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Boys and Girls Club
7:00 am Arrival: February 20 Chicago arrival JL010 7:40 7:00-11:00 Driving tour in Chicago (pancakes for breakfast; see Lakeshore Drive; lunch with Aaron) 11:00-15:00 Move to Andrews 15:00-16:00 Rest 16:00-18:00 Welcome by Dr. Alayne Thorpe - Randall Student Lounge, Buller Hall Ice Breaker activities by Christian Stuart (with Andrews Students) Self-introduction of Students and Introduction of OCU Aaron: help Yoshi with Touchnet Payments 18:00 Supper in the cafeteria
Goals of today’s activity: Warming up a)Getting to know each members b)Familiarize basic terms to be frequently used in internship c)Discover differences and similarities on the given themes between U.S. and Japan Location: Randall Student Lounge, Buller Hall Morning Session (OCU only / 9:00-12:00) Marcella Lecture on State & Local Government Introduction of Andrews University Campus Tour (Andrews University Student) Group photo at the Globe (Jessica Condon, photographer) Lunch: Andrews Cafeteria Afternoon Session 1 (13:00-13:50)(Marcella and Yoshi leading) OCU students already divided into three groups.=> Please organize Andrews Students into three groups. Group Work on Assigned topic (20 min x 3 sessions) => See the following for details (Group Work) Task 1: Compare the worksheet (HOMEWORK 1) with your partners and complete the chart. Then, highlight the terms in different colors listed above by sectors. Government sector:local government, county, national government local government , county, state-federal Government Political Sector:municipal assembly members, prefectural assembly members, provincial and federal assembly members, Private Sector:for-profit organization, non-profit organization Task 2: List the differences of the provider of each service. Does the difference affect in any way to the contents and/or quality of each service? If so, discuss the details of those differences in between U.S. and Japan. Task 3: Present the findings from group discussion. Afternoon Session 2 (14:00-14:50): Task1 - Task 3 in Case 2 Afternoon Session 3 (15:00-15:50): Task1 - Task 3 in Case 3 Afternoon Session 4 (16:00-16:30): Fix the group and internship organization 1.Boys and Girls Club - Provides after-school tutoring to help with academic success, mentoring to guide members to create good character, and programming for youth to have access to healthy lifestyles. 2.Logan Autism Learning Center - Provides resources and effective autism services to families in northern Indiana and southwest Michigan, so they, and their families, may achieve their desired quality of life. 3.Harbor House Adult Day Services - Provides a safe and inviting daytime environment where adults of all ages with memory loss and special needs can engage in meaningful and therapeutic activities. (Group Work) Task 4: Prepare presentation on own internship organization based on HOMEWORK 2 Afternoon Session 5 (16:30-17:00): Introduction of Internship How to do Job-Shadowing/worksheet
Goal of the Day: Preparation for the Internship a) Preparatory Study prior to the Internship b) Confirm effective interview skills c) Develop effective explanation skills d)Overall orientation for Internship program Daily schedule Preparation and Exercise on Job-Shadowing Exercise for filling in the worksheet Summarization after job shadowing Location: Buller Hall Randall Student Lounge Plan A: 9:00 - 9:30 Lecture from United Way Staff (Erin) ZOOM 9:30-11:00 - Daph Fenaud and guest 11:00:12:00 - Marcella and Yoshi follow up from Thursday afternoon session Plan B: 9:00-9:30 Lecture from United Way Staff 9:30-10:30 Orientation (Marcella / Yoshi / Janine???) Professional behavior What does job shadowing mean? Take student questions If students don’t have questions then we could ask the students questions (pair share): ●What are you most excited about for Monday & Tuesday? ●What concerns do you have for Monday & Tuesday? ●What did you learn about American culture last night (basketball)? ●Do you see yourself working in an organization like one that you will visit on Monday & Tuesday - and what would you contribute? ●What kind of work like this is done in Osaka/Japan and how is it done differently? 10:30:12:00 - Marcella and Yoshi follow up from Thursday afternoon session notes about Michael Nixon - Charity Garcia - she is working on an orientation - not sure how long - maybe an hour? Lunch: Cafeteria Afternoon Session 1 (13:00-13:30): (10min x 3 groups) Task 1: Presentation (Audience) Listing up three keywords. Afternoon Session 2 (13:30-14:30): Task 2 : Confirming the unfamiliar keywords listed by audience Find the definition for each keyword following the worksheet Task 3 : Select the three most important keywords from the list Discuss the concrete services and social backgrounds of selected keywords Task 4 : list questions which you need to ask staffs of the organization in internship. Hardly explained words and things in Task 2 and Task 3. Questions to practitioners arise in Task 3. Afternoon Session 4 (14:30-15:00): In response to audience, explain three keywords 15:00 Rest and/or activities with Andrews Japanese students Supper: Cafeteria
