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12-1月誕生日会

.20 2019 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)
2月も終わりに近づき春ももうすぐですが、みなさんいかがお過ごしでしょうか
博士3年の渡邊です。
今回は、研究室ブログの日常編を号外でお届けします(^^)

今日は、なんと、田中先生がサプライズで素敵な誕生日祝いをしてくださいました
12月、1月の誕生日は、研究生の筱彧さん、伊寧さんと私でした!!

ゼミの後で頭を使った後だった上に、お祝いの場での甘味でしたので、格別ですね

せっかくなので集合写真を撮りました。

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また、プレゼントに素敵なお花をいただきました
可憐です。

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田中先生、本当にありがとうございました!!
また、いつもお気遣いいただきありがとうございます^ ^
これからもよろしくお願いします


2019年度第1回みらいエンパワメントカフェ

.04 2019 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)

Hello, everyone! I'm SUN, the research student in our empowerment lab.
Today, we have had a very meaningful time together.
At first, The Third Childcare Working Council was held, under the auspices of Anme-sensei.
Members of the council conducted a lively discussion about
system construction for universal high quality childcare.
And published the results of many years of investigation.
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Then, we listened four wonderful presentation.
The first one is practical teamwork based on evidence about more improvement of childcare quality
that presented by Sakai-sensei.
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The second one is practice to achieve family well-being which based on evidence,
publised by Kido-sensei.
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The third publisher Tanaka Hiroshi-sensei came out about
continuous over the school age childrencare practice based on evidence.
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Finally, Tomisaki-sensei and Tanaka Emiko-sensei subject a topic about
creation of scientific basis and sustainable support practice.
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Furthermore, a warm discussion was held.
It was a very meaningful lecture which encourage us to make the childrencare greater in the future.
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We all appreciate it a lot.

Congratulations to Watanabe-sensei!

.07 2019 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)
Hello Everyone! I am Sana, a 1st year Master student within Empowerment lab.
How have you been enjoying your weekend?
It is getting colder and colder by the day now, please take care of yourselves.
Last Tuesday was an unforgettable and lovely night that I wanted to share with you!

The day of December 25th started early where we all met in the lab for our weekly seminar.
Speakers that day gave an insightful presentation about their research and graduation projects,
and by the end of it, it was time to celebrate Watanbe-sensei's appointment as a Professor
in the University of Shukutoku.

We met with Watanabe-sensei and Tomisaki-sensei and walked together in the crisp weather
of December afternoon to head for dinner at Bistro Cin-Cin Italian restaurant.

At our entry, the waitress greeted us and led us to our seats, and soon after, Tanaka-sensei
joined us as well along with her 3 lovely children! The dim lights of the restaurants gave it a cozy
feel of a warm and safe home.

The party started with an inspiring speech from Anme-sensei for Watanabe-sensei's new position
as a professor. Anme-sensei shared with us the first time her and Watanabe-sensei met and the kind
of brilliant student and professional she once was/is.

A professional, said Anme-sensei, is a person who always thrives to go beyond their 100% and that is
definitely a characteristic that Watanabe-sensei has.

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Tanaka-sensei also gave a toast to celebrate Watanabe-sensei's new position along with other students,
wishing her bright and successful future and career, an we all rose our cups and drank together. Kanpai!

Soon after, the room was filled with cozy vibes, friendly conversations and children's laughter.

It was truly lovely, and the food that night was also delicious! The meal started with a fresh vegetables
dip as well as a honey, cheese tofu, and crackers platter. We were then served french fries along with
some meat sauce and a margarita pizza right out of the oven.

During middle of our dinner, we later played a little game together.

Atsuzawa-san asked us each to draw a card and answer the question which was written on it.
Anme-sensei, Watanabe-sensei, Tanaka-sensei and Tomisaki-sensei also joined us for the game,
which only made the game more fun and interesting!

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By the time the game ended, the night was also unfortunately almost finished. Time always feels
like passing by fast when having a good time.

We took the opportunity to share with Watanabe-sensei her gifts that we have prepared for her
at an earlier time. We wrote her each a brief message to congratulate her for her new position,
and gave it to her as a present along with a flower bouquet and a Little My pillow. (can you guess
from which book series this character is? 😉)

We wish Watanabe-sensei the brightest of futures and may this new year of 2019 bring her more
great accomplishments and success in her career!

