Non-supervised Conscience Test Campaign
The College of Education has conducted the "Non-supervised Conscience Test Campaign" through the cooperation of the professors and student council since 2005. The campaign helps promote the College of Educations's rich academic tradition in which students and teachers practice mutual trust and socialize honestly. Among all the majors and courses taught at the College of Education, at least one class per professor operates as a non-supervised conscience test.
The College of Education's graduates lead current students in the classroom or they work on fostering talented people. In order to do this, students in the College of Education must be a model for humanity. Non-supervised conscience tests establish a scale and guidelines for professors to evaluate students' attitudes and personalities to maintain a balanced academic environment.