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Project-Based Learning Workshop: Hakuba International School

March 23 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm JST

In coordination with Hakuba International School, we’ll be hosting an exclusive, interactive event where students grades 6-8 will dive into the exciting world of project-based learning! This is a perfect opportunity for parents to engage with Hakuba International School’s unique educational methods. Parents will be encouraged to participate throughout the event, enjoying tailored activities that showcase their one-of-a-kind approach to learning. Following these immersive experiences, we’ll host a Q&A session designed to answer all your questions and ignite your enthusiasm.


  • Saturday, March 23 at 10 AM (JST)


  • Tokyo Academics Nishi Azabu Center (6F)


  • David Kenney, Admissions Director of Hakuba International School

Workshop Schedule

(subject to change based on number of participants)

  • 10:00am – Introduction
  • 10:05am – Clay Modeling Activity: Create a Personal Model
  • 10:20pm – Launch Project: The Playborhood! Design a Happy City
  • 10:30am – Project Briefing: Design Thinking
  • 10:50am – Interview Briefing
  • 11:00am – Parent Discussion
  • 11:30am – Design Briefing: Blueprint Creation
  • 11:35am – Design the Playborhood!
  • 12:20pm – Student Presentations
  • 12:30pm – End

Why Hakuba International School?


The Human Flourishing Curriculum is an evolving design using research and ideas from the Compassionate Systems Framework at MIT, the Center for Healthy Minds, the World Economic Forum, and others.

Project-Based Learning

HIS believes in organizing learning around real-world, collaborative projects to make the academic experiences more engaging and more effective.

Language Learning

Language acquisition is an essential element for students to connect, engage, and thrive in their lives and learning. As multicultural interactions are embedded in HIS’s core beliefs and values, they believe that both multilingualism and a global outlook are key to student success.


March 23
10:00 am - 12:30 pm JST


Tokyo Academics – Nishiazabu 6F
Japan, 〒106-0031 Tokyo, Minato City, Nishiazabu, 3 Chome−24−17 西麻布広瀬ビル + Google Map