計畫/Projects 

科技部計畫案

 2010-2012 一般型計劃-「觸覺感知輔助科技於視力障礙兒童肢體律動應用」99-2221-E-324-026-MY2 

2009-2010 一般型計劃-「聲音與肢體律動輔助科技應用於視力障礙兒童教育之研究」NSC98-2511-S-324-005

國際合作計畫案

· 2010-2012 FIPSE (Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education)

· 2011-2013 SUNY COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) Project

2020  Maternal perceptions of maternal-infant attachment linked with maternal infant-directed musical activities in urbanized populations

教育部計畫

· 教育部智慧生活整合性人才培育計畫-「幼老代間學習方案設計與實作」(2014-2015)

· 教育部補助辦理公私立幼稚園輔導計畫 -「南投縣公立炎峰國小附設幼稚園」(2011-2012)

· 教育部補助朝陽科技大學96年度中長程校務發展計畫之行動方案 -「設立聲音光束科技兒童發展中心」與「運用現代科技發展幼兒創造力及提昇肢體動作之行動研究」(2007)

· 教育部補助辦理公私立幼稚園輔導計畫 -「彰化縣私立樂耕托兒所」(2007-2008)

· 教育部補助辦理公私立幼稚園輔導計畫 -「台中市私立台安幼稚園」(2007-2009)

· 教育部補助辦理公私立幼稚園輔導計畫 -「南投縣瑞竹國小附設幼稚園」(2008-2009)

朝陽科技大學計畫

·朝陽科技大學校級重點特色計畫--「朝陽學術聲望推廣與出版能量提升重點特色計畫」Chaoyang Academic Prestige Promotion Project(2020-2021)

· 校級「全幼兒發展教育研究中心」(2018/08-2021/07)

· 校級種點特色計畫「全幼兒音樂展教育中心」(2015~2018)

· 朝陽科技大學103學年度中長程校務發展計畫之行動方案計畫-「強化專業教室教學設備及教材」(2014)

· 朝陽科技大學102學年度中長程校務發展計畫之行動方案計畫-「改善專業教室教學設備及教材-協助創新朝陽幼保系課程特色計畫」(2013)

· 朝陽科技大學101學年度中長程校務發展計畫之行動方案計畫-「改善專業教室教學設備及教材」(2012)

· 朝陽科技大學委託研究計畫 -「運用音樂治療發展特殊幼兒語言能力之實徵性研究」(2007)

· 朝陽科技大學人文暨社會學院研究計畫 -運用音樂提升特殊幼兒注意力之成效探討(2006)

· 朝陽科技大學「95年度獎勵大學教學卓越計畫─子計畫3鼓勵師生參與實務專題製作計畫」 -主題式音樂美語教學對幼兒學習美語之行動研究(2006)

產學合作計畫

· 台中市私立家扶發展學園「音樂育療課程計畫」(2014-2018)

· 「蒙特梭利幼兒園教學輔助管控系統平台開發計畫」3210 (2013/5/15~6/30)

· 「台中家扶發展學園音樂融入特殊幼兒學習發展合作計畫」UT99-DTF3-0-007 (2010-2012)

· 「全腦音樂智能開發系統』之產學合作計劃案」99-C-0001(2010)

· 「東森Yo Yo 幼兒園96學年度英文音樂教材及中文音樂教材」(2007- 2008)

CURRENT RESEARCH IN PROGRESS 

University Grant Projects (2020~Present ): Chaoyang Academic Prestige Promotion Project

From the areas of excellence in both academies, the Center is to determine the direction of research and development. Through implementing related programs, the Center will provide the University with international conferences that integrate relevant fields to achieve higher quality of academic work, thereby, upbring research standards, as well as promote international academic exchanges.

University Grant Projects (2018~2021): Research Center of Holistic Development for Young Children.

The goal of this project is to examine the effectiveness of the Holistic Development for Young Children.

Projects

University's featured Grant Projects (2015~2018): Holistic Music Educational Approach for Young Children's Multiple Developments

The goal of this project was to examine the effectiveness of the HMEAYC in both mainstream and special education settings.

Industry-University Cooperation Projects of Taiwan (2013~2019)

Music Educational Therapy Project: Fund for Children and Families

The goals of the project are to assist the service institute of Taiwan Fund for Children and Families on increasing children with disabilities multiple developments and training all teachers and therapists how to implement "Music Educational Therapy".

