The 22nd Annual Japan-U.S. Teacher Education Consortium

*JUSTEC 2010 was successfully concluded.

 Program: Please download the PDF file for further information.

July 22nd
Optional External Tour  9:45              Meet at the entrance gate of Tamagawa Gakuen
School Visit: Tamagawa Academy
11:00-12:00  Free Dialogue Session with Lunch provided
 Juku “Cram school” Visit (Focused on teacher's quality)
15:00-          End tour in Machida downtown
July 23rd
JUSTEC Opening   9:00- 9:30     Registration
  9:30- 9:40
     JUSTEC Opening (Greeting from President Obara, Tamagawa University)
       Introducation of Dr. Marilyn Cochran-Smith
9:40- 9:50     Overview of JUSTEC
  9:50-11: 50    Session 1: Japan and U.S. Approaches to Teaching and Teacher Education
11:50-13:00     Lunch
     Session 2: Culture and Other Issues of Diversity
15:00-15:20     Refreshment
15:20-17:20     Session 3: English Language Instruction in Higher Education
17:45-             Welcome Dinner
     Tamagawa Taiko Performance
July 24th
Sessions  9:00-11:30      Session 4: K12 English Language Education
11:40-13:00    Lunch
13:00-14:30    Session 5: Teacher Assessment and Technology
14:30-14:50      Refreshment
14:50-17:20    Session 6: Responses to Teaching Challenges
18:00-20:00    Reception
July 25th
Forum 11:00-11:30    Business Meeting 
11:30-12:30    Lunch
    Registration for the Forum
13: 00-13:05
   Introduction by President Obara, Tamagawa University

Theme:“Providing Educational Support for Students with Diverse Needs”

13: 05-14:05   Keynote Address by Marilyn Cochran-Smith
          John E. Cawthorne Endowed Professor of
                 Teacher Education for Urban Schools
                 Director, Ph.D. Program in Curriculum & Instruction
                 Lynch School of Education, Boston College

   Break (5min)

14: 10-15:10   Forum with Japanese Panelists
         Yumiko Ono (Professor, Naruto University of Education)
       Sakae Akuzawa (Associate Professor, Tamagawa University,Graduate School of Education)

15:10-15:20    Break (10 min)

15:20-16:00    Q & A