Fall 2023 Semester

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Research Project 4

This week we had our final session of Research Project 4G. Students each gave a short presentation to sum up what they had learnt through their research on a topic related to “border-crossing”. The topics of the students’ research range from popular music, such as the use of multiple languages by K-POP artists and analysis

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Global Studies 4

Our classes are small, with only about 20-25 students who have less experience, knowledge and skills, but are young enough to have the potential to grow into future leaders of various organizations. Our school is supported by each unique teacher who acts as an evangelist of the qualities needed to be a leader with values,

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Applied Studies in International Development & Aid I

Each student undertook their own project of participatory development during the semester, and presented the outcomes. Due to the limitations in time and resources available, those projects had to be narrowed down in scope, while assuming their longer-term goals. For example, one project aimed at increased recognition of fair-trade products among the members of this

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Theory of International Development & Aid II

We started the new year’s class with an individual presentation to design a career that addresses glocal social issues. Each student searched and selected interesting career opportunities from UN, Japan International Cooperation Agency, diplomatic organization, NGO/NPOs and private corporations. This activity opened their minds and increased awareness that there are many opportunities to take social

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