Experts Carry Out Inspection of CWU's Undergraduate Teaching Evaluation

November 22, 2017
Editor: Yang Yang
Experts Carry Out Inspection of CWU's Undergraduate Teaching Evaluation

Accompanied by chief leaders of China Women's University (CWU), an expert group of undergraduate teaching evaluation under the Ministry of Education carried out collective inspection on November 20.

The expert group visited CWU's cultural communication studio, the laboratory of the School of Social Work, the moot court of the Law School and CWU History Museum, as well as the China Women and Gender Library.

Experts Carry Out Inspection of CWU's Undergraduate Teaching Evaluation

Experts comprehensively learned the key role of the cultural communication studio in undergraduate teaching. Two student presenters also demonstrated their recording of "Women Voice News", which was produced for the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF).

Experts Carry Out Inspection of CWU's Undergraduate Teaching Evaluation

At the laboratory of the School of Social Work, experts firstly visited the case studio and group work studio, and then listened to the introduction of the lab function. The inspection team also watched a group activity that was carried out by students of social work.

Afterwards, experts visited the moot court of the Law School and had exchanges with law students.

Experts Carry Out Inspection of CWU's Undergraduate Teaching Evaluation

At the CWU History Museum, student volunteers introduced the development of the school and showed the progress CWU has made in talent cultivation in recent years.

Experts Carry Out Inspection of CWU's Undergraduate Teaching Evaluation

Experts visited the China Women and Gender Library as the last stop of their inspection and heard a report on the compiling process of related books.

(Source: China Women's University / Translated and edited by Gender Study Network)

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