明治後期の地方の幼稚園間の参照関係に関する研究 : 楠品次による広島女学校附属幼稚園への着目経緯を事例として
A Study on the Reference Relations among Regional Kindergartens in the Meiji Era : By focusing on the case of Shinaji Kusunoki's reference to the Hiroshima Jogakkou Kindergarten
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Hiroshima Jogakkou Kindergarten was established by the mission of Methodist Episcopal Church, South in 1892. The curriculum of the kindergarten already acquired reputations as "New style American kindergarten" at Meiji era. By examining the addresses held by Shinaji Kusunoki (1870-unknown), educational inspector of Osaka City Hall, and by examining the contents of the letter sent from Osaka City Hall to the kindergarten, and the letter sent from Shinaji Kusunoki to the director of the kindergarten,Kurako Zusho, this research reveals the reason of Osaka's attention on the kindergarten.
From the letter sent by Osaka City Hall, The reason for the reference to the kindergarten that they were looking for new curriculum was founded. After giving the speech which refer to the Hiroshima Jogakkou Kindergarten, Kusunoki went to the kindergarten actually, and borrowed two notes of curriculums. Though, in 1909, Kusunoki and Osaka city hall has intense curiosity on the curriculum of the kindergarten, no rule for kindergarten in Osaka city was revised. Within the existing historical documents, however, those notice were the oldest example of paying attention on the sequence of the contents in the Keihanshin region.
Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 3, Education and human science
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