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Interactive high school and high school students in the US 10 days in July to Hiroshima, Kyoto, Tokyo
HLAB, inc. Interactive high school and high school students in the US 10 days in July to Hiroshima, Kyoto, Tokyo ………………………………………………………………………………………… Echilabo Co., Ltd. (Head office: Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Representative director: Keisuke Kobayashi, hereinafter referred to as HLAB) cooperates with the US boarding high school Phillips Exeter Academy, and has 10 nights in 9 nights in three cities, Kyoto, Hiroshima and Tokyo. We will hold the “HLB x Exeter” program for high school students on the stage. In cooperation with Phillips Exeter Academy, a boarding high school in the United States, accommodation for high school students in the three cities of Kyoto, Hiroshima, and Tokyo, with nine nights and 10 days from Monday, July 22nd (Mon) to 31st (Wed), 2019 Type program “HLA x Exeter” will be held. This program is intended for high school students in Japan in addition to the students of Phillips Exeter Academy coming to Japan, and will be a new program to learn from each other while traveling to multiple cities in Japan with high school students attending top overseas schools. ■ About domestic training design business for educational institutions To date, HLAB has collaborated with local governments and has implemented summer schools in the region. Although only short-term training was provided to educational institutions including high schools, we launched a domestic training design project to more widely deliver the value of residential education that HLA B aims for. This is a project to design and manage school trips and other trainings at educational institutions. We will provide a program that incorporates the essence of learning that HLA B aims to meet the needs of educational institutions. ■ “HLB x Exeter”, an accommodation program for studying with Phillips Exeter Academy students [Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/43634/2/resize/d 43634-2-811115-2.png] Characteristics of this project ・ The opportunity to interact with high school students of the same generation who attend prestigious American schools HLAB has invited overseas university students to Japan for eight years since its founding, and has created opportunities for learning together with Japanese high school students. This program will be studied together in Japan with students from the Phillips Exeter Academy, which is the same generation as high school students. I hope that the learning and friendship that can be gained by discussing Japan’s culture and history across borders will contribute to civil diplomacy, and we will build a program based on cultural experience and peace learning. · Cheaper than overseas summer school · Easy Summer schools, which are held at boarding schools outside Japan, have very limited time and opportunities to interact with the students of that school. In addition, about 500 to 1 million yen in total will be required if you go overseas. This program is able to interact with local students at Phillips Exeter Academy at a price of up to one-fourth the price (250,000 yen) of conventional overseas summer schools (¥ 250,000) and offers new learning possibilities. You ・ Review of learning by making videos I reflect on the 9 days and 10 days of intense experience in my own, and put it in a video on the last day to make learning an experience. By discussing individual experiences and moving hands to visualize experiences, creativity is demonstrated and learning in this program is maximized. HLAB × Exeter Outline: (h-lab.co/exeter/) Period: July 22 (Tuesday)-31 (Wednesday) 2019 20 days 10 days Place: Kyoto, Hiroshima, Tokyo Target: High school students of around 15 (with documentary screening) Participation fee: 250,000 yen (tax not included) ※ Food expenses during the period, accommodation expenses, transportation expenses (from meeting place to dissolution place) are all included. Co-sponsored by: Echilabo Inc. (HLAB, inc.), Phillips Exeter Academy * Travel planning and implementation will be carried out with the travel agency. Language used: English Recruitment period: April 15, 2019 (Mon. 1st deadline) · April 30, 2019 (Tues, 2nd deadline) ※ When a person who meets the acceptance criteria at the stage of primary selection reaches the number of recruits, secondary recruitment will not be conducted. Application method: Apply from the website (h-lab.co/exeter) Theme / plan: Redefine To Be A Universal Citizen Share one’s own experiences and opinions and deepen one’s self-other understanding (peer mentoring) Dialogue on “peace of the world” and “peace of mind” (peace learning) Experience of the Harkness method Making a video reflecting on learning in the program
HLAB has launched a project to design and manage domestic training for high schools and other educational institutions. By providing educational trips and overseas training by HLA B, we will create new learning opportunities and provide residential education to all participating students. [About Phillips Exeter Academy] [Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/43634/2/resize/d43634-2-685054-1.png] Phillips Exeter Academy is a prestigious boarding school founded in Boston in 1781. It is known as one of the ten most prestigious and academically prestigious schools in the United States, The Ten Schools. In addition to being known as a high school that has created an educational method called “Harkness Method” that develops positive discussions around a round table, it attracts the attention of the whole world from the level of education and academic evaluation of faculty members. You are Graduates have advanced to Harvard and many prestigious universities, including the 14th President Franklin Pierce, Da Vinci Code Author Dan Brown, Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg, and others. URL: www.exeter.edu 【About HLAB, inc.】 [Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/43634/2/resize/d 43634-215799-0.png] HLAB is working to create opportunities for “peer mentorship” (learning from each other) through the living environment. In addition to learning through existing academic content, we are designing innovative experiences, spaces, and communities for learning from people and continuing to be inspired from peers. As a reproduction of dormitory life, we started summer school business in 2011, and we held in four places nationwide every year, a total of more than 2,500 high school students and university students participated. Since 2016, we have launched a residential college (education dormitory) project for long-term residence, and we operate and design dormitories in Tokyo and Kanagawa Prefecture. URL: h-lab.co For more information about this release(Japanese):
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