2021

HAMAMATSU, Taichi

[Title] Classroom Practice for Developing the Ability to Inquire Scientificallyin High School Physics – Through hypothesis setting using science perspective and thinking –
[Abstract]The purpose of this practical study was to design and implement a high school physics class based on problem inquiry. In Practice 1, we focused on the hypothesis-setting scene and practiced the principle of thermal expansion using familiar events for students. In Practice 2, we presented students with a familiar task as a mission and conducted an inquiry activity on gravitational acceleration. In addition, we adopted a design that allows students to solve the problem through trial and error. In addition, we analyzed the students’ thinking process when they shifted from the explanatory hypothesis to the working hypothesis. In Practice 3, we designed a lesson on the principle of buoyancy for inquisitive learning in new learning contents. As a result, we found that the students were able to understand and express familiar phenomena from a scientific point of view by using familiar phenomena as the subject and presenting missions (questions) to be solved through trial and error. In addition, we were able to design a class that deals with new learning content through the process of inquiry as well as inquiry activities using previously learned knowledge.


KAWAJIRI, Yui

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IDE, Genta

[Title] Development of Teaching materials for the Practice of Programming Education in Elementary School Physical Education
[Abstract] The purpose of this study was to develop a model teaching plan for preservice teachers to learn programming education in physical education at elementary schools. For this purpose, a teaching plan was developed to integrate programming education into physical education classes. To evaluate the developed model teaching plan, it was conducted a survey in the form of an interview with two elementary school teachers. The results suggested that this model teaching plan would help students’ learning in the teacher training course. On the other hand, some issues were found, such as consideration of the influence of differences in children’s skills on the activities.


UEKI, Takato

[Title] Supporting of life and learning with device per student during summer vacation
[Abstract] The purpose of this study is to support home study and life support during the summer vacation for elementary school students using the devices distributed by the GIGA school concept. Considering the cases of disorder, the inability to go to school after the summer vacation, and the fact that it is said that the time and ability burdens of parents involved in home study during the summer vacation are large, we are considering how to solve it by using one device for each person. In addition, we aim to improve children’s ability to utilize ICT devices by providing opportunities for children to come into contact with ICT devices on a daily basis by taking advantage of long vacations.


EGUCHI, Masami

[Title] First-year students who want to teach Organizing the perspectives necessary for double-entry class observation.
[Abstract] The purpose of this study is to develop a textbook to help first-year students in the field of remote islands and regional culture to have an appropriate viewpoint when they observe a duplex class for the first time. For this purpose, we first reviewed Yosuke Sawai’s book, “How to See a Class,” and organized the perspectives necessary for observing a duplex class. In the preliminary research, I learned that in order to know how to look at a class, it is necessary to look at the class through the instructor and through the children in order to acquire the appropriate perspective. Through this learning, we conducted interviews (hereinafter referred to as “preliminary research”) with teachers who had experience in the field as elementary school teachers and who had observed double-entry classes. Based on the results of the interviews and the reading of “How to See the Class,” we developed a textbook and conducted a survey to determine whether it would be useful for first-year university students taking this course to observe duplex classes. As a result, it was evaluated that the textbook is easy to understand and useful because it introduces the voices of in-service teachers and explains with tables and figures.


OYAMA, Riko

[Title] Development of a preliminary checklist for distance learning with overseas schools in elementary school foreign language classes
[Abstract] The purpose of this study is to develop a preliminary checklist for distance learning with overseas schools in elementary school foreign language classes. For this purpose, we conducted a survey on cases of distance learning with overseas schools and points to keep in mind when conducting distance learning by means of semi-structured interviews. Based on the results of the survey, we compiled a list of six items to be kept in mind when conducting distance learning with overseas schools. The following six points were listed: “Class planning ability (planning and design of distance learning),” “Content expertise (knowledge of distance learning),” “Communication skills (dialogue during distance learning),” “Feedback techniques (observation of children during distance learning),” “Techniques for presenting learning content (digital information transmission methods during distance learning),” and “Evaluation techniques (evaluation of remote learning).


KODAMA, Kaho

[Title] Creation of a new instructional text on SNS bullying
[Abstract] The purpose of this study is to create an additional instructional text (hereinafter referred to as “text”) for SNS Note Nagasaki that incorporates new SNS (Social Networking Service). As a means to achieve this goal, we will create a new textbook not only focusing on LINE, but also focusing on other new SNS bullying, referring to the existing information moral teaching material “SNS Note Nagasaki”. According to the results of the survey, the text can be used as a teaching material, but there are opinions that some improvements are needed to make it easier for children to understand, According to the results of the survey, the textbook is usable enough as a teaching material, but some improvements are needed to make it easier for children to understand, so it is necessary to improve the textbook, have it evaluated again, and post the completed textbook on the website as an additional teaching material for SNS Note Nagasaki so that more people can use it.


