小学校教員の児童生活把握状況と家庭科観(第1報) : 小学校教員の児童生活把握状況 [in Japanese] Elementary School Teachers' Awareness of Their Pupils' Life and Their Ideas about Homemaking Education (1) [in Japanese]
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As homemaking education has to be rooted in the observation of pupils' circumstances, we investigated 737 elementary school teachers in Yamaguchi Prefecture on the level of teachers' awareness of their pupils' life. The results were as follows : 1. The degree of teachers' awareness of their pupils' life depends on the age of the teacher (older teachers were found to be more aware) and on the number of pupils in a class (classes with fewer pupils had greater teacher's awareness). 2. 'Discipline' and 'watching television' were considered the most serious problems in a child's life. 3. Teacher's awareness of children's life is not related to the teacher's will to take charge of homemaking education.
- Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education
Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education 29(3), 15-19, 1986
The Japan Association of Home Economics Education