beyond language and culture!
Intercultural Co-learning is a learning experience in which students from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds are not simply in the same classroom, but rather, through groupwork and projects, have meaningful interaction and deepen a mutual understanding of both others and oneself.
We conduct the following "international cooperation research project" which verifies case studies of international cooperation which began to be popularized in Japan, teaching method development, learning outcome measurement, evaluation etc. from an academic point of view.
International co-practice practiced in Japan is slightly different from so-called "multicultural class" abroad. There are various types of international cooperation, but here are three typical types and their examples.
Here, we introduce literature useful for classroom development and research in international cooperation. If you have recommended literature, please provide information from "Inquiries" screen.