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Two Days to Learn and Think about How to Nurture Lifelong Learners in Creative Economy


Selected images of August 3 speakers and panelists


<Learn X Creation (Learn by Creation) Overview>


This is the biggest event in Japan to gather multiple stakeholders in education (teacher, administrators, borad of education, creators, professionals, parents, students, etc.) for the purpose of reimagining Japan's education towards student-centered learning with emphasis on creativity. We have gathered 40 speakers, over 30 workshop presenters, and 20+ exhibitors who share our vision. In addition, there will be future of learning hackathon (on August 3) and middle and high school student presentations (on August 4) to foster collaboration among likeminded, intergenerational and interprofessional participants. Join us to launch movement on # Creativity X Education.

Main Arena Presentations will have simultaneous translation available. All other programs will be delivered in Japanese. We will have translation volunteers available on the day of the event for people who need assistance in visiting workshops and showcases.

Aug 3: Ecosystem Day: Day for Education Practitioners, Creators, Business Professionals, and Public Administrators
Theme: Where is the world headed and How to Build Environments to Nurture Lifelong Learners with Creativity.
- Talks and workshops by renowned international and Japanese educators, thought leaders, and creative professionals.
- Dialogue with learning buddies you will meet on the day.
- Ideathon and Hackathon to develop ideas and prototypes for schools.
- “Future of Learning” showcase ~ cutting edge schools, technology, and services

Aug 4: Family and Educator Day: Day for Parents, Children and Education Practitioners.
Theme: Life Skill of the Future, Ability to Learn Deep with Inquiry Mindset and Creativity
New guidelines for college entrance exams and the K-12 curriculum which focus on independent and higher order of thinking skills will be rolled out next year. We will try to address two key questions throughout the day. How do schools with deep learning practices look like? How can parents, teachers, and others around kids can change in order to support authentic learning at home and schools?
- Talks and workshops by renowned international and Japanese educators, thought leaders, and creative professionals.
- Presentations on “deep learning” by 11 Japanese middle and high school students
- Theme based dialogue with other likeminded adults
- “Future of Learning” showcase ~ cutting edge schools, technology, and services

Event Information
Date:
August 3 (Sat) Open AM9:00 / Start AM9:30 / Close PM18:00
August 4 (Sun) Open AM9:30 / Start AM10:00 / Close PM17:30

Venue: Hiroo Gakuen Middle and High School Access
Sacred Heart Global Plaza (Buidding No 4) Access

About tickets:
Early Bird (by 2019/7/28):
Adults 1day Ticket 4,500yen/2-day Ticket 8,500yen
University Student 1day Ticket 1,500yen/2-day Ticket 8,500yen
Kids under high school are free (kids under 12 need to be accompanied by parents)

Regular fee:
Standard 1day Ticket 5,500yen/2-day Ticket 9,500yen
University Student 1day Ticket 1,900yen/2-day Ticket 3,000yen
Kids under high school are free (kids under 12 need to be accompanied by parents)

Organizer: SOLLA (Self-Organized Lifelong Learning Alliance, General Incorporated Association)

Program Deatils
please check out our website for more information on the program: https://learnx.jp/


August 3 Ecosystem Day: Full List of Speakers and Panelists (presentations available in English marked in Red)

  • Akina Noguchi: Director, LITALICO Research Institute
  • Takahiko Saigo: Principal, Sakuragaoka Jr. High School (Setagaya Ward, Tokyo)
  • Chris Balme: CEO of Millenium School (CA, USA)
  • Daisuke Asano: Director, Service Affairs Policy Division and Educational Industry Office, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
  • Hiroki Otazawa: Seisho Kaichi Jr. High and High School
  • Jamelle Jones: 1st grade teacher at High Tech High (CA, USA)
  • John Santos: 11th grade Science Teacher at High Tech High (CA, USA)
  • Kan Hiroshi Suzuki: Professor at The University of Tokyo and Keio University, former Senior Vice Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (“MEXT”), former Special Advisor to MEXT.
  • Kazuhiro Obara: IT Critic, Fujiwara Investment Advisor, Author
  • Kiran Bir Sethi: Founder and Director, Riverside School / Design for Change (India)
  • Kohki Akiyoshi: VUILD CEO (software based architecture firm)
  • Kumi Imamura: Representative Director of Katariba NPO
  • Michiko Okano: Architect, Associate Professor of Shibaura Institute of Technology, CEO of Michiko Okano Architects
  • Naoki Iwase: Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Preparation Foundation for Karuizawa Kazakoshi Gakue
  • Naoki Ohta: Former assistant to Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Representative Director of New Stories
  • Naoya Endo: Teacher, Fukushima High School
  • Paul Turnbull: CEO of Mid Pacific Insisutute (HI, USA)
  • Rie Fukumoto: Project Research Associate, Assistive Technology Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST, The University of Tokyo
  • Rieko Komiyama: Director, StudySapuri Educational AI Institute, Associate Professor, Tokyo Gakugei University Graduate School of Education
  • Shumpei Komura: Head of Secretariat, Japan Innovative Schools Network supported by OECD
  • Taizo Son: Mistleotoe KK Founder
  • Toshiro Sato: Advisor of Katariba NPO
  • Toshiyuki Endo Teacher: Ikubunkan Jr. High School, High School, Global High School

