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    Micro- and Macro-credential in Value-Creating Education for Global Citizenship Certificate Program

    This complementary series of courses will introduce you to the educational philosophies and practices of Japanese educators, Daisaku Ikeda, Tsunesaburo Makiguchi and Josei Toda. Their human-centered, value-creating approaches focus on fostering socially self-actualized individuals who lead contributive lives in local and global communities.

    For an introduction, you can take the four courses of the Microcrential. It consists of the following:
    • Tsunesaburo Makiguchi's Educational Philosophy and Practice (2)
    • Josei Toda's Educational Philosophy and Practice
    • Daisaku Ikeda's Educational Philosophy and Practice (1): Major Education Writings
    • Ikeda/Soka Studies in Education

    These highlight key concepts, themes and practices from Ikeda, Makiguchi and Toda, such as value creation and global citizenship.

    The Macrocredential builds on this foundation with explorations into additional core themes in the field of Ikeka/Soka studies in education, such as dialogue, communities studies, human geography, and research and scholarship in the field. The courses in the Macrocredential are:
    • Tsunesaburo Makiguchi's Educational Philosophy and Practice (1)
    • Tsunesaburo Makiguchi's Educational Philosophy and Practice (2)
    • Josei Toda's Educational Philosophy and Practice
    • Daisaku Ikeda's Educational Philosophy and Practice (1): Major Education Writings
    • Daisaku Ikeda's Educational Philosophy and Practice (2): Dialogues
    • Education for Global Citizenship
    • Ikeda/Soka Studies in Education
       

    Courses in this Program
    Who Should Attend

    Educators and others interested in the concept and practice of value-creating education for global citizenship.

    Benefits

    • Learn the history, substance and practice of value-creating approaches.
    • Learn to develop the ethic and identity of global citizenship in oneself and others.

    For More Information, Contact:

    Jason Goulah

    Email: JGOULAH@depaul.edu
    Phone: +1 773-325-2076


    Upcoming Class Offerings

    Tsunesaburo Makiguchi's Educational Philosophy and Practice (2)

    Dates: 1/2/2023 - 3/19/2023
    Time: -
    Location: Online
    Cost: $1,200.00
    Registration Deadline: 01/2/2023 - a $75 late fee will be assessed after this date for late registrations
    Final Deadline: 01/8/2023
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