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[For high school teachers] “3rd Kyoto High School Teacher Exchange Meeting” September 12th (Thursday) Recruiting participants

 The “Kyoto High School Teacher Exchange Meeting” transcends the boundaries of schools and establishments, and exchanges ideas and concerns regarding school/homeroom management, class improvement, etc., and shares thoughts on solutions. It started in 2018 as a place for sharing.
 The 3rd edition will be held as follows. Each session is a one-shot event, so you can participate regardless of whether you have participated in the past.
 In the third installment, we will focus on the “University Entrance Examination Reform” (entrance examination reform related to the selection of students admitted in 2021), which many high school teachers are currently interested in. Using the theme of “Notice regarding the review of the FY2021 University Entrance Selection Implementation Guidelines”, we will discuss the progress of each school’s efforts toward introducing a common university entrance test and changing the format of the survey form. In addition, university faculty members will also be joining us to exchange information and interact.
 We understand that this is a busy time, but we look forward to your active participation. We would also be happy to hear from any teachers you know.

Date and time Thursday, September 12, 2019 18:00-20:00 (Reception 17:45-)
*Late participation is also welcome.
Place Campus Plaza Kyoto 4th floor lecture room 4
(Kyoto City Shimogyo-ku Nishinotoin-dori Shiokoji-shita Ru) Right in front of Kyoto Station Bic Camera
theme University entrance selection reform
Composition 18:00-18:15 [Opening/Explanation of purpose]
 Lecturer: Mr. Toshihiro Onishi (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Ryukoku University)
18:15-19:25 [Group Discussion]
 Divide into groups, share the content of the preliminary assignment, and exchange opinions
 University teachers also joined each group to interact and exchange opinions with high schools and universities
19:25-19:55 [General sharing]
 Share the opinions expressed in each group and exchange opinions
19:55-20:00 [Closing]

*Some contents may change depending on the number of applicants.
participation fee free
subject Any high school teacher can participate.
*On the day of the event, we would appreciate it if you could bring your business card with you and exchange contact information with other participants.
Preparation After the event, we are planning a social gathering near Kyoto Station. Please let us know in your application form whether you will be attending the social gathering. We will contact you with details after you apply. (Membership fee is expected to be 4,000 to 5,000 yen)
Upcoming events

The next, 4th, event is scheduled to be held in November with the theme of “Exchange meeting for candidate research themes for the opening of science and mathematics research courses.”
In addition, the 5th event is scheduled to be held around late February 2020 with the theme of “Class experience to acquire problem discovery skills and a gathering to exchange opinions.”


※3rd Kyoto High School Teacher Exchange Meeting Flyer[Download]

How to apply

 Please download the participation application form below (1st sheet: application form, 2nd sheet: pre-assignment), fill in the necessary information, and send it to the University Consortium Kyoto Office by fax or e-mail.

◆3rd Kyoto High School Teacher Exchange Meeting Participation Application Form[Download]

FAX: 075-353-9101 
E-mail: kodai■consortium.or.jp (please change ■ to @)

Application deadline

September 5, 2019 (Wood)

Contact information

University Consortium Kyoto Public Interest Incorporated Foundation, Educational Development Division, High School-University Collaboration Project
Phone: 075-353-9153 FAX: 075-353-9101 
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto, Nishinotoin-dori Shiokoji, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City
*Counter reception hours: Tuesday to Saturday 9:00 to 17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)