Camp as a mode of participartory learning

  • 4. Quality education
  • 11. Sustainable cities and communities
  • 17. Partnerships for the goals
Tokyo Midtown East B1F Hall
11/23 (Sat) 16:00 - 16:15

A 'camp' is a mode of participartory learning, in that participants seek to understand the resources available and attempt to expand their capacities to organize their ideas within given situations. It is an attempt to design a place at which we can reflect upon things that are regarded as 'taken-for-granted' in our day-to-day activities. When conducting field research in a local community, it is important to deliver the result of the research back to the community members. As a way to distribute the images of the person, we organize the photos, phrases, and texts into a set of posters. I suggest that a poster is a distinct, useful media for presenting one's experiences in the field. In this Pitch session, I will reflect upon our explorations, and discuss about the findings.


  • Fumitoshi Kato

    Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies

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