Activities (trip to Grand Rapids: Gerald Ford Museum; Art Museum) 10:00 am pick up by Aaron behind the Campus Center
Activities (trip to Chicago: Sky Deck; Michigan Ave & shopping; Ice skating) 9:00 am pick up by Aaron behind the Campus Center
Internship 1 (9:00-3:00 at each site; lunch nearby) Evening: start drafting report
Internship 2 (9:00-3:00 at each site; lunch nearby) Evening: start drafting report
Document the report on the Internship (depart campus in evening). Students create two versions of the report: Japanese and English. One report for each site (Boys and Girls Club, Logan Center, Harbor House) Students should be packed and ready to leave Location: Buller Hall Randall Student Lounge 9:00 - 12:00 Marcella facilitates (students should aim to finish by 3 pm) 9:00-11:00 AU students make English report. OCU students make Japanese report. 11:00-12:00 Compare the report to correct reports. 12:00-1:15 Lunch break: Andrews Cafeteria 1:15-3:00 Janine facilitates Finish the reports and if time, hopefully, groups check each other’s work and share with each other and revise as needed. Each group could check two other reports. (20 min each for example) Ideally: 3:00 pm they finish and go to Chicago
Free shuttle to the airport from the hotel Chicago departure AA1239 12:06 pm
Logan Autism Learning Center
7:00 am Arrival: February 20 Chicago arrival JL010 7:40 7:00-11:00 Driving tour in Chicago (pancakes for breakfast; see Lakeshore Drive; lunch with Aaron) 11:00-15:00 Move to Andrews 15:00-16:00 Rest 16:00-18:00 Welcome by Dr. Alayne Thorpe - Randall Student Lounge, Buller Hall Ice Breaker activities by Christian Stuart (with Andrews Students) Self-introduction of Students and Introduction of OCU Aaron: help Yoshi with Touchnet Payments 18:00 Supper in the cafeteria
Goals of today’s activity: Warming up a)Getting to know each members b)Familiarize basic terms to be frequently used in internship c)Discover differences and similarities on the given themes between U.S. and Japan Location: Randall Student Lounge, Buller Hall Morning Session (OCU only / 9:00-12:00) Marcella Lecture on State & Local Government Introduction of Andrews University Campus Tour (Andrews University Student) Group photo at the Globe (Jessica Condon, photographer) Lunch: Andrews Cafeteria Afternoon Session 1 (13:00-13:50)(Marcella and Yoshi leading) OCU students already divided into three groups.=> Please organize Andrews Students into three groups. Group Work on Assigned topic (20 min x 3 sessions) => See the following for details (Group Work) Task 1: Compare the worksheet (HOMEWORK 1) with your partners and complete the chart. Then, highlight the terms in different colors listed above by sectors. Government sector:local government, county, national government local government , county, state-federal Government Political Sector:municipal assembly members, prefectural assembly members, provincial and federal assembly members, Private Sector:for-profit organization, non-profit organization Task 2: List the differences of the provider of each service. Does the difference affect in any way to the contents and/or quality of each service? If so, discuss the details of those differences in between U.S. and Japan. Task 3: Present the findings from group discussion. Afternoon Session 2 (14:00-14:50): Task1 - Task 3 in Case 2 Afternoon Session 3 (15:00-15:50): Task1 - Task 3 in Case 3 Afternoon Session 4 (16:00-16:30): Fix the group and internship organization 1.Boys and Girls Club - Provides after-school tutoring to help with academic success, mentoring to guide members to create good character, and programming for youth to have access to healthy lifestyles. 2.Logan Autism Learning Center - Provides resources and effective autism services to families in northern Indiana and southwest Michigan, so they, and their families, may achieve their desired quality of life. 3.Harbor House Adult Day Services - Provides a safe and inviting daytime environment where adults of all ages with memory loss and special needs can engage in meaningful and therapeutic activities. (Group Work) Task 4: Prepare presentation on own internship organization based on HOMEWORK 2 Afternoon Session 5 (16:30-17:00): Introduction of Internship How to do Job-Shadowing/worksheet
