The Society for Intercultural Education, Training, And Research:

The Contrast Culture Method: A Training Workshop

Date: Friday, May 5th, 2017 Time: 1:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Speaker: Facilitators

The Contrast Cultre Method is an intercultural training approach which can be effectively used in many different contexts (classrooms, businesses, teacher training, etc.) It is a collaborative process where the goal is to raise awareness of cultural and value differences that can affect our decisions and behavior. The main focus is role plays, with one trained actor, and the other person playing her/himself. The actor reacts to the other role player in a way that highlights the contrasts between them, hence the name. A facilitator then takes the group through questioning, discussion and reflection. The group process is essential for experiential learning.

  • Day one (May 5): 13-00-17:00 & 19:00-21:00 General introduction and participation in an intensive CCM training session. Where and how CCM can be applied.
  • Day two (May 6): 9:00-17:00 Learning to become a trainer, preparing and carrying out a workshop.
  • Day three (May 7): 9:00-12:00 Intensive training to become a CCM trainer.

Please contact Donna Fujimoto, fujimotodonna AT gmail DOT com by April 21st for an application form.

Organization: The Society for Intercultural Education, Training, And Research

Cost: One day, 4000 yen, two days 6000 yen, three days 8000 yen

Venue: Nanzan Gakuen Research Center, Nagoya

Location: Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan


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Phone (work): 03-5389-6239