Hiroshima University Syllabus

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Academic Year 2022Year School/Graduate School Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Master's Course) Division of Educational Sciences International Education Development Program
Lecture Code WNE00201 Subject Classification Specialized Education
Subject Name Human Resource Development for Education
Subject Name
Subject Name in
Human Resource Development for Education
マキ タカヨシ,オオモリ マリコ
Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 1st-Year,  First Semester,  1Term
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (1T) Mon1-4:IDEC 204
Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style
(More Details)
・Class style: Online (two-way simultaneous)
・Tool: Zoom(https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84281193784?pwd=bDF0VFk2ckd6SzhVVXJyNnJWdG5Tdz09
Meeting ID: 842 8119 3784 Passcode: 352920)

・Start date of class: April 11 (Mon)
discussion, student's presentation 
Credits 2.0 Class Hours/Week   Language of Instruction E : English
Course Level 6 : Graduate Advanced
Course Area(Area) 21 : Fundamental Competencies for Working Persons
Course Area(Discipline) 06 : Globalization/International cooperation studies
Eligible Students
Keywords SDG_04, teacher education (teacher educator, pre-service and in-service teacher education, personnel administration, teacher evaluation) 
Special Subject for Teacher Education   Special Subject  
Class Status
within Educational
Criterion referenced
Class Objectives
/Class Outline
This course aims to cultivate students' abilities to understand the fundamental issues, policies and measures concerning human resource development for education and to analyze and discuss the issues in the context of "your" learning and research topic.

Students will be required to make a small presentation on each topic and also to participate actively in discussion on each topic. 
Class Schedule Session 1&2 (April 11) Course orientation (Self-introduction, syllabus and grading, and presentation schedule)(Omori & Maki)
Session 3&4 (April 18) Presentation and discussion (Omori & Maki)
2: A conceptual model of teacher educator development: an agenda for future research and practice
3: Researching the professional learning needs of teacher educators: results from international research
4: Interlude - Teacher educators’ professional development in Australia: context and challenges
5: Learning and design principles for teacher educators’ professional development
Session 5&6 (April 25) Presentation and discussion (Omori & Maki)
6: Designing knowledge bases for teacher educators: challenges and recommendations
7: Interlude - Teacher educators’ professional development in Japan: context and challenges
8: Teacher educators’ professional development during an international summer academy: storylines as a powerful pedagogy
9: Teacher educators’ professional life stories across four countries: intertwining personal and contextual effects
Session 7&8 (May 9) Presentation and discussion (Omori & Maki)
10: Interlude - Teacher educators’ professional development in the USA: context and challenges
11: Designing professional development for teacher educators: creating long-term learning for the workplace
12: Influencing professional development at national levels: learning from reciprocity and diversity
13: Teacher educators’ professional development: Looking to the future
Session 9&10 (May 16) Mid-term assignment(Omori & Maki)
Write and submit a reflection on the first book.
Session 11&12 (May 23) Presentation and discussion(Omori & Maki)
Introduction & Chapter 1 - Living and Learning Partnerships in Teacher Education
2 - Professional Development of Teacher Educators That Occurs as a Result of Working with Student Teachers – Literature Review
6 - Reflections on establishing a student-staff partnership in Irish university-based teacher education
8 - How Does Working with and Mentoring Student Teachers Shape Teacher Educators’ Professional Identity? A Case from Turkey
Session 13&14 (May 30) Presentation and discussion(Omori & Maki)
9 - Teacher Educators and Student Teachers’ International Experiences: Mentoring Changes, Challenges and Opportunities
10 - Evaluating Professional Development of Teachers Educators: Analysis of Pedagogical Experience
12 - Studying the Evaluative Views of Students as a Tool for Professional Development of Teacher Educators
13 - Promoting Research Activity with Student Teachers as Professional Development for Teacher Educators
Session 15 (June 6) Self-reflection on texts and term paper submission(Omori & Maki) 
(1) Vanderlinde, R., Smith, K., Murray, J., & Lunenberg, M. (2021). Teacher Educators and Their Professional Development: Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future. Milton: Taylor & Francis Group.
(2) Selected chapters of Shagrir, L., & Bar-Tal, S. (2021). Exploring Professional Development Opportunities for Teacher Educators: Promoting Faculty-Student Partnerships. Milton: Taylor & Francis Group.
PC or AV used in
(More Details) MS PowerPoint slides and printed materials (reading material and figure and table) 
Learning techniques to be incorporated  
Suggestions on
Preparation and
Summarize the points of each class and try to search and research the points about "your" country.

When you have any question, feel free to contact me by e-mail: maki@ hiroshima-u.ac.jp
It is also possible to arrange meetings to discuss course issues at my office. Date and time can be arranged by e-mail. 
Grading Method Grade for this class will be given based on following two requirements;
1. A term paper to be submitted for every semester of around 10 pages (80 percent).
2. Degree of active participation in weekly presentation and classroom discussion (20 percent) 
Practical Experience  
Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it  
Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.
Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching. 
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