Feedback from FD Workshop participants

Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences

I think I was provided with the key ideas to conduct a learner centered class; to set specific Learning Outcomes, to clarify their domain and level, to choose assessment methods that are compatible with the learning outcomes, and so forth. I would like to apply what I have learned in this workshop to my future classes. Microteaching made me realize my weaknesses. I would like to strive for improvement.

Specially Appointed Associate Professor, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology

Denis's workshop is very well-organized and his approach to bring in methods such as lecture, questioning, individual work, pair work, etc sharpened my concentration. Appropriate class size also helped me to stay attentive throughout the workshop.

The number of past FD Workshop participants (2004-2012)

school/faculty no. of participants
Graduate School of Letters 7
Graduate School of Economics 1
Graduate School of Science 9
Graduate School of Engineering 21
Graduate School of Engineering Science 12
Graduate School of Language and Culture 5
Graduate School of Information Science and Technology 4
Graduate School of Human Sciences 7
Graduate School of Law and Politics 4
Graduate School of Medicine 2
Graduate School of Dentistry 2
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences 3
Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences 4
Institute of Laser Engineering 2
School of Foreign Studies
(Research Institutes for World Languages)
CBCMP, International College 7
Office for International Planning and Programs 1
Global Collaboration Center 1
Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences (former Institute for Higher Education Research and Practice) 2
Center for International Education and Exchange 2
Cybermedia Center 5
Immunology Frontier Research Center 2
Institute for Academic Initiatives 1
others 1
total 106
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