|Timestamp||Email Address||Teacher's name||Course name( English)||Course name (Chinese)||Course credit||Course description|
How do your assess student's work?
Expected extra fee for the material
|Court Anderson||Art and Science of Cooking||烹飪的藝術與科學||We are baking and cooking cuisines from around the world. Students will prepare themselves for when they leave home. They will not only learn the basics of cooking and baking, but go beyond that making advanced recipes and discovering how they are able to create amazing meals through experimentation. Students will be working in teams, bringing all required ingredients, following recipe directions, listening to important cooking tips during each class, and being very safety conscious while in the cooking room.||Cooking Class Grading: 1. Safety. Working safely in the kitchens is a must. Marks will be taken off for horseplay(fooling around), shouting/yelling, and make sure the pot/pan handles are not sticking out when they are on the stove; they can be between 0 and 180 degrees, but not 181 to 359 degrees. - SUBTRACT 2% if you are fooling around or shouting on each time. - SUBTRACT 1% if you have the pot/pan handle sticking out on each time. 2. Clean up. Flawless clean for everything - counters, sinks, equipment, and floors. (Remember to only use the tea towels for drying wet dishes only). - SUBTRACT 1% if I find something when you ask me to check it. 3. Follow directions/instructions. Reading the recipe and having a plan within your group is needed BEFORE the class begins. - SUBTRACT 2% if I see this. (This is easy to spot and makes a big difference for your cooking day.) 4. Reading and responding to emails promptly. (48 hours time allowance to respond.) - SUBTRACT 3% if you do not read carefully and fail to respond when asked/need to. 5. Listening when announcements are being made. (Important announcements are typically in the beginning and sometimes during the class.)(Talking during these will result in a loss of marks.) - SUBTRACT 2% if I see this happening. 6. Bring the required ingredients for your group. (Email in advance if you need help finding them or to find a substitute.) - SUBTRACT 3% if this happens. 7. Teamwork. (Equally sharing the work, so everyone gets a chance to do something.) - SUBTRACT 2% if this happens. (This has never happened, but teamwork and sharing the work is important, so I will include it.) 8. Attendance is important. Your team is counting on you. (If you cannot make it to class, you will have to explain what the very important reason is why you cannot come.) - SUBTRACT 4% if this happens with more than 2 absences. ***If you have a good reason, then it is okay such as being sick, need to see the counselor, sports event, school trip, etc. 9. Late. Your group is counting on you and we have limited time, so don't be late. - SUBTRACT 2% if this happens more than once. 10. Still in the cooking room after 4:30pm, (Ideally finish at 4:10pm). - SUBTRACT 3% if this happens. 11. Bonus points - helping others clean their area, find hard to find ingredients for others, having a happy positive attitude, and putting in a great effort to experimenting and learning as much as you can. - ADD 1% to 6% if you are doing this consistently throughout the semester.|
Weekly students will bring the ingredients or on a couple of occasions I will get the ingredients and the students will pay me back.
|Artemail@example.com||Chao-Lien Chen||Chamber Music||室內樂||During this class, students will have the opportunity to develop their performance skills and onstage confidence through guided practice in a group setting and performances of varying sizes.||Attendance - 20% Class participation - 15% Homework -10% Midterm performance - 25% Final performance -30%||no|
|Artfirstname.lastname@example.org||Katie McDermott||20th Century Art Movements||20世紀藝術律動||The 20th century was a time of radical change that birthed what we now know as modern art. This course will explore the major art movements of the century such as fauvism, cubism, dada, surrealism, propaganda, abstract expressionism, pop art, and post modernism. We will study different artists of each period and create artworks in response to and inspired by their ideas.||This course will be graded based off of completion of work, effort demonstrated with artworks, and participation in group discussions and critiques. We will have a midterm and final where you briefly explain the major ideas of each movement.||About 500 NT|
|Michelle Chang||Film Making Video Game and Game Music||電影，遊戲及音樂製作|| There are three main stages to making any ﬁlm: Pre-production is the bit that happens before you start ﬁlming. This is where you get ideas and work out how to make the ﬁlm. If you spend plenty of time on this stage, you can save hours or days later on. Production is the actual ﬁlming part. Post-production is where you edit the ﬁlm. together, add or edit sound and titles, and get it ready to show to people.
Filmmaking roles There are lots of different jobs at different stages of the ﬁlmmaking process. If there’s a big enough team you should be able to ﬁnd roles for everyone, and everyone should know what their role is - even if you decide to rotate them. You could have a producer, who’s the driving force behind getting the ﬁlm made, selling the idea and making sure it gets shown. You can allocate creative jobs like writers, composers, set designers, makeup artists and prop makers. The director is the person with the creative vision. Even if the group makes most of the creative decisions together, you’ll probably need a director at the ﬁlming stage to keep things organized. When you’re ﬁlming, you can also have a ﬁrst assistant director to check that all the shots get ﬁlmed, pass the director’s instructions on to the crew and note down the good takes. You’ll deﬁnitely need a camera operator even if you need to rotate the role so everyone gets a go.
