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Lin, Mei-Chun
 
Titles嚗Professor & Dean of College of Performance and Visual Arts
Education嚗M.A. in Theatre, ASU,Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction
Specialty嚗
Drama Education- Theory& Application; Performing Art- Curriculum, Assessment& Teachers' Education; Museum Theater- Educational Performing Design& Stuff Training
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(06)260-0419嚗 (06)260-6123#7304
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meichun@mail.nutn.edu.tw
Lin, Mei-Chun  
AA-Level Journal Papers within 5 Years
  • Lin, M. C. (2017). Facing the Challenges of Glocalization of Drama Education in Museum. Research in Drama Education-The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 22 (4), 519-522.  (SSCI)
  • Wang, W. J. ,  Lin, M. C., Tan, J., Hanasaki, S. & Chan, Y.L. (2017). Tackling local issues with applied theatre praxes in globalized Asia. Research in Drama Education-The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 22 (4), 500-501.  (SSCI)
  • Lin, M. C. (2016). Let Museum Walk into Classroom through “Drama-Treasure-Box”. Journal of  Aesthetic Education, 212, 70-78.
  • Lin, M. C. (2016). The process of performain arts teachers' knowledge transformation in an in-service training course, Research in Art Education, 31(1),79-110 . (TSSCI, A-level Journal)
  • Winston, J. & Lin, M. C. (2015). Navigating the boundaries of cultural difference through participatory drama. Research in Drama Education-The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance20 (2), 196-212. (SSCI, A-level Journal)
  • Lin, M. C.& Winston, J. (2014).  Globalized Action and Cross-cultural Collaboration through Drama Education: Using a Taiwanese Folktale to Develop a Drama Lesson as an Example. Curriculum & Instruction Quarterly, 17(2). (TSSCI, A-level Journal)
  • Lin, M. C. (2013). The development of a performance assessment with performing arts teachers in Taiwan-from national policy to classroom practice. Research in Drama Education-The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 18 (3), 296-312.(SSCI, A-level Journal)
  • Wu, F. H.& Lin, M. C. (2013). Curriculum Integration in Kindergarten: Building from Dramatic Framework of Stories. Research in Drama Education & Theatre Studies, 4, 7-32.
  • Lin, M. C. (2013). The Transformation of “Exploring and Performing” Competence Indicators in Arts and Humanity Learning Area in Junior High School-Using Performing Arts Curriculum in the Seventh grade as Example. Curriculum & Instruction Quarterly, 16(3). (TSSCI, A-level Journal)
  • Lin, C. H.& Lin, M. C. (2013). Study of Case Method Instruction in
    pre-service teacher-training programs: Using creative drama courses as the example. Research in Drama Education & Theatre Studies, 3, 29-56.
  • Lin, M. C. (2012). The development on the learning indicators of Aesthetic Domain for kindergarten curriculum in Taiwan-  using the construction of a drama indicator and scale as an example, Journal of Modern Education, 20(4), 1-44. (TSSCI, A-level Journal)
  • Lin, M. C. (2011). Study on the assessment tasks and rubrics for Drama Strand IIIDrama Appreciation for the mid-graders’ performing art class in primary school, Research in Art Education, 21(1). (TSSCI, A-level Journal)
  • Wu, L. W.& Lin, M. C. (2010). An Action Research of Using Drama Strategies to Promote the Appreciation of Drama/Theatre Arts in a 3rd Grade Class in the Elementary School-the Example Curriculum of "the Castle of the Witch".Drama Education and Applied Theatre.1, 27-56. 
  • Lin, M. C. (2010). Study on the development of a rubrics for the Performing Arts class-Using Drama Strand II for example, Journal of Modern Education, 18(2), 113-154. (TSSCI, A-level Journal)
  • Lin, M. C. (2010). Study on the performance assessment -building the basic rubrics to evaluate the drama competence for primary school students.  Journal of Education, 34, 179-222. (TSSCI , A-level Journal)
  • Lo, S. M. & Lin, M. C. (2010). Developing a Drama appreciation curriculum for the young children in the kindergarten.  Research in Drama Education and Theatre Application,1, 141-175 .
  • Wu, L. W. & Lin, M. C. (2010). The drama appreciation class in the elementary school---An action research.  Research in Drama Education and Theatre Application,1, 27-56. (TSSCI , A-level Journal)
  • Lin, M. C. (2009). Case Method Instruction in the drama teacher training program. Research in Art Education,17, 1-38.(TSSCI , A-level Journal)
  • Lin, M. C. (2006). The Development of Drama Education in England and United States. Journal of  Aesthetic Education, 154, 78-83.
  • Lin, M. C. (2006). The development of a performing art curriculum through action ---starting from the drama class. Journal of Curriculum and Instruction,9(4), 119-139. (TSSCI , A-level Journal)
  • Lin, M. C.,Chu, C. L.& Kan, G.B. (2004). The Development of Drama Integrated Curriculum In the Kindergartenz-An Action Research. Journal of Curriculum and Instruction,7(3), 89-105. (TSSCI , A-level Journal)
BBook & Chapter in a Book or in the Research Collection
  • Akuno, E., Klepacki, L., Lin, M-C., O’Toole, J., Reihana, T., Wagner, E. and Zapata Restrepo, G. (2015).’Whose Arts Education? International and Intercultural Dialogue.’ In Michael Fleming, Liora Bresler and John O’Toole (eds.) pp. 79-106. The Routledge International Handbook of the Arts and Education. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
  • Lin, M. C. (2005). Theory and Practice of Creative Drama –An Action research in the classroom. Taipei嚗Psychological Publisher.
  • Shea, Y.M., Lin, M. C., & Hong, S. T.(2010).  Design of the curriculum and Assessment for Arts and Humanity.  Chapter in Hong, B. S.(Ed.)嚗The design of curriculum and Assessment for the National curriculum (p269-294). Taipei嚗Psychological Publisher.
  • Lin, M. C. (2009). Planting the seeds of Drama Education in Taiwan—analysis on the process of transformation of a local curriculum. Paper in J. Su & Y. L. Chen (Editors), Planting trees of drama with global vision in local knowledge: IDEA 2007 dialogues (288-298). Hong Kong嚗Hong Kong Forum Publisher.
  • Gang, G.B.& Lin, M. C. (2009). Drama in the Kindergarten---using “Mantle of the Expert” as example. Paper in Ping-Tung Normal University (Editor), Forum on Education and Culture for Early Childhood and Literature (209-235), Ping-Tung: Ping-Tung University press.
  • Lin, M.C.& Lu, J.H.(2008). History of Art Education in Taiwan---The performing Art, in M. S. Cheng (Editor), History of Art Education in Taiwan(163-214). Taipe嚗National Council of Art Education.

