<Notes>Current Problems with Distance Classes in the Japanese Credit System Associated with the Emergence of New Pedagogical Methods

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  • Shibukawa, Sachika
    Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University・Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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  • <研究ノート>単位制度における遠隔授業の制度的変遷と新たな授業形態の登場による今日的な課題
  • 単位制度における遠隔授業の制度的変遷と新たな授業形態の登場による今日的な課題
  • タンイ セイド ニ オケル エンカク ジュギョウ ノ セイドテキ ヘンセン ト アラタ ナ ジュギョウ ケイタイ ノ トウジョウ ニ ヨル コンニチテキ ナ カダイ

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The purpose of this paper is to find and discuss problems with the position of distance classes in the Japanese credit system after COVID-19, and to propose solutions to those problems. From the discussion at the time of institutionalization of the Standards for Establishment of Universities in the early 2000's and the current situation, we pointed out the necessity of rethinking the definition and classification of distance classes and face-to-face classes based on new pedagogical methods such as HyFlex classes. Next, we introduced Minerva University's practice as an example of solving those problems. Then, we proposed the following three ideas: 1) using the same classification and introducing a centralized adaptive management system, 2) adding a new classification such as "blended classes", and 3) replacing the current classification with a new classification based solely on time synchronism.

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