|Grade, Semester||Year 3 1st semest |
|Category||Common Core Courses|
|Elective, Credits||Elective 2credit|
- In this course, students will learn about the structure, content, interpretation, and reform of the legal system regarding school education.
- This course will provide an opportunity for students to learn about curriculum management and crisis management currently required in school education.
- In addition to lecture-format classes, the 8th and 15th class will be conducted as a dialogue with the students encouraging active learning.
- This course is related to Learning Goal 3 of "General Subjects".
- Students show interest in the discussions on the structure, content, interpretation, and reform of the legal system regarding school education. (Interest and motivation)
- Students understand the legal system that supports education and the schooling system. (Knowledge and understanding)
- Students develop an idea of the desired future school education, from the perspective of creating a safe and secure school where the human rights of children are protected (Expression)
- Reflection paper (indication of attendance and learning) 30%
- Participation and attitude in class (dialogue) 30%
- Writing assignment "What is desired for future school education?" 40%
|Textbook||『法律で学ぶ教育制度 』||古田薫・山下晃一編著||ミネルヴァ書房 2020 ISBN 978-4-623-08182-0|
- Students should present their opinions clearly in class
- A reflection paper will be distributed at the end of every class. Students should summarise the class with a single kanji character and present the reason why you chose that particular kanji
|2||Post WWII development of school education in Japan|
|3||Contemporary topics on school education|
|4||Legal systems that support school education|
|5||Principles of the modern public education system|
|6||The evolution of school education and its challenges|
|7||The educational administration system|
|8||Feedback and dialogue - Discussing the modern education system in Japan|
|10||School organisational management|
|11||Theoretical development of school management|
|12||Teaching and classroom management|
|13||Contemporary challenges for school management|
|14||The professionality of education and the autonomy of schools|
|15||Feedback and dialogue- What is desired for future school education?|