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McMICHAEL William DY “International Collaborative Project Learning I”

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1. Class Subject International Collaborative Project Learning I
2. Class Title Etc. International Collaborative Project Learning I
3. Number of Credits 2
4. Eligible Years Undergraduate
5. Instructor McMichael William DY
6. Term/Day/Period SecondSemester/ Thursday/ 4th Period (14:40-16:10)
7. Language English
8. Class Outline, Objectives Continuing on from Term 1, students will partake in project work related to the Our Fukushima Project, a student-led initiative started in 2019 that aims to promote student perspectives about Fukushima to the world through the use of various projects including creation of content for social media platforms such as Youtube, Instagram, and Tiktok.

During the term, students will be expected to gather analytical information from their respective countries, collaborate to identify problems/challenges related to the initiative, and formulate concrete recommendations for the project's future based on their actual findings.
9. Class Schedule 1 Course introduction and overview of Our Fukushima Project
2 Self-introductions and team building exercises
3 Team proposal writing
4 Lecture on negative reputation damage of Fukushima
5 Preparation and role assignment for mini practice project
6 Mini practice project execution week
7 Presentations and reflection on practice project
8 Guest lecture on SNS promotion conducted by Fukushima
9 Main project proposal planning and discussion
10 Final proposals and role allocation + timeline setting
11 Overview of useful statistical and survey analyzing techniques
12 Project execution week
13 Project updates and reflection
14 Project presentations
15 Reflection and term paper submission
16 Final review and linking to next semester
10. Evaluation/Assignments Group contribution * both peer and individual evaluation 50%
Mid-term (Project Proposal) 20%
Final Group presentation 30%
11. Textbooks
12. Out of Class Study This course will rely heavily on students meeting outside of class to conduct their research and study.
Based on the credit system, a minimum of 30 hours of out-of-class study time is required.
13. Notes on Enrolling
14. Syllabus URL International Collaborative Project Learning I
15. ICL Enrollment Limit Approx.25
16. Language Requirements A minimum of B1 Level of English is reccommended
17. Frequency of Intercultural Collaborative Learning Activities 100%
18. Other (Notes for ICL Enrollees)
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