【Call for participation】 2022 January International Symposium: The Japanese Model of Holistic Education in the International Context

PADECO is co-organizing the International Symposium on Japanese Model of Holistic Education together with Professor Tsuneyoshi, Vice President of Bunkyo Gakuin University with supports from CASEER, Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Bunkyo Gakuin University Girls’ Junior and Senior High School.


DATE: JANUARY 29th, 2022 (Sat)

TIME(Japan): 11:30-16:00 [Session I] 11:30-13:45, [Session II] 14:00-16:00
(Malaysia): 10:30-15:00 [Session I] 10:30-12:45, [Session II] 13:00-15:00
(Indonesia): 9:30-14:00 [Session I] 9:30-11:45, [Session II] 12:00-14:00
(Uzbekistan): 7:30-12:00 [Session I] 7:30-9:45, [Session II] 10:00-12:00
(Egypt): 4:30-9:00 [Session I] 4:30-6:45 [Session II] 7:00-9:00
(GMT): 2:30-7:00 [Session I] 2:30-4:45 [Session II] 5:00-7:00

Registration: Please click here to register (Free of Charge)

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

PROGRAM (Timetable can be referred to the attached pamphlet)
*Q&A session will be allocated at the end of each session.

Session I: Educational Transfer of Japanese Educational Models

Lesson Study and the Japanese Model of Holistic Education by Catherine Lewis (Professor, Mills College, and President, World Association for Lesson Studies)

Japanese Model of Holistic Education and Educational Development by Yuto Kitamura (Professor, Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo)

Promoting Holistic Education: How JICA may be of Assistance by Shinichiro Tanaka (Senior Advisor (Education), Japan International Cooperation Agency)

Session II: Reimagining Holistic Educational Models

Edu-Port Project: Japanese Style Public Health Education by Nobubiro Setoguchi and Saki Kishimoto (PADECO Co., Ltd.)

Japanese Style Public Health Education: A Response from Teachers by Kazuhiko Nambu(Specially-Appointed Professor, Bunkyo Gakuin University), Yuji Nishiyama and Yumiko Bessho (Educators, Bunkyo Gakuin Girls’ Junior and Senior High School)

Japanese Style of Instrumental Music Education in Vietnam and Egypt (Examples from the Japanese Private Sector) by Hiroshi Tamezawa (Assistant Manager, Yamaha Corporation)

Case 1: Holistic Educational Practice in Indonesia: Continuity and Challenges by Tatang Suratno (Professor, Indonesia University of Education), Yohana Dhita Mahayani Dewi (Principal, St. Yusup Elementary School), and Lidwina Eva Septiani (Principal, St. Yusup Junior High School)

Indonesian Educational Reform and Tokkatsu Introduction by Kanako Kusanagi (Assistant Professor, CASEER, Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo)

Case 2: Japanese Style Education in Egypt: Tokkatsu Activities in the Egyptian Educational context by Aziza Ragab Khalifa (Minister Councellor & Head of R&D Team, Ministry of Education and Technical Education)


Any inquiry, please contact holistic_edu@padeco.co.jp .

Note: Shortened versions of the presentations will be provided with Japanese, Arabic, Malay, and Indonesian subtitles later on this website.