“Theater Workshop and School Education – Looking Back on 20 Years and Going Forward” – SPT Laboratory Lecture

 

The SPT Laboratory is a place for thinking and experimenting on the possibilities of theater and theater.This year's SPT Laboratory continues its research theme of "exploring theater workshops" by holding the "Theater WS Laboratory". At the "Theater WS Lab", practitioners of theater workshops, or those who want to put them into practice in the future, become researchers. We are expanding the program.Some of the "lectures" and "seminars" that will be held in it are open to the public so that anyone can participate. 

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➀October 2022, 10 (Thursday) 13:18-30:21
“From the Beginning of In-Pro Education to Communication Education in Science, Engineering and Medicine”
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②October 2022, 10 (Thursday) 27:18-30:21
“Creating lessons, building schools, and teacher education that realizes “learning by becoming yourself””
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③ November 2022, 11 (Thursday) 24: 18-30: 21
"Board of Education supports truant students and special support classes"
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④ December 2022, 12 (Friday) 16: 18-30: 21
“To create a school that goes beyond conventional school education and connects play and learning”
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⑤Tuesday, January 2023, 1 17:18-30:21
"From "Workshop" publication to creating a place to learn together at university"
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Register “Theater Workshop and School Education – Looking Back on 20 Years and Going Forward” – SPT Laboratory Lecture
Schedule ➀October 2022, 10 (Thursday) 13:18-30:21
“From the Beginning of In-Pro Education to Communication Education in Science, Engineering and Medicine”
Lecturer: Takashi Takao × Listener: Takahiro Watanabe

②October 2022, 10 (Thursday) 27:18-30:21
“Creating lessons, building schools, and teacher education that realizes “learning by becoming yourself””
Lecturer: Takahiro Watanabe × Listener: Takashi Takao

③ November 2022, 11 (Thursday) 24: 18-30: 21
"Board of Education supports truant students and special support classes"
Lecturer: Yukiko Tsuchiya × Listener: Takashi Takao

④ December 2022, 12 (Friday) 16: 18-30: 21
“To create a school that goes beyond conventional school education and connects play and learning”
Lecturer: Naoki Iwase × Listener: Takashi Takao

⑤Tuesday, January 2023, 1 17:18-30:21
"From "Workshop" publication to creating a place to learn together at university"
Lecturer: Tamio Nakano × Listener: Takashi Takao
Message About 20 years have passed since theater workshops began to be used in school education.There are various entrances to schools, such as the Setagaya Public Theater, where facilitators (artists) are dispatched based on cultural facilities, and theatrical companies and individuals go to schools for activities. I have been practicing how to make lessons that utilize this.
 Takashi Takao, who has been conducting research and practices based on the three keywords of "theater," "workshop," and "education," will serve as the coordinator for this lecture. We will ask the guest lecturers who have been looking back on the past 3 years.Then, through dialogue with Mr. Takao and the participants, we will think about what theater and workshops can do for the future of school education.
lecturer Takashi Takao (Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Born in Matsue City, Shimane Prefecture in 1974.He graduated from the Faculty of Letters, University of Tokyo.He completed a doctoral course at the Graduate School of Sociology, Hitotsubashi University.He has a PhD (Sociology).Specializes in improvisational theater and brass band education.She conducts improvisational workshops at schools, theaters, companies, and communities, and even performs on stage in the improvisational group "Improvisational Experimental School" she leads.Her book Improv Education: Does Improvisation Foster Creativity? and “Improvisational Organizations: Beyond the Pre-established Harmony, Shaking the Daily Life” (co-author).


Takahiro Watanabe (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education, Tokyo Gakugei University)
Specializes in educational methods and teacher education.Born in Hyogo prefecture. He presides over the "Study of Learning Spaces" and, together with teachers from elementary, junior high and high schools, has been pursuing practical lessons that make use of the body, space, and imagination.She has received the Drama Teaching Award from the Japan Federation of Dramatic Education, the Outstanding Paper Award from the National Association for Japanese Language Education, and the Research Encouragement Award from the Japan Society for Educational Methods.His publications include “Narumi Miru Learning” (co-author, Jiji Press Publishing) and “Thinking about creating classes” (single author, Kuroshio Publishing).


