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  1. Kokusai kyoiku gyosei shiron (Some Ideas on International Educational Administration).

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    Sagara, Iichi

    1969-01-01

    This document is an English-language abstract (approximately 1,500 words) of an educational research study on the twin concept of educational administration that is international in scope and administration for the advancement of international education. The basic principles of international education administration are internationalism,…

  2. Meiji shoki no kyoiku seisaku to chiho eno teichaku (Educational Policies and Their Localization in the Earlier Years of the Meiji).

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    Naka, Arita

    This document is an English-language abstract (approximately 1,500 words) of a history of education during the Meiji period in Japan. Gakusei was the first school code, passed in 1872; it created Japan's first system of modern education. The study deals with the relations between the educational policies of the central government and the actual…

  3. On Attitudes toward Education: The Attitude toward Guiding Learning and the Attitude toward Learning [1936

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    Makiguchi, Tsunesaburo

    2015-01-01

    This "From the Archives" article was originally published in Japanese in v6 n3 Mar 1936 of the Japanese-language journal "Shinkyo" (New Teachings), a periodical publication of the Soka Kyoiku Gakkai, the Society for Value-Creating Education, established by Tsunesaburo Makiguchi in 1930. This installment of "On Attitudes…

  4. Educating the Heart

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    Schwartz, Sherry

    2007-01-01

    Japan's elementary and junior high schools have a formal, nationally mandated moral curriculum called Kokoro-no-kyoiku--education of the heart. Japanese educators include moral growth as an integral part of one's intellectual growth and believe that democratic societies must promote virtuous decision making. Moral education in Japan nurtures the…

  5. On Attitudes toward Education: The Attitude toward Guiding Learning and the Attitude toward Learning [1936

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    Makiguchi, Tsunesaburo

    2015-01-01

    This "From the Archives" article was originally published in Japanese in v6 n3 Mar 1936 of the Japanese-language journal "Shinkyo" (New Teachings), a periodical publication of the Soka Kyoiku Gakkai, the Society for Value-Creating Education, established by Tsunesaburo Makiguchi in 1930. This installment of "On Attitudes…

  6. Educating the Heart

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Schwartz, Sherry

    2007-01-01

    Japan's elementary and junior high schools have a formal, nationally mandated moral curriculum called Kokoro-no-kyoiku--education of the heart. Japanese educators include moral growth as an integral part of one's intellectual growth and believe that democratic societies must promote virtuous decision making. Moral education in Japan nurtures the…

  7. An Adventure around Educational Methods: Teachers' Explorations for Application of Dramatic Activities

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    Watanabe, Jun

    2011-01-01

    Over the past five and a half years starting in 2006, forty practitioners at a research group Kakutokugata Kyoiku Kenkyukai have worked toward reform in educational methodology. The purposes of their research have been to enable students to gain embodied learning experience, and to deepen and enrich their learning by introducing dramatic…

  8. Current Challenges of Kindergarten (Yochien) Education in Japan: Toward Balancing Children's Autonomy and Teachers' Intention

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    Oda, Yutaka; Mari, Mori

    2006-01-01

    Many education critics, teachers, and parents have lamented the recent poor achievement scores of Japanese school-age children, and have sought the reasons for the decline. Some critics, including the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, and Science and Technology, blame the practice known as yutori-kyoiku (literally translated as…

  9. US/Japan Seminar on Superalloys Held at Susono, Japan on 7-11 December 1984.

    DTIC Science & Technology

    2014-09-26

    OffiCe of Scientific R~search Dec. 31. 1984 Bolling Air Fotce Base, D.C. 20332 . NUMBEROfPAGES 14. MONITORING AGENCY N ME & ADDRES(If dlfferen IF I...Superalloys was held-st Fuji Kyoiku Kemshusho. Susono, Japan on December 1-11, 1984 . A delegitJof fifteen US scientists and engineers, headed by Profess s...Report to £7061 -X Grant No. APOSR-0262 Principal Investigator - N. S. Stoloff US/Japan Seminar on Superalloys December 7-11, 1984 The US/Japan Seminar

  10. New 3D seismicity maps using chromo-stereoscopy with two alternative freewares

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    Okamoto, Y.

    2011-12-01

    structures rather than the sub-ducting plate boundaries, the amazing effect is somewhat spoiled. Now, we try to render a transparent sphere model to improve it. The future task is to evaluate the three dimensional effect quantitatively. Present version of our maps has some back draws, but their simple and easier-making process is quite suitable for study in class rooms and outreach purpose, not only for geosciences study itself but also for optics study at the secondary levels. The maps described here are now available in our website (http://www.osaka-kyoiku.ac.jp/ yossi/).

  11. PREFACE: International Conference on Inverse Problems 2010

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    Hon, Yiu-Chung; Ling, Leevan

    2011-03-01

    Conference 2010, we wish to express our cordial thanks to all the keynote, plenary, and invited speakers and members of the Advisory Board. We would like to thank the City University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Mathematical Society, the K C Wong Education Foundation, the Lee Hysan Foundation, and the Wei Lun Foundation for their generous financial support. Particularly, we wish to thank Miss Lonn Chan for her excellent administrative work in making all the arrangements for the conference. March 2011Yiu-Chung Hon, City University of Hong Kong, HKSARLeevan Ling, Hong Kong Baptist University, HKSAR Invited Keynote SpeakerH Thomas Banks, North Carolina State University, USA Invited Plenary SpeakersRyuichi Ashino, Osaka Kyoiku University, JapanAndrea Caponnetto, City University of Hong Kong, HKSARJeng-Tzong Chen, National Taiwan Ocean University, TaiwanHiromichi Itou, Gunma University, JapanHyeonbae Kang, Inha University, South KoreaMichael Klibanov, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USAKim Knudsen, Technical University of Denmark, DenmarkRainer Kress, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, GermanyJérôme Le Rousseau, University of Orleans, FranceChang-Ock Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South KoreaGui-Rong Liu, University of Cincinnati, USAShuai Lu, Fudan University, ChinaFadil Santosa, University of Minnesota, USATomoya Takeuchi, North Carolina State University, USAXiang Xu, Zhejiang University, ChinaJun Zou, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HKSAR Invited SpeakersMohamed Abdel-Mooty, The American University in Cairo, EgyptKrishna Agarwal, National University of Singapore, SingaporeHui Cao, Sun Yat-sen University, ChinaWen Chen, Hohai University, ChinaJin Cheng, Fudan University, ChinaLian Duan, University of Oxford, UKMeibao Ge, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, ChinaRalf Hielscher, TU Chemnitz, GermanyGuanghui Hu, Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS), GermanyKiwan Jeon, National Institute for Mathematical