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Title :戦後沖縄の数学教育実践に関する実証的研究
Title alternative :A Classroom-Centered Study of Mathematics Education in Postwar Okinawa
Authors :小田切, 忠人
Authors alternative :Kotagiri, Tadato
Issue Date :Mar-2000
Abstract :平成9年度~平成11年度科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(C)(2))研究成果報告書
研究概要:For the purpose of this study as described in the title, the writer has collected the empirical data that concern Mathematics Education in postwar Okinawa. Its scope of inquiries was Okinawa-jima area, Miyako-Yaeyama area, and Amami area. Although US-military governments were established at these areas after the World War II, Okinawan people wanted to educate their children as a Japanese. Generally speaking, Okinawa, while on the one hand having a peculiar culture in its historical context, on the other hand is called a "Small-Japan." studying Okinawan postwar history of education is to refer to not only peculiar features of Okinawan education, but also structural features of Japanese education. Mathematics is a key subject when we talk about educational problems in the modern Japanese society. Data such as educational materials, textbooks, teaching-plan documents, etc. are the positive evidences that describe teachers' activities in elementary and secondary schools. Unfortunately, these data have been or will be dispersed and lost. The data before reverting to Japan are remarkable, but many of them have been lost. Pressing needs for historical studies on Okinawan education are first to collect and keep data on teachers' classroom-works and second to describe teachers' efforts to re-open schools in ruins and develop the new education that contrasts markedly with its predecessor. In this study, the writer have made a kind of data-base, lists of data, for referring to teachers' activities in schools and compiled the lists of data into a report. These data-lists can be referred with a computer. Also, the writer have started to describe how teachers re-opened schools in each area of Okinawa. Textbooks were edited and mimeographed, old textbooks masked with Chinese-ink were used, or transcribed textbooks were used. 'These facts are confirmed with positive evidences in the Okinawan area, the Miyako-Yaeyama area, and the Amami area respectively.
Type Local :研究報告書
Publisher :小田切忠人
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/12347
Appears in Collections:Research Report (Faculty of Education)

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