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タイトル: 歴史的事象を現代の問題解決に応用する力を育成する教材のデザインと評価
Designing and Evaluating the Educational Materials which would Allow High School Students to Apply Historical Events in World History to the Problem Solving in Modern
著者: 池尻, 良平
藤本, 徹
椿本, 弥生
山内, 裕平
アブストラクト: Recently observers have pointed to the significance of the study of history as a source of alternative solutions to contemporary social problems. Nevertheless, effective learning methods and teaching materials to achieve that goal have not been produced. The objective of this research paper was to design and evaluate the card game which would allow high school students to apply the historical events of various famous individuals in world history to the creation of policies capable of revitalizing Japan’s economy. Verification of the learning effectiveness of these educational materials revealed that after their use the number of policies offered by the students to invigorate Japan’s economy increased after the play. That was especially true for policies addressing the problem from cultural and social perspectives. Furthermore, it was demonstrated that the game rules helped them to create policies adapting historical events to the modern context. Especially noteworthy factors promoting this change were the remembering of existing knowledge connected to the policy themes through the use of educational media and the establishment of connections between the policy themes and existing knowledge. Keywords: Historical Learning, Card Type Educational Materials, Analogy, Transfer, Gaming, Collaborative Learning
研究業績種別: 原著論文/Original Paper
資料種別: Journal Article
査読有無: あり/yes
単著共著: 共著/joint
発表雑誌名,発表学会名など: 教育メディア研究
巻: 19
号: 1
開始ページ: 1
終了ページ: 12
年月日: 2012年
出現コレクション:椿本 弥生

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