This page lists materials that may be useful for daily classes and training. The list of items at the university includes resources that may be useful to teachers for their classes.
At the universities, many researchers are studying various subjects to make the future society more livable and to enable people to make wiser judgments than before. They are working to produce new information. Information on recently solved problems may offer hints for helping teachers find answers. For unsolved problems, it may be helpful to learn about the ways that professional researchers have attempted to solve similar problems.
Traveling classes, lecture meetings, and excursions held by the University of Tokyo for elementary, junior high, and high schools
Here is information about traveling classes and excursions that teaching staff and faculties of the University of Tokyo, related organizations, and students have held for students, teachers, and PTAs of elementary, junior high, and high schools. Interested individuals should contact the liaison office indicated on the list regarding the details of each project and requests for reservations.
Teaching materials prepared by the University of Tokyo for elementary, junior high, and high schools
Here is information about the teaching materials that the teaching staff and faculties of the University of Tokyo, related organizations, and students have developed and prepared for students, teachers, and PTAs of elementary, junior high, and high schools. Media include books, DVDs, and materials on the Web. The liaison office indicated on the list should be contacted regarding the details of the teaching materials and consultation for their use.
Here is a list of videos that can be published, including those of science overview lectures, open lectures, and Friday lectures for high school students that are held at the University of Tokyo. Videos are retrievable in the order of series, in the alphabetic order of lecture titles, and in the alphabetic order of lecturers.
The mathematics textbooks for high schools published by Sanseido have been fully evaluated by teachers of high schools, teachers who research mathematics education, teaching staff of universities, mathematics education researchers, and some high school students. These textbooks, which were discontinued, are now available in electronic form for non-profit purposes.
The UT-eTEXT (an ideal textbook) is a further developed version of the disclosure of knowledge of our university, as promoted by UT OpenCourseWare. This textbook enables students to learn by accessing lecture data, written content of lectures, and further reference data and related information while listening to the lecturer. It is currently available on a trial base. Teaching materials are provided mainly on the theme of science overview lectures, which are considered to be suitable for use by a wide range of university students, high school students, and junior high school teachers.