Original title: Tai'an City University for the Elderly opens its doors
At present, there are 991,400 elderly people over 60 years old in Tai'an, accounting for 17.6% of the total population. The spiritual and cultural needs of the elderly are increasing day by day, and higher requirements for the supply of elderly education resources in Tai'an have been raised.
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"Dan Qinghan Mo expresses his chest, his sword and poems shape his temperament." Tai'an City University for the Elderly adheres to cultural construction as the starting point, and promotes the extension of teaching to "three dimensions" of extracurricular, extracurricular, and society, and continues to deepen the connotation construction of senior education.
The reporter learned that the school focused on building a multi-level and diversified curriculum system based on the characteristics and needs of the elderly. At present, there are 13 departments, 46 majors, 120 teaching classes, living, health care, calligraphy, painting, literature, foreign languages, computer photography, folk crafts, vocal music, instrumental music, opera, dance, performance, etc. 4000 students in school I The courses offered cover all aspects of health care, culture, art, and life skills that are closely related to the elderly.
Su Baoju, executive vice president of Tai'an University for the Elderly, introduced to reporters that in recent years, on important festivals and anniversaries, the school has organized themed events such as campus culture and art festivals, gala evenings, etc .; students have been organized to Wuyuan, Jiangxi, Wanxianshan, Henan, and Wutaishan, Shanxi. In Guizhou, mountainous areas and other places, more than 20 times of off-campus gathering activities have been held; more than 10 times of foreign friendship activities have been held such as the "Six East Provinces and One City of East China" Friendship Association of Senior College Photographic Associations, exchanges at friendly schools, and visits to teaching bases. The healthy, happy and promising campus culture spreads to every corner, allowing students to nurture their bodies and minds and realize their own value in "learning, fun, and doing".
On the usual campus, more and more elderly people come here to receive the nourishment and influence of culture. They may cultivate their own self-cultivation and enrich their later life with knowledge and culture. The dream; or the afterglow of the heat, to give back to the society full of enthusiasm and energy, the majority of elderly students here harvested a sense of belonging, honor and happiness, and realized the beautiful wish of "young on campus".