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現在位置: ホーム ja シラバス(2020年度) 教育学研究科 【修士】臨床教育学コース 臨床教育学課題演習II

臨床教育学課題演習II

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科目ナンバリング
  • G-EDU45 58452 SJ47
開講年度・開講期 2020・後期
授業形態 課題演習
配当学年 修士
対象学生 大学院生
使用言語 日本語
曜時限 木2
教員
  • Jeremy Rappleye(教育学研究科 准教授)
授業の概要・目的 This course contemplates the potential and problems involved in the cross-cultural exchange of knowledge, thought, and ideas. It does so by focusing on the challenges that 'Japanese thought', including the ideas underpinning Clinical Pedagogy (臨床教育学), faces in travelling internationally. It also examines how some leading Japanese thinkers have received and reworked Western thought (including, but not limited to, educational ideas) since the dawn of modernity. The course seeks to move students beyond philosophy as the mere study of ideas alone, challenging them to think seriously about the social, cultural, historical, and intellectual contexts in which thought is embedded and embeds itself.
到達目標 The primary goal is for students to develop a more sophisticated understanding of the global exchange of thought, particularly as it relates to education. Currently students are being asked to 'go global', but they often lack an understand of what this really means, besides the surface level requirements of speaking English and studying abroad. This course will provide a space for students to begin contemplating the deeper questions at the heart of internationalization: Does globalization represent a true dialogue of different ideas or simply an expansion of Western monolingualism? Are there essential differences between different intellectual-philosophical-cultural traditions? Or are these merely superficial manifestations of a common set of questions facing human beings everywhere? Are we witnessing a convergence towards a single system of thought in education or the continual elaboration of differences? What prevents ideas such as those found in Clinical Pedagogy(臨床教育学), for example, from travelling more widely in the World?
授業計画と内容 Introduction (1 class)

I. Japanese Education and Thought in a Global Era (2 classes)
II. Essential Differences in Thought? (2 classes)
III. Roots of Difference: The Axial Age Thesis, Non-Axial Hypothesis (4 classes)
IV. Strategies for Overcoming: (2 classes)
V. Dangers of Essentialist Overextension (2 classes)

Conclusion: A Way Forward or Learning to be In-Between? (1 class)

(14 classes, 1 Final Session, 1 Feedback Session)
成績評価の方法・観点 【評価方法】
The Final Evaluation will be in the form of a Short Report (written in either English or Japanese).

【評価方針】
到達目標について、教育学研究科の成績評価の方針に従って評価する。
履修要件 特になし
授業外学習(予習・復習)等 Students will be expected to spend 2-3 hours preparing the readings for each week. As stated above, the average number of pages/week is 15, with some weeks more (40-50) and some weeks much less (5-6). Class discussions can be in English or Japanese, depending on the level, comfort, and goals of the students attending. The teaching style is interactive, discussion based.
教科書
  • Reading materials will be distributed by the instructor. Students do not need to purchase any additional materials. Some readings are in Japanese, most in English. The average number of pages/week is 15, with some weeks more (40-50) and some weeks much less (5-6). Class discussions can be in English or Japanese, depending on the level, comfort, and goals of the students attending. (授業時にプリントを配布する)