Goal of the Day: Preparation for the Internship a) Preparatory Study prior to the Internship b) Confirm effective interview skills c) Develop effective explanation skills d)Overall orientation for Internship program Daily schedule Preparation and Exercise on Job-Shadowing Exercise for filling in the worksheet Summarization after job shadowing Location: Buller Hall Randall Student Lounge Plan A: 9:00 - 9:30 Lecture from United Way Staff (Erin) ZOOM 9:30-11:00 - Daph Fenaud and guest 11:00:12:00 - Marcella and Yoshi follow up from Thursday afternoon session Plan B: 9:00-9:30 Lecture from United Way Staff 9:30-10:30 Orientation (Marcella / Yoshi / Janine???) Professional behavior What does job shadowing mean? Take student questions If students don’t have questions then we could ask the students questions (pair share): ●What are you most excited about for Monday & Tuesday? ●What concerns do you have for Monday & Tuesday? ●What did you learn about American culture last night (basketball)? ●Do you see yourself working in an organization like one that you will visit on Monday & Tuesday - and what would you contribute? ●What kind of work like this is done in Osaka/Japan and how is it done differently? 10:30:12:00 - Marcella and Yoshi follow up from Thursday afternoon session notes about Michael Nixon - Charity Garcia - she is working on an orientation - not sure how long - maybe an hour? Lunch: Cafeteria Afternoon Session 1 (13:00-13:30): (10min x 3 groups) Task 1: Presentation (Audience) Listing up three keywords. Afternoon Session 2 (13:30-14:30): Task 2 : Confirming the unfamiliar keywords listed by audience Find the definition for each keyword following the worksheet Task 3 : Select the three most important keywords from the list Discuss the concrete services and social backgrounds of selected keywords Task 4 : list questions which you need to ask staffs of the organization in internship. Hardly explained words and things in Task 2 and Task 3. Questions to practitioners arise in Task 3. Afternoon Session 4 (14:30-15:00): In response to audience, explain three keywords 15:00 Rest and/or activities with Andrews Japanese students Supper: Cafeteria
Activities (trip to Grand Rapids: Gerald Ford Museum; Art Museum) 10:00 am pick up by Aaron behind the Campus Center
Activities (trip to Chicago: Sky Deck; Michigan Ave & shopping; Ice skating) 9:00 am pick up by Aaron behind the Campus Center
Internship 1 (9:00-3:01 at each site; lunch nearby) Evening: start drafting report
Internship 2 (9:00-3:01 at each site; lunch nearby) Evening: start drafting report
Document the report on the Internship (depart campus in evening). Students create two versions of the report: Japanese and English. One report for each site (Boys and Girls Club, Logan Center, Harbor House) Students should be packed and ready to leave Location: Buller Hall Randall Student Lounge 9:00 - 12:00 Marcella facilitates (students should aim to finish by 3 pm) 9:00-11:00 AU students make English report. OCU students make Japanese report. 11:00-12:00 Compare the report to correct reports. 12:00-1:15 Lunch break: Andrews Cafeteria 1:15-3:00 Janine facilitates Finish the reports and if time, hopefully, groups check each other’s work and share with each other and revise as needed. Each group could check two other reports. (20 min each for example) Ideally: 3:00 pm they finish and go to Chicago
Free shuttle to the airport from the hotel Chicago departure AA1239 12:06 pm
Harbor House
7:00 am Arrival: February 20 Chicago arrival JL010 7:40 7:00-11:00 Driving tour in Chicago (pancakes for breakfast; see Lakeshore Drive; lunch with Aaron) 11:00-15:00 Move to Andrews 15:00-16:00 Rest 16:00-18:00 Welcome by Dr. Alayne Thorpe - Randall Student Lounge, Buller Hall Ice Breaker activities by Christian Stuart (with Andrews Students) Self-introduction of Students and Introduction of OCU Aaron: help Yoshi with Touchnet Payments 18:00 Supper in the cafeteria
Goals of today’s activity: Warming up a)Getting to know each members b)Familiarize basic terms to be frequently used in internship c)Discover differences and similarities on the given themes between U.S. and Japan Location: Randall Student Lounge, Buller Hall Morning Session (OCU only / 9:00-12:00) Marcella Lecture on State & Local Government Introduction of Andrews University Campus Tour (Andrews University Student) Group photo at the Globe (Jessica Condon, photographer) Lunch: Andrews Cafeteria Afternoon Session 1 (13:00-13:50)(Marcella and Yoshi leading) OCU students already divided into three groups.=> Please organize Andrews Students into three groups. Group Work on Assigned topic (20 min x 3 sessions) => See the following for details (Group Work) Task 1: Compare the worksheet (HOMEWORK 1) with your partners and complete the chart. Then, highlight the terms in different colors listed above by sectors. Government sector:local government, county, national government local government , county, state-federal Government Political Sector:municipal assembly members, prefectural assembly members, provincial and federal assembly members, Private Sector:for-profit organization, non-profit organization Task 2: List the differences of the provider of each service. Does the difference affect in any way to the contents and/or quality of each service? If so, discuss the details of those differences in between U.S. and Japan. Task 3: Present the findings from group discussion. Afternoon Session 2 (14:00-14:50): Task1 - Task 3 in Case 2 Afternoon Session 3 (15:00-15:50): Task1 - Task 3 in Case 3 Afternoon Session 4 (16:00-16:30): Fix the group and internship organization 1.Boys and Girls Club - Provides after-school tutoring to help with academic success, mentoring to guide members to create good character, and programming for youth to have access to healthy lifestyles. 