SUNAKAWA, Renta

[Title] Achieving the Aims of Food Education during Silent Meals Development and evaluation of video teaching materials for the Shimabara Peninsula.
[Abstract] The purpose of this study is to develop and evaluate a video teaching material for Shimabara Peninsula to achieve the aim of nutrition education during silent meals. First, we created a video teaching material on the theme of Guzoni, a local dish of Shimabara City. Next, we conducted a questionnaire survey of in-service teachers to identify areas for improvement. Finally, the video was improved based on the questionnaire survey, and the video was viewed by elementary school students in Shimabara City. It was found that this teaching material was an opportunity for the students to have a sense of gratitude for food and to like their hometown.


NAKASHIMA, Misaki

[Title] Development of the learning material to motivate first-year prospective teaching students to become involved in remote island education
[Abstract] The purpose of this study is to develop a textbook for first-year students of the Department of Remote Islands and Regional Culture to use when they study the current situation of education on remote islands and remote areas. In order to do so, we first conducted research on the characteristics of remote islands, the current situation, and the basics of double-entry classes through articles, etc., as well as interviews with people who actually work on remote islands in Nagasaki Prefecture (hereinafter referred to as preliminary research). In deciding on the concept of the textbook, we analyzed the contents and structure of existing guidebooks on double-entry classes. Based on the results of the analysis and the answers we received in the preliminary survey, we developed Chapter 1 of the textbook, “Understanding the Current State of Remote Island Education in Nagasaki Prefecture,” and investigated whether it would be useful for first-year university students taking this lecture to learn about education on remote islands and remote areas and double-entry education. As a result, it was evaluated that the compactness of the information and the reflection of voices from the field lead to the improvement of the reader’s motivation to learn and made it useful.


BABA, Satomi

[Title] Development of the learning material for trainees to support learning in combined class
[Abstract] The purpose of this study is to develop a text that supports sophomore students in remote island and regional culture from preparation to practice and retrospective in the implementation of learning support in combined classes. For this purpose, I first conducted an interview survey (hereinafter referred to as “preliminary survey”) on the outline of the double-entry support staff, the work contents, and the points to note, to those who had experience in double-entry support staff and those who had experience in homeroom who had accepted support staff. In addition, in deciding the concept of the text, the contents and composition of the existing guidebook on the combined classes were analyzed. Based on the analysis results and the answers obtained in the preliminary survey, I developed Chapter 4 of the text “Participating in elementary school classes on remote islands and remote areas” and investigated whether it was useful for second-year university students who attend this lecture to conduct double-entry support practice. As a result, the report was evaluated as being easy to understand and useful because it was summarized with the voices of those who had experienced double-entry support staff, and because it was explained using photographs and videos.


MATSUMOTO, Manaka

[Title] Classroom Design for Eurythmy Practice in Public Education – Cross-curricular Learning that Focuses on Children’s Sensitivity –
[Abstract] The purpose of this study is to look at Steiner education, which is a pioneer in fostering the power of life by emphasizing the development of sensitivity and the balance of knowledge, virtue, and body. In order to incorporate eurythmy, which is one of the main pillars of Steiner education, into public education, a unit plan was created from a cross-curricular perspective in the three subjects of music, physical education, and special activities, and new possibilities in public education were discovered. In creating the unit plan, we paid attention to what kind of aims eurythmy has and whether eurythmy is an approach that matches the learning objectives of each subject. As a result of the evaluation by two teachers from the Faculty of Education, Nagasaki University, it was found that it is possible to practice eurythmy in public education by working from a cross-curricular perspective, although various concerns emerged.


YAMASHITA, Yuho

[Title] Development of e-Learning materials for educational practice using Google for Education
[Abstract] The purpose of this study is to develop learning contents for learning the basic operation of Google for Education for undergraduate education students who participate in educational training at Nagasaki University Elementary School. For this purpose, we conducted a survey in advance to clarify what kind of knowledge and skills the university students participating in the educational practice wanted to acquire. We developed three types of learning contents using Google Classroom: “Posting to the stream,” “Creating materials on the class page,” and “Using Google Meet. We conducted a post-survey of the learning contents by having university professors and undergraduate students of the Faculty of Education actually use them, and obtained many positive opinions for all the contents. Based on the results of the post-survey, we were able to develop learning contents that enable students of the Faculty of Education to learn the basic operation of Google for Education when they participate in educational training at Nagasaki University Elementary School.