The Changes to the Teaching Methods and the ICT Utilization Status observed in Japan’s National Scholastic Ability Improvement Projects
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Oyanagi, W., Yoshizaki, S., Kihara, T., Takahashi, J. & Mizukoshi, T. (2010). The Changes to the Teaching Methods and the ICT Utilization Status observed in Japan’s National Scholastic Ability Improvement Projects. In Z. Abas et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2010 (pp. 714-724). AACE.
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This presentation details Japan’s national projects designed to improve students’ scholastic ability (‘Scholastic Ability Improvement Project Targeting Frontier Schools,’ ‘Scholastic Ability Improvement Project Targeting Base Schools’ and ‘Scholastic Ability Improvement Field Research Project’) which have been carried out under the leadership of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. These projects have been undertaken over three designated terms since the Fiscal 2002 with one of them currently being underway. In order to identify the current challenges, this presentation analyzes the issues that have been occasionally faced by the participating schools and the changes to schools’ focal points when carrying out the necessary measures. To be more specific, this presentation aims to reveal the present issues faced by schools that have been endeavoring to improve students’ scholastic ability over the last eight years.
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