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新井 優 札幌新陽高等学校 校長

Andy Hargreaves Visiting Professor at the University of Ottawa(オタワ大学 客員教授)Research Professor in the Lynch School of Education at Boston College(ボストンカレッジ Lynch School of Education 特任教授) 詳細

Andy Hargreaves is Research Professor in the Lynch School of Education at Boston College and holds Visiting Professorships at Hong Kong University, the University of Ottawa, and the University of Stavanger in Norway. He is President of the International Congress of School Effectiveness and Improvement, Founding Editor – in – Chief of the Journal of Professional Capital and Community, Adviser in Education to the Premier of Ontario and the First Minister of Scotland, and founder of the Atlantic Rim Collaboratory (ARC): a group of 9 nations committed to broadly defined excellence, equity, wellbeing, inclusion, democracy and human rights

Andy has consulted with the OECD, the World Bank, governments, universities and teacher unions worldwide. Andy’s more than 30 books have attracted multiple Outstanding Writing Awards – including the prestigious 2015 Grawemeyer Award in Education for Professional Capital (with Michael Fullan). He has been honored with the 2016 Horace Mann Award in the US and the Robert Owen Award in Scotland for services to public education. Andy has been ranked by Education Week in the top 10 scholars with most influence on US education policy debate. In 2015, Boston College gave him its Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award. He holds Honorary Doctorates from the Education University of Hong Kong and the University of Uppsala in Sweden. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

堀井 秀之 一般社団法人 日本社会イノベーションセンター 代表理事

Dr. Anthony Jackson Vice President for Education at Asia Society (アジアソサエティ教育次長)  詳細

Phil Lambert  Director, Phil Lambert Consulting Pty. Ltd.

LEE Kim Eng Christine  Associate Professor, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, National Institute of Education (NIE) Singapore (シンガポール国立教育研究所 カリキュラム・教授・学習部門 准教授)
Founder member of the World Association of Lesson Studies (WALS) and President from 2011 to 2016. (世界授業学会 創設者&代表(2011年から2016年)) 詳細

無藤 隆 白梅学園女子大学 特任教授

Andreas Schleicher  Director for the Directorate of Education and Skills, OECD (OECD教育スキル局 局長) 詳細

白水 始 東京大学 高大接続研究開発センター 教授 

Namji Steinemann is Director of the East-West Center’s Asia Pacific Education Program for Schools (APEPS), which offers global learning and exchange opportunities for teachers and students in schools across the United States and in the Asia Pacific region.

Prior to joining the East-West Center, Ms. Steinemann was Vice President of Education at the Asia Society, a New York-headquartered nonprofit that works to foster global understanding of Asia. A recognized leader in Asian Studies outreach and global education, and a pioneer in using the Web to deliver Asia-related content for elementary and secondary (K-12) schools, she developed the Asia Society’s award-winning AskAsia website, whose launch in 1997 was featured in the New York Times. Ms. Steinemann has produced acclaimed multimedia curriculum materials exploring such topics as the Silk Roads and World War II in Southeast Asia, as well as instructional videos on Japan and Korea, including an award-winning Tune in Japan video series. She also spearheaded the landmark development of the ASEAN Curriculum Sourcebook for the Association for Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which commissioned the Sourcebook to be used in school systems throughout Southeast Asia, and IUCN Youth Voices, an online learning platform developed in partnership with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to inform, inspire, excite, and empower young people to learn about nature as well as take action to support its conservation. A longtime executive board member of the Hawaii affiliate of ASCD, an organization that promotes best practices in teacher professional development, capacity building, and educational leadership, Ms. Steinemann also sits on the editorial board of Education About Asia, a teaching journal published by the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) and has previously led the AAS Committee on Teaching about Asia as its elected chair. Before her 14-year tenure at the Asia Society, she spent two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer, teaching English at a secondary school in Thailand. Ms. Steinemann has a B.A. in Art History and a Graduate Certificate in Education/Studies of Asia. In addition to being fluent in English and in spoken Korean, she has a good command of written Korean, French (both spoken and written), and spoken Thai as well as some knowledge of written Thai.

芳川 恒志 東京大学 政策ビジョンセンター 教授