講義・ゼミ

持続的開発と統合的マネジメント

  • 山口しのぶ、高田潤一
  • 1Q
  • 月曜日 13:20-14:50
  • 石川台4号棟、B04-05
  • This course aims at introducing various approaches to sustainable development. The first half of the course looks at major theories of international development and how they are applied in practical situations. The latter part will take a close look at on-going development projects in selected countries with implication of role of engineering (and engineers). The students are expected to participate in discussion and analyze the project from engineering point of view within the context of “sustainable Development” Then the course will be followed by the field trip to the development project site, possibly for conducting feasibility studies. The students are responsible to prepare, to contribute, and to express own opinions and ideas. This means, the students’ participation in classroom makes a difference.

ケースメソッド:国際開発と人的資源

  • 山口しのぶ、高田潤一
  • 2Q
  • 月曜日 13:20-14:50
  • 石川台4号棟、B04-05
  • This course aims at introducing practical approaches to development projects. Traditional teaching in the classroom based on lectures and exams, often do not address the need for practical, problem-solving skills. The important and crucial ability for effective project management is the ability to think, analyze, discuss, and develop solutions to problems as professionals may encounter in the field. The case method is an effective approach to strengthening these skills.

Joint Reading Seminar

  • 山口しのぶ、高田潤一
  • 月曜日 10:00 – 12:30
  • 石川台、学術国際情報センター国際棟2F 208号室
  • This seminar aims at active discussion and presentation of the participants based on solid academic and practical readings.  In each session, students are requested to summarize assigned readings and come up with the discussion questions.  Discussion questions have to be distributed to the other students in advance.  The volume of reading and appropriate additional materials are reviewed by the professors depending on the progress of the seminar.  It is recommended that the students read the articles in advance and discuss with their colleagues.  During the seminar, students are welcome to post questions and share opinions for discuss with professors.
  • Autumn Semester in 2009: EFA Global Monitoring Report 2009 Overcoming inequality: why governance matters
  • Spring Semester in 2010: World Development Report 2010:Development and Climate Change

TIME’s Reading Seminar

  • ゼミ
  • 毎週金曜日 09:00 – 10:30
  • 石川台地区 学術国際情報センター国際棟2F 208号室
  • 教材: タイムマガジン/ エコノミスト/ ナショナルジオグラフィック/ etc.
  • TIME reading seminar is Yamaguchi Lab’s weekly seminar. This seminar aims at expanding our global awareness. We always need to know what is happening in the world at the moment as an international person. Every week students pick one article from TIME magazine or magazine in English and prepare 10-15 minutes presentation.
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