What is “DREAM CLASS”
Timetable of “Dream Classes”
“GAME” session first half : 35minutes（GYMNASIUM)
①Introduction of Dream Teacher
②Fun activities＜individual game＞
③Fun activities＜team work game＞ And summary.
*Activities do not include teaching actual techniques of sports.
“TALK” session Second half : 55minutes (Classroom)
①Dream Teacher discusses how he/she overcame hardships and talks about the importance of having a dream.
②Students take time to write down their dream on the Dream Sheet. (Some are asked to present their dream to class.)
③Concludes with a photo session
“Dream Sheets” – an aid to visualize dreams
- After the Dream Teacher’s presentation, the students are requested to write down their own dream as well as other comments on a feedback report form called the “Dream Sheet”. (① - ③)
- These sheets will be collected and sent to the Dream Teacher after class so that he/she can review every student’s comment. The Teacher then writes his/her feedback. (④)
- The Dream Sheet will be sent back to each student with a photo. (⑤)
①Student’s own dreams
②Process to achieve their dreams
③Feedback & questions to the Dream Teacher
④Comments from the Dream Teacher to each student
⑤Photo with Dream Teacher & autograph
Framework of JFA “KOKORO” PROJECT
“Dream Classes” is not concluded in a day.
The management of the Classes includes a communication between Project staff and school, local government and Dream Teachers before and after actually operating each class.
To maintain the quality of the Classes, it is operated under the framework of “JFA KOKORO (HEART) PROJECT METHOD” of which procedure consists of;
1) Analyse questionnaires from children and from school teachers.
2) Look through all Dream Sheets from children to know how did the Classes affect to their mind.
3) After analysing the database, Project staff feeds back to Dream Teachers to improve their Dream Class in the next occasion.