2.Logan Autism Learning Center - Provides resources and effective autism services to families in northern Indiana and southwest Michigan, so they, and their families, may achieve their desired quality of life. 3.Harbor House Adult Day Services - Provides a safe and inviting daytime environment where adults of all ages with memory loss and special needs can engage in meaningful and therapeutic activities. (Group Work) Task 4: Prepare presentation on own internship organization based on HOMEWORK 2 Afternoon Session 5 (16:30-17:00): Introduction of Internship How to do Job-Shadowing/worksheet
Goal of the Day: Preparation for the Internship a) Preparatory Study prior to the Internship b) Confirm effective interview skills c) Develop effective explanation skills d)Overall orientation for Internship program Daily schedule Preparation and Exercise on Job-Shadowing Exercise for filling in the worksheet Summarization after job shadowing Location: Buller Hall Randall Student Lounge Plan A: 9:00 - 9:30 Lecture from United Way Staff (Erin) ZOOM 9:30-11:00 - Daph Fenaud and guest 11:00:12:00 - Marcella and Yoshi follow up from Thursday afternoon session Plan B: 9:00-9:30 Lecture from United Way Staff 9:30-10:30 Orientation (Marcella / Yoshi / Janine???) Professional behavior What does job shadowing mean? Take student questions If students don’t have questions then we could ask the students questions (pair share): ●What are you most excited about for Monday & Tuesday? ●What concerns do you have for Monday & Tuesday? ●What did you learn about American culture last night (basketball)? ●Do you see yourself working in an organization like one that you will visit on Monday & Tuesday - and what would you contribute? ●What kind of work like this is done in Osaka/Japan and how is it done differently? 10:30:12:00 - Marcella and Yoshi follow up from Thursday afternoon session notes about Michael Nixon - Charity Garcia - she is working on an orientation - not sure how long - maybe an hour? Lunch: Cafeteria Afternoon Session 1 (13:00-13:30): (10min x 3 groups) Task 1: Presentation (Audience) Listing up three keywords. Afternoon Session 2 (13:30-14:30): Task 2 : Confirming the unfamiliar keywords listed by audience Find the definition for each keyword following the worksheet Task 3 : Select the three most important keywords from the list Discuss the concrete services and social backgrounds of selected keywords Task 4 : list questions which you need to ask staffs of the organization in internship. Hardly explained words and things in Task 2 and Task 3. Questions to practitioners arise in Task 3. Afternoon Session 4 (14:30-15:00): In response to audience, explain three keywords 15:00 Rest and/or activities with Andrews Japanese students Supper: Cafeteria
Activities (trip to Grand Rapids: Gerald Ford Museum; Art Museum) 10:00 am pick up by Aaron behind the Campus Center
Activities (trip to Chicago: Sky Deck; Michigan Ave & shopping; Ice skating) 9:00 am pick up by Aaron behind the Campus Center
Internship 1 (9:00-3:02 at each site; lunch nearby) Evening: start drafting report
Internship 2 (9:00-3:02 at each site; lunch nearby) Evening: start drafting report
Document the report on the Internship (depart campus in evening). Students create two versions of the report: Japanese and English. One report for each site (Boys and Girls Club, Logan Center, Harbor House) Students should be packed and ready to leave Location: Buller Hall Randall Student Lounge 9:00 - 12:00 Marcella facilitates (students should aim to finish by 3 pm) 9:00-11:00 AU students make English report. OCU students make Japanese report. 11:00-12:00 Compare the report to correct reports. 12:00-1:15 Lunch break: Andrews Cafeteria 1:15-3:00 Janine facilitates Finish the reports and if time, hopefully, groups check each other’s work and share with each other and revise as needed. Each group could check two other reports. (20 min each for example) Ideally: 3:00 pm they finish and go to Chicago
Free shuttle to the airport from the hotel Chicago departure AA1239 12:06 pm
2018年度 第1回 米国研修 × アンドリュース大学
日程
2019年2月20日~3月7日
参加人数
11名(大阪市立大学 6名・アンドリュース大学 5名)
研修先
①Boys and Girls Club of Benton Harvor
②Harbour House Adult Day Services
③LOGAN Autism Learning Center
活動拠点
米国アンドリュース大学

