占領下の日本における家庭科教育の成立と展開(XIX) : 高等学校家庭科教育政策の評価(その1)
The Establishment and Development of Homemaking Education in Japan under the Occupation(XIX) -Evaluation about the Homemaking Education Policy in Upper Secondary Schools(Part 1)-
The purpose of this report was to grasp the evaluation about the homemaking education policy in upper secondary schools under the occupation by the examination of educational documents. The following points became clear as a result of the investigation. 1) According to the questionaire on homemaking education in 114 upper secondary schools surveyed by Hokkaido Educational Institute in 1955, 71.70f these schools executed home project and 63.227777706260f these ones implemented Future Homemaker of Japan. These percent were regarded as low values by the Institute. 2) The same questionaire showed that 32.126651125000f these schools provided unit kitchens. The report of this questionaire indicated that unit kitchen was not extended beyond expectation owing to the high cost. 3) As “General Homemaking" had problems with regard to the form of completion and many credits, homemaking teachers were worried about these ones. 4) Although “General Homemaking" had some problems, home project method, FHJ and unit kitchen was accepted as new education.
Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education
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