Al-Sisi reviews efforts to implement Japanese education systems in Egypt

Cairo – Direct: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi received the Japanese experts group supervising the Egyptian-Japanese school system in Egypt, in the presence of Tarek Shawky, Minister of Education and Technical Education, and Nevin Farouk, the supervisor of the Egyptian-Japanese Schools Unit.

The Spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic stated, in a statement issued today, Tuesday, that the meeting dealt with reviewing the efforts of Japanese experts in coordination with the Ministry of Education, to establish the rules of school administration followed in Japan and to implement the Japanese education systems, “Tokatsu”, within the new system of Egyptian-Japanese schools at the level of the governorates of the Republic. .

President El-Sisi praised the great effort exerted by Japanese experts in this vital national project that comes within the framework of the state’s strategy to build the Egyptian man since its inception, by following a comprehensive educational system that balances between the academic aspect and the development of the self-ability to think and innovate, with the aim of forming Students have a balanced personality, and the upbringing of generations enjoying human and moral values ​​that qualify them for positive interaction with society.

For their part, the Japanese experts affirmed their keenness to work on consolidating the foundations of the Japanese education system in Egypt, including the process of training teachers and developing educational curricula in coordination with the Ministry of Education, while praising the seriousness they see from the Egyptian state to develop the education system according to the highest standards.

President El-Sisi discussed with the Japanese experts to get acquainted with their experience since the beginning of their work in Egypt by supervising the administration of the Egyptian-Japanese schools.

The experts explained that the periodic performance evaluations reflected the success of the stage of launching the new system and establishing the basic principles of Japanese education systems in Egyptian-Japanese schools, the philosophy of which aims to build and refine the personality of children and raise the level of their desire for learning, team work, leadership, and the acquisition of creative thinking skills and the ability to achieve goals .

The Japanese experts also praised the good level of Egyptian teachers working in the Egyptian-Japanese school system, and their ability to comprehend the concept and principles of the Japanese education system and transmit it to children in a fast time.

The Spokesman stated that the meeting witnessed a review of the various activities that are being implemented within the Egyptian-Japanese schools within the framework of the “tokatsu” system, which represents an integral component of the Japanese education system, and Egypt is the first country to adopt it in the world after Japan, as it is based on preparing an integrated approach to developing a personality. Children from infancy, and their acquisition of positive values, behaviors, skills and habits.

Tariq Shawky also presented the results of the Egyptian teachers’ missions, which are sent to Japan for direct practical training on the Japanese education system, “Tokatsu”, and to provide them with the necessary qualifications and experiences in this regard to consolidate the concepts of education, as 120 trainees have been sent from Egyptian Japanese school teachers and principals so far. And work is underway to resume missions following the decline of the Corona pandemic.
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