RESEARCH

International Projects

An International Pilot Study (2020~Present): Maternal perceptions of maternal-infant attachment linked with maternal infant-directed musical activities in urbanized populations

This study design involves samples of convenience and will be conducted by a team of international researchers in cities of their choice, and collective results will be reported and disseminated for the international profession.

FIPSE (Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education) (2010~2012)

The goal of the project is to promote online academic student and faculty cooperation to improve services for children in vulnerable conditions. An international multi-discipline consortium, which includes SUNY Ulster and the University of Arizona in the US, the University of Manitoba and Red Deer College in Canada, and the Instituto Tecnologico de Sonora and the Universidad Panamericana in Mexico will collaborate in coursework, field experiences, and develop an advanced curriculum during the next three years. Using a 'blended' or 'hybrid' approach to education, students in social work, family studies and inclusive special needs education will learn together in face-to-face and online environments, connected across three nations by internet and mobile technology.

SUNY COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) Project(2011~2013)

The SUNY COIL Center is working with a group of SUNY campuses which share the goal of enhancing campus internationalization by embedding online cross-border collaborations into their courses and through other related projects. The COIL approach is to link a class at SUNY with one at a university abroad. The classes may be totally online or offered in a blended format with face-to-face sessions taking place at both schools while collaborative work between the groups takes place online. The courses are always team-taught, with a faculty member at SUNY working with a peer at a partner institution. Our method promotes interactive shared coursework, emphasizing experiential learning. We first give our students and those abroad a chance to get to know each other, and then help them develop meaningful projects together.

Government Grant Projects of Taiwan

Deep Plowing Project: Taiwan Fund for Children and Families

The goals of the project are to tie in the service institute's objectives; to provide substantive professional services; to implement the significance of industry-university cooperation.

National Science Council

Application of haptic assistive technology to improve motion/ dancing activities for children with visual loss and partially sighted (99-2221-E-324-026-MY2 ) (2010~2012)

Innovative design using technology has become an increasingly important role in special education by reducing the barrier of learning. Rhythm may strengthen the body control, gain confidence in the body coordination and balance. Games and the rhythm movements are good for the children's body and mind development.

This project aims to combine technology and design, to develop educational facilities which can be used to educate children with physical or visual disabilities. The main areas involve:

1. Using Bluetooth device to create vibration on nets for movement guidance;

2. Using air stream for movement guidance;

3. Using servos mechanism for movement guidance;

4. Integrating movement aid technology to develop teaching materials for children with visual and physical disabilities.

This project hopes to remove difficulties faced by children with visually impaired when they try to move with the rhythm. The project team is formed across different departments, which are the Department of Industrial Design, the Department of Computer Communication and the Department of Early Childhood Development and Education. By the support from the team members and the field observation in the real teaching environment, ideas are gathered and product is improved through the designing and engineering. Different factors in engineering and design will be evaluated to minimize the cost issue. This will help the children with visually impaired in the future development. In the end, there will be a usable model to demonstrate the functionalities. In addition, visually impaired children will be invited to try it with the developed teaching materials, to confirm the feasibility of the design.

A Study of the Use of Technology of Sounds and Physical Movement with Visually Impaired Children (NSC 98-2511-S-324-005) (2009~2010)

The purposes of the study were (1) integrating sounds, assistive technology of physical movement to help the development of physical movement and language of children with multiple disabilities and visual impairment; (2) inventing parity and local equipment of tactile toy to enhance the development of physical movement of children with multiple disabilities and visual impairment.

The methodology was both of qualitative and quantitative study. Seven 4-6 year-old subjects with multiple disabilities and visual impairment were selected by purposive sampling to participate in the study. The duration was 6 months with 40-minute instructional sessions once per week. The data analysis was through semi-structured observation forms and anecdotal logs.

Through a series of systematic music activities with Soundbeam equipment, the results of the study were as follows:

1. The subjects' ability of physical movement and language had a positive improvement. The social validity also showed the positive support for the result.

2. The invention of parity and local equipment of tactile 他y was able to assist the subjects' development of physical movement.

The results show the effectiveness of the music activities and the invented equipment on developing physical movement of children with multiple disabilities and visual impairment.