Education for International Understanding

日本における国際理解教育について検討する。在日コリアンの教育、帰国児童生徒教育、外国籍児童生徒教育等を事例としながら現代的な教育課題について考察する。授業では、まず、日本における国際理解教育の展開について整理し、その課題の変遷を把握する。次に、個別の教育課題として、在日コリアンの教育、帰国児童生徒教育、外国籍児童生徒教育等を事例として、その課題の背景にある社会変化及び関連施策について理解を深める。授業の後半では、これらの事例に共通する課題として、教育の機会均等、学校適応、母語保持などを取り上げ、子どもたちの文化的・言語的多様性に対応した学校教育のあり方を検討する。 Degree Programs in Comprehensive Human Sciences Master’s Program in Education Tsukuba Campus 汎用コンピテンス:知の活用力
専門コンピテンス:教育課題発見能力 Mon3,4 0ATAL15 2.0 1・2 Lectures This course may not be available if there are too many participants. Lectures are conducted in English if requested 授業中の発表(20%)、エッセイ(80%) https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0ATAL15/eng/

Education in Japan: Principles Policies and Practice I

Learning objective of this course is to understand the issues of education in contemporary Japan in terms of policies, institutions and practices and discuss the issues based on sufficient knowledge. This course will outline principles, policies and practices of Japanese education. Topics covered will include the education system, school management, mathematics education, science education, social studies education, language education policy, moral education, special needs education and higher education. Have a discussion based on the focus of the class to deepen your understanding of the issues. This class is mainly conducted in English. Degree Programs in Comprehensive Human Sciences Master’s Program in Education Tsukuba Campus General-purpose comptension: The power to utilize know

Specialized Competencies: Ability to discover educational issues Kawaguchi Jun Mon4 0ATAL20 1.0 1・2 Lectures This course may not be available if there are too many participants. Lecture is conducted in English. Comment cards (20%), essays (80%) https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0ATAL20/eng/

Education in Japan: Principles Policies and Practice II

現代日本の教育政策、制度、実践を支える諸理論について理解を深めるとともに、諸外国との比較を行うことで、日本の教育の特徴を検討する。Education in Japan Iで履修した内容をより深化させ、日本の教育に対する理解を促す。具体的に扱う領域は、キャリア教育、学校経営論、特別支援教育の3点とし、近年の改革動向とその課題を提示する。授業の内容をもとに討論を行い、論点についての理解を深める。なお、主として英語で授業を行う。 Degree Programs in Comprehensive Human Sciences Master’s Program in Education Tsukuba Campus 汎用コンピテンス:知の活用力
専門コンピテンス:教育課題発見能力 Fujita Teruyuki,Sato Hiroshi,Kawaguchi Jun Intensive 0ATAL21 2.0 1・2 Lectures This course may not be available if there are too many participants. 春Cは集中授業として実施する。
Lecture is conducted in English. コメントカード(20%)、エッセイ(80%) https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0ATAL21/eng/

Pedagogy of Higher Education

The purpose of this discipline: mastering the fundamentals of the professional and pedagogical culture of the teacher of higher education, familiarizing future teachers with the general problems, methodological and theoretical foundations of high school pedagogy, modern technologies of analysis, planning and organization of teaching and upbringing, and communicative technologies of the subject-subject interaction of the teacher and student in the educational process of the university. Master student is able to master the basics of professional pedagogical culture of teachers of high school: to explain the general issues methodological and theoretical bases of pedagogy in higher education Faculty of International Relations Karasai Psychology Week1:Development trends of higher education in the modern world, regulatory documents in the education system Week2: The modern paradigm of higher education Week3: The system of higher professional education in Kazakhstan D. Yertargynkyzy Ped5203 3 Master 1st year Al-Farabi Kazakh National University Exams (25%), Activity in classromm (75%) yerdinara@gmail.com

Inclusive education

The purpose of this discipline: the formation of students’ knowledge of the basic conceptual laws, principles, methods of inclusive education and the skills of psychological and pedagogical support of the process of integrating children into the educational and social environment. Students will be able to know the theoretical foundations: the goals and objectives of the taught subject, taking into account the current stage of development of inclusive education. Faculty of Philosophy and Political Science Karasai Pedagogy Week1: The history of the formation and development of inclusive education ideas. Week2: International experience of inclusive education. Distinctive features of integrated and inclusive education Week3: The principles of inclusive education. Inclusive approach to education M.N. Atem Ped5203 2 Bachelor 3rd year Al-Farabi Kazakh National University Exams (25%), Activity in classromm (75%) atem.marzhan@mail.ru

