新營社區大學徵求優良師資

新營社區大學徵求優良師資

社區大學涵納了不同領域、背景的學員,透過教與學的互動,
提升自我價值,培養對公眾事務的關心與行動,
若您認同社大理念,對成人教學有熱誠,
願意貢獻您的專長,與我們一起進步,竭誠歡迎您……。

師資需求

特別徵求國際語文、臺灣文史、傳統藝術、植物栽種、產業文化資產、數位攝影等專長講師。

1. 講師應聘後,將劃於106年秋季班課程

2.為擴展、深化社大課程,也長期招募下列師資

社會與文化學群│
語言學習、民俗文史田野調查達人(導讀解說、常民文物書寫)、時事案例與議題探討(環境正義、新移民、勞工、性別等)

環境與產業學群│
農業文化(熟知地方節氣、耕作、俗諺)、文化資產(糖業、運輸業、紙業)與環境變遷

生命與技藝學群│
裁縫專業、紀錄片拍攝、技藝傳承(社區傳統工藝類、民俗藝陣)、手作工藝(竹編、木雕、編織教學、皮革製品、手作包包布雜貨等)

活化與創新學群│
地方與文化創意產業概念、傳統建築領域達人、閒置空間再利用(文化資產經營)、行銷企劃、博物館學、文創相關領域、美學鑒賞(音樂、電影、建築等)、插畫、繪本賞析及創作

應徵方式

請下載「講師資料表」&「課程規劃表
填寫資料完畢後,寄至至新營社大電子信箱:sycutn@gmail.com
來信請於信件主旨註明「106-2師資應徵_姓名」

截止日期  106年04月20日(四)

新師試講  預計106年05月04日(四)晚上進行試講,如時間有所變動將提前通知,地點:新營社區大學校本部(台南市新營區東山路11號)

(為使社大更了解您的課程與教學,故安排試講。 我們將再通知詳細時間,請您務必到場。)

台南市新營社區大學
新營社區大學校本部(台南市新營區東山路11號)

學區|新營區、鹽水區、柳營區、後壁區、白河區、東山區
辦學方向|活化社區文化資產,培力社會文化公民
四大學群|社會與文化學群、環境與產業學群、生命與技藝學群、活化與創新學群

新營社區大學106年春季班 徵求優良師資

新營社區大學106年春季班

徵求優良師資

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社區大學涵納了不同領域、背景的學員,透過教與學的互動,

提升自我價值,培養對公眾事務的關心與行動,

若您認同社大理念,對成人教學有熱誠,

願意貢獻您的專長,與我們一起進步,竭誠歡迎您……。

 

師資需求

特別徵求英語、書法、樂器、繪畫等專長講師。

 

並長期招募以下師資:

社會與文化學群│

語言學習、民俗文史田野調查達人(導讀解說、常民文物書寫)、時事案例與議題探討(環境正義、新移民、勞工、性別等)

環境與產業學群│

農業文化(熟知地方節氣、耕作、俗諺)、文化資產(糖業、運輸業、紙業)與環境變遷

生命與技藝學群│

裁縫專業、紀錄片拍攝、技藝傳承(社區傳統工藝類、民俗藝陣)、手作工藝(竹編、木雕、編織教學、皮革製品、手作包包布雜貨等)

活化與創新學群│

地方與文化創意產業概念、傳統建築領域達人、閒置空間再利用(文化資產經營)、行銷企劃、博物館學、文創相關領域、美學鑒賞(音樂、電影、建築等)、插畫、繪本賞析及創作

 

應徵方式

請下載「講師資料表」&「課程規劃表

填寫資料完畢後,寄至至新營社大電子信箱:sycutn@gmail.com

 

來信請於信件主旨註明「106-1師資應徵_姓名」

截止日期 105年10月26日(三)

新師試講 105年11月10日(四)晚上7點,新營社區大學校本部(台南市新營區東山路11號)

(為使社大更了解您的課程與教學,故安排試講。如試講時間有異動,我們將再通知詳細時間,請您務必到場。)

 

台南市新營社區大學(校本部:台南市新營區東山路11號)

學區範圍|新營區、鹽水區、柳營區、後壁區、白河區、東山區

辦學方向|活化社區文化資產,培力社會文化公民

四大學群|社會與文化學群、環境與產業學群、生命與技藝學群、活化與創新學群

更多課程領域……期待您的加入!

如有相關疑問敬請來電洽談 電話: 06-6326927

 

Sing-Ying Community Introduction

School Mission: Revive the community’s cultural assets and empower cultural citizens of society

In 2010, the former Tainan County and Tainan City used “the capital of historical culture” as the main appeal to officially merge and become a municipality. This allowed the school to expand upon its existing school mission by thinking more deeply on how to respond to this regional change and implement the community college’s vision. After more than one year of discussions and planning, the school proposed as its future school mission to “revive the community’s cultural resources and empower cultural citizens of society”. It is with high hopes that the knowledge on local culture built over the years can help to focus attention towards the preservation and revival of the community’s cultural assets, and empower knowledgeable and action-orientated cultural citizens.

 

School Vision:

 

  1. Through “the liberation of knowledge for a civil society” to establish the subjectivity of adult learning: The liberation of knowledge is more than just freeing content of higher education from the ivory tower; it’s to give everyday people the chance to access and use this knowledge at will. At the same time, it is also about understanding that knowledge is more than just books and talking; instead, it should be the power used to transform the community into a civil society.
  2. Through “forming clubs and public participation” to promote the commonality of adult learning: The school promotes courses on public affairs and encourages students to form public affair clubs. The school hopes that through these courses and clubs, students will learn how to assemble groups, participate in public affairs, care for their community, and develop further in this area.
  3. Through “community training and local knowledge” to build the localization of adult learning: The community college must become a good partner of the community. By creating an atmosphere of learning, training community talents, increasing community awareness, and organizing local knowledge, the school can become a long-term companion and find its place within the community.
  4. Through “respecting others and communicating as equals” to encourage the diversity of adult learning: The community college is made up of members from diverse backgrounds. Teachers and students each lead rich yet vastly different lives, with different life experiences in their current stages in life; they have different views of the world, showcasing a coexisting society of individuals and groups from disparate ethnicities, genders, regions, and ages in Taiwan.