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Moving Mountains

Japanese Education Reform

En del af serien Acta Jutlandica (73:1; Humanities Series, 71) og fagområderne og


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264 sider
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ISBN 87 7288 477 0

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Det japanske skolesystem bliver beundret for sin succes, men samtidig kritiseret for at kvæle kreativitet og spontanitet. Moving Mountains giver en oversigt over udviklingen fra 1868 til 1984 og ser på nye tendenser i det japanske skolesystem, som går mod øget individualisering og internationalisering.

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Preface

List of Charts

Abbreviations

1. Introduction and Theoretical Deliberations:
1.1 Analysis of the Rhetoric
1.2 Educational Ideology in Japan
1.3 Structure

2. The Japanese Education System 1868-1984:
2.1 The History of the Educational system
2.2 The Present System

3. The Debate on Reform:
3.1 NCER and its Function in the Educational Debate
3.2 Teachers' Organisations - History and Position
3.3 Other Opposition Groups
3.4 Industry
3.5 Conclusions

4. Attitudes to NCER's Proposals:
4.1 The New Curriculum Guidelines
4.2 Individuality
4.3 Life Long Learning
4.4 Internationalisation
4.5 The Information Society

Conclusions

Appendices:
Appendix 1 Interview Structure and Analysis
Appendix 2 Interview Guide in English
Appendix 3 List of Specialist Members of NCER

Bibliography

Index

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