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Oct. 25 Information on “Information” class support seminar for school teachers

The University has held seminars to support high school teachers.Based on these achievements, the following programs were adopted this year as well as last year as a training program for improving the teaching skills of math and science teachers of the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).Therefore, the “Information” class support seminar will be held as follows.Please join us.I would appreciate it if you could let me know your interested teachers.

name
"Modeling and Simulation" and "Multimedia Application" Training 6th
(Germany) Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) SPP / Mathematics Teacher Training Program
Training to improve leadership on "modeling and simulation" and "multimedia utilization"
Reference number KD094003
Date
October 25, 2009 (Sun)
14: 00-18: 00 (Reception starts at 13:00)
Venue
The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics Kyoto Station Satellite
Sponsor
Kyoto Information Graduate University
Target
High school mathematics and information teachers
Capacity
40 (first-come-first-served basis)
Entry fee
free
Content
(1) Chaos and predictability
Lecturer: Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University Professor Toshi Sakai
Abstract: Computer simulation is an effective method for predicting changes in the global environment.However, if the model that is the premise is not established, it may be a practice of calculation.In order to establish a model, it is necessary to place more emphasis on actual measurement.
Here are a few examples of chaos that can produce completely different results with a slight difference in the initial state and are unpredictable.
(2) Multimedia network programming using Dolittle
Instructor: Kyoto Information Graduate University Professor Shozo Naito
Abstract: “Information Science” in the subject “Information” in the new course of study starting from 2013 focuses on understanding the network mechanism.Therefore, following last year, this time, we will create a chat system as an example of network programming using the Japanese programming language “Dolittle”.
While comparing the network mechanism with the explanation in the current textbook, explain the OSI reference model, IP address, etc., and create a chat system in a practical form.
The creation of a chat system is surprisingly easy because it has been very popular in the “information” class at our university and high school so far, and it is created by “Dolittle”.

[References]
Kanesune Susumu, Kuno Satoshi "Programming with Dolittle" (e-text, 2007) Especially Part5
This book cannot be purchased on amazon.
Sponsorship
Kyoto Prefectural Board of Education
Kyoto City Board of Education
Osaka Prefectural Board of Education
Osaka Prefecture
Osaka City Board of Education
Hyogo Prefectural Board of Education
Kobe City Board of Education, Hyogo Prefecture
Shiga Prefectural Board of Education
Nara Prefectural Board of Education (planned)
Wakayama Prefectural Board of Education
Reference site
"Information" class support seminar for school teachers "Modeling and simulation" and "Multimedia utilization" 5th
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