On August 2015, 8, a public symposium "Science of Learning" will be held at Doshisha University Kanbaikan, co-sponsored by the International Education Society (ISE), Kyoto University, Doshisha University, and Kobe University.High school students, faculty and staff, as well as the general public can participate for free.

 One of the co-sponsored organizations, the International Education Society (ISE), is an institution established to improve the quality from primary education to graduate school education. , Researching the curriculum, and providing a place for learning.

 The public symposium "Science of Learning" is a three-part program to learn effective teaching methods and how to develop children's abilities.Part 3 and Part 1 will each have a theme, and seven lectures will be given by public and private experts.The theme of Part 2 is "effective learning"."English education using videos of international conferences" by Eiko Kawagoe, a professor at Kobe College, and "Relationship between the development of argumentative ability in childhood and critical thinking ability" by Noriko Kinoshita, vice-principal of Chikko Elementary School in Osaka City. A lecture will be given.In the second part, under the theme of "Exploring the possibilities of education," Masatoshi Murase, an associate professor at the Institute for Basic Physics, Kyoto University, "approaches the origin of learning and play," Masaji, President of the Rectus Institute for Education. Masako will give a lecture on "Amazing Method to Develop Children's Abilities".In the third part, a panel discussion will be held with the theme of "thinking, healing, and ability development".The moderator will be Tadashi Yagi, a professor of the Faculty of Economics at Doshisha University, and five panelists will be invited to discuss "learning", including Kazuo Nishimura, the president of the International Education Society, and Terufumi Ohno, the director of the Kyoto University Museum.

 Prior application is required to participate in the symposium, and applications are accepted until August 2015, 8 by using the dedicated application form, fax, or email posted on the Doshisha University website.

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