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Disseminating the Educational Capabilities of Universities

22nd FD Forum

Disseminating the Educational Capabilities of Universities
Saturday, March 4, 2017 13:00~17:00 Symposium (Doors open at 12:00) Saturday, March 4, 2017 17:30~19:00 Information exchange meeting
Sunday, March 5, 2017 10:00~15:30 Breakout Session (Reception starts at 9:00)

Sunday, March 5, 2017 11:00~15:30Poster Session (12:00~13:30Core Time)

Day 1 (March 4): Kyoto Concert Hall Large Hall Day 2 (March 5): Inamori Memorial Hall
(Kyoto Prefectural University Shimogamo Campus) *The nearest station is Kitayama Station on the Kyoto
Municipal Subway Karasuma Line.
University Consortium Kyoto
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology / Kyoto Prefecture / Kyoto City / Association of Public Universities
22nd FD Forum Leaflet 【Click here for details】

<Day 1 Time Schedule>
Venue: Kyoto Concert Hall

Time Contents
13:00~17:00 Symposium "Disseminating the Educational Power of Universities ~Reform of Liberal Arts Education and Modern Society~"
17:30~19:00 Information Exchange Meeting (Venue: Kyoto Concert Hall Foyer)

<Day 2 Time Schedule>
Venue: Inamori Memorial Hall (Kyoto Prefectural University, Shimogamo Campus)

Time Contents


◆ 【Subcommittee 1】Imadoki's University Education and "Good Learning" ~Issues and Practical Hints for First-Year Education and Common Education Found in Co-Creation
【Subcommittee 2】Design of Basic Science Education 【Subcommittee 3】Choosing
a Women's University in the Diversification of Education
【Subcommittee 4】Planning and operation of FD based on the context of one's own university
【Subcommittee 5】How to improve
learning outcomes in undergraduate seminars 【Subcommittee 6】True Hopes
and Hopes of "Middle Leaders" Teachers Responsible for Educational Reform ~The State of Middle Management~
【Subcommittee 7】Universities, Theaters, Museums, Art Museums
【Subcommittee 8】Professional Education in Health and Medical Care: Raising the Independence, Satisfaction, and Understanding
of Learners
【Subcommittee 9】Learning Commons
for Students by Student Students 【Subcommittee 10】Self-school education as liberal arts education ~Issues and prospects related to
the realization of "Founding Spirit and Philosophy"~
【Subcommittee 11】Exploring
the visualization of education that fosters students' independent learning and autonomy 【Subcommittee 12】From "Active Learning" to " Go to "Interactive Learning
【Education Update】Exploring the Next Education of Active Learning~ 【Subcommittee 13】Classes and Fieldwork ~How to Connect the Inside and Outside of the Classroom~

【Subcommittee 14】Educational Capabilities
in the Field in Disaster Recovery Support Activities 【Session 15】Life Skills as Liberal Arts

◆Poster Session◆
(Venue: Inamori Memorial Hall, 1F and 2F corridors)
Application announcements
by Kyoto member universities of the University Consortium Poster display time: 11:00~15:30 Poster Session Core Time: 12:00~13:30

※In core time, The presenter answers questions from the participants in front of the poster.

Implementation Report

The 22nd FD Forum Report Collection【Click here for details】

In late June 2017, we plan to send a report collection to applicants (those who wish to collect reports who have paid the participation fee).
* It is scheduled to be released on the website after July 2017.

On March 4~5, 2017, the 22nd FD Forum: Disseminating the Educational Capabilities of Universities was held at Kyoto Prefectural University.

The document titled "Review of the Organization and Overall Operations of National University Corporations," which became a hot topic in 2015, could be read as an argument that calls for a shift to a field with high social demand. While facing policy guidance, it is the independent actions of individual universities that are responsible for educational reform. As students' academic abilities and motivations diversify, what kind of improvements are needed in the liberal arts education curriculum? More than 20 years after the Charter was established, what kind of challenges are university-wide organizations that are responsible for liberal arts education facing? This forum was held with the participation of 797 people from 273 universities and institutions nationwide from the viewpoint that "if you look at the reform stance of liberal arts education (general education), the educational capabilities of the university will emerge naturally."

On the first day, Tetsusuke Hayashi (Project Professor, Institute for Liberal Arts Education and Research and Promotion, Kyoto Three Universities / Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University), Yoshitaka Hibi (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Nagoya University), and Tetsuro Onizuka (Professor, Faculty of Cultural Studies, Kyoto Sangyo University) gave presentations from different perspectives. In the panel discussion and floor discussion that followed, active discussions were held between the speakers and participants in a participatory manner at the venue.

On the second day, 15 subcommittees were held on themes of great interest to university educators. At the "Poster Session" held at the same time, which exhibited a total of 19 "educational practice cases" from 11 member universities of the University Consortium Kyoto, and the "Special Booth" exhibited by three institutions that publish education-related books, many participants stopped to listen to the explanations of the person in charge and actively asked questions.

Contact information

Consortium of Universities Kyoto FD Project
TEL 075-353-9163 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto
, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto *Reception hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00~17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

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