2019 Materials Science Teaching Career A1 1

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Graduate major in Materials Science and Engineering
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Course description and aims

Acquire the teaching experience in the materials science field through collaborative works with the faculty supervisor.

Student learning outcomes

Recognize the roles and responsibilities as an educational leader.


Teaching, Carrier, Experience

Competencies that will be developed

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

Class flow

After receiving prior guidance, experience undergraduate students' educational teaching. Report on the difference in self-recognition about your career choice before and after the course.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 In the guidance, tell the students that this lecture gives a student guidance experience to make a decision for their future (to doctoral course, to a company, to a teaching job, etc.). Also, the guidance tell them that technical education professionals should full fill the social roles and responsibilities (such as improving safety awareness, fostering cooperative awareness, reporting obligation, granting ethics concerning the results, etc.). Submit the report after completing the course. In the report, describe the difference in self-recognition about own carrier selection before and after the course, along with the reason. ・Receiving the prior guidance ・Experience undergraduate students' educational teaching ・Report on the difference in self-recognition about your career choice before and after the course.



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Assessment criteria and methods

The teacher in charge of the lesson comprehensively evaluates the students based on their attitudes during the course and the report, and contacts the supervisor.

Related courses

  • MAT.C350-2 : Ceramics Laboratory I-III
  • MAT.P350-2 : Organic Materials Laboratory I-III
  • MAT.M350-2 : Metallurgical Engineering Laboratory I-III
  • MAT.A250-2 : Materials Science Laboratory I-III
  • MAT.A205 : Exercise on Information Processing
  • LAS.F101 : Frontiers of science and technology
  • GRB.P101 : Processes for creation in science and technology【2nd】

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

Master or Doctor course student. From the viewpoint of safety, some subjects require the use of Japanese language.

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