Motivational Switch Group, Inc. Special seminar for parents “Scientific basis for education: childhood education to survive global society-” January 25 (Sat) and February 2 (Sun)

Motivation switch group
Special seminar for parents “Scientific basis for education-Childhood education to survive global society-” January 25 (Sat) and February 2 (Sun)
“Kids Duo”, a kindergarten switch school enrolled in schoolchild care in English …………………………………………………………………………
・ Saturday, January 25, 13: 00-14: 30 @ Waseda Hoshien You-I Hall (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)
・ February 2nd (Sun) 13: 00-14: 30 @ Showa University Kamijo Memorial Hall (Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo)
・ Lecturer: Makiko Nakamuro (Professor, Keio University Professor, Educational Economics)

Lecture by Professor Makiko Nakamuro, specializing in educational economics, including best-selling book “Economics of Academic Ability” The children’s childcare “Kids Duo,” which is enrolled in English by the Motivation Switch Group Co., Ltd. (Chuo-ku, Tokyo; President: Naoji Takahashi, hereinafter referred to as the Motivation Switch Group), which develops a comprehensive education service business, is a Waseda (Tokyo, To commemorate the opening of the classrooms in Shinjuku-ku, scheduled to open on February 8) and Yukitani Otsuka (Scheduled to open in February, Ota-ku, Tokyo), Makiko Nakamuro, a professor at Keio University, specializing in educational economics, Announced that a special seminar for parents, invited by a lecturer, will be held in Tokyo on January 25 (Sat) and February 2 (Sun), “Scientific basis for education-Childhood education to survive global society-” .
This seminar focuses on the importance of early childhood education. From the perspective of education economics, which is Mr. Nakamuro’s specialty, he conducts domestic and international research on the quality of early childhood education and the effectiveness of early education in surviving a global society. Commentary based on. In an interview conducted by the Motivation Switch Group last year, he said, “Our belief is that gaining solid skills and knowledge when the school age is small is advantageous for acquiring the next new knowledge and skills. Early childhood education has been shown to have a positive effect on development and post-school achievement, and the importance of “quality” in early childhood education is becoming the norm in educational economics. ”
[Seminar outline]
Theme: Scientific Basis for Education: Childhood Education Surviving Global Society
Content: Professor Nakamuro, who wrote in his book “Economics of Academic Achievement,” has shown that early education, fostering non-cognitive skills there, and an extremely effective “investment” for the future are the latest. Based on the research results, we will discuss the importance of the quality of early childhood education and how we should focus on it for the future from the perspective of educational economics.
Date / Place: Waseda venue
January 25, 2020 (Sat) 13: 00-14: 30 (Reception 12:30) @ Waseda Hoshien You-I Hall
2-3-1 Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Yukitani Otsuka venue
February 2, 2020 (Sun) 13: 00-14: 30 (Reception 12:30) @ Showa University Kamijo Memorial Hall 4th floor Akamatsu Suitable for: Parents with children between 3 and 10 years old Capacity: ・ 40 Waseda venues
・ Yukiya Otsuka venue 120 people
* 1 Participation up to 2 people at home.
* If you come by car, please use a nearby toll parking lot.
Cost: Free
Application method: Toll-free reception 0800-100-6938 (reception hours 11: 00-19: 00 * excluding Sundays and public holidays)
※ We will close the reception as soon as we become full.
Early in the English language environment, early learning English is gaining attention. In recent years, Kids Duo is intended for students from 3 years of age to 6th grade of elementary school. Infant classes are 2-3 hours a day (2 days a week). Elementary school students provide a curriculum to learn English through various activities up to 6 hours a day (2 days a week).
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Kids Duo
Kids Duo has been expanded to include English schoolchildren and preschools for children from 3 years of age to 6th grade elementary school students who take care of children after school in an English-immersed environment.Approximately 150 classrooms nationwide, mainly in the Tokyo metropolitan area Is expanding.
Kids Duo is based on custody twice a week for at least 2 hours.By using English, many programs that stimulate intellectual curiosity, such as music, crafts, games and outdoor games, without using any Japanese language. Provides an environment where you can naturally learn English. In addition, by being in a group of “uneducated students” across ages and grades, you can acquire not only English proficiency but also social skills and communication skills by touching the vertical society from childhood.
In the classroom, native speakers and bilingual staff (Japanese) who have experience studying abroad are stationed, incorporating the good parts of foreign and Japanese culture, and aiming to foster human beings with a true international sense. In addition, we will pick you up from the elementary school to the classroom, from the classroom to your home by shuttle bus, and extend custody up to 20:30.
Motivation switch group
The Motivation Switch Group is an individual tutoring school “School IE”, a child classroom “Child Eyes” for intelligence development and preparation for entrance examinations, “WinBe”, an English and English conversation school for children, and a “Kids Duo” class for English school children. (Kids Duo), Ninja Nine, a sports class for toddlers and elementary school students, and seven bilingual preschools, Kids Duo International (KDI) and i Kids Star. As a comprehensive education service company, it currently has more than 1,700 classrooms in Japan and overseas to support the learning of more than 100,000 children. The Motivational Switch Group supports the dreams and lives of children around the world by finding the “gems” that each person has and bringing out their infinite possibilities.

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