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“Machinaka no Furusato Kyoiku” Education of Hometown in Urban Area

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“Machinaka no Furusato Kyoiku” Education of Hometown in Urban Area
Ms. Miki Konishi, RCE Okayama
Asia-Pacific Regional RCE Meeting 2018
25-27 September, 2018, Parramatta (Sydney), Australia

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“Machinaka no Furusato Kyoiku” Education of Hometown in Urban Area

  1. 1. Machinaka no Furusato Kyouiku - Education of Hometown in Urban Area - at Okayama Municipal Korakukan High School 11:15-13:00, 26 September 2018 11th Asia-Pacific RCE Conference in Sydney Parallel Case Study Session ‘People’ – Mainstreaming the SDGs: Education and Impact
  2. 2. Okayama Municipal Korakukan High School 1
  3. 3. Little interest local culture, history, environment and challenges in the city Integrate ESD in school ‘s policy and curriculum Youths as change agents for creating as sustainable city Problem New Teaching Guideline (2022 - ) 2
  4. 4. Mission School Management Goals and Plan School Management Goals and Plan (2018) Challenge • Learn actively & create lives • Class for Integrated & Study Career Education Change • Increase self-reliance • International understanding education Community • Contribute to society • Machinaka no Furusato Kyoiku • voluntary activities To nurture people who contribute to creating a sustainable society through improving students’ creativity, competencies for logical thinking, making decisions and expression School Motto Love & CreationMission 3
  5. 5. Mission ①Class for Integrated Study ②Rakkan Lunch Project ③Nishigawa Aquarium Project Machinaka no Furusato Kyoiku 4
  6. 6. Mission ①Class for Integrated Study ②Rakkan Lunch Project ③Nishigawa Aquarium Project Machinaka no Furusato Kyoiku 4
  7. 7. Class of Integrated Study 10th Grade 4- 1
  8. 8. Class of Integrated Study 11th Grade 12th Grade 4- 1
  9. 9. Mission ①Class for Integrated Study ②Rakkan Lunch Project ③Nishigawa Aquarium Project Machinaka no Furusato Kyoiku 4
  10. 10. 20 24 30 34 38 39 44 57 67 71 77 92 91 79 78 83 97 99 10 11 13 17 22 28 34 39 48 62 75 84 98 116 121 121 121 125 6.8 7.6 8.4 9.1 10.1 10.9 12.3 14.4 17.0 19.1 21.5 24.7 26.2 27.0 27.8 28.9 31.3 32.7 0 10 20 30 40 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 S35 (1960) S40 (1965) S45 (1970) S50 (1975) S55 (1980) S60 (1985) H2 (1990) H7 (1995) H12 (2000) H17 (2005) H22 (2010) H27 (2015) H32 (2020) H37 (2025) H42 (2030) H47 (2035) H52 (2040) H57 (2045) 75歳以上(左目盛) 65~74歳(左目盛) 高齢化率(右目盛) 29 35 42 51 60 67 78 95 115 132 151 179 190 195 200 214 218 224 Estimate (%)(千人) 4- 2 Transition and Estimate The numbers of the elderly over 65 and aging rate in Okayama City Over 75 Over 65-74 Aging Rate Resource: Census by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications/ Estimate by Okayama City Rakkan Lunch Project
  11. 11. 4- 2 Rakkan Lunch Project
  12. 12. Rakkan Lunch Project4- 2
  13. 13. Mission ①Class for Integrated Study ②Rakkan Lunch Project ③Nishigawa Aquarium Project Machinaka no Furusato Kyoiku 4
  14. 14. Nishigawa Aquarium Project Clean up event Garbage & Creatures 4- 3
  15. 15. Nishigawa Aquarium Project4- 3
  16. 16. Nishigawa Aquarium Project4- 3
  17. 17. Achievements and Challenges Hands-on experiences and direct communication with local people encourage students to act as members of the community and to make their ‘hometown’ better and more sustainable. The project won local prizes and the experiences are shared with other high schools and local stakeholders. Transformation of teachers’ attitude and mindset. Achievement Challenges 5
  18. 18. Thank you for your attention! RCE Okayama Miki Konishi (Ms.) esd@city.okayma.lg.jp

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