7th Head Seminar in Tokyo
Envisioning Admissions and College Learning: Sharing Ideas with the U.S.
|Event Date：||Friday, November 17, 2017|
Kasumigaseki Knowledge Square (Kasumigaseki Chiyoda, Tokyo)
|Target Participant：||Those involving college admissions and education (Max. 100 people)|
|Registration：||Registration is necessary beforehand.|
Please register from the following form.
|Registration Deadline：||November 10th, 2017|
Current college admission reforms are a significant process enhancing high school and university connections as well as developing overall quality of university education in Japan. Recently, universities have been required to shift their college admissions practices to a holistic review approach, which assesses not only academic achievements, but also students’ backgrounds, personal experience and potential. Reforming college admissions raises questions about how college education itself can be reformed in response to changing admissions practices.
This seminar with a researcher from the U.S., Prof. Susan Albertine, offers the audience an opportunity for those involved with college admissions and education to sit together, discuss, and find collaborative solutions to reforming college admissions and education.
（Japanese-English Simultaneous Interpretation)
15:00~15:05 Opening Remarks
15:05~15:35 “ Why do we need to transform high school education
and university connections now?”
(Prof. Tatsuo KAWASHIMA CHEGA, Osaka University)
15:35~16:05 ” What college admission data and student experience
data tell you?“
(Associate Prof. Yuichiro WAJIMA
CHEGA, Osaka University)
16:05~16:45 “The Values of Collaboration: Examples in Practices
from the U.S.”
(Susan ALBERTINE AAC&U /
Prof. at CHEGA, Osaka University）
17:00~17:45 Panel Discussion
17:45~17:50 Closing Remarks