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Overview of the Faculty

To educate “teaching expert” is our department’s aim
Nobuyuki Okawa, Dean of the Faculty of Human Development, Toyama University

Dean

In October 2005, with the goal of expanding the intellectual field of Teacher Training and Integrated Human Studies, the Faculty of Human Development was inaugurated along with the creation of the (new) Toyama University. This faculty was reorganized from the Faculty of Education, with the key phrase “Faculty Train Individuals who Teach People.” It further expands the training techniques that have been developed up to now, and works toward Human Development that can train persons who can create a sustainable society. Human Development is the general term for intelligence for betterment that delves deeply into the various environments that surround man. In order to create a truly rich society that is in harmony with the environment, it goes without saying that a global outlook beyond the local community is required. This area of activity encompasses a large range, including not only schools, but also businesses and the local and international community. For this reason, on-site training, in addition to education and research, is important. This faculty uses the Trinity (on-site training, education, and research) Education Program and consists of two departments, Educational Sciences and Environment and Humanity. Let’s work towards the pursuit of a future rich in the power of imagination and concept through the realization of a sustainable world and society beginning with the Faculty of Human Development, a place for students who will bear the 21st Century to learn.

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