TIEC International Symposium 2019

Dr.Jone Dirkx

Dr.Craig N. Shealy


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1.Title of the Symposium

International Symposium of Assessing Learning Outcomes for Education Abroad


Recent years, the number of study-oversea programs, especially short-stay programs, are increasing at universities and we are expected to verify, assess and analyze the outcomes.
This symposium is announcing some practices which monitor the learning outcomes objectively by testing tools available in Japan now.



Friday, October 4, 2019
9:40-17:00 (Door opens at 9:20)


International Conference Hall, Plaza Heisei 3F, Tokyo International Exchange Center
Address: Tokyo Academic Park, 2-2-1 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo Japan
3 minutes walk from "Tokyo International Cruise Terminal"station on "Yurikamome" line
15 minutes walk from "Tokyo Teleport" station on "Rinkai" line

6.Number of Participants





(Japanese-English simultaneous translations will be provided)

Time Details
9:40-10:00 Address by representatives (JASSO / Hiroshima University)
10:00-10:40 Keynote1
Dr. John Dirkx (Michigan State University)
“Transformative learning in international and multicultural education”
10:40-11:40 Keynote2
Dr. Craig N. Shealy,Dr. Lee Sternberger (James Madison University)
“Assessing International, Multicultural, and Transformative Learning”
12:30-16:10 Introduction of Examples
≪PROG≫ Shibaura Institute of Technology (RIASEC)
≪GPS-Academic≫ Ritsumeikan University (Benesse i-Career)
≪Oversea Study Assessment≫ Hitotsubashi University / Institute of Behavior Traits (JAOS)
≪BEVI-j≫ University of the Ryukyus / Kansai University / Hiroshima University
16:15-16:50 Panel Discussion / Conclusion
16:50-17:00 Closing Speech
17:30-19:00 Reception Party
  • This symposium is subsidized by the Nakajima Foundation
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