International Symposium Transformation of STEM Teaching（金沢大学国際基幹教育院高等教育開発・支援部門研究セミナー）（7/14）
July 14th (Fri), 2017
Main Administration Building 6th Floor
Today active learning is changing the landscape of higher education. Although the concept of student engagement is the same, approaches are different from discipline to discipline. This is the reason why we need Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) for active learning. In this symposium, we will focus on science teaching at the university level. Professor Steve Pollock will talk about the teaching reform of physics at the University of Colorado Boulder. Professor Akira Ushijima will report the mathematics teaching reform at Kanazawa University. Professor Sachiko Tosa will discuss her international comparative study of science teaching. Anyone who is interested in teaching reform and STEM education is welcome.
Chair: Professor Keiichiro Yoshinaga (Kanazawa University)
13:00 Opening Remark
Professor & Vice President for International Affairs Yoshio Otani (Kanazawa University)
13:05 “Physics Teaching Reform at the University of Colorado Boulder”
Professor Steven Pollock (University of Colorado Boulder, U.S. Professor of the Year 2013))
14:40 “Mathematics Teaching Reform at Kanazawa University”
Associate Professor Akira Ushijima (Kanazawa University)
15:10 “Why not including active learning instructional strategies in your lecture?
: Based on US-Japan comparison of college physics lessons”
Professor Sachiko Tosa (Niigata University)
16:55 Closing Remark