A workshop called “PM Momotaro” will be held in Nara.
Tawaramoto-cho, Isagi-gun, Nara Prefecture, is publishing “Momotaro’s Final Version” as the birthplace of Momotaro. Momotaro’s story is a familiar story to both Japanese and Nara people. We would like to present a workshop that will be a chance for elementary and junior high school students to learn project management while thinking about the secrets of their successes.
This time, the NPO Layer Box from Nara agreed to participate in the project. We are a support group that makes traditional culture more accessible to children and encourages parents and children to participate in it in the community to pass it on to the next generation. I’m excited to see what kind of people I’ll meet. I hope you all get together…
March 26, 2011, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
March 27, 2011, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Venue: Nara University of Education Lecture Building 1 (L1) Classroom 104
Takahata-cho, Nara-shi, Nara, 630-8528 Japan 0742-27-9105
Day 1: Using the Tawaramotocho edition of Momotaro’s The Complete Version, we will explore the secrets of success contained in the story.
“Momotaro’s Final Version.
Supervisor: Nomura Junichi, Picture: Moriya Hiroshi
Published by Tawaramoto-cho Tourist Association
On the second day, under the theme of “If Momotaro Knew Project Management,” we will learn the process of creating a picture book as a team. You will also experience the methods used in project management. Click here to apply for the brochure.
Co-organized by NPO Layer Box and Iwamoto Laboratory of Social Science Education, Nara University of Education Supported by Nara Prefecture and Nara Prefectural Board of Education Cooperated by Tahara Honmachi Tourism Association/ Roundtable.com
Click here to apply.