JSS  Vol.3 No.6 , June 2015
Creative Education in Japan, Taiwan and Mainland China
Author(s) Y. Matsuura1, A. Shee2, X. Ding3
ABSTRACT

There are three experimental attempts in legal education of East Asia. These experiments promote creative education by introducing a new approach to innovative imagination and creative comparison in a multilingual setting. They use collaborative teaching and new IT tools in the context of “learning by doing.”


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Matsuura, Y. , Shee, A. and Ding, X. (2015) Creative Education in Japan, Taiwan and Mainland China. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 167-170. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.36025.
References
[1]   For Details of These Experiments, See the Web Site of Each Program. http://www.law.nagoya-u.ac.jp/~leading/en/index-e.html http://www.law.ruc.edu.cn/eng/sep/?unit=Campus%20Asia http://oia.ccu.edu.tw/www/college_ii.html?nID=6

[2]   Peters, P. (2007) Gaining Compliance through Non-Verbal Communication. Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal, 7, 87-112. https://www.lexisnexis.com/ap/auth/

[3]   Busan, T. (1996) The Mind Map Book, Plume.

[4]   Peters, P. (2007) Gaining Compliance through Non-Verbal Communication. Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal, 7, 87-112. https://www.lexisnexis.com/ap/auth/

[5]   Shee, A. (2013) In Search of a Modern Confucius for Effective Teaching in Law: A Trial Project to Promote Interactive Learning in Taiwan. Taiwan University Law Review, 18, 299-328. http://www.law.ntu.edu.tw/ntulawreview/8/02/822.html

[6]   http://www.lawpack.taiwanlii.ccu.edu.tw/lawpack/

[7]   Pa-liwala, A. (2008) Three Dimensions of E-Learning: From Resource-Based to Transactional: From E to M. CCU Law Review, 24, 55-76.

 
 
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