Why should I expect different students? The boundary that needs to be broken most is the "professor" Looking at the above four points, if you say something that offends people, the main problem is that it all comes from the same kind of person, the professor. How many professors can guide students and act as life mentors? How many professors can let go of the things at hand and focus on them? How many professors can lead students to do special projects, and all fields have reached the industry standard? How many professors are willing to re-prepare lessons, re-adjust and improve for current trends?
With the above-mentioned "professional" people, how bulk sms service many people can go into the school to help and not just "volunteer"? And what kind of system can make the above things happen? Sorry, but the person who made the system is still a "professor". Guan Zhong, Min Mian, National Taiwan University graduate Chang Bao is enthusiastic and caring to cultivate cultural IQ Photo Credit: WebMD To talk about future universities and learner-centeredness, we must first acknowledge the problem. In the future, professors may not be needed, and even more likely, the current university will not be needed. After drawing so many big cakes, I just want to ask National
Taiwan University, do you dare to "break" from the halo of a professor, hire more and more suitable talents to replace "professor" with reasonable conditions, and implement future university plans? This article is published with the permission of the author, the original text is published here Further reading "Higher education innovation" has been shouted for 20 or 30 years and still can't do it, because the university that "does not pay attention to majors" is the university When students gave up National Taiwan University for 3.6 million yuan, the "death of the university" has been declared Universities are not divided into departments | Since college students are not used for their studies, it is better to