Educational System

TAEJAE University class integrated the methodology of flipped learning into the form of seminars targeting for less than 20 students. This is to motivate and encourage students actively participate in class learning. Active learning helps learners expand their thinking process by applying teaching methods such as Problem Based Learning, Discussion Based Learning, and Team Based Learning. Clearly, TAEJAE class is not just about acquiring knowledge. Rather, it aims to help students explore real problems directly, derive solutions, and apply them to projects in the city where students currently live. This form of teaching allows students to demonstrate an receptive attitude, reinforcing students experience what they have learned is connected to the real world, and to create and actively apply what they have learned into their very own lives.

Students learn systematically and compound through (1) pre-class, (2) real-time online classes, and (3) post-class activities. Before class is a preparation course for a real-time online class. Students learn the pre-learning materials provided by the professor in advance. This material includes not only reading materials, but also highly qualified video contents contained in the TAEJAE Digital Archive, and globally recognized MOOC contents. Through pre-learning, students are equipped with knowledge that will be referenced in real-time online classes. Then, real-time online classes are operated based on pre-learning content. Active learning does not only deliver knowledge, but it allows learners to internalize knowledge. After completing the real-time online learning process, learners will partake additional after-class activities.