<実践報告>対話型事例シナリオによる教員養成型PBL教育 [in Japanese] <Papers>PBL Education of Teacher Training Using Interactive Case Scenario [in Japanese]
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As it is possible for students of education universities who can enter into actual teaching practice from an early stage in their training, it may seem that there is no need to use the case scenario. In recent years, however, many serious problems have arisen with newly appointed teachers, as the actual school experience is too difficult for them to handle. They must therefore be trained through virtual experiences, using interactive cenarios. There in lies the necessity for increased virtual training. When creating an interactive case scenario of a problem that may occur in the educational field, it becomes especially difficult to assume a clear objective and to imagine the processes leading to the problem's resolution. It is required that we should follow up a clue to solve the problem viewing from various angles. In response to this problem, we propose an interactive case scenario, in lieu of a conventional case scenario. When using the interactive case scenario, learners can approach the essence of the event (where the problem is) through dialog with others. In such case, it is very important to display guiding questions, so as to clarify the functions and structures. We therefore elaborated an interactive case scenario and tried it many times. We here report the analytical results of those endeavors.
京都大学高等教育研究 (19), 13-24, 2013-12-01