[Three days to go for the application deadline (Sunday, April 9th)]
[9th UTokyo FFP] Let’s learn to teach at university! Application now open for “Teaching Development in Higher Education”
For anyone (e.g., graduate students, postdocs, and faculty/staff members) who would like to enhance their teaching skills!
“The University of Tokyo Future Faculty Program (UTokyo FFP): Teaching Development in Higher Education” Application now open!
Faculty members are required to have skills not only in research but also in teaching.
The UTokyo FFP will provide you with a practical learning environment to enhance your teaching skills.
★ You can systematically learn “how to teach”!
★ You can build a network across diverse fields!
★ On completion of the program, you receive an official certificate that you can attach to your resume!
★ Graduate students can also receive academic credits!
[What Are the Classes Like?]
Masaki (currently working as a project researcher at the FFP) took the program in the past.
The course lets you learn about how to conduct classes that enhance students’ learning efficiently, and I felt it also helped me learn about how to communicate with people when talking about my research and field.
The program is open to those who are interested in communicating/teaching in a broad sense as well as how to enhance the quality of education.
(Masaki (Project Researcher in charge of FFP))
Graduate students, postdocs, and faculty/staff members at the University of Tokyo
[Time and Venue]
S Semester <S1/S2 Term> AY2017
・Thursday class (capacity: 25 participants): Periods 3–4 @Fukutake Learning Studio (Hongo Campus)
・Friday class (capacity: 25 participants): Periods 4–5 @Komaba Active Learning Studio (KALS) (Komaba Campus)
The classes will be conducted live online.
Total: 8 days for each course
(Note that the classes are held every other week, in principle.)
[Details and How to Apply]
Please click the link below.
(If the number of applicants exceeds the prescribed limit, selection will be made based on the information in the application form.)
We look forward to your application!
Center for Research and Development of Higher Education
Kayoko Kurita (Associate Professor)
Ikutaro Masaki (Project Researcher)