1. Description of Our Community
Zhutang Township of Changhua County is formed by the accumulation of Dongluoxi and Xiluoxi, which are divided by Zhuoshui Creek, and is located in the center of the Fan Plain of Zhuoshui Creek. The origin of the place name 'Bamboo Pond' was named after the ancestors of the area developed the early reeds and bamboo swamps and the depressions in the depression. Another said that the bamboo pond is rich in bamboo and densely populated with water ponds. Because of its reputation, it has the old name 'bamboo head'. The land in the village has been accumulating from the Zhuoshui Creek over the years. Due to the fertile soil, sufficient water sources and mild climate, the place also has a thriving agricultural landscape: muddy rice, vegetables, grapes, shaky, dragon fruit, peaches, Gao Jie, As long as you are willing to sweat and work hard, you will find everything here. It seems to be an agricultural treasure.
2. Summary of Our Project
About two-thirds of the land in Zhutang Township is agricultural land, and more than half of the households are farmers. The south of the township is surrounded by Zhuoshui Creek and all are flat. Zhuoshui Creek brings brown, black soil with high viscosity from the upstream. Combined with turbid water irrigation, it is very suitable for planting rice, producing good quality turbid water rice that won the national championship year after year. We are born and raised children in the bamboo pond. We hope that through the famous 'bamboo pond rice', we will not only let ourselves know the products that our hometown and family depend on, but also let us have more experience of eating rice from the 'mouth' but we have never seen People who grow rice in the 'mud' have the opportunity to re-experience this wonderful journey from 'mud to mouth'. Therefore, the introduction of our special research project starts with everyone who knows our hometown and our special rice (Taijian No. 9 rice) specialties, and then looks at the diverse presentation and marketing of rice products, and finally let everyone see us Continue to work for your hometown.
3. Our Computer and Internet Access
A. Percentage of students using the Internet at home:less than 20
B. Number of workstations with Internet access in the classroom:more than 6
C. Connection speed used in the classroom:dedicated connection
D. Number of years our classroom has been connected to the Internet:more than 6
4. Problems We Had To Overcome
The problem we undergo in the process of our teamwork is the limited time.The whole job are not only accomplished by only one person, all of our works had been distributed into several parts.In order to construct the rigid model of the result, each of the teammate dedicated to the resource by reading lots of literature.As the systematically planning,we finally accomplish the network as soon as possible.
5. Our Project Sound Bite
As a teacher, just like the parents of students in school, teach students to identify with their hometown, understand their own growth context, and learn from students, it is a nutrient for growth; for school teachers, the basic goal of teaching; for the community, they can break learning The fence makes the elders become people of cultural transmission and develops and activates this place of its own.
6. How did your activities and research for this CyberFair Project support standards, required coursework and curriculum standards?
We integrate the content of the learning into these areas by combining the field curriculum established by the state (developed by the state) and the revised (flexible) curriculum with local characteristics. From the hometown, we learn about ourselves and the living environment.