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NEXT EVENT VOL 30

"Dedicated to every Naughty Education element of the past, present, and future.

It is precisely because of people like you that innovation and change constantly happen!"

“獻給以前,現在,以後的每個不太乖因子

因為正是這樣的你們,創新與改變才會一直發生!”

 

PechaKucha Night Vol.30 of Taipei, the theme of 'Instructional Design',  is cooperated by Xue Xue Institute and Naughty Education teams, inviting workers, teachers, designers, or creative people from the fields of arts education, curatorial education, social design, experiential design, educational design, digital and media education, remote rural area education and so forth, to show how education of the next generation can be changed through innovation and diversified thinking.

學學本屆PechaKucha Night與不太乖教育節團隊合作舉辦,以「教育設計」為主題,邀請來自藝術教育、策展教育、社會設計、體驗設計、教育設計、數位與媒體教育、偏鄉教育等各領域的工作者、教師、設計師或是創意人分享,如何讓教育透過創新與多元的思維,改變我們的下一代。

 

The Naughty Education Festival is Taiwan's first large-scale exhibition of educational content. It's an innovative, new curatorial event initiated by the public from the bottom up, which lays claim to being the planet's most interesting educational fair.

 

Open to the participation of original, creative, diverse and atypical views on education from people all over Taiwan, it uses the thinking and initiatives presented by individuals and all groups with ideals and passion towards the future of education in Taiwan.

 

Through innovative communication approaches, and intricate design considerations, combined with effective marketing communities, an educational exchange platform with 'social influence' is created.

 

The intention of the Naughty Education Festival is to create a sustainable movement, and then connect with more like-minded people to move forward together, so that respect for differences, and creation of diversity can truly become social values of education in Taiwan.

 

We also resolve to become a 'social innovation movement' dedicated to improving the status quo in education.

 

不太乖教育節(Naughty Education)   https://www.facebook.com/feexpos

“不太乖教育節”是台灣第一個大型的教育內容展覽,一個由民間發起由下而上的公益創新策展.號稱地球上最有趣的教育博覽會。

開放來自台灣各地原創的多元與非典型教育觀點參展,透過對教育有理想與熱情的個人與各式團體提出對台灣教育未來的思考和倡議。

透過創新的溝通方式、細膩的設計思考,結合有效的社群行銷,創造有”社會影響力”的教育交流的平台。

不太乖教育節旨在創造一個可持續的運動,進而去串連了更多志同道合的人攜手向前,讓尊重差異、創造多元能真正成為台灣教育的社會價值觀。

也立志成為解決教育現狀的“社會創新運動”。

 

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Little stories from Fieldoffice

BY 林煜融 YU-JUNG LIN
@ VOL 29 ON JUN 25, 2016

Designer Yu-Jung Lin and editor Sharon Ma are both writers who have edited collections of works and stories for Fieldoffice Architects, and were both captivated by the casual lifestyles and natural scenery of Fieldoffice. They also share many little stories from Fieldoffice and 10 ways in which Fieldoffice stands out from the crowd.

 

設計師林煜融與編輯馬萱人都是為田中央編作品集與故事集的作者,都為田中央的隨性生活、自然風光著迷,也分享田中央許多小故事與10大與眾不同之處。

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The Glimpses of Natural Life

BY 曾泉希 QUAN-XI TSENG
@ VOL 29 ON JUN 25, 2016

Writer Tseng Quanxi was influenced by the photography of Fieldoffice and wanted to get away from the city. Five or six years ago he moved to the mountains to live a life in the great outdoors. He shares glimpses of this natural life, and writes a column in Green magazine, hoping to help us all discover the tiny but profound things hidden away in ordinary life.

 

作家曾泉希因為受田中央的影響而想遠離城市,而五六年前搬到山上過山林生活,分享自然生活的點滴,並在綠雜誌上寫專欄,希望大家一起在尋常的生活中發掘微小奧妙的事物。

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The Impact from Fieldoffice

BY 陳敏佳 MINJIA CHEN
@ VOL 29 ON JUN 25, 2016

Photographer Chen Minjia shares the time when he assisted in recording and reporting on the works and daily matters of Fieldoffice Architects. Understanding the works of Fieldoffice brought with it a shock, and he shares his mood during the shooting of each case. It was also due to becoming inspired by architect Huang Sheng-yuan, that he fell in love with the manufacture of models.

 

攝影師陳敏佳協助紀錄與採訪報導田中央的作品與日常,因為瞭解田中央的建築作品而感到衝擊,並分享拍攝每個案例的心情,也因此受到建築師黃聲遠啟發,而愛上製作模型。

 

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The First Taiwanese Admitted to Singularity University

BY 葛如鈞JU CHUN KO
@ VOL 28 ON MAR 26, 2016

As the first Taiwanese admitted to Singularity University, an institute co-founded by Google and NASA, and as someone who used a fundraising platform to raise tuition funding, Ko Ju-chun shares his journey at universities and with students from many countries. He also talks about the successful launch via fundraising of his LUNA camera that attracted attention from global media. He additionally talks about his participation in the production team behind Talk to Taiwan, an online political talk show aiming to help people find answers via Q&A of expert guests.