Report

シカゴ・オヘア国際空港に到着

 

ウェルカムランチ

 

with Mr. Aaron Moushon, the Director of Academic Exploration

Andrews University and Ms. Sarah

 

ウェルカムセレモニーの様子

 

Alayne Thorpe, PhD

 

Dean, School of Distance Education & International Partnerships

Dean, School of Graduate Studies

Andrews University

 

2月21日(木)1日目

7:00-9:00 大阪市大生 朝食(アンドリュース大学食堂)

@Randall Student Lounge, Buller Hall

 

今日の活動の目標:ウォーミングアップ

  1. お互いを知ろう
  2. インターシップで使用される基本的な用語を理解しよう
  3. 与えられたテーマの中で、日米間の違いや共通点を発見しよう

 

午前の部(OCUのみ 9:00-12:00)

9:00-9:30  

マルセラ先生によるレクチャー(州や地方の自治体について)

9:30-10:30 

アンドリュース大学の紹介

10:30-12:00 

アンドリュース大学学生によるキャンパスツアー

(11:30- グループで写真撮影@the Globe)

12:00- 

昼食(アンドリュース大学食堂)

 

午後の部(13:00-13:50)

与えられた議題でグループワーク(詳細は下記参照)

 

グループワーク

 

タスク1:パートナーとワークシート(HOMEWORK1)を比較し、表を完成させる。

その後、上記を部門ごとに分けて、異なる色でハイライトをかける。

 

政府部門:地方自治体、郡、中央政府
地方自治体、郡、州連邦政府
政治部門:市議会議員、県議会議員、州および連邦議会議員、
民間部門:営利団体、非営利団体

 

タスク2:それぞれのサービスの供給者の違いをリストアップする。

その違いはそれぞれのサービスの内容や品質に何らかの影響を与えますか?

