Creating Educational Material Project
Create educational opportunities for everyone
in the world!!
To create the environment where every student can study with fun.
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Shuji Matsuoka, born in 1979, in a rural area known as Hyogo, Japan. This period gave him a great inspiration to create new kinds of teaching materials without any digital devices and stationeries for Cambodian students studying in the rural area in 2009. Moreover, he realized that although many students study hard, many of them will end up working under the control of foreigners as cheap labor due to their educational quality. If they had the opportunity to understand fundamentally, their life would have become quite different. Fortunately, the terrible situation granted him various perspectives and made him find the solution by creating new teaching materials. In his upcoming TEDx Talk, Mr. Shuji Matsuoka will show you the challenges which have been made to change the world dramatically by his ideas and passion which based on his vision to create new teaching materials. He believes his innovation is innovative, but it is not destructive, for it is a peaceful innovation.
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This newspapers shows us opening ceremony of machine training center at Kayin State in Myanmar on 27/DEC/2018. This training center has been invasted by Mr. TAMASATO, President of J THINK MYANMAR Co. LTD, and coorprated with U Kyi Tun, President of TRUST & GAIN Co., LTD. When Mr. TAMASATO started criating J THINK MYANMAR as a new company in Myanmar, I introduced him to U Kyi Tun.
Then Mr. TAMASATO decided to be sponsor for my research program and criating new educational mateirals in Myanmar as social contribution since May of 2018.
Finaly we have succeed to establish J THINK MYANMAR Co., LTD and open the training center at Kayin State in Myanmar.
Moreover, Chief Minister of Kayin State joined to the opening ceremony.
Fortunatery we could introduced the new educational materials to Chief Minister of Kayin State.
*This event has been organized by grade 5 students, Kansai University, Elementary School. They have studied Cambodian culture for two years.
To success this event, they started a big challenge to communicate with Cambodian students who study at public primary schooi in Siem Reap Province via Skype under supervising of Teacher, Yoshiki ISHII.
Accroding to teacher, ISHII, they could success the event!!!
After the event, some of students said, "Although the event has been finished, I want to continue communication with our friends at Khnar Primary School in Cambodia".
The comment has proved that their passion crossed over the sea and connect students between Cambodia and Japan.
Moreover, I got information from Teacher, ISHII that a lot of student were intereted in my educational material, "Geography and Math" and played with the material.
*Kansai University, Elementary School (Website): http://www.kansai-u.ac.jp/elementary/english/index.html?fbclid=IwAR120ndp1F9gOMYbvLOKAIO40cuSHgY1KKdmvLwCKF2WW3HqrTcb1XV6toA
*This program has been organized by Meisei University, Prof. Satoko MORI as a part of her field work program, and has been considered in 2014, and established since 2015. Refer to the URL: https://www.sensei-gem.com/2-science
Although this program used to be held in Siem Reap Province, but this year, it was held in Battambang Province. It was first time to hold science program at Battambang Province, so it seemed difficult to do.
But this program has succeed, because of full support and commitment by management team and volunteer students of PAÑÑĀSĀSTRA UNIVERSITY OF CAMBODIA, Battambang (PUCBB).
*Collaborated with PAÑÑĀSĀSTRA UNIVERSITY OF CAMBODIA, Battambang (PUCBB)
-FB (PUCBB): https://www.facebook.com/puc.btb/
*Fresh News treats and introduces my challenges in Cambodia since 2009.
Especially creating teaching materials which based on my research programs in Cambodia since 2009 🇰🇭 and Myanmar since 2018 🇲
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