The President of the University opens the conference “The impact of Japanese education on building a child’s personality” at the College of EducationJanuary 12, 2020
The President of the University opens the conference “The impact of Japanese education on building a child’s personality” at the College of Education
The Ministry of Education and Technical Education, represented by the Egyptian-Japanese Schools Management Unit, organized a conference “The impact of Japanese education on building a children’s personality” in cooperation with the Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, with the aim of introducing the new teaching method in Japanese-Egyptian schools. President of Ain Shams University, the necessity of cooperation between the colleges of education in order to train teachers and establish the principle of Tokatsu, explaining that building the child’s personality is the true plant to create a generation along with the labor market and brainstorming and digital and the speed of technological development, as he emphasized continuing to train the teacher N parallel with parents, so as to serve the student and get the fruit suitable for creativity, excellence and self-realization.
For his part, Dr. Reda Hegazy, Head of the General Education Sector, expressed his happiness at participating in this conference, saying: “If education is life, then educational activities must be from life or simulation of it until the learner comes out to life to develop and develop himself, so the activity of learning outcomes may achieve Results that a full course is unable to achieve.
Dr. Reda Hijazi stressed the importance of active learning as it results in a creative, thoughtful student who thinks about what he learns and enjoys what he learns, so that employment and creativity can be applied in the practical application in the labor market, noting that this era is an investment to use the values approach and solve problems, stressing the importance of the role Which Japanese schools play, and paying attention to all students ’skills, whether academic or non-academic, it is a distinguished experience with international standards where new Egyptian curricula are taught in Arabic, in addition to Japanese Tokatsu activities, which aim to build an integrated personality for the student; Positive behaviors, skills and habits.
For her part, Nevin Hammouda, Advisor to the Minister for Strategic Relations and supervisor of the Japanese unit project, said that the Japanese education system seeks to achieve comprehensive development for the child, and provide students with a set of skills by providing a comprehensive educational system based on development and learning based on play, noting that One of the indicators of project success is that children are happy to attend school every day.
Dr. Majid Abu Al-Enain, Dean of the Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, praised the Japanese schools in Egypt, describing them as the great edifice that aims to develop the child’s personality and make it an innovative personality, in addition to its endeavor to create a full decision-making generation, noting that Japanese schools are not only concerned with wishing academic capabilities For students, it also works to enhance non-cognitive skills. He also spoke about the role of the teacher and his training in the proper program to build the child’s personality represented in his behaviors, skills, values, and directions, noting that the word Tokatsu refers to the comprehensive development of the child.
Mr. Omura, the chief representative of the International Cooperation Authority Cairo Office (JICA) also spoke about the role of Japanese schools and Tokatsu activities, saying that the goal is not only limited to knowledge and skills but also thinking and the ability to deal with them so as to find solutions to problems and this is achieved through joint cooperation between Japan and the Center for Curriculum Development Affiliated to the Ministry of Education and Technical Education for Self-Development and Innovation, pointing out that the application of “Tokatsu” activities are aimed at self-development and improving the quality of education in Egypt, stressing that the kindergarten stage follows the comprehensive development and the launch of a fruitful new education system.
On the sidelines of the conference, the attendees inspected an exhibition of the activities of Egyptian Japanese school students through the study axes of the “Tokatsu” project, which came through learning through coexistence and research classes, sharing opinions and listening to the other opinion, learning through play and life skills, and their artwork included works of clay , Some agricultural products, and innovative business.