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Title: 「総合的な学習の時間」の道徳教育としての意義 ―地域調査活動を中心として―
Other Titles: Significance of The Period for Integrated Studies as Moral Education: Focusing on Local Surveys in Experience Activity Learning
Authors: 鑓水, 浩
Yarimizu, Hiroshi
Keywords: 道徳教育
moral education
Ethics class
The Period for Integrated Studies
experience activity learning
local survey activities
traditional social group
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2021
Publisher: 育英大学・育英短期大学
Citation: 育英大学研究紀要 3, 1-13, 2021
Abstract:  From the perspective of social conditions in recent years, moral education is becoming more important. However, the Ethics class in the classroom is not enough to end the thought experiment and develop morality. Therefore, it is important to combine it with experience activity learning in the time of The Period for Integrated Studies. Provided, not all experience activity learning is suitable, and it is important to survey the local area of the student. The reason is that traditional communities have been established with the cooperation of all the people who live there , and has naturally developed morality through various activities. However, in modern society, the connections between people in the community have become weaker, and the function of fostering their morality has diminished. By publishing the results of a junior high school studentʼs survey on the local community as an article in a local newspaper and using it as a material for the Ethics class, it is clearly shown that experience activity learning in The Period for Integrated Studies has significance as moral education.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/13602
ISSN: 2434-6292
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