福島先生からのブログからの引用です。

 

来る12月18日、福山英数学館高校で国際バカロレアのシンポジウムが開催されます。
眞砂前校長、またダッタ先生などが講演をなさいます。
ボクは白黒の面の下の方にありますが、一般向けに、プレIB授業見学てぇことで、日英バイリンガルでのTheory of Knowledge Prepの授業を公開することになっています(笑) 眞砂先生やダッタ先生ほど有名ではないので、その他大勢です。
トピックはWays of KnowingのEmotion
ただし、これ、日英ちゃんぽんで行うTOKの準備のための授業、についてはワシ、日本の第一人者だよ、こんな授業やっている人は日本で1人だけだって理由だけれどね(笑)

 

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