New educational standards and educational practice at school

Mastering the fundamentals of the professional and pedagogical culture of the teacher of higher education, familiarizing future teachers with the general problems, methodological and theoretical foundations of high school pedagogy, modern technologies of analysis, planning and organization of teaching and upbringing, and communicative technologies of the subject-subject interaction of the teacher and student in the educational process of the university. bachelor student is able to master the basics of professional pedagogical culture of teachers of high school: to explain the general issues methodological and theoretical bases of pedagogy in higher education Faculty of Philosophy and Political Science Karasai Week1: Kazakhstan’s educational context Week2: Education system in Kazakhstan Week3: Pre school education in Kazakhstan Assilbek N. NESEPS3224 2 Bachelor 2nd year Al-Farabi Kazakh National University Exams (25%), Activity in classromm (75%) nurtang.assilbek@mail.ru

English Oral Training(Ⅰ)(1)

English Oral Training I (1) aims to develop studentss’ speaking accuracy and fluency on a range of discussion topics/ issues. Students will learn to be effective leaders and participants through various speaking activities. Specifically, students will engage in forms of communicative activities, such as interviews, games, Q & A session, presentation, and role-play. By the end of the course, students will be able to (1) employ effective discussion principles in a given setting; (2) develop practical discussion strategies on a certain topic; (3) lead and participate in classroom discussions; (4) give and discuss their opinions, and (5) express themselves confidently in their academic/professional communities.

College of Liberal Arts Main Campus *Majors-only (including minor and double major students). Chi-Chih Tseng,Mou-Lan Wong,Davies Witton,Ruey-Szu Wang 20 Monday 6,7 Thursday 6 FL1021 2 Full Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures http://www.forex.ntu.edu.tw/main.php?lang=en

Scientific methodology and writing

Most graduate courses refer to theoretical or laboratory “contents” to be taught to students. Our proposal is not only to offer a general course on scientific methodology but to share with the students certain practical aspects of scientific work that are not found in textbooks and/or formal courses. From a constructivist perspective, we emphasize the importance of oral and written communication skills in all aspects of scientific career. To offer an updated view on scientific research, both in its methodological and theoretical aspects as in its daily practice. Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters at Ribeir?o Preto (FFCLRP) Ribeir?o Preto campus 1. What is science? Introduction to the history and philosophy of science. 2. Why the scientific method is not used by scientists? Feyrabend, Goldstein and knowledge ethics. 3. The first year in a graduate course. a. How to generate ideas: views from scientists of the past and the present. b. The choice of a research theme. The roles of the supervisor and the student. c. How to write a research project to the funding agencies. d. Efficient bibliographic searches. e. Efficient study techniques. 4. The intermediate years in a graduate course. a. Heuristic techniques commonly used in scientific research. b. What to do if your research project seems to be failing. c. How to elaborate the qualification exam work: what the examiners expect from you. d. How to write reports to funding agencies. 5. The last semester in a graduate course. a. How to write a masters dissertation or a doctorate thesis: norms, organization and style. b. How to prepare for the masters dissertation or doctorate thesis defense: what the examiners expect from you. 6. Promoting your research. a. How to promote your work: from preprint servers to scientific meetings. b. How to elaborate a good poster. c. How to give a good seminar. d. How to write well your scientific papers: formal and aesthetic criteria. e. How to submit papers to indexed journals. f. How to respond to reviewers who criticize your work and what to do if your paper is rejected. 7. Special topics on scientific publishing. a. Peer review: pros, cons and alternatives. b. Indexed journals. ISI Web of Science. Impact indices. c. Productivity indices. Brazilian science statistics. d. The science publishing market and the open access movement. 8. The researcher/professor professional career. a. CV preparation. b. Perspectives for a recently formed doctor: postdoctorate and special programs from funding agencies. c. The researcher/professor in universities and public schools. d. The researcher/professor in private universities. e. The researcher in research and technology innovation institutions. f. The researcher-entrepreneur. Antonio Carlos Roque da Silva Filho, Osame Kinouchi Filho 25 5915764 2 EVALUATION CRITERIA: Seminars given by students (S) and reports (R) on seminars given by invited speakers. Final grade: (S +?)/2 where?is the mean of the reports’ grades. https://www.google.com.br/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwiBp_-p9NzYAhWHkZAKHY_oACkQFggnMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ffclrp.usp.br%2Fdown.php%3Fid%3D1430%26d&usg=AOvVaw3-C7BSHGAhorxoB-Rfx8dD

Seminars in Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems I

The discipline represents a regular forum for the discussion of state-of-the-art topics in Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems, allowing the study and review of recently published papers in the area. Further, students are stimulated to present the results of their research systematically. Explore and study state-of-the-art topics in the area of Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems. Develop critical thinking skills through the discussion of published reviews in the area and the presentation of seminars. Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters at Ribeir?o Preto (FFCLRP) Ribeir?o Preto campus State-of-the-art topics in the area of Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems. Evandro Eduardo Seron Ruiz, Alessandra Alaniz Macedo, Zhao Liang 16 5955014 2 Each presented seminar will be graded. The final grade will be calculated by the weighted average of these seminars. https://www.google.com.br/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwiBp_-p9NzYAhWHkZAKHY_oACkQFggnMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ffclrp.usp.br%2Fdown.php%3Fid%3D1430%26d&usg=AOvVaw3-C7BSHGAhorxoB-Rfx8dD