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Title: 教師を目指す学生の「志」の昂揚を図る : ― 「生徒を構う」教師の育成を目指して ―
Other Titles: キョウシ オ メザズ ガクセイ ノ ココロザシ ノ コウヨウ オ ハカル : セイト オ カマウ キョウシ ノ イクセイ オ メザシテ
To boost the ambitions of students aiming to be teachers : -So that they may go on to become effective mentors for the next wave of high school students-
Authors: 長谷川, 省一
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2014
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: Increasingly, teachers must have a passion for developing well-rounded students; it must be their mission to instill the same enthusiasm in those students who will be responsible for educating future generations. It is crucial to the success of a teacher-training course that students be given ample opportunity to develop their teaching skills through practical experience. In this paper, the author suggests three critical methods in our teacher-training course as follows: (1) A refresher of prerequisite relevant background information prior to each standard lecture. (2) Emphasis on practical experience (i.e. learning by doing). (3) Encouraging and maintaining student engagement and motivation throughout. Secondly, the author presents that a “teaching profession forum” led by a graduate of our college and an “educational discourse meeting” with a young high school teacher can have a strong impact on all students of the teacher-traning course. It is presented in the last part of this paper how a tailored curriculum emphasizing practical experience and motivational techniques will benefit the students of our teacher-training course and how this curriculum differs from that of a general student.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/2739
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