The researcher first identified the internationally recognized context in terms of ECCE professional competency. Next, the influential factors having an impact on seniors' perceptions of professional competencies were presented. Three of five benchmarks of the NSSE were found to be statistically significant in accounting for the variance in seniors' perceived professional competencies. The institution also played an important role when explaining the mean variabilities of seniors' perceived professional competencies. These findings may provide evidence for stakeholders, such as faculty, directors, institutional administrators, policy makers, and program evaluators to enhance ECCE students' learning environments, services and content of professional training. It is expected that, with the information obtained from this study, the institutions and ECCE programs in Taiwan can be held more accountable for student outcomes.Workplace basic training manual. San Francisco, CA: ... 18-24). Retrieved March 6, 2007, from http://www.cher.ed.ntnu.edu.tw/epaper/prevcato/docs/2006 101 7. pdf Chuang, C. H. (2004). Perceptions of ... Chung, M. C. (2000). A study of early anbsp;...
|Title||:||Reflections on Undergraduate Education of Senior Students in Early Childhood Care and Education at Technology Universities in Taiwan|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|