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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 WNE00601 Subject Classification Specialized Education Subject Name Mathematics Education Development Subject Name

（Katakana）スウガクキョウイクカイハツロン Subject Name in

EnglishMathematics Education Development Instructor BABA TAKUYA Instructor

(Katakana)ババ タクヤ Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 1st-Year, First Semester, 2Term Days, Periods, and Classrooms (2T) Mon1-4：IDEC 203 Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style

(More Details)On-line (Teams), Lecture, Discussion, Presentation by students Credits 2.0 Class Hours/Week Language of Instruction E : English Course Level 5 : Graduate Basic Course Area（Area） 24 : Social Sciences Course Area（Discipline） 08 : Curriculum and Instruction Sciences Eligible Students IDEC master student Keywords curriculum development, cultural aspect, curriculum and textbook analysis, lesson analysis, education evaluation, lesson study Special Subject for Teacher Education Special Subject Class Status

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EvaluationClass Objectives

/Class OutlineBesides general theory for mathematics education research, mathematics education in the developing countries will be considered from the perspectives of its own culture, society and history in the region, including ethnomathematics, because there exists a problem of bringing in curriculum of developed countries as it is. From both of these, which are two axes of general perspective and specific context, mathematics education in the developing countries is going to be critically analyzed.

To discuss issues of mathematics education in developing countries and research framework (2)

To discuss general theory and specific examples of curriculum development (5)

To discuss cultural aspect of mathematics education (3)

To discuss teachers, teacher education, teaching in mathematics education (2)

To discuss evaluation and assessment in mathematics education (2)

To review issues of mathematics education in developing countries and to connect them to the global context (1)Class Schedule lLesson1 Explanation about the Lecture Plan and Discussion on Mathematics Education in the Developing Countries

Give guidance on this series of lectures. Discuss global curriculum trends such as standards and competence and its issues, and reflect international education projects by JICA from the viewpoint of mathematics education.

Lesson2 Research framework on mathematics education

Discuss a framework for the mathematics education research in each country by reviewing the previous researches, in order to tackle the above issues.

Lesson3 General Theory of Curriculum Development in Mathematics

Overview general theory of curriculum development such as factors for development, teachers, goals in mathematics education and analyze the curriculum from the perspective of structure.

A.G.Howson et al. (1981), Curriculum Development in Mathematics, Cambridge Univ.Press.

Lesson4 Didactical triangle 1

Focusing on the contents in didactical triangle, discuss some notable curriculum development such as Open ended approach, Realistic Mathematics Education (RME), Substantial Learning Environment (SLE).

Lesson5 Didactical triangle 2

Focusing on children in didactical triangle, discuss children’s conceptual understanding, misconception, and Newman approach.

Lesson6 Didactical triangle 3

Focusing on teachers and lessons in didactical triangle, discuss problem solving lesson, knowledge for teaching, and belief.

Lesson7 Contents in Mathematics Education Curriculum

By looking at the mathematics education curriculum vertically, discuss how to grow mathematical thinking, by taking up an example of numbers and expressions.

Lesson8 Cultural Aspect of Mathematics Education 1

Discuss issues related to representation, semiotics and learning mathematics in a second language

Berry, (1985), Learning Mathematics in a Second Language, FLM.

Lesson9 Cultural Aspect of Mathematics Education 2

Overview notion of Ethnomathematics and summarize and discuss its critical points

Lesson10 Cultural Aspect of Mathematics Education 3

Discuss application of Ethnomathematics into mathematics curriculum and its issues.

Lesson11 Mathematics teacher education 1

Discuss education reform and improvement, teachers’ professional standards and teacher education.

Lesson12 Mathematics teacher education 1

Discuss the community, lesson study, professional growth and values of mathematics teachers.

Lesson13 Mathematics education assessment 1

Discuss the framework, outputs and issues of international assessments such as PISA, PISA-D and TALIS, by relating with the global curriculum trends. Take up the case of curriculum administration in Japan as an example in the discussion.

Kaiser (1999) International Comparison in Mathematics Education, Falmer Press.

Lesson14 Mathematics education assessment 2

Discuss the evaluation and assessment of mathematical thinking, formative evaluation, integration of instruction and assessment, and misconception, by setting an assessment in accordance with children’s reality against a policy oriented-assessment.

Lesson15 Summary

Summarize all discussions and discuss their implication for the practice-based research. Discussion an example of the social open-end problem.Text/Reference

Books,etc.Bishop, A.J.: 1994, ‘Cultural Conflict in Mathematics Education: Developing a Research Agenda’, For the Learning of Mathematics, 14(2), 15-18.

Vithal,R., Skovsmose,O.: 1997, ‘The End of Innocence: A Critique of Ethnomathematics’, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 34(2), 131-157.

Damerow, et. Al (1984) Mathematics for All, UNESCO.

D'Ambrosio, U.: 1984, ‘Socio-Cultural Bases for Mathematical Education’, Proceedings of 5th ICME, Adelaide, Australia, pp.1-6.

S. Shimada eds. (1977). Open end approach in Mathematics education: A proposal for lesson improvement. Mizuumi Press (in Japanese).

Stigler,J.W. & Hiebert,J.:1999, The Teaching Gap: Best Ideas from the World’s Teachers for Improving Education in the Classroom, the Free Press.PC or AV used in

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Preparation and

ReviewTo think over the issues and discuss them. And to analyse the curriculum and textbook, the mathematics lesson and to follow the instrcution during the lescture. Requirements Grading Method Evaluation will be done on the basis of attendance (20%), participation into discussion during the lecture (30%), and two reports (50%). Practical Experience Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it Message Other 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.