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Optimum individual learning and collaborative learning from the perspective of special needs education – A school where diverse learning styles are accepted “Aiming for the integrated enrichment of optimal individual learning and collaborative learni

Optimal individual learning and collaborative learning from the perspective of special needs education – a school that accepts diverse learning styles
4th online event commemorating the publication of “Aiming for the integrated enrichment of “individual optimal learning” and
“collaborative learning””

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Press release: May 16, 2024
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Optimal individual learning and collaborative learning from the perspective of special needs education – a school that accepts diverse learning styles
4th online event commemorating the publication of “Aiming for the integrated enrichment of “individual optimal learning” and
“collaborative learning””
*To integrally enhance individual optimal learning and collaborative learning, we will fundamentally reconsider the way instruction in schools should be based on the philosophy and technology of special needs education! Masahiro Nasu, Megumi Wakui, and Hiroshi Tanaka will appear! *
Date and time: May 25th (Sat) 19:00-20:30 (scheduled) Cost: Free Format: Online New book released by Kitaoji Shobo on November 24, 2023 * Aiming for the integrated enrichment of “individual optimal learning” and “collaborative learning” *
To commemorate the publication of “, we are holding the fourth online talk event with the authors of this book and guest speakers* “Individual optimal learning and collaborative learning from the perspective of special needs education – A school that accepts diverse learning styles” * will be held on Saturday, May 25, 2024!
Event details, participation application: https://kitaohji06.peatix.com overview
* Optimum individual learning and collaborative learning from the perspective of special needs education – a school that accepts diverse learning styles *

Special needs education has the richest theoretical and practical experience in fully guaranteeing the development and learning rights of diverse children. Naturally, there is much to be learned when it comes to integrally enriching optimal individual learning and collaborative learning.In fact, it is necessary to fundamentally reconsider the way instruction in schools should be based on the philosophy and technology of special needs education. desired.

What kind of classroom scenery and children will this create? Also, are there any changes in the role of teachers? Through the facts of practice in regular classrooms and the theoretical considerations that support them, I would like to consider what “Japanese-style school education in Reiwa” can learn from special needs education and how to create new practices.

Performer profile

Masahiro Nasu
Professor at Sophia University
Graduated from Tokushima University Faculty of Education. Graduated from Tokyo Gakugei University Graduate School and the University of Tokyo Graduate School. Appointed to current position in 2005 after serving as director of the National Institute of Educational Research and professor at Rikkyo University. Chairman of the Curriculum Division of the Central Education Council.
Main publications
“Transferring Academic Abilities” (co-edited, Toyokan Publishing, 2023), “Building a scaffold for individualized optimal learning. ” (Educational Development Research Institute, 2022),
“Qualities/Abilities” and the Mechanism of Learning (Toyokan Publishing, 2017), “Where Does Motivation Come From?” (Kitaoji Shobo, 2002), etc.

Megumi Wakui
Associate Professor, Department of Developmental Psychology, Faculty of Comprehensive Human Studies, Shirayuri Women’s University Certified psychologist, clinical psychologist, special needs educator supervisor [S.E.N.S-SV]. Doctoral Program, Department of School Education, Graduate School of School Education, Tokyo Gakugei University
Withdrawal after completion of credits. He assumed his current position after serving as a researcher and chief researcher at the National Institute for Special Needs Education, an independent administrative agency, and a visiting researcher at the Department of Education at the University of Leeds (UK).
Major publications: “Children’s Social Skills and Peer Support: An Inclusion Guidebook for Teachers” (Kongou Publishing, 2011), “There’s a Tip to Learning!”
“Support for learning methods tailored to each child (creating UD (Universal Design) classes for children with developmental
disabilities)” (Meiji Tosho Publishing, 2015), “
Special needs education and active learning: How to teach and learn in regular classes that take advantage of each individual’s differences” (2023, Kaneko Shobo), etc.

Hiroshi Tanaka
Tokyo public elementary school head teacher
Special Needs Education Coordinator, Special Needs Educator, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Outstanding Teacher Award.
Major publications: “Job Skills for Special Needs Education
Coordinators” (Meiji Tosho Publishing, 2023), “Specialist Direct! Regular class
The Secret of Special Needs Education” (Meiji Tosho Publishing, 2015), “Regular Classroom: A classroom where children connect with each other”
(Special Needs Education ONE Theme Book)” (Gakuji Publishing, 2015), etc. Event details
*Date and time*
May 25, 2024 (Sat) 19:00-20:30 (scheduled)
* format*
Participate in real-time streaming (using Zoom webinar)
At a later date, we will provide event participants with information on how to watch the on-demand recording (limited time limit), so please apply even if you are unable to participate in real time on the day of the event.
*Cost*
free
*Real-time viewing capacity*
500 people
Event page, application: https://kitaohji06.peatix.com
Bibliographic information
[Book title] Aiming for the integrated enrichment of “individual optimal learning” and “collaborative learning”
[Author] Masahiro Nasu, Hisashi Fushiki editor
Author: Katsumi Arase, Keitomo Soyokuta, Koji Kato, Ryoko Sano, Nobutaka Matsumura, Yuko Kaneda, Hajime Shiramizu, Megumi Wakui, Kayo Usami, Akemi Sakamoto, Shinichiro Hori, Daisuke Asano, Tatsuya Hotta [List price] 2,420 yen (2,200 yen + tax 10%)
[Format] A5 size, 356 pages
[From] Kitaoji Shobo Co., Ltd.
[Release date] November 24, 2023
[Code] ISBN: 978-4-7628-3238-3 C3037
[Overview
Key: What is the integrated enrichment of optimal individual learning and collaborative learning that brings out the potential of all children? In this book, in order to approach this question, the authors of our time examine various possible answers in the current situation from both theoretical and practical aspects. What can we do now to realize “school education that puts each child as the subject”? Here’s the clue.
[Product page]
https://www.kitaohji.com/book/b635158.html
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