S Semester, 2022
Choose either course:
(1) Thursday course Periods 3–4 (13:00–16:40)
(2) Friday course: Periods 3–4 (13:00–16:40)
Total: 8 days for each course
Note that the classes are held every other week, in principle.
Please refer to the syllabus for the detailed schedule.
Thursday course: live/online
Friday course: live/online
*The course will be conducted online, adhering to the COVID-19 safety protocols.
Graduate students, postdocs, and faculty/staff members at the University of Tokyo
*Those who are affiliated with other universities can join the program as observers.
25 participants for each class
(If the number of applicants exceeds the prescribed limit, selection will be made.)
Icebreaking by sharing what inspired each participant to take the course, present situation of higher education, research presentations (1-min self-introduction), and self-analysis and peer-reviewing of research presentations.
Significance of class design, goals and objectives of a class, ADDIE model, active learning, motivation, and creating a class design sheet.
Significance of evaluation, evaluation methods, evaluation of evaluation, creating a rubric, and exercises in evaluating with rubrics.
Syllabus and Course Design
Significance of a syllabus, setting goals and objectives, course design, and creating a graphic syllabus.
Exercise in Giving Feedback on Lectures & Summary
Exercise in giving feedback on lectures for microteaching, and poster tour for sharing what the participants have learned so far.
Refining the Lectures for Microteaching
Microteaching session (1) and examination of the lectures for further refinement.
Microteaching session (2) and examination of the lectures.
Envisioning Your Career Path by Creating a SAP Chart
Creating a Structured Academic Portfolio (SAP) chart.