Tag: Teaching and Learning the Arts,


Teaching Cross Cultural Communication Course Through Content Based Instruction: Curriculum Design and Learner Perspectives in an EFL Context

This study intends to introduce a content based curriculum design for the course “cross cultural communication” in an EFL context. It also explores students’ perspectives regarding their perceived learning outcome with both content knowledge and language skills. Sixty non-English major EFL students from a university in Northern Taiwan participated in this study. Content knowledge from


New Ceramics Out of Brunei Darussalam: A Teaching Exhibition

“New Ceramics Out of Brunei Darussalam: A Teaching Exhibition” was a recent studio-based exhibition of ceramic sculptures from local clay found on the University of Brunei Darussalam (UBD) campus, Brunei Darussalam. Geiger-Ho’s solo exhibition represented a body of work and its relationship to Brunei’s creative industries. Geiger-Ho’s exhibition was intended to be a teaching model


Constructing a Rubrics of Peer Assessment Applied on Online Course in 2D Animation Production

The continues controversy about the fairness on peer assessment. However, in MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) environment, a huge amount of assignment had to use in peer assessment. According to the previous research, constructing a rubrics could help learners understand the evaluation criteria and improve the fairness issue. However, the literature of rubrics which was


Design and Developing Technology Integrated into Learning Origami: Using the Origami of One Straight Cut as an Example

Students can learn effectively through folding paper to observe and investigate the property of geometry. Therefore, origami is becoming valuable to learn. The action of folding paper can train the concepts of geometry like spatial abilities, line symmetry and hand-eye-brain coordination. The main purpose of the study is to investigate the effect of technology integrated