- “Strategies to Cultivate Competency in Classes” New Release
We are proud to announce the release of two new videos “Problem-solving” and“Grit” in our “Strategies to Cultivate Competency in Classes” series that explains how to foster student competencies using examples from actual classroom lessons.
- The 10th IWG OECD Informal Working Group Meeting (IWG) was held
The 10th IWG meeting for OECD The Future of Education and Skills 2030 Project was held during October 23rd, 24th, and the 25th of 2019 at Ilsan and Seoul, Korea. Professor Matsuo Naohiro and Specially appointed lecturer Hasegawa Yuka from NGE attended the meeting.
- Videos explaining competency development were released
As a outcome of our project, we have just released the following two videos: Video narratives that illustrate the concepts of OECD Learning Compass 2030, and “Teaching Strategies to Cultivate Competencies in Classes” instructional videos.
- We held a workshop on competency development using 21CoDOMoS in the teacher license renewal program
On August 19, 2019, we conducted a workshop on competency development using our lesson video distribution system "21CoDOMoS" under the title of "Thinking about the ideal way of teaching to forster competences for children" in the teacher license renewal program.
- Senior analyst Taguma Miho from OECD Education and Skills visited us
OECD Education and Skill senior analyst Taguma Miho visited Tokyo Gaukgei University along with MEXT Elementary and Secondary Education Bureau Financial Affairs Division Deputy Director Suzuki Fumitaka and Minister's Secretariat International Affairs Division Deputy Director Horio Taka on June 19, 2019.
- Associate Professor Tsukamoto Kentaro participated in the 9th OECD Informal Working Group Meeting (IWG)
The 9th OECD Informal Working Group Meeting (IWG) was held in British Columbia, Canada, this past May of 2019. Tokyo Gakugei University Associate Professor and Research Organization for Next Generation Education member Tsukamoto Kentaro participated in the meeting.
- Teaching strategies implemented by our attached schools are featured by OECD on their website
OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) is featuring short videos of lesson strategies developed through a collaborative research between the Research Organization for Next-Generation Education and Tokyo Gakugei University attached schools on their website.
- We published an instructional manual that helps teachers evaluate competencies
Evaluation Team’s research results are now available as a book Gakkō de Hagukumu Shishitsu Nōryoku wo Hyōka […]
- Teaching strategies we developed for fostering student competencies are now part of the online teacher license renewal course
Research Organization for Next-Generation Education provides teacher license renewal courses held in an e-lear […]
- Publication of NGE Report_vol.01(English version)
I published NGE Report_vol.01(English version) The English version of the NGE Report vol.1 was published. *The terms in the articles are as of the time of publicaition in Japanese.
- Publication of NGE Report_vol.04
I published NGE Report_vol.04
- Publication of NGE Report_Extra Volume
I published NGE Report_Extra Volume
- Publication of NGE Report_vol.03
I published NGE Report_vol.03
- Publication of NGE Report_vol.02
I published NGE Report_vol.02
- Curriculum Center Symposium
Date: December 13, 2015 (Sun.) Time: 13:30–16:30 Venue: Tokyo Gakugei University The 16th (2015) Symposium: "21st Century Competencies" and Teachers’ Role
- Japan Seminar
Date: December 10 (Thurs.) Time: 9:30–16:30 Venue: TKP Garden City Takebashi The 18th OECD/ Japan Seminar "Education 2030: 21st Century Competencies"
- IMPULS Symposium
Date: October 18 (Sat.) Time: 9:30–16:30 Venue: Plaza Heisei, Tokyo International Exchange Center International Symposium "Essential Mathematics for the next generation－What and how students should learn"
- The Japanese Association of Teaching and Learning Materials’ Symposium
Date: October 10 (Sat.) Time: 14:40–17:10 Venue: Tokyo Gakugei University Theme "Recommendations to Next-Generation Educational Models—What and how to teach"