August 3 Ecosystem Day: Hackathon/Ideathon/Workshops (workshops conducted in English marked in Red)
  • Ideathon on food
  • Two Loops System Thinking Workshop
  • System thinking workshop for teachers and change makers
  • How to create learning organizations by using pattern language cards
  • How to form cross-sector collaboration for more authentic learning?
  • Enabling regional city rejuvenation with Sustainable Development Goals
  • Projection mapping using programming
  • Enbling cross-border learning with virtual reality
  • (for PBL practitionners) Project tuning workshop
  • (for PBL practitionners) Project prototyping workshop
  • Deep learning experience workshop (pre-registration required)
  • Safecast citizen scientist workshop (for middle and high school students)
August 3 Ecosystem Day: Other Events
  • Playground: New Shool Showcase and Creative learning technology showcase
  • Kids musical performance by Little Musical

August 4 Family and Educator Day: Full List of Speakers and Panelists
  • Akihiko Nagata: Executive Vice President and COO, euglena Co., Ltd., President and CEO, Euglena Investment Co., Ltd.
    Representative Director, Real Tech Fund
  • Chris Balme: CEO of Millenium School (CA, USA)
  • Haruna Hotta: Teacher, Montessori Harajuku Children's house, Montessori Sumiregaoka Children's house
  • Hideki Yamamoto: CEO AMS LLC / Dream Project School
  • Hiroto Yamanaka CEO: Fun Fun Laerning KK
  • Jamelle Jones: 1st grade teacher at High Tech High (CA, USA)
  • John Santos: 11th grade Science Teacher at High Tech High (CA, USA)
  • Jun Hori: Representative Director, 8bitNews NPO
  • Kazuyuki Sano: Vice Principal at Kaetsu Ariake Middle and High School
  • Kiran Bir Sethi: Founder and Director, Riverside School / Design for Change (India)
  • Kunitake Saso: BIOTOPE KK CEO / Chief Strategic Designer
  • Masahiro Hori: Representative Director, Learning Journey
  • Masahiro Oie: Hakuhodo inc. MIRAI Business DivisionDirector
  • Mika Kumahira: Representative Director, 21st Century Learning Institute
  • Naoki Sudo: HandiHouse project / Kopro Co-representative Director, Architect
  • Sawako Inaniwa: Chief of Learning and Public Projects, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
  • Taizo Son: Mistleotoe KK Founder
  • Takao Yamamoto: Middle and High School English Teacher at Nitobe Gakuen with many books on student
  • Takashi Maeno: Professor, Keio University Graduate School System Management
  • Tomoko Kusamoto: Founder and Represenrtative Director, Hakuba International School Foundation
  • Yasuhiro Tamura: Exit Film CEO (a film company)
  • Youka Watanabe: Representative Director, International STEM Learning Association, Representative Director, Fablab Kamakura
  • Yosuke Horiuchi: Teacher, Hiroo Gakuen Junior and Senior High School
August 4 Family and Educator Day: Ideathon and Workshops (workshops conducted in English marked in Red)
(Workshops for Teachers)
  • Deep learning experience workshop (pre-registration required)
  • Ideathon on Learning Log (pre-registration by invitation only)
(Workshops for Parents)
  • How Education Guideline will Change in 2020
  • How family can support to nurture kids to become inquiry based learner
  • How to nurture non-cognitive skills in parenting
  • How to understand information in digital age
  • Workshop in study of well-being
  • Mystery Games
(Workshops for Kids)
  • Create Learn X Creation installation
  • Hands on craft workshop
  • 2 Programming Workshops: Scratch workshop by MIT Media Lab Lifelong Kindergarten team and Sphero workshop by Soichiro Hirai
  • Hebo Con: Robot contests for those who fear robotics
  • 3 Documentary Film Screenings (Most Likely to Succeed, Satish's School - Everyone is a Special Artist, My Words (Japanese only))
August 4 Family and Educator Day: Other Events
  • Deep Learning Unconference by 11 middle and high school or an organization for middle and high school studentes
  • Playground: New Shool Showcase and Creative learning technology showcase

FAQs
*The contents of the event may be partially changed by the speaker or program depending on the circumstances.
*High school students and below Free of charge / need additional 500 yen per day for Simultaneous interpretation receiver (free for under 18 years old)
* There is no childcare service but children are welcome. You can enjoy a workshop for elementary school students and above on August 4th. Basically, the workshops are free for entrance but you might need to pay for workshop material.
*Please purchase elementary school children's tickets with general tickets.
*In this event, videos and photos of inside and outside the venue taken by the organizer may be released. Please note.
Please kindly note that images taken by event organizer in this event may be open to public.

*Parents and guardians are requested to ensure the safety of their children traveling to and within the venue. Please note in advance that we can not be held responsible for any problems that occur during travel.
*With regard to the health and safety management of the participants, we will do this with due care, but also in the event that a disease etc. occurs in the participants, Please note that we can not take responsibility except in cases of intentional or gross negligence in our group.
* Details of the symposium and individual workshops of this event will be made available on the official site and on Facebook.
*Please note that tickets after purchase can not be refunded for this event. Transfer of tickets is possible.


<Event Host: SOLLA (self-organized lifelong learning alliance>


This event is hosted by SOLLA (non-profit foundation) which was founded by directors with diverse educational and creative backgrounds. In addition to 4 founding members, we have support from over 30 professional supporters including Taizo Son, a serial entrepreneur and one of the most highly acclaimed social impact investors in Japan.

Representative Directors: Emi Takemura, Tomoko Sato Fujiwara
Directors: Jun Chijiwa, Marie Yoshikawa

Reference: Short Movie on STEAM/PBL created by SOLLA
https://youtu.be/0uzxxopjmkU

●Learn x Creation offitialsite
http://www.learnx.jp

●Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/LearnXCreation/

●Twitter
https://twitter.com/LearnXCreation 

● inquiries: info@learnx.jp

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