Understanding modern day students –Their progress and complains based on cases from the Counseling
Date and time
2019.06.20 (Thu) （17:15-18:45）
Hokkaido University Multimedia Education Building, 3rd Floor, Studio type Seminar Room
Dr. Choichiro SAITO (Associate Professor, Student Advice and Counseling Center, Hokkaido University)
Those who are belonging to higher education facilities (including part-time staff)
80 participants (on a first come first served basis)
Graduate students cannot participate.
In addition to the declining birth rate in recent years, diversification of students is expected in the future. It includes things such as internationalization and entrance examination reform. In such circumstances, students are facing many problems such as developmental disorder, gender disparity, job hunting, repeaters (a long-stay students), withdrawal from school, etc.
On the other hand, if we can figure out these problems according to the individuality of each student, we can display the natural ability of students. We will think about what students are worried about, what kind of things they need to advance forward, with practical examples from the student counseling room.
We will talk about what the faculty and staff should of university should understand, to deal with diversified students in and outside the class.