葛如鈞為第一位進入美國Google與NASA合辦的奇點大學(Singularity University)及透過募資平台募資學費的台灣人,分享他在奇點大學與各國學生學習的過程,以及LUNA相機透過募資成功上市,吸引各國媒體注意,以及參與網路政論節目「政問」製作團隊,期望讓更多人從節目中專業來賓的問答中一起找答案。

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Follow Your Heart

BY 蔡博丞 PO CHENG TSAI
@ VOL 28 ON MAR 26, 2016

In 2014, Tsai Po-cheng won the Audience Favorite Award in The International Competition for Choreographers in Hanover and the Choreography Competition in Masdanza with his masterful work Floating Flowers. In 2015, he was crowned champion in The Choreography Competition in Burgos and The Choreography Competition in Copenhagen, and finished second in The International Choreography Competition in Jerusalem. In sharing his journey and the hurdles he faced in teaching dance in Taiwan, Tsai encourages young people to follow their hearts so that people who share the same vision as them will offer support and follow in their steps. Tsai also reminds young people to stay true to themselves and to speak in the voice of their own generation.

 

 

Po-Cheng Tsai’s international breakthrough came with Floating Flowers. In 2013, the production won the National Creative Dance Competition in Taiwan. In 2014, Floating Flowers won both Audience Award and the First Production Prize at the International Competition for Choreographers in Hannover ,giving Po-Cheng Tsai the opportunity to tour  Floating Flowers with dancers from Gauthier Dance. This piece was invited to perform at 2014 China Dance Forward in Hong Kong and Guangdong, and later  to LUCKY TRIMMER in Berlin in 2015. This year, Po-Cheng’s new work, Hugin/Munin came in first and won Tanz Luzerner Theater Production Award at Copenhagen International Choreography Competition in Denmark; also ranked No.1 and won Italy Balletto Di Siena Production Award at International Contest of Choreography Burgos in Spain. Po-Cheng Tsai founded his own company B.DANCE in Taiwan. He also worked as guest choreographer with different professional companies, including Cloud Gate 2 and Kaohsiung City Ballet. Tsai dedicated himself to dance education and choreographed at Tsoying Senior High School and the Taipei Physical Education  College.

蔡博丞2014以「浮花」奪德國漢諾威國際編舞大賽及西班牙MASDANZA國際編舞大賽「觀眾票選第一名」,2015又以「Hugin/Munin」連奪西班牙布爾戈斯、丹麥哥本哈根編舞大賽首獎,以及耶路撒冷國際編舞大賽銀獎,他分享學習舞蹈過程與在台灣從事舞蹈工作的困境,鼓勵年輕人做對的事就能吸引共同理念的團隊支持,並隨時記得歸零找回初心,發出屬於自己世代的聲音。

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The Power to Change the World

BY 宋伊婕 ISA YI-CHIEH SUNG
@ VOL 28 ON MAR 26, 2016

According to Sung Yi-chieh, Bremen Digital Creative has the power to change the world. She believes that by combining creativity, technology, and people’s hearts, wrongs can be righted and solutions can be found. She also hopes to harness the power of people to inspire the unselfish sharing of information and to turn dreamers into doers.

宋伊婕分享不來梅期待數位是改變世界的能量,透過創意+技術+人心,改變不對的事,鑽研並找出解決方案,也希望集結眾人的力量、不吝分享,做你相信的事。

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The Most Popular Radio Broadcast Hosts

BY 馬克與瑪麗 MARC AND MARY
@ VOL 28 ON MAR 26, 2016

Currently the most popular radio broadcast hosts among young Taiwanese, Marc and Mary humorously share 20X20 on their show in their typical style. In addition to bringing down the house, the duo encourage young folk to step out of their comfort zones and take risks. What matters most, they say, is finding something you’re passionate about, and sticking with it.

馬克與瑪麗為台灣目前最受年輕人歡迎的廣播節目主持人,用主持廣播節目的方式幽默地分享20X20,除了博得現場笑聲之外,也鼓勵年輕人跨出舒適圈,勇於嘗試,最最重要的,是要找到自己愛做的事,然後堅持地做下去。

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The Creativity of Boven Magazine Library

BY 周筵川 SPENCER YEN CHUAN CHOU
@ VOL 28 ON MAR 26, 2016

Chou Yen-chuan’s idea of establishing a library stemmed from the speeches he attended while working at Xue Xue Institute. Once a record shop owner, he is now the founder of the Boven Magazine Library, a place that offers a homely atmosphere and warm service. Chou is also embarking on a plan to transform the city into a giant magazine library, planting seeds of creativity in every corner.

周筵川分享從過去在學學文創志業工作聆聽演講時,而萌生成立圖書館的想法種子,歷經開設唱片行,把空間當作家經營,顧客都是朋友的態度,如今成立boven雜誌圖書館,未來也將進行改造城市閱讀的計畫,把整個城市打造成一個大型的雜誌圖書館,將創意的養份灑落在城市的各個角落。

 

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