We offer PBL Environment for the children in Shinagawa, Tokyo.
Shinagawa local government gives us a chance to make a experiment of local point system with supports of people, companies, NPOs in Shinagawa.
We’ll make “SDGs local point system”!
Workshops about SDGs or local point system will be held for the local children.
Project-based learning is slowly gaining traction. I’ve also started to hear about the efforts being made by school boards across the country.
BBCoach Project is a web contest that has been running since 2003, and the way it works is exactly the way Project Based Learning works. It is a very convenient learning environment where you can experience the quintessence of PBL without having to do any research, just by experiencing the contest.
This year, the Academic Coaching Society was established. BBCoach Project is also open to members of the workforce as learning coaches. It’s all about providing a place to practice learning coaching.
In addition, BBCoach Project takes care of the communication log of the project period, which project management considers important. In order to avoid a crisis as soon as possible, it is very important to keep a record of the flow of such communication.
This is a great contest because it gives you the opportunity to experience the same work process as a working person from childhood.
Saturday, 20 June 2015 Request from NPOs. Project management of active learning by international, industry-academia-community collaboration Professor Masahiro Inoue, Shibaura Institute of Technology ・Experiment of Web Application in Project Practice Strengthening – Case Study of Keyaki City Project, Osaka International University Yasumasa Murai, Lecturer, Faculty of Global Business, Osaka International University How should PBL be for the development of active-learners? Akinori Inui, Associate Professor, Kyoto Koka Women’s University Practice of PBL on PM Curriculum and Rubric Introduction in Science University Tomio Yanagisawa, Part-time Lecturer, Kanto Gakuin University Introduction of PBL to SSH project in Toyama High School Yoshiharu Tanaka, Guidance Teacher, Toyama High School, Tokyo PBL in the U.S. science program of Tokyo Metropolitan Toyama High School Yuna Ando and Tomoki Takaku, Tokyo Metropolitan Toyama High School Japan’s Attempt on Space Students from Shibaura Institute of Technology Junior High School won the BBCoach Project PMAI Award
The 12th BBCoach Project contest, which provides a learning environment for project-based learning as active learning, was held at Keio University in Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo, on Saturday, March 28, 2015, from 1-5 p.m.
The junior creators, ranging from elementary school to junior and senior high school students, decided on the theme they wanted to pursue and worked together as a team to create and present the final content.
We also shared the activities of this team with sub-coaches from high school and above, and with coaches from the working world, who shared their valuable time of about six months with the society and the kids. The fact that the activity was recorded as a learning log on SNS is of great value.
The 13th annual BBCoach Project for 2015 will also be launched this fall.
Coach of the Year Award. Mr. Hiroaki Irikura Ms. Kyoko Kimura Giveaway: a whistle for the coach
Judges. Keio Shimizu, President, NPO Project Management Incubation Association Yoshio Otsuka, Representative Director, Japan Media Education Co. Representative Director, Soji Ueda, Jutheme Inc. Junichi Kimura, Solution Development Department, Fastep, Inc. Kyoko Kaminaga, Teacher, Shibaura Institute of Technology Junior and Senior High School
The 2011 Ninth BBCoach Project individual application deadline is coming up!
As the end of the year approaches, the deadline for individual applications for the 2011 BBCoach Project (4th grade to high school students) is fast approaching. Until midnight on December 31, 2011!
As long as the data can be published on our website, we can challenge you to create a game, a full-fledged website, or a video. However, they must participate as a team. You will also be asked to keep a record of your team’s communication during the production process on SNS. It provides an excellent learning environment where you can experience the basic tasks of project management without even knowing it. Parents and school teachers are welcome to join in as coaches! Members of the general public can also experience a learning coach.
The project is organized by Roundtable.com (Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo), a provider of virtual school learning environments (English learning portal sites and free virtual learning spaces) that support students in obtaining U.S. high school diplomas in Japan.
Implemented since FY 2003. This is the ninth annual Webb contest. A free community of junior creators and the learning coaches, businesses and community members who support them. Participation is free. Evaluation points are higher for teams of different ages, remote team structures, and teams that are able to work together with an awareness of project management. We hope you will join us. Another mash-up presentation will be held at the end of March 2012. Click here for details.
We have started to receive letters from people who have experienced contests and have succeeded in getting into difficult universities!
We are able to support individual learning as an adaptive learning school, but there are few opportunities for collective education, and we want to provide a curriculum as a school that emphasizes social connections. BBCoach Project (https://bbcoach.roundtable.jp/) Started to provide a PBL environment supported by society with the support of international companies such as Sony, Sun Microsystems, Macromedia, Real Networks, etc. Participation of Virtual High School, Keio Gijuku Futsubu, Hokkaido Board of Education, and a private high school in Kagoshima. Haruhisa Ishida, Professor Emeritus of the University of Tokyo, chairs the judging panel. Support from four staff members from Sony. One is Kenichiro Mogi, who will become famous for his Aha experience.
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Project Management, the art of the arrangements, has been standardized in the world. We think PM is the significant learning subject as much as English to cultivate human resources acting globally. From elementary school to university, Project Management has been adopted as a trial to cultivate independent learners thinking by themselves and organizing the team through the experience-based learning.