“Japan has to take part in worldwide interactions and learn more from other countries to see how our country can feel confident about where we should go.” – Japan | daily edventures:
Technology is coming to Japanese classrooms, much as it is around the world. But is hasn’t necessarily been easy to overcome traditional views on education. “The outcomes harvested from the new technologies we have used are so innovative in our country,” says Takayuki Mineshima. “We believe this will contribute to the skills our children will need to live in the new age. Fortunately, internationalization has fostered the potential of ICT and attracted attention from other countries so that educators can communicate and work together to make it better.” Here, Mineshima shares his hopes for technology in transforming Japanese education.