Masao Ishimura
Director of International Cooperation Center for the Teacher Education and Training,
Professor
ISHIMURA Masao

Specialize in education system, educational administration, school management, comparative education, international cooperation in education. Detailed research fields are France, Vietnam, and French-speaking Africa (Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, etc.).

  • Giving professional advice about an educational support for Tan Son village, Bến Tre province of Vietnam, which is conducted by the volunteer group named "HeartFull Mathushige" in Matsushige-cho, Tokushima
  • In charge of Japan-China teacher education conference (co-sponsored by Beijing Normal University and other related university)
  • In charge of "Leadership Training on Improvement of Teaching Method for Science Education for Francophone countries in Africa", a short-term expert
  • In charge of "Leadership Training on Improving Mathematics Lesson Delivery"
  • Contact:maishim@naruto-u.ac.jp
Hiroaki Ozawa
Professor
OZAWA Hiroaki

Share international educational cooperation experiences, and conduct international education curriculum research & development.

Research, development, results sharing and communication about ICT education cooperation operation.

  • Project for Expansion of New Curriculum of Teacher Training Institute (IFP)
  • Improvement of Lesson Evaluation in Science for English-speaking Sub-Sahara African Countries
  • Leadership Training on Improvement of Pedagogy for Science and Mathematics Education for Francophone Countries in Africa
  • The reeducation programs for secondary math and science teachers in Mpumalanga, South African Republic
  • The counterpart training for the Ethiopia’s resident-participating basic education
  • Improvement of Quality of teaching Materials(Short-Term Training)
  • Contact:hiroaki@naruto-u.ac.jp
Miyo Akita
Professor
AKITA Miyo

Share international educational cooperation experiences, and conduct international education curriculum research & development.

  • Mathematics Education in Primary and School in Pacific Small Island States
  • Diffusion of Self-sustaining Training on Mathematics Education in Primary and Secondary School in Pacific Small Island States
  • Contact:akitam@naruto-u.ac.jp
Kiyoshi Takeda
Professor
TAKEDA Kiyoshi

Involved in international cooperation with regard to update and improvement of science and mathematics education.

  • In charge of "Strengthening Teachers' Performance and Skills of Secondary Science Education in the Kingdom of Swaziland"
  • Contact:takeda@naruto-u.ac.jp
OOYAMA Takayuki
Visiting Professor
OYAMA Takayuki

Brought on board as a visiting professor in alliance with JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency), in order to advance international cooperation on issues of teacher education and training.

  • Practical knowledge about international cooperation (mostly in the field of Economic Development of Eastern & Central Asian region), credit risk management for governmental loan, and health risk management for international travel.
  • Having a lot of foreign experience (for 1 year in Taiwan, 2 years in Hong Kong, 3 years in Beijing, and 4 years in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan)
  • Contact:tooyama@naruto-u.ac.jp
Hiroki Ishizaka
Associate Professor
ISHIZAKA Hiroki

Share international education cooperation experiences, and conduct international education curriculum research & development.

Share and disseminate the study results on educational policy and international development issues in developing countries.

  • Project for Expansion of New Curriculum of Teacher Training Institute (IFP)
  • Improvement of Quality of teaching Materials(Short-Term Training)
  • Improvement of teaching methodology of IFPs on In-service education and training in Mozambique
  • Project of Capacity Building of professors of Mathematics and Science for primary and secondary education
  • Mathematics Education in Primary and School in Pacific Small Island States
  • Diffusion of Self-sustaining Training on Mathematics Education in Primary and Secondary School in Pacific Small Island States
  • INSET Management Adviser in Sierra Leone
  • Expert for Joint Final Evaluation on the PROMECA in Bolivia
  • Contact:hishizaka@naruto-u.ac.jp
Daiki Tanaka
Associate Professor
TANAKA Daiki

Specialize in Japanese linguistics and Japanese language education. Recently, mainly doing development research in Japanese verbs reference book for Japanese learners.

  • Program coordinator for international students
  • Contact:dtanaka@naruto-u.ac.jp
Kazuyuki Tamura
Associate Professor
TAMURA Kazuyuki

Share international educational cooperation experiences, and conduct international education curriculum research & development.

  • Improvement of Lesson Evaluation in Science for English-speaking Sub-Sahara African Countries
  • Leadership Training on Improvement of Pedagogy for Science and Mathematics Education for Francophone Countries in Africa
  • Improvement of Quality of teaching Materials(Short-Term Training)
  • Co-development of Math & Science Curriculum in Laos
  • Development of Teacher Guide with respect to Life Skill for pre-service training in Myanmar
  • Contact:ktamura@naruto-u.ac.jp
Toru Hayata
Associate Professor
HAYATA Toru

Share international educational cooperation experiences, and conduct international didactical engineering and epistemology in mathematics education.

  • Contact:thayata@naruto-u.ac.jp
Kensuke Chikamori
Associate Professor
HIROTA Tomoko

Specialize in Japanese language education and Japanese education method.

Mainly conduct development and research of teaching materials targeted at beginner learner which adopt tanka to develop beat sense.

  • Program coordinator for international students
  • Contact:thirota@naruto-u.ac.jp
Mayumi Miyabe
Associate Professor
MIYABE Mayumi

Specialize in Japanese linguistics and Japanese language education. Work on Japanese education for youth who is a non-native speaker of Japanese.

  • Contact:mmiyabe@naruto-u.ac.jp
Satoshi Kusaka
Lecturer
KUSAKA Satoshi

Research on sociocultural aspects of mathematics curriculum, and theory and strategy for cultivating children in a developing country.

  • Contact:skusaka@naruto-u.ac.jp