How to Cultivate Global Competencies Through Project-Based Collaborative Learning in University Students

ID: 41672 Type: Brief Paper: Project Opportunity
  1. Makoto Kageto, Shinichi Sato, and Gary Kirkpatrick, Nihon Fukushi University, Japan

Wednesday, June 25 11:35-11:55 AM

Presider:
Kurt Ackermann, Hokusei Gakuen University Junior College, Japan

It is needed for young generation among Asian countries to enhance communication via the network and get the opportunities to talk directory regarding issues such as gender, democracy and well beings and educations. Authentic settings such as international collaborative project enable them to challenge the joint presentation as the collaborative outcomes. The purpose of this study is to develop a model case of collaborative project-based learning (PBL) among Asian university students. The project titled World Youth Meeting(hereinafter called “WYM” ) and International Conference of Media in Education (hereinafter called “ICoME”) was designed to help students develop their collaborative skills based on dual concern models. that also gives them practical opportunities to use English. The process was analyzed with a special focus on students’ preparatory activities, the event and the post event activities that include online collaboration.

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