Future university issues – Independent study techniques of top University of Tokyo students –
– An independent think tank that aims to realize Pax Japonica by analyzing the market and the domestic and international situations surrounding it, and presenting future scenarios based on that analysis – Takeo Harada Institute for International Strategic Information Research
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/451/150/resize/d451-150-2fc8d74407fdfc2ebb33-1.jpg&s3=451-150-80adac773b7ee8457a14f7565732ef8a-1574×1125.jpg] Up until now, voices within Japanese universities have been raised such as, “You can earn credits without attending classes,” and “You can easily graduate without studying.” It was pointed out that universities do not provide proper graduation certification, and that there are cases where students do not have the proper educational content that is expected of them as undergraduate graduates. This may be because universities play the role of training human resources and have placed emphasis on providing an environment that enables planned learning. The future challenge for universities is to carry out fulfilling educational activities that ensure the quality of students upon graduation through appropriate performance evaluation and graduation certification, which is the way universities can fulfill their social responsibilities.
University education in Japan is based on a credit system, and the standard is for each credit to consist of content that requires 45 hours of study. The study time per unit here includes not only the study time during class hours, but also the preparatory learning and post-preparation review for the class.
Under this credit system, university students are required not only to take classes in university classrooms, but also to engage in independent study outside of the classroom. At each university, it is necessary to appropriately secure class time according to the number of credits for each class, and it is also an important issue to encourage students to study outside of class, in other words, to encourage independent and autonomous learning. The key to a
university’s survival is whether or not it connects.
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The Four Rules of Wasan Summer School, which was held by IISIA (Takeo Harada International Institute for Strategic Information Research), RIJAG, and the Department of Moral and Emotional Mathematics and Engineering at the Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo, was designed to improve this current learning method. Ta. It can be said that the content will help you think about how you can find a sweet spot in your future plans through the arithmetic of the four arithmetic rules.
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In order to be able to say that you have understood something, you need to fully understand and grasp the theoretical aspects, not just the level of conceptual understanding. What I realized this time is that scientific evidence is needed in order to change the way we look at things historically, gain empathy, and change society. In order to theoretically understand the four arithmetic sums, it is essential to understand quantum mechanics as a prerequisite, but I have not yet reached the point where I understand quantum mechanics.
Mr. Jinno, who says this, visited the laboratory to fulfill his theoretical views on quantum mechanics, and asked the professors many questions until he understood them. It is impressive that they are immediately carrying out learning outside the classroom. It’s very encouraging to see him define for himself what he understands and what he doesn’t understand, and go out of his way to acquire knowledge on his own to the point where he is satisfied with what he lacks. As a super intern at IISIA who has such an inquiring mind, I asked him what he would like to take on in the future, and I was told that IISIA is engaged in social contribution activities aimed at “education” and “human resource development” of young people who will be responsible for the next generation globally. . As a result of IISIA’s
perspective, student exchanges with other countries have increased and my horizons have broadened. He is currently working with the Harvard Project for Asia and International Relations (HPAIR) and hopes to increase the number of opportunities he has to speak out abroad. HPAIR is an international conference run by Harvard University, and since 1991, it has provided students from around the world with a forum to discuss political, economic, and social issues in the Asia-Pacific. IISIA’s activities to produce super interns who can play an active role in global society are attracting attention, and Takeo Harada, the institute’s representative director, will be speaking as a speaker at the World Marketing Summit 2023, which will be held from November 6th. The “World Marketing Summit (WMS)” is a joint lecture by marketing leaders from around the world. The parent organization is Global Summit, which was founded in 2010 by Professor Philip Kotler, known as the father of markets. Sharing the vision of “creating a better world through marketing,” we are an organization that not only explores marketing ideas and tools, but also seeks to find solutions to socio-economic problems.
As global society accelerates, IISIA’s prospects for disseminating independent learning lecture programs are becoming increasingly important.
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◆IISIA Company Profile
Trade name: Takeo Harada International Strategic Information Institute Co., Ltd. English notation: Institute for International Strategy and Information Analysis, Inc. (abbreviation: IISIA)
Representative Director (CEO): Takeo Harada
Establishment registration: April 2, 2007
Business content: Research and educational activities related to domestic and international situations, management consulting business Capital: 3,000,000 yen
Head office location: Yusen Building 3F, 2-3-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo URL: https://haradatakeo.com/
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Name: Research Institute for Japan’s Globalization (RIJAG)
Registration of establishment: September 29, 2011
Address: Yusen Building 3F, 2-3-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Phone number TEL: 03-6256-0960
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