Farewell party for our best friend--Chok san

.01 2018 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)
Hello everyone, the summer has came. How are you going with your hot life.
Today we did a party for our best friends---Chok san. She has finished her research in Japan this period, and has to go back to her country.
Four months passed so quickly. It is time to say goodbye to her. We spent a very unforgettable and meaningful time together.

We all very like her personality and her very sweet smile! We won’t forget these special days with her.
We all hope she can have a nice day and come true her dreams in the future! Goodbye Chok san and thank you very much!


.18 2018 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)
Hello, everyone! I am CUI, the M1 student in our empowerment lab.
Today, Professor Arimura gave us a wonderful lecture about
the empowerment of abuse prevention of children.
Professor Arimura explained the trends in the number of incident handling cases of
child abuse at the child consultation center.
From 1990 to 2008, the number of child abuse has increased year by year.
He analyzed the main cause of the increase in child abuse. As a cause of the
increase in psychological abuse, police notices increased about cases where
there was violence against spouses in families where they live together.
Child counseling center Increase in a notice accompanying increased
public awareness of child abuse by citizens and schools and related institutions
due to public relations of nationwide common dial and mass media coverage.


And Professor Arimura introduced his research to us.
He conducted international comparison studies.
He compared the information comprehensible in the same framework of each country
and compiled the details based on that information as a report and examined
the direction after comparison with Japanese social care.
Professor Arimura found it difficult to introduce overseas systems,
but I realized that it was easier to learn from the processes and trial and error of
each country leading to that system.
And he extracted the contexts and lessons that can be utilized for the child's family home
welfare policy from Japan and arranged it in a comparable form.
I have suggested social indicators and evaluation methods that are important for
Japan from the mindset.
Lastly, Professor Arimura introduced us towards empowerment to create a mechanism
for abuse prevention.
The mechanism of abuse prevention is divided into two parts.
A society that allows you to stay close to the parties and accept the lives of the parties.
From the viewpoint of "support", thinking about what should be arranged as a
system and what cannot be adjusted by the system.
It was a very meaningful speech which made us understand the situation of abuse prevention.
We should use what we learned today in our research or studies.
Thanks, Professor Arimura a lot for the wonderful speech.

Welcome Party

.10 2018 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)
Hello, everyone.
This is Sun, the new trainee in this lab.
The weather becomes really hot recently and I wish you all can keep healthy.
We spent a meaningful day in last Wednesday.
Firstly, we welcomed Tong-san, coming back our lab after graduation six years ago.
She is now a professor in Fudan University, China.

Every member smiled happily in this photo.
We enjoyed in food and communication just like we are a family.
Then, Tong-san gave us a wonderful presentation about
early child development and care in China to us.
As her presentation, ECD in China is far less developed than Japan.
And we all understood the necessity of the development about ECD,
especially children below three years old.
In the feed-back time, all of us agreed that cooperation of government is indispensable.
I think this unforgettable day will be a unique memory in our life.
Let's look forward to the future time.



.03 2018 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)
Hello everyone, this is HU, the new trainee in this lab.
It’s a little bit hot these days and I hope you all can take care of yourselves.

Last Friday we were so lucky to listen to a speech which given by Takechi sensei,
who is the leader of the team of Medical Support in House,
in University of Tsukuba Tokyo Campus.
The topic of this speech was about
taking successful aging as the goal.


In this speech, firstly, Takechi sensei introduced the situation of
the medical support in-house which based on the reality
and practice to provide the outline of the structure.
This care system considered about the domicile of elderly.
Basing on this,there are 3 needs or issues, which lead to 3 phases to
construct and use this care system.
After supporting consulting and constructing ICT,
it comes to the most important issue,
how to use and provide cooperative support.
Takechi sensei introduced the cooperation of multi-occupation fields
applying in the care system of medical supporting house
and preventing disease progression specifically.

They use ICT to provide cooperative support from multi-occupation fields,
and Takechi sensei showed us the operation pattern of this medical support system.
On the other hand, as for the application in preventing disease progression,
they came up with concepts of regional symbiosis society and medical care system
provided by next generation.
Out of the overall considerations which contain these two factors,
the image of this system is basing on the factors of multi-occupation cooperation,
and collecting comprehensive and multifaceted information
about precaution and disease progression.

Finally, because of the time, after answering some questions posed by participants,
Takechi sensei ended this great speech.
This speech made us know more about the new medical support modes.
And it is a very important factor in empowerment.
Thanks for Takechi Sensei’s wonderful speech.



.15 2018 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)
Dear friends with a vision for empowering!
Last Friday, Professor Kojiro Tamura (Head of Special Education) gives us an incredible speech
about empowering teachers of special education. He dedicates his life and career to those teachers
so that they can adopt the empowering attitude and be the good doors to the
amazing journey for their everyone in the classes,
UNICEF said that every extra schooling year increases an individual’s
potential income by more than 10 percent. This study shows the strength of education
and societal requirement are how to influence the very single person’s life.
Professor Kojiro Tamura simply defined the importance of empowering teachers
“in practice, a teacher is a person who tubes for inspiring and encouraging his students
to strive for their greatness. Thus, the policies should promote special education teachers’ training
and development of support structure in order to promote them with
solutions to a difficult situation and reduce their burden”. For being teacher,
they often face the problems not only in classrooms but also publicly.
Though they have been expected high standards of behavior due to their social influence.
It says that how teachers face a higher level of occupational stress than other professions.


A global initiative aimed at achieving inclusive education leads system and social empowerment in all countries of the UN members.
Professor Kojiro Tamura emphasized the importance of empowering teachers, I do believe that it would probably be essential instrument for the reaching 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goal.

Written by:
Short term PhD student