Education in Japan: Principles Policies and Practice I University of Tsukuba
Learning objective of this course is to understand the issues of education in contemporary Japan in terms of policies, institutions and practices and discuss the issues based on sufficient knowledge. This course will outline principles, policies and practices of Japanese education. Topics covered will include the education system, school management, mathematics education, science education, social studies education, language education policy, moral education, special needs education and higher education. Have a discussion based on the focus of the class to deepen your understanding of the issues. This class is mainly conducted in English.
General-purpose comptension: The power to utilize know
Specialized Competencies: Ability to discover educational issues
Comment cards (20%), essays (80%)
Online Course Requirement
This course may not be available if there are too many participants. Lecture is conducted in English.
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