Creative Education in Japan, Taiwan and Mainland China

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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.

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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
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