The National Six-University Collaboration Consortium Educational Cooperation Organization, which consists of six national universities, Chiba, Niigata, Kanazawa, Okayama, Nagasaki, and Kumamoto, has about 6 people from universities and high schools at the TKP Tamachi Granpark Conference in Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo. We gathered together and held a symposium on the theme of independence evaluation in university entrance exams.
According to Nagasaki University, following a greeting from Director Kazuhiro Tsukamoto of Nagasaki University, who is the chairman of the admissions department of the consortium, Zenichi Kato, an expert of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's High School Connection Reform Project Team, said, "Evaluation of independence in university entrance examinations. Mr. Yoshihisa Ogi of the Educational Information Management Organization gave a lecture entitled "Electronic Survey Report and Japan e-Portfolio", and Mr. Atsuo Nagatsuka, Principal of Suncheon Junior High School and High School, gave a lecture entitled "Development of Independence in High School".
After that, the director of the Admission Center Otani of the University of Tsukuba gave a case study on the independence evaluation of the University of Tsukuba, and the professor of the Center for Educational Innovation Center of Yoshimura University of Nagasaki gave a case report on the utilization of the survey report and the implementation of interviews in the general selection.
In response to this, Professor Junko Hamanaka of Waseda University's Faculty of Education and Comprehensive Science said, "Current discussions on independence are too concentrated on institutional and technical aspects. Should we evaluate independence from a larger perspective?" Pointed out.
In the final general discussion, enthusiastic discussions were held from the standpoints of each high school and university regarding the description of the new survey report, the relationship with the Japan e-portfolio, and the evaluation of independence on the university side.
reference:[Nagasaki University] National Six Universities Collaborative Entrance Examination Project Symposium Held