Students will learn about the history of teaching methods, the psychological and technological foundations of teaching methods, the methods and materials for teaching, and recent corporate training methods. Students will analyze past data on industrial education, and consider the future of industrial education while gaining an understanding of its current state.
Students will learn how to teach industrial courses based on high school learning guidance guidelines and their explanation in "Industry volume", with the goal of acquiring the psychological and technological basics. Students will also gain an understanding of the current state and future of industrial education, and develop the skills to analyze and think.
Industrial Subjects, making things by hand, manufacturing
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||✔ Specialist skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
An intensive course is held from late May to mid-July centering on Saturdays.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||current status of industry education||Students are required to review the topics covered in the class.|
|Class 2||data analytic approach to industry education|
|Class 3||data analytic approach to industry education|
|Class 4||practical problems associated with teaching industrial subjects|
|Class 5||practical problems associated with teaching industrial subjects|
|Class 6||development of teaching materials|
|Class 7||problem solving method and improvement of teaching practice|
Relevant materials will be distributed in the class.
National Course of Studies
Students will be evaluated on the basis of class activities including discussion and short paper and term paper.
Educational Foundations，Educational Foundations， Development and Learning II