Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 3, Education and human science
Issue 64
Date of Issue:2015-12-18
current number
ISSN : 1346-5562
Publisher : Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University
An Analysis of Academic Achievement Policies by the Municipal Boards of Education
PP. 1 - 10
Changes of Department Structures in Japanese Private Universities : An analysis of influence of demography and industrial structure
Yamasaki Hirotoshi Ito Kazunori Sakuda Ryozo Mizuno Kou
PP. 11 - 20
PP. 21 - 28
Current Status and Issues of Women’s Education in India : A case study of women’s education in Birbhum, West Bengal
PP. 29 - 36
How University-based Teacher Educators should be? : Regarding“Practical-Teaching-Skills” and expectations for teacher educators with teaching experience at school
Okamura Miyuki Soma Munetane Isemoto Dai Masaki Haruka
PP. 37 - 46
Reforms in the Chinese Elementary Teacher Education : The impact of National Teacher Education Curriculum Standards
Gao Huizhu
PP. 47 - 56
Characteristics of School Lunch Laws and Ordinances in China : With main analysis of laws and ordinances after the 1990s
Zhang Lei
PP. 57 - 63
The Vernacular Chinese Education Consciousness of Classical Chinese Related Educators in the Early Republic of China : Take Educational Magazines as an Example
Ban Ting
PP. 65 - 74
The Structure and Significance of A. R. Luria’s Romantic Science
Matsuo Nami
PP. 75 - 83
Die verstehensorientierte Unterrichtstheorie von A. Gruschka
Matsuda Mitsuru
PP. 85 - 94
A Study on the School Leadership Program for Developing Collaborative Leader : Through a case of The Prospective Principals’ Program at Stanford University
Yamamoto Ryo
PP. 95 - 104
Can Perceived Social Support Buffer Trauma Impacts? : On the Outcome of Posttraumatic Stress Responses and Dissociative Tendencies
Ikeda Tatsuya
PP. 105 - 112
Review and Considerations for Research on Self-Pluralism and Identity Formation in Adolescence
Kitani Tomoko Okamoto Yuuko
PP. 113 - 119
Effects of an Intervention Program for Improving Coping Flexibility
Nakamura Shizuka
PP. 121 - 128
The Possibility of Using Qualitative Approaches for In-School Teachers’ Development in Early Childhood Education and Care : Focus on the KJ method and TEM
PP. 129 - 136
A Longitudinal Study of Number Line Estimation in Young Children
Uragami Moe
PP. 137 - 146
A Study of Chinese Preschool Teachers' Mental Health with a Focus on Resilience
Wang Luxi
PP. 147 - 154
Boundary Places in the Social Environment of Early Childhood Care and Education : An analysis of the teachers’ decisions to allow children to use the terrace
Sakai Aiichiro
PP. 155 - 164