摘要：本研究从大设计(Grand Design)的视角分析不同国家的学生在日本参加的积极学习研讨会,并探讨其教育意义.研讨会的参加者,由来自日本关西大学及其友谊学校(中国华南师范大学、韩国汉阳大学、菲律宾布拉卡国立大学)的中、日、韩、菲四个国家的24名本科生和研究生组成.该活动于2017年10月29日至11月4日在日本开展,目的是深化对社会性别(Gender)的理解,提高用英语进行讨论与发言的技能,促进不同国家间的文化交流.通过构建易于学生进行各种形式讨论的学习环境,深化了学生对于社会性别与媒介﹑教育﹑职业﹑社会的关系的理解.研究从大设计的协作性﹑即时性﹑具身性的视角分析和讨论本次研讨会的教育意义.通过分析在活动过程中收集的活动日志、观察笔记、研讨会期间收集的3次调查问卷等数据,研究发现:在有意识地融入了大设计的即时性与具身性的实践中,学生间的协作性有所加强.学生间友谊的深化,多角度理解问题意识的强化,在活动参加过程的愉悦体验中,实现了对社会性别的学习.其中,与他人的互动关系中的"关注—学习"模式,具有教育意义.%The purpose of this study is to propose the educational significance of the design of the active learning seminar with graduate students from Japan, China, Korea and the Philippines from the perspective of a grand design of a workshop. This active learning seminar was held at Kansai University from October 29 to November 4 by inviting twenty four undergraduate and graduate students from South Normal University, Hanyang University, Bulacan University, since these universities have a sister relationship with Kansai University. The purpose of this seminar was to let students majoring Informatics learn about gender issues through a participatory workshop while acquiring the skills of utilizing English in discussion and presentation. The seminar was designed to learn about gender issues in relation to media, education, career, and society, through lectures, group work and discussion. Thus, the educational significance of this seminar was analyzed using the grand design of workshop, represented by four concepts: "cooperation," "improvisation," "embodiment,"and "personal causation." Records of the seminar, committee meetings, observations, field notes, and questionnaires were gathered as data for analysis. The analysis confirmed that "cooperation" was established through "improvisation" and "embodiment", "Per-sonal causation" was not analyzed due to limited data. Throughout the workshop, participants became acquainted with each other and learned gender issues harmoniously. Therefore, it was proposed that "concern-learn" would be an important educational pattern for participants to learn relevant issues.