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Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University Teaching about Standardization in University: Experiences in Korea Hee-Dong Yang Ewha Womans University 1
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University APEC Trial Program Participating Universities at a glance 2 Class Economy – Univ.Major/Department BaMaDo Open (1) Korea – Kookmin Univ.Open for all Science & Eng. (6) Indonesia – Diponegoro Industrial Eng. Indonesia – TrisaktiIndustrial Mgt (MOT) Korea – HUFSIndustrial Eng (MOT) Korea – Korea Univ. Elect. & ICT Eng - Policy Japan – KIT IPR Graduate School Peru – CUP Quality Institute Social Science (8) China – CJLUInternational Trade Japan – Waseda UGlobal Business School Korea – Yeonsei Univ.International Mgt. Vietnam – NEUBusiness Management Korea - EWHAMBA (MOT) Korea – Hanyang Univ.Business (MOT) Korea – Choongang Univ.Business Korea - KNUETechnology Education Total595 2
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University KSA - Standards Education Activities 2010 Figures Program/Year Total Business ,752 Consumers University 9824,8306,6817,5005,9485,6933,95735,591 High & Middle School ,169 Elementary School ,3184,38110,007 Total 1,2695,1597,0488,2597,49010,4869,50349,214 (unit: people) * These numbers are limited in the regular courses. Number of People Participated in Programs 3
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University CSFs for Teaching of Standardization: STANDARD! School: Management vs. Engineering Teacher: Academia vs. Practitioners Administrative support: Financial, infrastructure, human resources, etc. Network of disciplines: Unique discipline vs. Case study of standardization from multiple perspectives Degree: Undergrad vs. Masters Association: – Students: Students internship, student conferences – Academia: Regular academic workshop and conferences Reality: Class lecture vs. Experiences Dream: Career path vision for students 4
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University School: Management vs. Engineering Engineering school has more students than business school in average Management school students perceive similar disciplines to other courses, whereas engineering students feel fresh subjects Possible synergy effects with other MOT (Management of Technology) courses 5
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University Teacher: Academia vs. Practitioners All Korean universities have major instructors from professors Some universities have invited practitioners as special guests whom students have appreciated on sharing their experiences Combination between academic disciplines and practical experiences are desirable 6
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University Administrative support: Financial, infrastructure, human resources, etc. Standardization is not a major disciplines nor topic in Korea Unless professors and students get sufficient support in preparing and offering this subject, class will not get enough roasters Supports for teaching materials (e.g., textbook, cases) and for new prep are necessary 7
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University Network of disciplines: Unique discipline vs. Case study Is this subject sufficient enough as independent discipline? Which subjects can have this subject as sub-module? Isnt the case-based teaching more appropriate approach to teaching? Do we have enough incentives to encourage scholars to develop and publish the cases for classes? If not, what kind of systems do we need to develop these incentives? 8
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University Degree: Undergrad vs. Masters Is this course appropriate for undergrad students? If yes, what school year students can take this course? If case-based approach is more desirable for teaching, is this approach still valid for undergrad students? 9
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University Association For students – Case development contest – Incentives to specialize in this major (internship, scholarship, degree programs, etc.) For Faculties – Academic gatherings (e.g., conferences, seminar, workshops) – Academic journals specialized in standard and standardization In common, who could be the strong sponsors for these events? 10
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University Reality: Class lecture vs. Experiences Students need to experience real practices and observe real operations of standard organizations How can we induce students to get involved with real practices for the sake of their experiences with standardization? Student participations: – Visiting the standard development organization – Encouraging students to participate in submitting standard proposals, etc. 11
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University Dream: Career path vision for students What kind of job can students get if they want to specialize their careers in standardization? Can they have enough internship opportunities during coursework? Do we have enough education and training programs and systems to support their continuous pursuit of this career? Can students establish strong vision as life time career in standardization? 12
Hee-Dong Yang©, Ewha Womans University Conclusions from Korean Experience Standard for standard education is needed: STANDARD could be… International exchange program for students: – International faculty exchange program – International practitioner exchange program Global sponsorship for positive loop for standard education – Research Case development Teaching materials Lecturer exchange Sharing experiences and new research proposal at annual meetings (conferences) 13
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