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Last Tuesday night was truly a special moment that we all shared together. We laughed and learnt
a lot from each other during this dinner party.

I hope you are all doing well and I hope that you have enjoyed your holidays.

May this new year of 2019 bring us plenty of love, happiness and good fortune!

Happy new Year!

P.S. Thank you very much for Watanabe-sensei for the cute donuts, they were delicious!





2018年度第9回みらいエンパワメントカフェ

.17 2018 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)
Hello everyone! I am Hao, the research student in our empowerment lab.
The temperature has plummeted these days, and I wish you can take good care
of yourselves.
In December 14th, Professor Watanabe and Ms. Suzuki gave us two wonderful lectures
about childcare.
Professor Watanabe explained the factors related to child abuse and how to reduce it to
us. Professor Watanabe firstly introduced two cohort data she used, childcare cohort
data and regional cohort data.
Professor Watanabe used childcare cohort data from 1999 to 2016 to analyze the
18-year trend of childcare and the factors related to child abuse risk, and she used
regional cohort data to examine the factors to reduce childcare difficulties.
From these two studies, the following conclusions were found. Factors of caregivers
such as childcare difficulties, and social factors such as economic hardships
and single-parent households increase the risk of child abuse.
And support by partners, childcare consultation, childcare cooperation and
appropriate support provided by supporting centers can reduce this risk.
Based on the present situation that there are a number of caregivers
who have difficulties with childcare, further support for caregivers is required.
Therefore, at the end of the lecture,
Professor Watanabe made several suggestions for the support to caregivers.
And the keywords of these suggestions are equal positions, shared purpose and
mutual respect.

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Ms. Suzuki gave us a lecture on child-rearing generation empowerment.
At first, Ms. Suzuki shared her own experience of pregnancy,
childbirth and child-rearing. And from these experiences, Ms. Suzuki
thought about child-rearing support which is required.
To deal with anxiety and difficulties during these three stages,
it is important to solve physical difficulties and eliminate psychological uneasiness.
And for child-rearing, empowerment support and the adjustment
to work-life balance are also required. Next, Ms. Suzuki introduced child-rearing
neubora center in Ichihara City to us. This center aims to improve the quality
of life of pregnant women, infants and children, provide a good living environment
for them and make Ichihara City be the city where people want to birth and
grow children.
It need understand actual conditions of pregnant women and infants,
provide necessary information, advice and health guidance concerning pregnancy,
childbirth and child-rearing, develop support plans and coordinate with the relevant
agencies of health care or welfare.
Although there are still some issues,
it will provide more continuous support for parents and children in the future.

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We learned a lot from Professor Watanabe’s and Ms. Suzuki’s lectures and we had a
deeper understanding of childcare.
Thanks again for Professor Watanabe’s and Ms. Suzuki’s wonderful speeches.

Welcome Party

.13 2018 未分類 comment(0) trackback(0)
Welcome Party: Our new friend from Pakistan

Hello everyone, I’m Lee, the research student in empowerment lab.

With the sunshine in a deep autumn, the Tsukuba University campus
have become a colorful garden which reminds me of a Tagore’s verse
‘It is the tears of the earth that keep her smiles in bloom’.

After empowerment seminar on November 12th, we held an
unforgettable party to welcome our new member Amara-san
who is from Pakistan with her family and plans to finish her
PHD degree in our lab. In order to give her a warm feeling of
first time to our lab, we well-prepared every process of this
welcome party.

We were so excited even if it was so cold in the deep autumn.
Our lab members prepared a full delicious lunch for Amara-san.
We introduced ourselves one by one and everyone was enthusiastic
in having a wonderful collision of though with Amara-san in the
future’s research. We taught her how to make the Japanese rice
ball which best represented the Japanese culture.
Besides, Amara-san was so curious about the method for using
chopsticks and she was grateful for the wonderful food prepared today.
Then, we took a photo together which shows the beautiful
smile of everyone.
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After lunch, we ate the nice cake together and communicated with
each other in a happy and warm atmosphere. According to the
Japanese traditional culture, we ended this party by the way of
continuous hand-clapping. Professor Anme told us that the clapping
was the blessing of hope, happiness and healthy. So, we hope
Amara-san will enjoy the happy life with her family in
Tsukuba University and get significant academic achievement
in the future.
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