As a training course primarily directed at D1 and D2 students, the students will learn best practices for teaching through attending a lecture by professors in teaching and doing mock lectures by themselves.
This training course mainly targets D1 and D2 students who have a career plan to pursue an academic position like a professor in the near future.
The goal of this training course is that the students experience teaching best practices including mock lectures by themselves, and learn teaching skills through attending lectures by professors in teaching.
Japanese mock lectures, Teaching skills, Educational guidance, Code of Ethics,
|Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
This training course consists of the following parts: The first one is to attend a lecture on teaching skills, a model lecture, and so on. The second one is two mock lectures by each doctoral student: One is to give a high-school students a lecture on the research being done by each student, and the other is to give university freshmen the lecture related to a basic science.
All the students will receive the information on Zoom URLs, can download instructors' lecture materials, and can upload your reports through T2SCHOLA.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||14：20-16：00, Friday, June 17, Zoom Practical lecture on teaching skills (Yukari Kato)|
|Class 2||16：15-17：05, Friday, June 17, Zoom Introduction of Tokyo Tech, along with the latest statistics (Kazuo Shinozaki) How to do a mock lecture and select its theme (Noriyuki Kouchi and Hidekazu Tanaka)|
|Class 3||Lecture date and time to be determined, Zoom Mock-lecture practice to high-school students (Noriyuki Kouchi and Hidekazu Tanaka)||Preparation of PPT files for the mock lecture.|
|Class 4||Lecture date and time to be determined, Zoom Actual mock lecture at a high school (Noriyuki Kouchi, Kazuo Shinozaki, and Hidekazu Tanaka)|
|Class 5||Lecture date and time to be determined, Zoom Mock lecture to university students (Noriyuki Kouchi and Hidekazu Tanaka)||Preparation of PPT files for the mock lecture.|
Two-times mock lectures
1) International students can take this training course under a condition of having a Japanese-language ability at an N1 level in the Japanese language proficiency test (JLPT).
2) It is not possible to take the training course in duplicate.
3) Doctoral students cannot register for this course within six months after doctoral program enrollment.
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