Evaluation of Program-based Educational Practices in International Education Cooperation

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  • SATO Atsuko
    Faculty of Human Sciences, Special Needs Education Research Center, University of Tsukuba
  • ANDO Takao
    Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba
    Professor emeritus, University of Tsukuba

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  • <b>国際教育協力事業における教育実践を基盤とした研修プログラムの評価 </b>
  • 国際教育協力事業における教育実践を基盤とした研修プログラムの評価 : 帰国後の研修員を対象とした質問紙調査を通して
  • コクサイ キョウイク キョウリョク ジギョウ ニ オケル キョウイク ジッセン オ キバン ト シタ ケンシュウ プログラム ノ ヒョウカ : キコク ゴ ノ ケンシュウイン オ タイショウ ト シタ シツモンシ チョウサ オ トオシテ
  • <b>帰国後の研修員を対象とした質問紙調査を通して</b>
  • Follow-up Investigation of the Results of Educational Practice Training of Members from the Plurinational State of Bolivia

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<p>This paper reports on training type of educational practiced style for trainees sent from the Plurinational State of Bolivia. The researchers conducted the training program in 2012, in cooperation with five special-support education schools, as well as the University of Tsukuba and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). In this study, the researchers conducted a comprehensive survey concerning the training evaluations, after the return of the trainees. Of the various training objectives, work on "Preparation of a guidance plan", "Preparation of an individualized teaching plan", "Assessment and Understanding the actual condition of children", "Utilization of teaching materials", "Research on learning-teaching process", etc., continued even after the trainees returned home.In addition, requests for more thorough education included subjects such as "multiple disabilities", "early support for individuals with special needs", and "course guidance/vocational education", which present similar challenges for special needs education in Japan. Suggestions regarding construction of the substantial training program will be provided in future, after obtaining examples of educational practice.</p>


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