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CMF100LA(その他の複合領域 / Complex systems(Others) 100)
Fieldwork for SDGs

Mamoru ITO

Class code etc
Faculty/Graduate school ILAC Course
Attached documents
Year 2022
Class code Q0709
Previous Class code
Previous Class title
Term オータムセッション/Autumn Session
Day/Period 集中・その他
Class Type
Campus 市ヶ谷
Classroom name
Grade 法文営国環キ1~4年
Credit(s) 2
Notes ※定員30名
Open Program
Open Program (Notes)
Global Open Program
Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers
Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers (Notes)
Class taught by instructors with practical experience
Urban Design CP
Diversity CP
Learning for the Future CP
Carbon Neutral CP
Chiyoda Campus Consortium
Optional/Compulsory 選択
Category (2018~) 2017年度以降入学者
100番台 選択基盤科目
Category (2017)

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Outline (in English)

【Course outline】The purpose of this course is to develop a multifaceted eye for disaster reduction behavior and to examine ways in which university education can contribute to raising awareness of sustainable disaster reduction.
The first half of this class will be a two-day and one-night stay in a gymnasium. The purpose of this experience is to simulate a large-scale natural disaster and to allow students to experience what it is like to be a person who has difficulty returning home. Through this experience, we will inspect the problems of facilities that accept people who have difficulty returning home.
In particular, quantitative measurements (pulse rate, salivary amylase, temperature, humidity, etc.) that will contribute to the development of a health management system will be taken to examine health problems.
In the second half of this class, students will experience a desk-based training called the Kitaku Konnanshya Shisetsu Unei Game (hereinafter referred to as "KUG"). The purpose of the KUG is to develop the students' preparedness and response skills in the event that they become involved in the operation of an evacuation facility as student volunteers.
In particular, the KUG will provide experience in dealing with a variety of evacuees and problems that may arise at evacuation facilities, in cooperation with the university's faculty and staff.

【Learning Objectives】Emphasis will be placed on group work and communication skills for given tasks.
1) Able to actively participate in group activities and contribute responsibly to one's own role
(2) Able to contribute to the convergence of discussions and conclusions
3)Ability to build trusting relationships within the group by actively talking to others and being often spoken to by others
(4) To be able to explain the background of events, information, and problems related to the issue to others in a logical and easy-to-understand manner.
(5) Be able to take into consideration the opinions of others in order for the entire group to work together on the purpose and content of the issue to be solved.
(6) To be able to always consider and verify things from multiple perspectives
(7) To be able to use specialized knowledge and information in discussions on problem solving
(8) Contribute to building consensus in the group according to the schedule for achieving the task

【Learning activities outside of classroom】The "Basic Agreement on Cooperation System in the Event of a Large-Scale Natural Disaster" and "References on Temporary Shelter Facilities in the Event of a Large-Scale Natural Disaster" exchanged between Hosei University and Chiyoda Ward will be developed in advance via e-mail or Learning Support Systems. We would like you to share this information with the group as needed and spend approximately 2 hours each as preparation and review time for this class to examine the issues behind the problems to be solved in this class and future-oriented considerations.

【Grading Criteria /Policy】Evaluation will be allocated with emphasis on the process of working as a group to solve problems in this class.
1. Evaluation of teamwork, communication, leadership, facilitation, etc.: 40
2. Evaluation of the ability to think, understand, analyze, and complete the task: 30%.
3. Evaluation of group presentations and written recommendations: 30%.
 The above evaluations will avoid one-way evaluation by the instructor and will focus on mutual evaluation within the group. Specifically, a rubric will be used for this class (the rubric will be presented at the guidance).
 In other words, each of the 9 objectives will be evaluated by the group or by all students in the class. Each item will be rated on a scale of 1 to 5, with the total score used as the basis for evaluation. The final evaluation will be made by the instructor based on the aforementioned distribution of points from 1 to 3, and credit will be granted.

Default language used in class

日本語 / Japanese