Exploring Creative Education Practices and Implications: A Case study of National Chengchi University, Taiwan

Authors

  • Hui Li Institute of Education, Xiamen University
  • Shoukat Iqbal Khattak School of Business Administration, Jimei University
  • Chui Suan Hoh Department of Planning, Development and Research, Ministry of Education

Keywords:

Creative Education, Creativity, Taiwan, National Chengchi University, Creative talents

Abstract

Globalization has led to intense demand for diverse, multi-talent, and creative workforce to sustain market competitiveness, innovation, and corporate performance, while simultaneously intensifying challenges for higher education to transform. In Taiwan, universities have responded by formalizing and continuously restructuring their overall systems to cultivate creative talents for sustainable growth. The study has examined the practices that enable creative education at the National Chengchi University (NCCU) using data from different sources, i.e., semi-structured interviews, content analysis, and personal observations. Current findings suggest that creative education at NCCU is characterized by supporting environment and resources; interdisciplinary faculty teams; innovative HR practices for student recruitment; rich course content focused on students’ holistic development; teaching methods based on students’ experience, interaction, and teamwork; and conducive environment for creative learning.

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Published

2019-12-31

How to Cite

Hui Li, Shoukat Iqbal Khattak, & Chui Suan Hoh. (2019). Exploring Creative Education Practices and Implications: A Case study of National Chengchi University, Taiwan. Journal of Business and Economic Analysis, 2(2), 95-111. Retrieved from http://jbea-sbe.org/index.php/jbea/article/view/16

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General