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タイトル: 地理教育における領土教育の重要性(第2報)―大学生を対象とした2018年及び2016年の認識調査結果の比較考察から―
その他のタイトル: The Importance of Territorial Education in Geography Education (Second Report): Comparison Between the Survey on the Territorial Recognition of University Students in 2016 and 2018
著者: 深見, 聡
著者(別表記) : Fukami, Satoshi
発行日: 2018年10月31日
出版者: 全国地理教育学会 / The Japan Association for Geographical Education
引用: 地理教育研究, 23, pp.29-38; 2018
抄録: In this thesis, we discussed the role of Geography Education on Territorial Education and its challenges based on the characteristics of citizenship and Geography Education through the formation of space recognition. Specifically, we compared the questionnaire survey research on territorial recognition subjecting university students form previous time (2016) and in 2018.As a result, unlike the previous research, there was a significant difference in the ratio of correct answer for the location and reason for the possession depending on whether they took "geography" in high school. On the other hand, there was no large difference between Territorial Education and interest level but it shows overall decrease in the ratio of correct answer which indicates the necessity for improvement in the future. In 2022, Chiri Sogo (geography) will be mandatory in high school so it is necessary to enhance the content of the lesson based on the usefulness and challenges in dealing with Territorial Education that we grasp quantitatively in this research.
キーワード: 領土教育 / 学習指導要領 / 地理総合 / 竹島 / 尖閣諸島 / 公民的資質 / Territorial Education / Education Ministry guidelines / Chiri Sogo / Takeshima / Senkaku Islands / Citizenship
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/38701
ISSN: 18826202
権利: ©全国地理教育学会
資料タイプ: Journal Article
原稿種類: author
出現コレクション:070 学術雑誌論文

引用URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/38701



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