Yukiko Tsuchiya (Director, Optimal Learning Promotion Section, Compulsory Education Guidance Division, Hiroshima Prefectural Board of Education)
As a temporary teacher in Yokohama City, he is involved in the management of in-school free schools at Yokohama Municipal Ichigao Junior High School and Nakagawa Nishi Junior High School, which do not aim to return to the classroom.From April XNUMX, preparations for opening SSR (Special Support Room), online education support center, SCHOOL 'S', and special support classes for the realization of individual optimal learning promoted by Hiroshima Prefecture engaged in support.


Naoki Iwase (Principal of Karuizawa Kazakoshi Academy/Principal of Karuizawa Kazakoshi Kindergarten)
Graduated from the Graduate School of Education, Tokyo Gakugei University.As a public elementary school teacher in Saitama Prefecture, she works on creating learner-centered classes, classes, and schools. After retiring in 2015, she became an associate professor at Tokyo Gakugei University Graduate School of Education.Through classes such as classroom management and curriculum design, she worked on teacher training and re-education of incumbent teachers. In 2016, he participated in the establishment of the General Incorporated Foundation Karuizawa Kazakoshi Gakuen Preparatory Foundation and assumed the position of Vice Chairman. In 2019, he established Karuizawa Kazakoshi Gakuen School Corporation and became a director. He is the father of 3 children.


Tamio Nakano (Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Around 90, he took a leave of absence from Hakuhodo to study organizational development in California.Since then, as a workshop planning producer, he has conducted many workshops that reconnect people, nature, themselves, and society, as well as facilitation courses, which are techniques for creating a participatory space. He has been a professor at Doshisha University since 2012, and has been in his current position since fall 2015.His main publications include How to Create a Place to Learn Together, Workshop, Facilitation Revolution, and Minna no Fun Shugyo.
Place ①②③⑤Setagaya Cultural Life Information Center Seminar Room AB (Carrot Tower 5F)
④Setagaya Public Theater Rehearsal Hall
Tuition fee 1,000 yen each time
*Payment is due on the day of the course.
Belongings Mask (Indoor shoes *Shoes are strictly prohibited only at the venue of ④. Please bring your own if necessary)
Capacity Approx. 30 persons
*First-come, first-served basis.As soon as the capacity is reached, the reception will be closed.
Target Anyone
申 込 み 方法 If you agree to the two requests below, please fill out the form below and apply using the application form on the Setagaya Public Theater website.

(1) Name (furigana) (2) E-mail address (3) Address (4) Phone number (5) Age (6) Occupation (7) Motivation for participation (8) Projects for schools that have been implemented/involved so far, or Things planned in the future (9) A word

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[Contact] Setagaya Public Theater Gakugei 03-5432-1526

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Request ① ・If you are not feeling well, please take a rest.
・If you have a fever of 37.5 degrees or higher at the time of your visit, you will not be able to participate.
・Please wash your hands, gargle, and disinfect your fingers before entering the venue.
・The event may be canceled suddenly depending on the situation of the new corona.
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◆We may be interviewed during the WS/lecture, or we may take photos or videos for use in promotional materials, publications, lectures, exhibitions, etc.
◆Please refrain from taking pictures or recording videos during the WS/lecture.
◆If you are injured during the WS/lecture, if the organizer is at fault, we will compensate you within the scope of your insurance.
◆You may be asked to leave if you disturb other participants.
Contact Us Setagaya Public Theater Gakugei 03‐5432‐1526
Remarks [Organizer] Setagaya Cultural Foundation
[Planning] Setagaya Public Theater
[Sponsor] Setagaya Ward