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[Event Report] International Conference “ASIA PACIFIC CONFERENCE ON CURRICULUM STUDIES AND INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNING (APCCSID) 2022” Held at Hiroshima University

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About the conference

ASIA PACIFIC CONFERENCE ON CURRICULUM STUDIES AND INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNING (APCCSID) 2022, a three-day international conference, was held at Hiroshima University by the Asia Pacific Research Association on Curriculum Studies, Inc. (APRACSI) with the local organizer (local host), Professor Takuya Baba of the International Educational Development Program, Graduate School of Human and Social Sciences, Hiroshima University.

This international conference was first held in the Philippines in 2017 and is an annual event. This year it was the 6th in the series and was held with a combination of face-to-face and online participation. The theme of this year's conference was "Curriculum Studies in the Post-Pandemic Era Toward Education Transformation for Sustainable Development." Although the conference was named "Asia," participants came from not only Asia but also other regions, including Europe and the United States.

Website: https://apracsi.org/apccsid-2022/

Prof. Shinichi Kobayashi, Dean of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, gave an opening speech, and Prof. Seiji Fukasawa, President of the Japan Curriculum Research and Development Association (JCRDA), which co-hosted the conference, gave a closing speech. They have given full support to the realization of this conference.

Opening speech by Prof. Shinichi Kobayashi, Dean of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Dates and Venues

[Day 1] October 28 (Fri), 8:00 am - 5:05 pm
Location: Reception Holl of Faculty Club/ International Cooperation (IDEC) Building, Hiroshima University

[Day 2] October 29 (Sat), 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Location: International Cooperation (IDEC) Building, Hiroshima University

[Day 3] October 30 (Sun) 8:00 am - 4:20 pm
Location: International Cooperative (IDEC) Building, Hiroshima University

Attendees

More than 60 people participated face-to-face. There were overseas attendees from the University of the Philippines, the University of Malaya, Chulalongkorn University, the University of Sydney, UNESCO-IBE, and other organizations. Those from Hiroshima University and Naruto University of Education were also present. In addition, more than 90 people participated online, contributing to a lively hybrid discussion.

The group photo is not of all the participants but mainly those involved in organizing and hosting this conference, keynote speakers, and others who cooperated with us. We appreciate their cooperation.

Group photo

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