M.A Degree in Education, The University of Tokyo.
M.A Degree in Special Education, University of Tsukuba
M.A. Degree in Human Sciences, Waseda Universiy
Project Specialist, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo (2012)
Researcher, Media Network Center, Waseda University (2014)
Senior lecturer, Waseda University Senior High School (present)
Senior lecturer, Kunitach College of Music (present)
Specially-appointed Associate Professor, Tokyo Gakugei University, HATO Project (present)
Associate Professor, Teikyo University, Graduate School of Teacher Education (present)
Japan Society for Educational Technology
The Japan Association for Special Education
Community for Innovation of Education and learning through Computers and communication networks
The Japanese Society for the Study of Teacher Education
National Association for the Study of Educational Methods
Japan Association of Educators for Human Development
The World Association of Lesson Studies (WALS)
Keiko Aramaki has written or edited about 50 publications. Her early papers included the Assessment by Information, Communication, and Technology, the Assessment for Intellectual Disability (2009), the Educational Evaluation (2011). She mainly focuses on all children's potential. She is interested in the study of Inclusive Education, Inclusive Pedagogy, Universal Design for Learning. For their expansion, she proposes that teacher education will be essential. For example, Robin Alexander's studies - the corpus includes work on policy, pedagogy, classroom studies, teacher education, curriculum, and evaluation, usually in the primary phase of training, and his research acquired international, comparative and cross-cultural dimensions which prompted – notably through the two volumes of Learning from Comparing: new directions in comparative education research (1999 and 2000) – a re-assessment of the field of comparative enquiry itself. Her studies "Dialogic Teaching in the SEN unit classroom." Her research focuses on the Study of Japanese Educational Methods and Japanese Special Education. The same as prof. Alexander's, her study was built on in Essays on Pedagogy and Education for All, the Quality Imperative and the Problem of Pedagogy. Local, national and international came together in her extensive and continuing work on particular educational need, its classroom talk reform and the advancement of dialogic teaching (2017). Recently, she inspired by Alexander's studies: Education as Dialogue, 2006 and Towards Dialogic Teaching: rethinking classroom talk, 4th edition 2008). Her studies expand to work for Continuing Professional Development in HATO project.
She received the Waseda e-Teaching Award 2011.
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