The University of Tokyo Press and Kyocera Communication Systems Co., Ltd. have started a demonstration experiment to verify the usefulness of "liberal arts" education utilizing the next-generation education platform as one of the new learning to train 21st century skills. Announced.
Liberal arts is a culture that approaches from various academic fields such as business administration, psychology, sociology, philosophy, and pedagogy, thinks things from a broad perspective, and acquires multifaceted and multifaceted thinking.
In today's world of globalization, in order to realize better "manufacturing", there is a need for "educated" international human resources who can create new added value beyond the existing framework.In order to develop such human resources, it is necessary to train 21st century skills (information creativity, critical thinking ability, problem-solving ability, communication ability, project ability, utilization ability of information and communication technology "ICT"). Has been done.
In this demonstration experiment, the University of Tokyo Press will develop, edit, and produce teaching materials for liberal arts education and related copyright processing, and the Kyocera Communication Systems will gain knowledge through liberal arts. Responsible for the development of online next-generation education platforms equipped with learning mechanisms for thinking and disseminating and evaluation / analysis functions that visualize learning outcomes.
Through demonstration experiments, we will verify the mechanism that can analyze and evaluate the acquired ability by adding the student exchange and online discussion functions that are not available in the conventional online teaching materials, and fostering the ability to think and disseminate, and develop new human resources. We aim to develop services.