Hiroshima University Syllabus

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Japanese
Academic Year 2020Year School/Graduate School Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Master's Course) Division of Educational Sciences
Lecture Code WNA01001 Subject Classification Specialized Education
Subject Name 教育科学と社会 Ec
Subject Name
(Katakana)
 
Subject Name in
English
Educational Sciences and Society
Instructor SHIMIZU KINYA,KUSAHARA KAZUHIRO,SANTOKI MAKIKO,DELAKORDA KAWASHIMA TINKA,MAKI TAKAYOSHI,MATSUMI NORIO,YAMADA HIROYUKI,OGAWA YOSHIKAZU,HUANG FUTAO,NAKAYA AYAMI,KUWAYAMA HISASHI,To be announced.
Instructor
(Katakana)
シミズ キンヤ,クサハラ カズヒロ,サントキ マキコ,デラコルダ カワシマ ティンカ,マキ タカヨシ,マツミ ノリオ,ヤマダ ヒロユキ,オガワ ヨシカズ,コウ フクトウ,ナカヤ アヤミ,クワヤマ ヒサシ,タントウキョウインミテイ
Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 1st-Year,  First Semester,  2Term
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (2T) Tues9:IAS L101, (2T) Tues10,Fri9-10:To be announced.
Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style
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Lecture centered, Discussion, Student presentation 
Credits 2.0 Class Hours/Week   Language on Instruction E : English
Course Level 5 : Graduate Basic
Course Area(Area) 21 : Fundamental Competencies for Working Persons
Course Area(Discipline) 09 : Common Gradate Education
Eligible Students Students of Division of Educational Sciences
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Special Subject for Teacher Education   Special Subject  
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Class Objectives
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This subject will teach students how various studies in the field of educational science have influenced society, and vice versa, taking into consideration their relevance to other academic disciplines, including natural sciences and life sciences. Learning about the correlations between respective areas of study and Japanese/international society will be helpful for students to better understand what roles educational science is expected to play in creating a future society. This subject will also encourage students to explore how their individual research themes can contribute to the further development of human society so as to enhance their motivation for research.
(Total 15 lessons in an omnibus style) 
Class Schedule Lesson 1: Introductory guidance to give students an overview of this subject
Lesson 2: Correlations between Japanese society and education will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on integrity of exams and equality problem of education form the viewpoint of comparative educational science by taking up high social interest university entrance exam questions from  each country.
Lesson 3: Correlations between Japanese society and education will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on "problem of poverty of children" from the viewpoint of comparative educational science and educational history.
Lesson 4: Correlations between Japanese society and education will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on characteristics and roles of foreign teachers in Japanese universities along with the change in Japanese society after 1980s, from a empirical viewpoint.
Lesson 5: Correlations between international society and education will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on explaining and discussing about the roles played by international educational development of Japan and comparative education researchers, from the viewpoint of construction of peaceful society centered on school education in post war areas and quality insurance of learning of students.
Lesson 6: Correlations between international society and education will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on various problems surrounding the school teachers in various Asian and African countries and efforts towards the improvement of teacher education from the viewpoint of comparative education.
Lesson 7: Correlations between society and school education in Japan will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on discussing the process of modernization and industrialization of Japan and history of school education system from the viewpoint of politics, economics and education, and will think about the social norms regarding the education of nation states and social function of education.
Lesson 8: Correlations between society and school education in Japan will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on explaining the examples of school management plan of Japan and school evaluation and relation between local society and school education.
Lesson 9: Correlations between society and school education in Japan will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on ①change in the structure and writing of textbook and ②relation between change in social structure and country/policy, from the viewpoint of social science education.
Lesson 10: Correlations between society and school education in Japan will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on the way of existence of school education towards sustainable society making from the viewpoint of education for the sustainable development in Japan.
Lesson 11: This lecture will focus on student developmental processes in Japanese school education from the perspective of psychological and behavioral indicators of self-regulated learning and language instruction. This lecture will focus on developmental process of students in school education of Japan from the viewpoint of self managed learning and psychological and  behavioral benchmark for language teachers.
Lesson 12: This lecture will focus on programs to augment developmental and school education indicators for Japanese youth from the perspective of self-regulated learning and language instruction. This lecture will focus on program for the development of youngsters of Japan and strengthening of benchmarks of school education from the viewpoint of self managed learning and language teaching.
Lesson 13: Correlations between society and Japanese language education will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on will research the educational approach from the viewpoint of diversity of present day society.
Lesson 14: Correlations between society and Japanese language education will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on special examples of Japanese language education towards children with overseas origin from the viewpoint of multicultural education.
Lesson 15: Correlations between society and Japanese language education will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on language learning and intercultural dialogues from the viewpoint of optimization of educational methodology.  
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 Text, Handout, Audio material, Visual (Video/PC/ other visual material) 
Suggestions on
Preparation and
Review
Read the handout and research papers properly.  
Requirements If the attendance falls short of two-third of the total number of classes, student will not be eligible for semester end exam or report. Carry student ID when appearing for the class.  
Grading Method The grades will be awarded as the total of result of short tests conducted each time and semester end exam or report.  
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