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[公告]  【幽默開講】-陳舜文教授引領您輕鬆瞭解社會心理學!發佈時間:2014-11-24 14:48:22

 

Humorous Lecture-Let Prof. Chen lead you learn social psychology with ease

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零代溝互動:老師我在這裡!

Gap-less interaction: Professor, I am here!

如果以為會掛在BBS上聊天看板的都是大學生,那就大錯特錯了。清大學科所的人氣老師陳舜文教授,便是一位BBS資深鄉民!與學生零代溝的陳舜文老師,不僅深諳「鄉民文化」,更能以銳利而客觀的立場,將大學生最熟悉的BBS社群、MOODLE與FB討論區、蘋果news文化導入社會心理學的課程中。

在陳舜文老師的課上,心理學理論不再只是課本裡古老的實驗結果,而是巧妙地結合在每週發生在你我身邊的鮮活時事中。精彩活潑的互動式討論,更讓學生在瞭解社會如何影響個體之餘,訓練出邏輯思考及表達的能力!學生在BBS上表示:「老師很願意和學生討論各種奇怪的想法,對各種說法的接受度都很大,不是那種固執己見的老師,和他討論還蠻愉快的!」更有學生知道老師會看學生BBS後,立刻在文章下向老師打招呼,表明這學期都有乖乖上課。



If you think that only college students would get on the BBS, you are badly wrong. The popular teacher of Institute of Learning Sciences, Shun-Wen Chen, is a veteran netizen! Prof. Chen, who interacts with students with no generation gap, not only understands the culture of the Internet well, but also connects resources from BBS groups, MOODLE, Facebook, Apple news to the course of Social Psychology with a sharp and objective stance.

In Chen’s class, psychological theories are no longer dry experimental results in the textbook, but clever connections to daily experiences and social events around us. The active interaction in the course not only makes students understand how one could be easily influenced by others, but also a good practice for thinking and expression. “Prof. Chen is willing to discuss weird thoughts with students and opens to a variety of ideas.” A student posted an article on the BBS, “He is very open-minded. It’s pleasant to discuss with him!” Knowing that Prof. Chen may read the BBS, some students even posted messages under this article to say  hello to him.


課程特色:
輕鬆、彈性、集思廣益

Features: Vivid, flexible, brainstorming

為了讓學生能用最簡單的方式理解社會心理學,陳舜文老師的課使用淺顯易懂、重點去蕪存菁的投影片教學、偶爾配合課程主題進行影片觀賞,更時常穿插生活上俯拾可見的鮮活例子,例如段考前為什麼總是特別想打掃房間?為什麼news總是報導腥羶色的東西?父母師長最喜歡用什麼方式稱讚小孩?證明心理學種種有趣的理論,更貼近現代生活,總是贏得滿堂笑聲。

此外,陳舜文老師更與助教設計了課後論壇,每週課後訂立一個與主題相關的小問題,讓同學自由上網回答,下週上課前老師便會挑出特別有趣的答案在班上討論。論壇問題不一定與courses理論有關,也不一定有標準答案,連「出國旅遊時不能對外國人擺出哪些手勢?」也是希望同學分享的當週疑問。


In order to let students learn Social Psychology in an effective way, Prof. Chen uses multimedia tools in the course, including slides and videos. He likes to raise questions and provide vivid examples from daily life to elaborate psychological theories. For example: “Why do people usually want to clean their rooms before important tests?” “Why are our media full of sensational news?” “What is the worst method that parents and teachers could use to compliment their kids?” Prof. Chen’s interesting and lucid explanations frequently win applause and laughing around the class.


Furthermore, Prof. Chen and his teaching assistants create a web forum for students to discuss and ask questions. He also raises questions to let students answer on the forum weekly. He sometimes picks up interesting answers to discuss in the class. Most of the questions are open-ended. Just one example: “How many meanings do you know of the gesture of ringing up the index finger and the thumb in different cultures?”

 
正面態度:
比成功更重要的事

Positive attitude: The thing that is more beneficial than success

陳 舜文老師認為,比成功還重要的事,就是失敗。成功的時候可能因為運氣或認為理所當然,而錯過了反省檢討自己不足的機會;相反地,「有光亮必有陰影」,學會 擁抱失敗、在受傷的時候試著思考失敗的原因,也學會瞭解他人面對失敗、走出失敗的經驗,反而是比成功更重要的學習契機。

此外,老師更以過來人的立場,建議學生「珍惜大學時認識的不同科系、不同興趣的朋友」,當你因失敗或種種困境感到迷惘時,換個角度,反而能走出執著,而能站在不同立場助你一臂之力的朋友,在大學畢業、進入專門領域或工作後就更加稀少了。

總是帶著一抹笑容,幽默風趣的陳舜文老師也希望,學生能在大學四年充分培養的不只是課堂上的知識,還有人際相處的技巧、客觀精確的邏輯思考,以及不怕失敗的精神,掌握這些能力的鑰匙,都在老師開設的課程中,足以讓同學用大學四年的精彩時光來慢慢發掘。

Prof. Chen thinks what is more beneficial than success is failure. When people succeed, they miss the chance to reflect themselves. On the other hand, people learn by failing. Besides, we can also find out how successful people deal with failure and learn from their attitude towards failure to improve ourselves.


Moreover, Prof. Chen suggests students to get a variety of friends from different areas. A wide collection of friends could stretch yourself so you can learn new things. When you feel confused with difficulties, good friends could let you change your perspective and avoid painting yourself into a corner. Therefore, it is important to cherish the friendships during the college years.

Prof. Chen, who always wears a smile and has sense of humor, hopes undergraduates spending four years on the university not only learning the knowledge from books, but also practicing social skills, exercising critical thinking, as well as increasing the courage to face the future through good and bad times. The keys to achieve these goals are all in Prof. Chen’s courses which are worth to explore.

 

Website:http://ocw.nthu.edu.tw/ocw/index.php?page=course&cid=86&




 

 

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