FY 2011

Outline of the event


Thinking about Career Education at Universities
~Do companies need to develop the human resources they are looking for at universities? ~

The 17th FD Forum

Date & Time
Saturday, March 3, 2012 13:00~17:10 Symposium
17:30~19:00 Information Exchange Meeting
Sunday, March 4, 2012
10:00~15:30 Mini Symposium and Breakout Sessions (concurrently)
Kyoto Sangyo University
University Consortium Kyoto
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology / Kyoto Prefecture / Kyoto City
The 17th FD Forum Leaflet [Click here for details]
Day 1 <> 13:00~19:00
time substance
13:00~13:10 Opening Remarks
Theme: Do companies need to develop human resources at universities?
Koichiro Komikawa (Professor, Faculty of Career Design, Hosei University)
Akihisa Fukasawa (General Manager, Human Resources Development Office, Human Resources Department, Career Design Center, and Global HR Group Leader, Shiseido Co., Ltd.)
Masaru Matsutaka (Associate Professor, Faculty of Business Administration, Kyoto Sangyo University)
Designated Discussant:
Takashi Matsumoto (Manager, Business Development Division, University Division, Benesse Corporation)
Masayuki Murakami (Associate Professor, Center for Multimedia Education and Research, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies)
17:30~19:00 Information Exchange Meetings
Day 2 <> 10:00~15:30
time substance
Breakout Sessions
◆Mini Symposium◆
[1st Mini-Symposium]
Theme: “Toward a Paradigm Shift in University Classes”
[The 2nd Mini-Symposium]
Theme: “Skills and Curriculum Expected of Graduates of Nursing Colleges”
[The 3rd Mini-Symposium]
Theme: “The Position of Specialized Elements in First-Year Introductory Education”
[The 4th Mini-Symposium]
Theme: “It’s hard to understand, it’s FD now”

◆Breakout Sessions◆
Session 1: Rethinking the nature of high school-university collaboration
Session 2: Systematic Introduction and Utilization of Teaching Portfolios
Session 3: Science Literacy in Liberal Arts Education
―Aiming to acquire problem-finding and problem-solving skills―
Session 4: Disaster Preparedness and Universities: What Is Our Role?
Session 5: Considering the Ideal Approach to Teacher Training in Cooperation between Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and Elementary School
– What do they have in common and what are their differences?
Session 6: < Qualities and < Literacy> that Students of Arts and Expression Universities Should Acquire>
Session 7: Organizational Support for Students with Developmental Disabilities
Session 8: Attempts to Support Students to Study Abroad and International Exchange
Session 9: “Private Language” and “Silence” in Universities
Session 10: Educational Improvement in Collaboration ~Thinking through the Activities of the Japan-U.S. Consortium~ *2009 Strategic University Collaboration Support Project “International Collaboration Program Development” (with consecutive interpretation)


University Consortium Kyoto FD Project
TEL 075-353-9163 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Nishitoin-dori, Shiokoji, Shimo-ku, Kyoto, Campus Plaza Kyoto
* Business hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00 ~ 17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)