If your ﬁlm’s got live sound, you’ll need a sound recordist to check sound levels, hold microphones and so on. A continuity person keeps notes to avoid distracting changes of costume and hairstyle from shot to shot. Production assistants can do things like set things up, keep the set tidy and stop other people from wandering onto the set. Once the ﬁlming is ﬁnished, you could have editing as a separate role - though everyone may want to have some creative involvement.
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|Artemail@example.com||Viola Tsai||The Studio Art x Animation||動畫手繪藝術||This course will continue for elective Studio Art for 4 hours per week ,and animation as the spindle.Students will learn the fundamentals of animation theory during a two-week “Animation 101” crash course (based on college curriculum) in the summer. Students will work during the semester as a team to complete a 4-6 minute long animated film by the end of Semester B. Students will participate from beginning to end, from Pre-Production to Post-Production, and will engage in a variety of tasks, such as but not limited to: Acting and Motion Capture, Character Animation, Coloring, Cinematography, Object Animation, and Compositing. Students will be graded not just on the artistic quality of their work, but also personal conduct, as this internship is an all-round and multi-faceted experience.||There will be Homework! This is not an easy course, and it may get boring or difficult at times. There will be a Summer Course (in August). Attendance is Mandatory! There will be Midterms and Final Exams! There will be Actual Learning. You are expected to build upon your previously-taught and newly-acquired knowledge and integrate them directly into your work. You will be Rewarded at the end. (Academic Weight counts as Honors)|
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|Technologyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ray Chin||Microcontroller Electronics||電子學實習與程式設計||The course of Electronics and Programming applies skills of electric circuit connection and computer programming. Students are going to connect Arduino board to a variety of sensors. They then upload computer programs to control the sensors. There are two parts in every student practice: basic work and innovation creation. The basic work is a successful practice students made by following the teacher’s instruction. It includes correct circuit connection and no-bug programming. The innovation creation implies student’s innovative ideas by adding a sensor or changing a parameter in the computer code to the basic work. It shows student’s creativity to make his/her practice better. Practice by practice, project by project, the course offers hands-on experience in electronics and programming. Students who enroll the class should bring a lap-top computer. They also pay about 300 NTD a semester to buy some consuming electronic materials.||There are ten practice (projects) per quarter. Each practice costs 10% of the quarter term grade.||300 NTD|
|Technologyemail@example.com||Jay Shumway||Python 3 Programming||程式設計||This is an introductory course in Python 3, probably the easiest of the programming languages. Students will learn basic input/output, creation and manipulation of variables, looping and conditionals, creation and use of functions, creation and use of objects, etc. In the process they will also learn common algorithms such as merge-sort and bisection search, good coding practices, and good testing and troubleshooting techniques.||This is a hands-on project-based course in which students are required to write code from day 1. Students will be given a task, including the criteria for success, and they will be evaluated on whether the program performs to specifications as well as user-friendliness and readability of code, if appropriate. Students who don't want to write code, or plan to copy it from anyone, should not enroll in this course. The only way to learn coding is to do it.||0|
|周繼民||AR&VR Studio||AR&VR 影像工作室||課程使用AR&VR技術，透過圖型化積木的方式，創作出360度環景影像、AR或VR的3D互動式遊戲，製作好的影片可以支援上傳到YOUTUBE、FB等平台||Attendance20% Participation20% Homework20% Final project40%|
每人150元 for CardBoard(需自備手機)
Agriculture technology and innovative practices
|農業科技與創新||Agricultural technology and innovation is an elective course of general agricultural knowledge which covers different aspect of learning. The course emphasizes on practical experience and case study. Topics such as plant factory, aquaponics and innovative practice in agriculture which increase the yield . The course integrates campus and off-campus resources of experiential learning, teaches theories and practices, and inspires students’ interest in this area.||Group Project||1000|
|Technologyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Casey Feng||Computational Thinking||運算思維||Computational thinking is a process to take a problem, understand what the problem is and develop the solution. The solution will be presented in a way both a human and a computer can understand. In this class, you will be learning algorithms and data structures. You will apply these computer science concepts and computational thinking into your daily life. For example, work out a strategy for completing a level in a video game in the most efficient way. This class will not be focus on programming. Instead, it will focus on how you solve the problem computationally and logically.||class performance, class work, projects||N/A|
|Technologyemail@example.com||Jay Chen 陳怡杰||3D Design and 3D Printing||3D繪圖設計與3D列印||1. Use 3D graphics design with free and easy to learn online 3D software. 2. Learn how to create your own 3D model and print your work through a 3D printer. 3. The curriculum design is from shallow to deep, and the physical works are produced. Please go to the following link for more detail: http://mingshiuan.blogspot.com/2019/03/3d3d.html||Learning performance and integrity of the work.|
Material fee is required.Paid by school funds.
Double A - Arduino(MCU) & AppInventor2(App)
雙 A 計畫 - Arduino 微處理器與 AppInventor2 手機程式撰寫
|We will teach the basic program skills based on the open source hardware-Arduino, and will teach how to design android app to control the Arduino. Furthermore, we will also teach how to use some basic maker related tools, such like laser cut machine and 3d printer. Expecting student to have basic prototype making skill after this class.||Based on the works student design, and we will give the point by the function the students design.|
3500~4000 per students a semester