Team Profile
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    張俊彥 (Chun-Yen Chang)

    Dr. Chun-Yen Chang is a science education scholar in Taiwan. Currently, he serves as National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) Chair Professor, Director of Science Education Center (NTNU), Professor of the Graduate Institute of Science Education and the Department of Earth Sciences (NTNU). Over the past few years, he has been a Visiting Professor at the Taipei Medical University, The Education University of Hong Kong, and the Paris 8 University. Dr. Chang's major research interests include science education, e-Learning, interdisciplinary science learning and science communication.

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    簡佑達 (Yu-Ta Chien)

    Assistant Professor, National Taiwan Ocean University Teacher Development Center & Institute of Education.
    Expertise in digital learning environment design and research.

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    Tsung-Yen Li (Yan)

    Research Assistant, Science and Education Center, National Taiwan Normal University.
    Specialist programming, server research, database design and internet marketing.

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    曾元顯 (Yuen-Hsien Tseng)

    Associate Dean of School of Learning Informatics, Graduate Institute of Library & Information Science ,National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) (special thanks)


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Will Durant

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Roderick Stevens
Research Team

Mobile devices have already become a part of your and my daily life. In addition to the convenience of communication and data retrieval, can mobile devices become a powerful tool for promoting interaction between teachers and students?

With your mobile devices (such as smartphones, tablets or laptops), just log in to the CloudClassRoom (CCR) system that we developed and turn it into Interactive Response System (IRS or the so-called “the clicker” system) without installing additional software and hardware. It will help you keep the students’ concentration and participation in class activities. Not only does the CCR use the information equipment already built in Taiwan's current classroom environment, but also has the advantages of cross-platform and installation-free and supports the touch operation mode of tablet PCs and smartphones. Compared with the traditional IRS, CCR possesses more functional modules that can enhance the interaction between teachers and students, such as curriculum establishment and management, student list management, multimedia project preparation and quizzes (multiple choice questions, yes-no questions, open questions, and question groups), answering in groups, dynamic display of answers, statistical results output, automated classroom grouping, row-call records, students’ course of study, teacher and student role flipping, etc. It can also be integrated with the current popular course management systems (e.g. Moodle), connecting all learning activities inside and outside the classrooms. The team upholds the concept of academic freedom and promotion education which is why the CCR System is free to be used by teachers and students at all levels of schools in Taiwan. At present, there are more than 400 teachers registered accounts and more than 3,000 students using it. Professor Chang Chun-yen's research team is conducting a number of CCR-assisted science studies and has obtained positive preliminary results. The CCR development team is shown below. If you have any inconveniences about CCR applied to science teaching, please feel free to contact us!

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