Multigrade Teaching International Symposium

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Three well-known international visiting researchers are invited for Multigrade Teaching International Symposium to share researches on multigrade teaching in rural primary schools. All presentations will be in English.

Target General(一般向け)、Current students and Staffs(在学生・教職員向け)
Dates 2018.11.24 [Sat] 10:00 ~ 2018.11.24 [Sat] 13:00
Venue Ito Campus
Venue name イーストゾーン1号館 E-C-202 (9時から入館可)
Venue address


744 Motooka Nishi-ku Fukuoka
Seating capacity No(なし)
Participation fee Free of charge
Event details ◆Speakers and Participants:
・Angela W. Little, Professor Emerita, UCL Institute of Education, UK
・Son Vu, Senior lecturer of teacher professional development at Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE) and Hanoi Pedagogical University 2, Viet Nam
・Manjula Vithanapathirana, Professor and Dean, Faculty of Education, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka
・Takako Suzuki, Faculty of Languages and Cultures, Graduate School of Human Environment Studies, Kyushu University
・Multigrade teaching, activity based learning and differentiation: reflections over the past 15 years. (Angela Little)
・Facets of Multigrade and Multi-level teaching in the context of Learner -centred pedagogical approaches in Sri Lanka (Manjula Vithanapathirana)
・Lesson study for learning improvement in rural primary schools in Vietnam(Son Vu)
・Autonomous Learning gained by Escuela Nueva primary schools in Colombia: Comparison between Grades 6 and 9 (Takako Suzuki)
Application method Advanced registration required(事前申し込みの必要あり)
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Application period 2018.11.08[Thu] - 2018.11.24[Sat]

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Publishing period 2018.11.08[Thu] - 2018.11.24[Sat]
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poster.pdf (3351KB)

Microsoft Word - Symposium program.PDF (144KB)

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