Global Education

Global Education

Building global connections and sharing ideas across borders

This project researches on designing global co-learning experiences using digital technologies in order to realize compatible society. Nowadays the relationship among different countries needs to be stronger, since the social issues are becoming multilateral and more complicated. We address those challenges from the education perspective with digital tools and distance communication. Education changes people’s lives and then people change the world. We learn from others around the world throughout our lives, and technology is changing how we teach and learn across borders. The Global Education Project designs and create new styles of learning and education to empower learners of any age to solve issues in the global society.


Keiko Okawa


  1. 1. Global Kids Eclipse

    This event offered a broadcasting of solar eclipse in July 2009 to share science knowledge and feeling global for approximately 500 elementary school students in 8 countries.

  2. 2. Global Theater

    “Global Theater” explored new formats for live performing arts. In 2009 and 2010, we connected audience and theaters over the Internet and created an unique environment to share live performances throughout Asia.

  3. 3. AGORAsia Youth

    AGORAsia Youth aims to provide a global co-learning experience for younger generations in Asia. In the first edition, high school students in Japan, Korea and Myanmar discussed and reflected about energy and sustainability.

  4. 4. Global Kindergarten

    The goal of this project is to nurture the sense and values of diversity among kindergarteners. Kids in Japan, France and Germany play and sing together, experiencing interaction supported by ICT and distance communication tools.