Active Learning in a Globalized World: Inquiry-based Learning Week at Tamagawa Academy, Tokyo, Japan from 27 October to 1 November 2015
As an extension of its Super Global High School Program, the Tamagawa Academy held a Global Enquiry-Based Learning Week offering a creative platform for reflection, sharing and action for Japanese secondary school teachers on the role of inquiry-based learning in a globalized world. The week included various open classes, a conference (31 October) and a teacher workshop (1 November). David Selby and Fumiyo Kagawa of Sustainability Frontiers were invited to make a leading contribution to the week.
On 28 October, they facilitated a workshop on active learning on climate change issues for pre-service teachers at Tamagawa University. At the conference on 31 October David gave a keynote speech titled Searching for the Lost Key: Integral Learning for a Just and Kinder World before some 250 educators from across Japan.
Fumiyo contributed to a panel discussion focusing on the Tamagawa Academy’s Super Global High School Program later that day. On 1 November, David and Fumiyo facilitated a whole-day interactive teacher workshop, Learning for Resilience: New Dimensions of Global Education for some 44 teachers and teacher educators.
For further details of the Tamagawa Super Global High School Program, click here.
For further details, contact Sustainability Frontiers Associate Member, Munetaka Soai, who is responsible for the Program: [email protected]