synchronization with its environment and local resources. We have a responsibility to improve NCKU and Taiwan by extension, however we also have a responsibility to honor and promote who we are and where we come from. Wisdom comes from time and experience, if we use technology to enhance the wisdom of our culture then the best of Taiwanese culture, that which makes us unique will be available to guide the next generation to heights higher then we currently could ever imagine. Slow Knowledge as this is known, recognizes the wisdom of the past while it moves steadily toward the future. We must know where we come from to know where we are going. With hope for a bright future I am wishing you well.
||With all the talk of globalization, an educational reform and paradigm shift it is important to remember that all change involves
people.People that have spent their lives doing things the way their culture has always done it.This cultural way is not old fashion or out of date, it often is very much in |
Dr Christopher Johnson
Center for Faculty Development