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16 septembre 2022

Digital Learning in School Education Perspectives from Japan, France, and Germany

French-German Dialogue on Japan III

During the pandemic, remote learning at home suddenly became a reality for schoolchildren across the world. However, it also showed the shortcomings educational institutions still face when it comes to digitization. Despite given deficiencies and substantial backlogs in many areas, the digital transformation of learning in educational facilities on all levels is unstoppable. It will have a fundamental impact on the transfer of knowledge and on the meaning of education itself. Next to considerable technical challenges, the digitization of learning will also imply social effects. Policy makers and experts in the field of education are in charge of designing, organizing and implementing the change. The work of school directors and teachers will be significantly affected, and, of course and most of all, the pupils themselves with their individual approaches to learning. The future of our societies is at stake.

This international symposium will bring together perspectives on digital learning in school education from three countries, namely Japan, France, and Germany, in the following three areas:

  • The academic perspective: Assessing benefits and disadvantages of, in particular, social aspects of digital learning (Panel)
  • The policy maker perspective on governmental strategies: How is the digital transformation of learning and school education on all levels currently being organized and what will be developments in the near future (Roundtable)
  • The “user” perspective: Experiences and concerns in practically applying tools of digital learning (Roundtable)

As the third edition of the “French-German Dialogue on Japan”, this symposium is jointly organized by the Japanese-German Center Berlin (JDZB) and the France-Japan Foundation of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris. Conference language is English. The event will take place on site at the JDZB, Saargemünder Str. 2, 14195 Berlin.

  • 16 September 2022 | 9.00 - 16.30 (Paris time)
  • On site: Japanese-German Center Berlin, Saargemuender Str. 2, 14195 Berlin (Germany)
  • In English
  • Speakers: Kotaro Komatsu (University of Tsukuba), Pascale Haag (EHESS), Johanna Gold (Bielefeld University), Nady El-Hoyek (MESR), Sébastien Lechevalier (FFJ), Marlène Marin (Lab School Paris), Sébastian Schmidt (Neu-Ulm - Pfuhl), Werner Pascha (JDZB)
  • Co-organized with Japanese-German Center Berlin (JDZB)

17 septembre 2022

Patrimoine durable au Campus Condorcet

Journées européennes du patrimoine 2022

Samedi 17 septembre 2022, le Campus Condorcet participe aux Journées européennes du patrimoine (JEP) pour la 3e année consécutive. Au travers de visites guidées, d’ateliers créatifs pour les enfants, d’un jeu de piste et d’un pique-nique musical, point d’orgue de la journée, le Campus vous propose d’explorer la thématique de cette édition 2022 des JEP : « Patrimoine durable ». La FFJ a notamment participé à l'élaboration du jeu de piste qui propose découvrir des projets de laboratoires de recherche hébergés au Campus Condorcet, dont celui sur les Jeux Olympiques et les Villes Globales.

  • 17 septembre 2022 | 10.00 - 16.00 (Paris time)
  • On site: Campus Condorcet, Cours des Humanités, 93300 Aubervilliers (France)
  • En français
  • En collaboration avec le Campus Condorcet et ses établissements membres

22 septembre 2022

INNOVCARE - 2nd cycle of webinars

Webinar n°1

Rising life expectancy and ageing populations are a major challenge for our societies. A key issue is care for elderly people who are experiencing a loss of autonomy. While the contribution of technology in this field (especially robotics, artificial intelligence, and information and communication technology) is recognised as a solution, this contribution is also defined by certain limitations, now partly revealed by the COVID-19 crisis. Our hypothesis is that this is a structural problem related to the partial disconnect between social needs and technological solutions, itself tied to the dominant paradigm of innovation. Our project’s objective is to develop an alternative concept called care-driven innovation. Thanks to a multidisciplinary French- Japanese collaboration, we will thus analyse the policies and practices that put well-being at the centre of innovation.

  • 22 September 2022 | 9.00 - 11.00 (Paris time), 16.00 - 18.00 (Tokyo time)
  • Online
  • In English
  • Speakers: Ludovic Saint-Bauzel (Sorbonne University), Taro Sugihara (School of Environment and Society, Tokyo Institute of Technology)