Programs

Training Course for Teachers

story from Tokyo Development Learning Center

Organizers

World Bank Tokyo Development Learning Center (TDLC)
World Bank Tokyo Office

In collaboration with:

Asian Institute of Management (AIM)
Chulalongkorn University Centre for Academic Resources
Mongolia DLC
Sri Lanka DLC
Timor Leste DLC
Vietnam Development Information Center (VDIC)

First videoconference?

Watch the VC Handbook videos available on this website for useful tips on conducting your session. A sample running order for a Kids Initiative session is attached for your reference.

Sample “Kids” session running order (PDF 17.89 KB)

 

Instructional Design for Theme-based Sharing and Project-based Learning

To complement its Kids & Youth Initiative for better multicultural understanding among young people, TDLC is organizing a videoconference-based training course for teachers.

The Teachers’ Training Course is full of tips on how to organize effective videoconference sessions. It is specifically designed for elementary and junior high school teachers, instructors, and specialists involved in cross-cultural education.

The course provides Japanese and international expertise, and can be used as a platform for international exchanges of opinion.

Hong Kong-based IT and education specialist, Dr. Christopher Tan was featured lecturer at a training course held in spring 2008. The session extended beyond international borders in a lively discussion – just like in the kids’ sessions!

Please click below for a program outline.


Note: The course uses Moodle as a learning management system.

For more details, please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

This session is part of a larger program. For more information see Kids & Youth Initative Programs

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