Cooperation with Local Communities

Cooperation with Local Communities

The University pursues various projects in social cooperation. The purpose of these projects is to give the fruits of our educational research back to society so that the various needs of educational institutions can be met, including on-site support for problem-solving, by featuring the benefits of teacher training at our University. In addition, we aim to vitalize our educational research by promoting cooperation and coordination with local communities and the Prefectural Board of education, to contribute to progress in education, art, and culture in these communities. The following are our main social cooperation projects.

I Training Support
Lectures for Renewal of Licenses and Projects on the Development of Training Support Programs for In-Service Teachers (Development and Implementation of Training Courses)(*1), and Other Support for the Implementation of Training and Lectures hosted by the Board of Education(*2)
II Cooperation with Local Governments
Projects based on Cooperation and Coordination Agreements with Local Governments, Projects based on Graduate School of Education Cooperation Agreements and Collaboration between High-schools and Universities, and Joint Research among Three Educational Institutions
III Cooperation between Universities
Opinion Exchange Meetings regarding Future Training for Teachers, and Projects for the Hyogo-Kobe University Consortium
IV Contribution to Local Communities through the Center for Regional Exchange
School Partnership Enterprise (lectures on demand by faculty members), Open Lectures, Industry-Government-Academia Cooperation, and Contacts for Local Communities Provision of Information

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