もしそうであれば、日米間のそれらの違いについて議論しなさい。

 

タスク3:グループディスカッションの結果を発表する。

 

午後の部2(14:00-14:50)

タスク1

 

午後の部3(15:00-15:50)

タスク1

 

午後の部4(16:00-16:30)

〇グループとインターシップの構成を明確にする。

 

  1. Boys and Girls Club・・・学問的成功に導くような放課後の学習支援や、優れた人格を形成するための指導、若者が健康的なライフスタイルを送れるようなプログラミングを提供。
  2. Logan Autism Learning Center・・・インディアナ州北部とミシガン州南西部において、必要物資や効果的な自閉症サービスを提供する。そして、彼らが希望する生活の質を達成できるよう努める。
  3. Harbor House Adult Day Services・・・安全で快適な環境を提供し、記憶障害や特別なニーズのあるすべての年齢の成人が、有意義な治療活動に従事できるようにする。

 

  グループワーク

  タスク4:HOMEWORK2に基づいて、自身のインターシップ施設の報告を比較する

 

午後の部5(16:30-17:00)

インターシップ先の紹介

どのようにジョブシャドウイングをするか(ワークシート)

 

アンドリュース大学

 

ゲストハウス内での説明の様子(宿泊兼食事処)

 

アンドリュース大学正門

 

中島教授によるガイダンスで研修スタート!

 

ガイダンス時の様子

 

OCU学生による自己紹介と日本・大阪・大阪市立大学の紹介(おせち料理紹介のシーン)

 

アンドリュース大学参加学生による自己紹介

 

3グループに分かれて、グループワークスタート!

 

グループワークの様子

 

街での夕食の様子(@FIVE GUYS)

 

Mr. Aaron Moushon が連れて行ってくださいました。

このあとはバスケの試合観戦へ!

 

2月22日(金)2日目 

 

7:00-9:00 大阪市大生 朝食(アンドリュース大学食堂)

 

今日の活動の目標:インターシップの準備

  1. インターシップに先立って下調べをしよう
  2. 効果的なインタビュースキルを確認しよう
  3. 効果的な説明スキルを磨こう
  4. インターシッププログラム全体のオリエンテーション

 

日々のスケジュール

〇ジョブシャドウイングの準備と実行

〇ワークシート作成の練習

〇ジョブシャドウイング後のまとめ

 

午前の部:講義(OCU学生のみ)@Buller Hall Randall Student Lounge

 

9:00-9:30 

United Way(インターシップ先)のスタッフによる説明

9:30-11:00 

Daph Fenaud(アンドリュース大学学生)

11:00-12:00 

木曜午後の部のフォローアップ

12:00- 

昼食(アンドリュース大学食堂)

 

午後の部1(13:00-13:30)(10分×3グループ)

タスク1:発表

(発表者以外の学生)3つのキーワードをリストアップする

 

午後の部2(13:30-14:30)

タスク2:発表者以外の学生が挙げた不明なキーワードについて確認

ワークシートに沿って、それぞれのキーワードの定義を見つける

 

タスク3:リストから最も重要なキーワードを3つ挙げる

それらのワードの具体的なサービスと社会的背景について議論する

 

タスク4:インターンシップにおいて、施設のスタッフに尋ねる質問をリストアップする

 

〇タスク2,3において、ワードや状況を説明できてない

〇タスク3では、実施者への質問が出てくる

 

午後の部4(14:30-15:00)

発表者以外の学生に3つのキーワードを説明する

 

終了後:OCU学生夕食@食堂

 

Mr. Daph Fenaud,
a graduate student and GA for the Department of Teaching, Learning & Curriculum
アメリカ合衆国の人権問題についてのお話

 

Mr. Daph Fenaud と一緒に記念撮影

 

2月23日(土)3日目

 

予定

OCU学生の活動(グランドラピッズ訪問:美術館巡りや食事‐Gerald Ford Museum; Art Museum)

※Aaronさんがキャンパスセンターにて午前10時迎え

 

天候不良により残念ながら以上の予定をキャンセル

ゲストハウス内で学生同士の交流を深め、

夕方にはアンドリュース大学の学生と一緒に「Wild Wings」(美味しいチキンのお店)へ、夕食を食べに行きました!