CConference Presentations 
  • Lin, M. C. (2017, August). The collisions and Coalitions under the wave of glocalization. Paper presented at American Alliance for Theatre & Education 2017 conference, New Orleans.
  • Lin, M. C. (2017, April). The deepening experience on Culture Diversity through Process drama. Paper presented at UNITWIN-Arts Education Research for Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development meeting, Singapore.
  • Lin, M. C. (2015, July). Exploring Identity, Culture, and Difference of the responses between adult teachers and 5th grade students in the story drama classes. Paper presented at the meeting of International Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI), Singapore. 
  • Lin, M.C. (2015, March). The development of Aesthetic Domain in the new national curriculum guideline for Early Childhood Education. Paper presented at the 1st International Symposium on Research in Arts Education, National Normal University, Taipei.
  • Lin, M.C. (2014, May). The teachers’ awareness of implementing drama assessment in Taiwanese junior high school classes. Paper presented at Global Academic Network International Conference, Tokyo.
  • Lin, M.C. (2013, July). The Journey of Taiwanese History through Treasure Box -a drama education program collaborated by the museum and schools. Paper presented at the 8th World Congress for International Drama/Theatre and Education Association (IDEA), Paris.
  •  Winston, J. & Lin, M.C. (2013, July). Navigating the Boundaries of Cultural Difference: sharing stories and pedagogy. Paper presented at the 8th World Congress for International Drama/Theatre and Education Association (IDEA), Paris.
  • Lin, M.C. (2013, April). Arts Education Assessment in Taiwan: Policy and Practice. Paper presented at the 4th International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education, Taipei.
  • Lin, M. C. (2012, July). The Performance assessment in the performing art curriculum in Taiwan. Paper presented at the meeting of International Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI), Ireland.
  • Lin, M. C. (2010, August). Developing a Rubric for the assessment of students’ performance -Using drama strand III as the criteria. Paper presented AATE conference, San Francisco.
  • Lin, M. C. (2009, July). Process of developing a drama rubric---Using drama strand II for the primary grade in Taiwan. Paper presented at International Drama in Education Research Institute conference (IDIERI), Sydney.
  • Lin, M. C. (2009, February). The development of drama curriculum and assessment in Taiwan- Using drama content I as an example. Paper presented at Japan Drama / Theatre and Education Association conference, Fukuoka.Lin, M. C. (2008, July). How to develop a rubric scale for your drama class: experience from Taiwan. Paper presented at AATE conference, Atlanta.
  • Lin, M.C. (2007, July). Planting the Seeds of Drama Education in Taiwan—A Curriculum Model for Performing Arts in the Elementary School. Paper presented at IDEA conference, Hong Kong.
  • Lin, M.C. (2006, July). Using drama as a framework to develop the curriculum in a fifth-grade elementary class—experience of Taiwan. Paper presented at AATE conference , Washington, DC.
 
DTranslated Books
  • Lin, M.C.(2010). Translated from: B. T. Salisbury, Theatre Arts in the classroom I & II. Taipei: Psychology Press.
  • Lin, M.C.& O, E.M.嚗2007嚗Translated from J. O'Toole, B. Burton & A. Plunkett, Cooling Conflict: Using drama to deal with school bully and conflict. Taipei: Psychology Press.
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