Department of Early Childhood Educare

 

Name

YI HUANG SHIH 施宜煌

E-mail

shih262@gmail.com

Position

Associate professor & Chair  

Degree

Ph. D., Department of Education, National Taiwan Normal University.

Specialties

Philosophy of Early Child Education, Child Industry,

Life Education for Early Children

Courses

Philosophy of Early Child Education, Child Industry, Life Education for Children

Publications

Shih,Y. H. (2016). A discussion of some current problems of general

    education in Taiwan. SHU-TE Journal of Liberal Education, 10,

    203-214.     

Shih,Y. H. & W, C. C. (2016). Why is play important for young children’s

    development. Journal of Hsin Sheng, 18, 1-14.

Shih, Y. H. (2004). A study on peer relationship of an aboriginal

    elementary school girl. Journal of Elementary Education, 16 ,

    279-306.

Shih, Y. H. (2004). Broadening educational visions: A view from

    Mannheim’s thought of Utopia. Secondary Education, 52 (4), 60-71.
Shih, Y. H. (2002). The hermeneutical analysis of ideas in early

    childhood teaching from Memg-gua in Yi-jing. Journal of Early

    Childhood Education. 14. 203-219.
Shih, Y. H. (2001). Wilhelm Dilthey’s concepts of Geisteswissenschaften

    and their implications for education. Secondary Education, 52 (4),

    168-178.

 

 

Name

Mei-Juan Kung 龔美娟

E-mail: jufei2010@gmail.com

Position: Assistant Professor

Degree: Ph.D., National Taiwan University

Specialty: Achievement motivation, temperament

Courses:

Early Child Development and Guidance, Sexuality Education for Young Children, Home Day Care, The Professional Ethic of Early Child Care, Theory and Practice on Parent Education, Interpersonal Relation

Publications

Kung, J.–F. & Lay, K.–L. (2017). Preschoolers’ Achievement Goal Settings and Temperament Patterns. Bulletin of Educational Psychology, 2017, 48(4),487-507.(TSSCI)

 

  1. Kung, M.-J. (2013). The image of contemporary children from preschool teachers’ stereotypes. Paper presented at the annual conference: An image of children and education/educare model – a dialogue with the Western in National Chengchi University Graduate Institute of Early Childhood Education.
  2. Hsu, K. –Y., Lay, K.–L., & Kung, J.–F. (2011). Test of the Validity of Children’s Behavior Questionnaire-Chinese Version: Comparing between Parental and Teacher’s Ratings. Poster conducted at the Biennial Convention of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  3. Kung, J.–F. & Lay, K.–L. (2011). Preschoolers’ Multiple Achievement-Goal Choices in a Ring Toss Paradigm. Poster conducted at the Biennial Convention of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  4. Kung,Ju-Fei et al. (2001). Child Development and Guidance(2nd.). Taipei: Chiing.
  5. Majdandzic, M., Kung, J.–F., Lay, K.–L., Suess, F., Putnam, S. P., van Liempt, I., Hagenbeek, S., van Bakel, H., & de Bruijn, A. (2009, April). Cross-Cultural Investigation of Temperament in Early Childhood using the Children’s Behavior Questionnaire. In Maria Amy Gartstein, Samuel P. Putnam (Chairs), Cross-cultural study of temperament: Implications for social-emotional development across the lifespan, Symposium conducted at the Biennial Convention of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO, USA.
  6. Kung, Ju-Fei (2005). The Child and Sex: A Handbook of Sexual Education for the Parents and Preschool Teachers. Taipei: Chinging.
  7. Kung,Ju-Fei (2004).Child Development and Care. Taipei: Chinging.