The Space Education Center organizes space education symposiums,
the objective being to expand and deepen people’s understanding of the space education we promote.
The Space Education Center organizes space education symposiums, the objective being to expand and deepen people’s understanding of the space education we promote.
The programs include the introduction of related educational materials, examples of practice, and above all, the attraction of space education.
They also feature participatory-type programs, including workshops. Many participants from around Japan enjoy the valuable opportunity of exchanging information directly with each other.
The symposiums are intended for people of 18 years and older (excluding high school students) who are practitioners in space education,
or interested in space education, or involved in youth education activities.
The Space Education Center is engaged in various research and study activities.
We disclose our research activities on space education through the Internet.
Our policy, examples of practices, and advanced efforts are collected, compiled, and stored based on the academic point of view.
Articles related to space education and other information are disclosed (in PDF format).
A list of research and studies
As a part of its space education activities,
the Space Education Center promotes partnerships with private companies in pursuing its missions.
The Space Education Center presents science education programs featuring space and the characteristics of partner companies. The programs introduce children to the fun and wonder of science, trigger their interest and curiosity in science, and nurture their minds.