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Kyoto FD Exchange Meeting (from FY2019)

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The University Consortium Kyoto has been promoting FD activities in the Kyoto area together with its member schools since 1995, soon after its establishment, as an organizational effort for teachers to improve and improve their teaching content and methods.

In 2019, we launched the new “Kyoto FD Exchange Meeting” as a place for university faculty and staff to share ideas and concerns about FD, and to interact on various themes related to FD, beyond the boundaries of the university to which they belong. Ta.

The Kyoto FD Exchange Meeting in 2023 will be held three times in total.

Event overview

subject
Faculty and staff of universities and junior colleges

*Full-time or part-time, regardless of years of service


*Participants are welcome regardless of whether they are member schools or non-member schools.
participation fee
free
main reminder
University Consortium Kyoto Public Interest Incorporated Foundation

Part 1: “Students’ Japanese language skills (Japanese language education)”

~ Be careful because it’s an obvious thing!


Developing the thinking skills necessary for university study through reading and writing training
This time, the first of the 2023 Kyoto FD Exchange Meeting, the theme is “Be careful because it’s obvious! Developing the thinking skills necessary for university studies through reading and writing training”.

It has already been pointed out that college students’ Japanese language ability is declining, but the decline in Japanese language ability (especially reading comprehension) is not just due to Japanese vocabulary and written expression skills, but also to “thinking” based on Japanese. I think it can also be seen as a decline in power.


At this event, we would like to invite not only people who are concerned about the decline in Japanese language and thinking skills of students in various daily instruction situations, but also people who are involved in first-year education and curriculum management. , or those who would like to share this awareness of issues with faculty members from other universities, we would like to think together beyond the boundaries of the university about how we can foster students’ thinking skills through reading and writing training. .


This is not a “training session” but a “community meeting”, so please feel free to join us.
schedule August 10, 2023 (Wednesday) 13:30~16:30
venue Campus Plaza Kyoto 2nd floor hall
Capacity Level 30
topic provider Mr. Hiromitsu Fuku

(Lecturer, Faculty of Letters, Soka University)
coordinator Mr. Shinji Matsumoto

(Vice President, Bukkyo University, Professor, Faculty of Letters/Member, University Consortium Kyoto FD Planning and Research Committee)
constitute Topic provided
“Be careful because it’s obvious!

Develop the thinking skills necessary for university studies through reading and writing training.”

Group work ①

Divide into groups and compile questions and opinions to the topic provider.

Question-and-answer session Group work ②

Read the book review assignment and present the questions and tasks compiled by each group.

Summary
Closing session/Questionnaire answers

Part 2: “Transformation of classes in elementary and secondary education through the GIGA School Concept.

What should we think about the future of universities from this perspective?”
In primary and secondary education, the GIGA School Initiative is creating an environment in which each learner can learn using an information terminal and network connection, promoting Japanese-style education in the Reiwa era. About three years have passed since the GIGA School, we will explain the current changes in classes mainly at elementary and junior high schools, using cutting-edge examples.

Based on this, I would like to think with you about how the university environment (classes, research, student life) will change in the future.


This is not a “training session” but a “community meeting”, so please feel free to join us.
schedule Saturday, December 16, 2023, 13:00-15:20

*Ending time may change depending on progress.
venue Campus Plaza Kyoto 3rd Conference Room
Capacity Level 30
topic provider Mr. Tetsu Nakagawa

(President, EdLog Co., Ltd./Inspection Committee Member, Elementary and Secondary Education Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (GIGA School Strategy Officer/Visiting Professor, Ritsumeikan University))
coordinator Hidehiro Nakajima

(Professor, Ritsumeikan University Educational Development Promotion Organization/Chairman, University Consortium Kyoto FD Planning and Research Committee)
constitute Topic provided
“Transformation of classes in elementary and secondary education through the GIGA School concept.

What should universities think about in the future?”

Q&A

session


general discussion/summary


closing/questionnaire filling out

Part 3: “Actual Situation and Issues! What is the actual situation of supporting students with disabilities and what should universities do?”

~In anticipation of the law revision from April 1st~
I believe that reasonable accommodations have been implemented at universities, and that they are dealing with students on a daily basis, keeping in mind the following questions: “Providing reasonable accommodations” and “What can we do for students with disabilities or concerns?”

At this meeting, we will invite Mr. Jun Murata of Kyoto University to talk about the current state of support, and together we will think about the type of support that university faculty and staff should provide in the future. Why not think about support and challenges for students with disabilities and anxiety beyond the framework of the university, together with faculty and staff from other universities?


This is not a “training session” but a “community meeting”, so please feel free to join us.
schedule March 23, 2024 (Sat) 13:30-16:30

*Ending time is subject to change depending on progress.
venue Campus Plaza Kyoto 2nd floor hall
Capacity Level 30
topic provider Mr. Jun Murata

(Associate Professor, Kyoto University Student Support Organization)
coordinator Mr. Shinji Matsumoto

(Vice President, Bukkyo University, Professor, Faculty of Letters/Member of the University Consortium Kyoto FD Planning and Research Committee)
constitute Topic provided
“Actual situation and challenges! What is the actual situation of supporting students with disabilities and what should universities do?”

~In anticipation of the law revision from April 1st~

Group work

Q&A


Group work (experience)/Summary


closing/Questionnaire filling out

We will start accepting applications from 10:00 on Wednesday, February 21, 2024.

Click here to apply


Contact information

University Consortium Kyoto Public Interest Incorporated Foundation FD Business

TEL 075-353-9163 FAX 075-353-9101


600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto, Shimoru, Nishinotoin Dori Shiokoji, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City


*Business hours: Tuesday – Saturday 9:00 – 17:00 00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

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