みんなのトークルーム #1

◆「みんなのトークルーム」の目指すもの
中高生と大学生・社会人、そして地域を繋ぐサード・プレイス(第三の居場所)。学校でも塾でもない、中高生のための自由な「学び」と「対話」の場、それが「みんなのトークルーム」。私たちが目指すのは3つのBeyondです。
 Beyond school 学校を超えた交流
 Beyond age 年齢を超えた交流
 Beyond borders 国境を超えた交流
学校という物理的な壁、中高生という同年齢集団の枠、そして日本という国境の縛り。そうした境界線(boundary)を超えた向こう側に、より自由で広い、より主体的・対話的で、より深い学びと体験があなたを待っています。私たちはそのお手伝いをします。

◆今後の対話予定
College Hour:いろんな大学の先輩と学問・進路について対話する(学ぶイメージの具体化)
おしごとHour:いろんな職業の大人と対話する(働くイメージの具体化)
探求Hour:SDGsなど世界の課題や、自分が興味のあることなどについて対話する(好きを深める、世界を広げる)
English Hour:英語で頑張って話してみる、ときにはディベートなど(英語力を磨く)
お悩み相談Hour:悩みや相談ごとを皆で話し合う
経営Hour:経営者から経営戦略やマーケティングなど実践的な話を聞き対話する(事業経営のイメージを具体的に持つ)
哲学Hour:いろんなテーマで深く哲学的な対話をする(自分と向き合う)
読書Hour:オンラインブックトークで1冊の本を素材に語り合う(新しい世界を知る)
おしゃべりHour:その他何でも中高生が話したいことを自由に話し合う

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