Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education Issue 68
2019-12-20 発行

日本における教員養成の質保証の現状と課題 : 国内の研究動向からみる今後への示唆

Current Conditions and Issues in Quality Assurance of Preservice Teacher Education in Japan: Suggestions from a Domestic Research Trend
Hamamoto, Aiko
Shiraishi, Tomoya
Kakazu, Kengo
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abstract
The actual conditions and issues of quality assurance of preservice teacher education in Japan were identified by analyzing trends in domestic studies of quality assurance. The evaluation system for future preservice teacher education was examined. Therefore, the following two results were identified: (1) Not only the development of agreed standards and the improvement of the curriculum were related to preservice teacher training, but the ways in which internal and external parties participate were also issues; (2) Collaboration between internal and external parties should be encouraged to promote autonomous quality assurance in Japan, where external institutions are slow to improve their system for assessing the quality of the university. In addition to these factors, it was suggested that investigation of quality assurance in private universities is also necessary because most previous studies and practices were implemented in public universities.
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本研究の一部は,日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(基盤B)課題研究番号JP18H0102401,研究代表者・嘉数健悟の補助を受けて行われた。
subject
preservice teacher education
quality assurance
regional partnership
autonomy
教員養成
質保証
地域連携
自律性