Dainippon Printing Co., Ltd. is working in collaboration with the University of Tsukuba and Chiba University to develop an educational program that fosters children and students who can act independently while collaborating with others. We have developed teaching materials with the theme of "hospitality".
Dainippon Printing Co., Ltd. has developed teaching materials in collaboration with the University of Tsukuba, which is working on advanced education with an eye on the international community after 2020, and Chiba University, which is working on creating lessons using gaming methods. Since March, we have been conducting empirical research on dozens of elementary school students in the 2015th, 7th, and 4th grades in Tokyo.Through this empirical research, "hospitality" is a collaborative learning material developed by incorporating the requests of school teachers.
This "hospitality" teaching material is to learn the importance of forming human relationships and participating in society through "hospitality" communication that considers the other person.The content will be an opportunity for each person to think about how to act as the number of foreigners visiting Japan increases and opportunities to interact with people with diverse cultures and ways of thinking increase.Under the guidance of visiting professor Izumi Egami of the University of Tsukuba, who gives lectures on the theme of "hospitality" at about 200 schools a year, "gaming" that incorporates the manners that express sophisticated consideration and the elements of the game advocated by Professor Daisuke Fujikawa of Chiba University. It is a digital teaching material that incorporates the "Mifification Method".
In the future, following this "hospitality" teaching material, we will develop teaching materials to learn the value of working hard on goals while supporting good rivals and friends, and teaching materials to learn coexistence with diverse people and cultures from May onwards. schedule.Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. expects cumulative sales of 5 million yen by FY2018 in connection with this educational program.