 

Wild Wings にて夕食

 

夕食後には、ゲストハウス内 playing roomにて
アンドリュース大学の学生と一緒にビリヤードも楽しみました!

 

2月24日(日)4日目

OCU学生の活動(シカゴ訪問:‐展望台、ショッピング、アイススケート‐Sky Deck; Michigan Ave & shopping; Ice skating

※Aaronさんがキャンパスセンターにて午前9時迎え

 

シカゴ観光~tippecanoe place restaurant~

 

tippecanoe place restaurant にてブランチタイム

 

お洒落な tippecanoe place restaurant にて記念写真

 

studebaker national museam(車の博物館)

 

その後ショッピングモールでお買い物。
夕食には美味しいタコス屋さんへ連れて行ってくれました

 

2月25日(月)5日目

インターンシップ1(9:00-15:00@それぞれのインターンシップ先)

8:30にキャンパスセンターにて待ち合わせ

夕方:レポートの下書きに取り掛かる

 

2月26日(火)6日目

インターンシップ2(9:00-15:00@それぞれのインターンシップ先)

8:30にキャンパスセンターにて待ち合わせ

夕方:レポートの下書きに取り掛かる

 

 Logan Autism Learning Center

(自閉症学習センターでのインターンシップの様子)

 

 Harbor House Adult services

(デイケアセンターでの研修の様子)

 

Boys and Girls Club

ボーイズアンドガールズ(子供たちの学外活動の場)研修の様子

現地の子供たちとのふれあい

メモをとる河合くんに子供たちも興味津々!

 

2月27日(水)7日目

 

7:00-9:00 大阪市大生 朝食(アンドリュース大学食堂)

@Randall Student Lounge, Buller Hall

※OCU学生は荷物をまとめチェックアウト、荷物をBuller Hallに持ってくる

 

インターシップに関するレポートを文書化(午後にキャンパス出発)

 

学生は、日英2種類のレポートを作成

インターシップ先ごとに1つのレポートを作成(Boys and Girls Club, Logan Center, Harbor House)@Buller Hall Randall Student Lounge

 

9:00-12:00 レポート準備

*AU学生は英語版のレポート作成

*OCU学生は日本語版のレポート作成

11:00-12:00

レポートを正しい内容のものと比較する

 

OCU学生:12:00-13:15昼食@アンドリュース大学食堂

 

13:15-15:00

レポート作成の続き

レポートを完成させ、時間があれば、グループで他のグループの作業を確認し、お互いに共有する。必要に応じて、修正する。それぞれのグループは他の2つのグループを確認することができる。(それぞれ20分)

 

目標:15:00 レポートを完成させ、シカゴへ出発

(この日、授業があるAU学生は受講後戻ってくることができた)

 

修了式

Mr. Aaron Moushon と一緒に記念写真

 

2月28日(木)8日目

ホテルから空港へ(フリーシャトルバス)

AA1239 12:06 シカゴ発

ボストン着

 

3月1日(金)9日目

@ボストン

一般社団法人セオリー・オブ・チェンジ・ジャパン
Nonprofit GIA Theory of Change Japan (ToCJ)
代表理事 田辺 大さま による事前講習会の様子

 

ゲストハウス内の様子

 

ボストン在住の塩谷さまと一緒に記念撮影

 

3月2日(土)10日目

ハーバードビジネススクールのSocial enterprise conference(社会企業大会)
に参加した際の様子

 

 

3月3日(日)11日目

ハーバードケネディスクールのSocial enterprise conference
に参加した際の様子

 

3月4日(月)12日目

塩谷さまのご友人のお勤め先(現地の会社)へ訪問させていただきました

最後に大阪市立大学の学生で記念写真!
翌日に日本へ帰国し、研修を無事に終了しました。

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