\nThe Parents Association in Taipei produces the "Partners in Education" program, which is an educational growth radio program for parents, hoping to provide parents with life-oriented educational information to serve them and enhance their ability to accompany their children in learning and growth, and to guide them to become good partners in education with the school.
The different modules are designed to meet the needs of weekend relaxation, and although they are policy-driven, they have more diversified contents to make parents easily absorb and understand, and achieve the purpose of two-way policy communication.\n\n
With affinity and care as the keynote, the program content is produced and tailored to the educational needs of parents, and each module is planned to invite guests to explain profound theories in simple language for theme exploration. The program will provide parents with new concepts that are in line with the trend and at the cutting edge. The latter part of the program is divided into different modules, not only to grasp the current situation and provide parents with real-time educational information but also to achieve the purpose of educational entertainment.\n\n
1."Weekend Brunch News" Appetizer Module to help parents master real-time information
\nWe invite front-line educators, parent associations, educational and cultural charitable organizations to connect and report views of parent groups across the country, observe news incidents, local education events, and parents-children activities, to form a national platform for parent information exchange. This year, we will focus more deeply on the environment-friendly issues: in the face of an exploding population and an increasingly polluted environment, the Earth's resources have been severely depleted and climate warming is on the rise. While many scientists are working to halt the rise in Planet Earth’s average temperature, young heroes are coming to the forefront, Dutch teenagers and Swedish young girls are making admirable contributions by removing marine litter and calling on political leaders to take the issue of warming seriously. Let us inspire parents and children to care about the planet by providing them with more ideas and practical practices from educational and civic groups on environmental issues such as plastic reduction. Perhaps the next important solution to environmental protection will come from the youth of Taiwan.
2.“Parents Play Big” Main Course Module:
\nIn recent years, the birth rate in Taiwan has been declining year on year, and the new generation of parents is gradually adopting a different approach to parenting education and parent-child relationships. Through this module, we hope that the new generation of parents will have a broader perspective on parenting, parenting education, aesthetic cultivation, outdoor learning, parental growth, family health, parent-child co-learning and creative interaction. And that they will be able to cultivate their children's aesthetic and creative abilities and increase parent-child interaction so that they can experience a more diverse and energetic life together.
3.“Education Does Not Need To Shout At” Main Course Module:
\nWhen parents encounter an obstinate disobedient, they cannot help but blood boils while their decibel becomes higher and higher, a common experience for almost every family. Although it is said that every family, all, has a cross to bear, children will have situations that emerge in an endless way and parents would love to face problems with kind and pleasant countenance to solve them, so that Education does not need to shout at. This module will actively explore the parenting challenges that modern parents are experiencing through letters from listeners on the "Educating Partners" fan page, members of the Parents Association in Taipei and volunteers from the "Love You Forever Guard Team". We will also invite parental specialists to come to the program to discuss and solve the problems faced by parents.
4.“New Parents, Please Listen” Main Course Module:
\nNowadays low birth rate and the unwillingness of people to have more children, bringing up each child well and keeping them healthy and strong has added to the sweet burden of new parents.
\nHowever, no one is born a parent, and the parenting knowledge of the previous generation has been scientifically validated over the past 20 to 30 years, and new perspectives and recommendations are likely to have emerged. With the rapid advancement of technology, children's health is more susceptible to the effects and dangers of many new things. This module will bring together experts in medicine to help keep children healthy so that new parents can take better care of their children and keep our next generation fit and physically-strong.
5."Sunshine Reading Room" Dessert Module, introducing good feature books in various fields
\nIn the book section, we will invite experts, authors, recommenders, reading experts, and publishers to introduce international blockbuster books, parental growth, parenting education, creative development and body, mind and spirit balance.
\nWe will use exciting stories to attract the audience's attention and introduce the essence of the books to effectively enhance the reading habits of compatriots, arouse their interest in reading more deeply, and allow them to learn useful knowledge from the books immediately, from a simple 10-minute introduction, to enhance parenting and family harmony.
6.The "Love Lunchbox" Dessert Module, satisfying the hearts and stomachs of the family
\nA lunchbox is not just a lunchbox, it is also a treasure chest for your family's thoughts. In this age of fast food, where eating out is becoming more and more common and delivery services more and more convenient, parents are less and less likely to cook and are less and less aware of the nutritional value of lunchboxes. We will invite parents and experts who are passionate about cooking and food education, so that they can make the parent-child connection via the lunchbox, select ingredients and dishes with care, to introduce the nutritional value of seasonal ingredients according to the seasons. Design easy-to-use and delicious healthy dishes for young parents to meet the needs of children so that parents can be more comfortable in making love lunchboxes for their children when they are ready.
1.The "Parent Anchor Desk" Appetizer Module to keep parents up-to-date with the latest information
\nWe invite front-line teachers, educators from various fields, parent groups, educational and cultural public welfare organizations to link up and report on parent group policy responses, news events, local educational events, parent-child, and parent development activities, and local public welfare activities across the country, forming a platform for the exchange of parent information and activities.
2."Heartfelt Words from Mom and Dad" Main Course Module:
\nWith communication as the main axis of this module, we invite experts and scholars from various fields to discuss education policy, family education, family finance, physical, mental and spiritual balance, youth emotion and emotional management, career development, gender and couple communication, single-parent families, and seniors' LOHAS, etc. Conduct a topical discussion of current importance with lively dialogues, we hope that parents can learn simple, effective and correct knowledge about growing up, and acquire more diversified views to bring correct concepts to their children when they turn on the radio on a relaxing weekend morning.
3.“Sunshine Reading Room" Dessert Module, introducing good movies to all
\nWe recommend quality movies that are suitable for family viewing, hoping to achieve the goal of parent-child co-viewing and educational entertainment.
4.The "Arts and Culture Village Chief" Dessert Module, introduces the next month's artistic and cultural activities once every month.
\nThis module will be conducted monthly to share with the audience the recent artistic and cultural activities so that parents can take their children to watch arts and cultural performances or participate in activities during holidays, not only increasing parent-child interaction but also expanding diversified horizons and enhancing creativity. The introduction of artistic and cultural activities will include: performances, exhibitions, and art festival activities from different localities; venues include the National Theater, Concert Hall, Urban Stage, Wenshan Theater, Palace Museum, TFAM; the National Taichung Theater, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, and the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum in the central part of the country; the Weiwuying Metropolitan Park, the Dadong Arts Center, the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, and the Chimei Museum in the south. We also hope to cooperate with relevant units to get the opportunity to give away tickets. The fan page offers a chance to win free tickets for those who leave a comment, encourage friends to visit the art exhibition, and at the same time drive the fan page interaction rate.
5."Hand in hand: A Tour Around Taiwan" Dessert Module, recommending nice places for parents and children to walk and read
\nParents and children will explore the local customs of Taiwan together. Through local companionship and five senses experience, humanities and positive power are naturally cultivated. From learning how to plan a trip, we will also learn how to communicate and coordinate to implement the quality of life and find the energy of love. Once a month, we invite our social education leaders or parent-child travel experts to share with the audience about parent-child travel, learning and playing together in outdoor education.
6. "Tracking the Curriculum Guidelines 2019" Dessert Module, bringing you up-to-date latest developments in the curriculum guidelines
\n Twice a month, we will invite officials from the K-12 Education Administration, university, general and vocational high school principals and teachers, lecturers and relevant staff from the Central Publicity and Instruction Team to explain the latest and most detailed content of the new curriculum guidelines in an in-depth and easy-to-understand manner. The program will also collect private messages from parents to ask related questions about the curriculum guidelines and will be integrated and answered for parents in the program.
Broadcast time: Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.