2021 InfoSyEnergy Policy-making workshop 1

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Tokyo Tech Academy of Energy and Informatics program
Nishida Ryosuke 
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Course description and aims

This class aims to build leadership and capacities, abilities to solve comprehensive and complex real issues. For such purposes, all the students combine their professionals and more general competencies with participating in several workshops and group works. After group works, students will write a final report to unite their experiences and learnings, findings. Through these experiences, students will develop the knowledge to solve comprehensive and complex energy and social problems.

Student learning outcomes

Students will be able...
1.) to develop their art of collaboration and facilitation.
2.) to improve their abilities about leadership.
3.) to learn about different ways of thinking.


leadership, collaboration skill, facilitation skill, design thinking

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

This class consists mainly of 3 processes watching video guidance, joininin minimumly 2 types of different workshops, writing a final report. More details are written in the following section.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 1.) All the students have to see the orientation contents(To be provided on demand from this class). 2.) All the students need to join the workshop orientation(To be provided by Tokyo Tech Academy for leadership(Total)). 3.) Students must submit a course plan for the semester to the lecturer following the instructions from the orientation. Students have to choose at least 2 types of different group works. Each program consists of 5-6 different workshops ranging from half a day to several days. 4.) After all participations in the workshops, students write and submit the final report. Instructions will be provided in each workshop.



Reference books, course materials, etc.


Assessment criteria and methods

50%: the commitment of workshops
50%: the final report

Related courses

  • LAH.C401 : Leadership Workshop
  • TAL.W401 : Introduction to Leadership

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)



This class will open with collaboration Total and Total's staff. Students must check the latest course information on the following Total's site.


(Class S: scheduled to be held in late April, class schedule will be posted on the website in late March,
Class F: scheduled to be held in late September, class schedule will be posted on the website in late August.)

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