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2017 FD Workshop for Globalization of Education: Towards a learner-centered approach

When Sep 11, 2017 10:00 AM to
Sep 14, 2017 05:00 PM
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【For Osaka University Academic Staff】

The following is the information about Course Design Workshop in English.

Sponsored by: Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of Teaching and Learning Support, Osaka University
In cooperation with: Center for International Education and Exchange, Osaka University and CAREN Office (Osaka University Center for the Advancement of Research and Education Exchange Networks in Asia)


September 11 (Mon) – September 14 (Thu), 2017
Morning Session:10:00-13:00, Afternoon Session: 14:00-17:00 (every other day)


Room 1 & 2, Center of Medical Innovation and Translational Research 3F, Suita Campus


1. To learn the theory and practice of learner-centered approach in teaching
2. To improve teaching skills for academic staff who teach courses in English

Participation Criteria(Osaka University faculty members or those who were specifically permitted)

1. Participants willing to take part in globalization of education and FD.
  ※If the number of applicants exceeds the capacity, the participants will be decided by TLSC.

2. Participants expected to take active roles in globalization of education or FD activities at their faculty and recommended by their faculty.


20 people, including about 10 from Osaka University




 Isabeau Iqbal, Ph.D.  Educational Consultant, Isabeau Iqbal Educational Consulting and Training, British Columbia, Canada and Co-instructors

Entry fee

※We will ask participants to pay the actual expenses for the networking events.


I: Course Design Workshop: Morning, September 11 – September 14
 Morning of each day, 10:00-13:00
Monday, September 11: Course Content
Tuesday, September 12: Learning Outcomes
Wednesday, September 13: Assessment Methods
Thursday, September 14: Instructional Strategies

II: Microteaching : Afternoon, September 11 – September 14
※Divided into groups A and B, schedule for each:
   Group A: September 11 and 13(14:00-17:00)
   Group B: September 12 and 14(14:00-17:00)

For example if you are in group A, you are required to attend both the morning session and the afternoon session on September 11 & 13, and only the morning session on September 12 & 14.

Additional information on II:  Microteaching

The participants of the Workshop are divided into two groups and each group practices microteaching twice on alternate days as above.
During microteaching each participant gives a 5-minute lecture from his/her course, and receives comments and feedback from the instructor, co-instructor and other participants.  The focus of microteaching is about their style of lecturing and presentation, not about the contents of the lecture. The microteaching is video-recorded, and each participant receives a copy of it (SD memory card) after the session. The participants are expected to watch the video of their first microteaching, find out the areas of improvement, and prepare for the second microteaching based on the feedback and comments. Please rest assured that video-recorded data is only for the person who does the microteaching and will never be open to the public.

Award of Certificate

The participants who have participated fully in all the programs of workshop would receive "Certificate of Completion".

Please bring the following with you to the workshop.

* 5-minute-long content in English from your course.
 Any part is fine, but the overview might be easy for audience to understand.
*If necessary, you can use Power Point data, handouts, circulated materials in English, etc. and other English materials used in your course.
※ We will prepare PCs, projector, screen and white board in the room. Please feel free to ask us if you need something else.


Deadline: 17:00 PM, Thursday, August  10 , 2017
※When the number of applications exceed the capacity, we will close the application.


Dept. of Teaching and Learning Support, Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences
Kawaguchi(Ext. 5606), Oyama(Ext. 5659)
E-mail: tlsc<AT>

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