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  [in Japanese] 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  [in Japanese]

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近年,歴史学習の意義として現代の社会問題に対するオルタナティブな解決策を発想する力を育成できる可能性があることが指摘されているが,その学習方法の確立および学習を支援する教材の開発はされていない。そこで本研究では高校生を対象に,世界史における多様な人物が関与した歴史的事象を現代の日本の経済を活性化させる政策の生成に応用する力を育成するカードゲーム教材をデザインし,評価した。教材の学習効果を検証した結果,本教材の使用後に生徒が考えた政策数が増加し,特に文化的な観点と社会的な観点からの政策数が増加することが示された。また,本教材によって生徒が歴史と現代の文脈的差異を意識しながら,歴史的事象を現代の文脈における政策へと変容させる活動を行う傾向も示された。また教育メディアによる政策テーマと関連した既有知識の想起と接続が変容を促す要因になることが示唆された。

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 there membering 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.

Journal

  • Japnese Journal of Educational Media Research

    Japnese Journal of Educational Media Research 19(1), 1-12, 2012

    Japan Association for Educational Media Study

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110009624252
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA11144471
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    1340-9352
  • NDL Article ID
    024396580
  • NDL Call No.
    Z7-B545
  • Data Source
    NDL  NII-ELS  J-STAGE 
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