Liberal Arts Education Program
|Subject Name in
|Environmental management in higash-hiroshima campus at Hiroshima University
NISHIJIMA WATARU,IGAWA TAKESHI,SHIMIZU NORIO,UMEHARA AKIRA,NAKATSUBO TAKAYUKI,ASANO TOSHIHISA,KAWASHIMA TAKAMUNE,KAWAI KOUICHIROU
|ニシジマ ワタル,イガワ タケシ,シミズ ノリオ,ウメハラ アキラ,ナカツボ タカユキ,アサノ トシヒサ,カワシマ タカムネ,カワイ コウイチロウ
1st-Year, First Semester, 1Term
|Days, Periods, and Classrooms
(1T) Mon5-8：IAS K314
|Face-to-face lecture and fieldwork in campus
|Language of Instruction
Science and Technology
Natural environment, Environmental conservation,Practical work experience
|Special Subject for Teacher Education
|Class Status within
Liberal Arts Education
|Area Courses（Courses in Natural Sciences) Category：Biology
|1. To be able to explain the formation and development processes and contemporary issues of each academic discipline.
2. To be able to explain historical and contemporary issues that span multiple academic disciplines from multifaceted perspectives.
|The objective of this course is to gain a fundamental understanding of natural environment, the history and buried cultural property, the plants and animals that liveHigashi-hiroshima campus. Students will be thinking about maintenance, the management of the environment for the campus.
|lesson1 Course introduction (Wataru Nishijima)
lesson2 Environmental management in the campus and dissemination of environmental information (Wataru Nishijima)
lesson3 Nature in the campus (Tsuneo Shioji, Hideki Sakashita, Wataru Nishijima)
lesson4 Nature in the campus (Tsuneo Shioji, Hideki Sakashita, Wataru Nishijima)
lesson5 Importance of environmental management (Wataru Nishijima)
lesson6 Importance of environmental management (Wataru Nishijima)
lesson7 Alien species: an environmental problem (Takayuki Nakatsubo)
lesson8 Change the environment of the campus and animals of stream (Koichiro Kawai)
lesson9 Water environment in the campus (Akira Umehara)
lesson10 Amphibian fauna and natural environment in Higashi-Hiroshima Campus (Takeshi Igawa)
lesson11 Role of the University Museum (Norio Shimizu, Takamune Kawashima)
lesson12 Role of the University Museum (Norio Shimizu, Takamune Kawashima)
lesson13 Campus as a Eco Museum (Toshihisa Asano)
lesson14 Campus as a Eco Museum (Toshihisa Asano)
lesson15 Summary (Wataru Nishijima)
Short examination or report in each lesson.
|Environmental report in Hiroshima University and handout
|PC or AV used in
|Learning techniques to be incorporated
|Environmental reports in Hiroshima University which can be obtained through the website of Hiroshima University will help you improve understanding of each lecture.
|The capacity of the course is 80 students.
|Your final grade will be calculated according to the following process: Term-end examination 30%, Short examination and report 70%. The pass, the students must earn at least 60 points out of 100.
|Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it
Practical experiences: Management of experimental waste liquids and water treatment for water reuse.
Lectures on the risks of water pollution, the importance of environmental management to maintain healthy environment...
Practical experiences: Collecting, displaying, planning, and researching materials at the Hiroshima University Museum
Lectures on methods to enhance and preserve the values of the natural environment.
|This lecture includes fieldwork in campus.
|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.