master's degree program), and Center of Teacher Education.

Mission and vision

On the basis of the founding principles-modesty and perseverance –of CCU, our collage set up holisticity, diversity and professionality as its mission and is committed to providing holistic education, preparing students to become professionals across disciplines of education and counseling with good character, physical and mental health, multiple abilities, work ethic and global vision. To fulfill the missions, we endeavor to cultivate students’ core competences in academic research, professional services, social praxis and cultural transmission and transformation. By so doing, students are going to be well equipped for the betterment of themselves and of the human race.
Within the next ten years, our college is going to increase its human and material resources and by means of which maintain its leading position in education-related departments and colleges among private universities. The development strategies are as follows:
1. Activating teaching and learning to integrate theory and practice.
2. Boosting research momentum and productivity to solidify our academic strength and reputation.
3. Revamping our organizational structure in line with the global trends to raise our competitiveness in quality and quantity.