Innovative Learning Creation Studies

Staffs

  • KURITA Kayoko
    Project Professor
    KURITA Kayoko

    Born in Mie, Japan, in 1970. Received the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees, in Education from the University of Tokyo, in 1993, 1995, 2002, respectively. After working as a visiting scholar at Carnegie Mellon University, National Institution for Academic Degree and University Evaluation, and Center for Research and Development of Higher Education at the University of Tokyo, joined to the current concurrent position. My research themes are quality assurance of higher education, especially educational development. Interested in the development and evaluation of programs of educational development for professors and graduate students. Aiming to contribute to the improvement of the quality of education by exploring the methodology to foster the people who teach.

  • HACHISUKA Satori
    Project Lecturer
    HACHISUKA Satori

    Born in Kanagawa, Japan, in 1979. Received the B.S. degree in Environment and Information Studies from Keio University in 2002, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Human and Engineered Environmental Studies from The University of Tokyo in 2004 and 2007, respectively. Worked for DENSO CORPORATION from 2007 to 2018. In 2019, joined The University of Tokyo as an Assistant Professor. Research interests are the areas of ergonomics (human factors) and human interface.
    Aiming to realize a safe, secure, comfortable and inclusive society by clarifying the mechanism of “Learning” from human characteristics.

Realizing an inclusive society by clarifying the mechanism of “Learning”

In this course, we will create an innovative “Learning” aiming to realize an inclusive society where everyone can play active roles in the super smart society (Society 5.0). We will also establish a methodology for developing diverse human resources and explore sharing methods with novel evaluation axes by clarifying the mechanism of human “Learning”. Specifically, we will systematize methods for sensing human physiological and psychological condition, effective feedback methods for learning, and multiple evaluation methods by focusing on human “Learning”.
Our research areas are based on knowledge of ergonomics (human factors), pedagogics, human interface, and technologies of signal processing, AI, XR and more. Our goal is to combine those knowledge and technologies to develop human-centered learning system. In addition, this course features efficient and speedy research suitable for real world by cooperation with Nagase Brothers Inc.

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Clarifying the mechanism of a human “Learning”
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Research for learning place and opportunity creation