have a project Egyptian Japanese Schools Since its implementation in Egypt in 2016, with great interest, we present in the following report 5 important information about Egyptian-Japanese schools.
The Egyptian-Japanese Schools project is based on tokatsu activities beside the learner’s cognitive part.
There are currently 48 Egyptian-Japanese schools.
The Ministry of Education aims to increase the Egyptian-Japanese schools to 100.
Providing the necessary support for the project to ensure its success.
The essence of Japanese education lies in the integral personality of the child.
Developing morals in order to raise generations that abide by rules and laws and respect the feelings of others.
It depends on the group learning formula to develop communication skills with others.
Developing the project for the better in line with the Egyptian environment.
Cooperation between education and the supervision of JICA experts to implement a model that simulates the model of schools in Japan.
Tokatsu activities aim to comprehensively develop students’ abilities.
Tokatsu activities operate in three areas.
Academic development of students.
Develop students’ mentality, life habits and daily practices.
Developing students’ physical strength and health.
Sending Egyptian teachers to Japan for training.