Family Narrative支援活動 : 「未来の君に贈るビデオレター作成WS」のデザインと実践(<特集>情報化社会におけるインフォーマルラーニング)  [in Japanese] Designing and Evaluating the Activity which Supports Family Narratives : Workshop of Making Video Letter for the Future Child(<Special Issue>Informal Learning in the Information Society)  [in Japanese]

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Abstract

子どものNarrative Skillの発達には,家族としてのNarrative(Family Narrative:FN)が重要な役割を果たすという.親自身が家族としての経験の意味づけを家族内コミュニケーションにおいて行っていくことが,子どものNarrative Skillにおけるストーリーの意味づけの行為に影響する.本研究では,Family Narrative Consortiumが作成した指標を手がかりに,Digital Storytellingを活用した家族内コミュニケーションの活動をデザインし,FN向上の支援を行った.実証実験の結果,活動により,FNの向上が観察された.一貫性とインタラクションが特に向上した家族には,相手の発言を受け止め,意見を出し合いながらテーマに対する家族の意味を構築している様子がみられた.また,この活動自体の家族にとっての意味を考え,ワークシートの記述を詳細に行っていた.

Family narratives play an important role in developing young children's narrative skills. In this regard, parents should give constructive meaning to family experiences by encouraging communication within the family and explaining the meaning of events so that children can learn from them. In this study, the authors referred to the Family Narrative Consortium's indexes to design a family communication activity that aimed to improve family narratives using a digital storytelling technique. An analysis showed that it was possible to improve family narratives through this activity. Spouses in each family interacted with each other on the basis of the theme set by the family and deeply considered the meaning of "family" through active discussion. They also thought about the significance of the activity for the family and noted down in detail what they thought and felt on worksheets prepared by the author. These worksheets also had some questions on the participants' families, children, and lives.

Journal

  • Japan Journal of Educational Technology   [List of Volumes]

    Japan Journal of Educational Technology 37(3), 229-239, 2013-11-20  [Table of Contents]

    Japan Society for Educational Technology

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110009684854
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA11964147
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    13498290
  • NDL Article ID
    025083359
  • NDL Call No.
    Z7-904
  • Data Source
    NDL  NII-ELS  J-STAGE 
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