This book compiles the experiences of Prof. Okano while teaching physics at ICU, a liberal arts school in Tokyo, Japan. It presents his unique views on teaching science to students at a liberal arts university, and how this compares to other approaches adopted in Japan. The book also presents example lectures from a basic physics course presented by him and as understood by the students, providing a unique perspective on whether the goal of the course is transferred to their benefit. It introduces a unique and inductive definition of education obtained by Prof. Okano over the many years of rich experiences of learning, teaching, and doing research in Japan and in many other countries.
1. What is Education? 2. What We Have Been Doing in ICU 3. Tips for Future Education