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Organization profile

Organisation profile

The College of Education is a leader in the field of education in Taiwan, and its outstanding alumni are renowned throughout the academic community. Providing professional services for students, teachers, and the community, the college boasts a variety of specialized centers, including the Counseling Teaching and Research Center, the Expressive Therapy Teaching Center, the Chinese Career Research Center, the Gender and Family Research Center, the Special Education Center, and the Applied Behavior Analysis Research and Development Center. The mission of the college is to nurture professionals in the fields of education, counseling, rehabilitation, and special education. NCUE is responsive to national social developmental and educational policies and has established interdisciplinary education programs. Furthermore, NCUE was the fiirst Taiwanese college to offer degree-seeking programs in Malaysia. By engaging in building strong connections with leading universities worldwide, the College of Education has created an academic environment that develops and renes students’ professional skills while emphasizing a broad, global outlook. The college regularly collaborates with sister schools to sustain its current academic leadership in the field of education.

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    Assessing vocational outcome expectancy in individuals with serious mental illness: a factor-analytic approach

    Iwanaga, K., Umucu, E., Wu, J. R., Yaghmaian, R., Lee, H. L., Fitzgerald, S. & Chan, F., 2020 Jan 2, In : Journal of Mental Health. 29, 1, p. 116-123 8 p.

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  • 4 Citations (Scopus)

    Comparing the effects of echoic prompts and echoic plus picture prompts on establishing intraverbal behavior for children with autism

    Xu, S., Niu, R., Lee, G. T., Gilic, L., Feng, H. & Shao, W., 2020 Mar, In : Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities. 55, 1, p. 89-100 12 p.

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  • Psychometric validation of the PERMA-profiler as a well-being measure for student veterans

    Umucu, E., Wu, J. R., Sanchez, J., Brooks, J. M., Chiu, C. Y., Tu, W. M. & Chan, F., 2020 Apr 2, In : Journal of American College Health. 68, 3, p. 271-277 7 p.

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  • 4 Citations (Scopus)