Outline of the event

1. Objective
Participants will be provided with topics about the status of special needs education based on examples seen at high schools and universities, and then a round-table discussion will be held for each group. In addition, as a faculty member of the university, we aim to be a meaningful meeting for both sides as an opportunity to learn about problems in support and career guidance at high schools, etc., and requests for the university.

2. Date & Time: Thursday, December 5, 2019, 14:30~17:00

3. Venue:
Campus Plaza Kyoto [2F Conference Room 2] (939 Higashishiokojicho, Shiokoji-cho, Shiokoji-dori, Nishinotoin-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto)
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5-minute walk from Kyoto Station on the Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line, JR Lines, and Kintetsu Kyoto Line

4. Eligibility (1) Teachers working at high schools, etc. in Kyoto Prefecture (Regardless of school type of full-time, part-time, or special needs school) (2) Consortium of Universities Kyoto Member University Faculty and Staff

5. Capacity
(1) 40 (first-come, first-served basis) (2) About 10~15 people (
5 universities or more)

6. Participation fee

 Free 7. How to
apply Please see here for an overview of the event.

* We will send you a participation certificate by e-mail about one week before the event, so please bring your participation certificate on the day of the event.
* If you cannot send the participation application form, we will respond by e-mail separately, so please contact us by e-mail.

8. Application Period
: October 23, 2019 (Wed) ~ November 29, 2019 (Fri)

9. Contents and Schedule

Time Contents
14:00 Registration starts
14:30 Opening Remarks
14:40 Topic provided "High School-University Collaboration from the Perspective of Special Needs Education"
≪ lecturer≫
Ota (Associate Professor, Department of Child Education, Faculty of Contemporary Human Studies, Kyoto Notre Dame Women's University)
≪ Contents≫
It has been more than 10 years since special needs education began. In addition, in response to the increasing diversity of society, the number of infants, children, students, and students who require special consideration with diverse backgrounds and needs is increasing. I would like to consider the cases (virtual) that can be seen in high schools and universities from the perspective of special needs education.
15:10 Rest and move

Group Roundtable Discussion (90 minutes) 45 minutes × 2 times

You will be divided into small groups and have a discussion. Teachers of high schools, etc., should prepare questions about issues related to support for students with disabilities in various aspects such as learning, life, and career paths, as well as questions about the university. University faculty and staff will be asked to introduce the status of their efforts to support students with disabilities at each university, answer questions from high school teachers, etc., and exchange information and exchange.

16:50 Conclusion and Closing Remarks
17:00 closing

◆Application Note: Please be sure to check the following.
<About the roundtable discussions by group>
In order to refer to the topics covered in the round-table discussions by group, please fill out the participation application form about the contents you would like to cover from your standpoint.
(Example of teachers at high schools, etc.) I am worried about whether students with developmental disabilities will be able to adjust to the environment without problems after entering university.

10. Others
Organizer: University Consortium Kyoto

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