中国高級中学の教育課程にみる多様化策 : 江蘇省の大学入試改革との関連に注目して [in Japanese] The Diversification Policy of Senior High School Curriculum in China : From the point of college entrance examination in Jiangsu Province [in Japanese]
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This paper discusses how 'character education' and 'hole development in education,' which are the key words of the curriculum reform of recent China, have been made the best use of the college entrance examination process of Jiangsu Province as case study. In other words, it tries to clarify where the point of the college entrance examination reform in recent years is from the point of senior high school curriculum issues. The following three points are clarified by the main discourse. First, the diversification of the curriculum means an increase of the number of subjects and an increase in the optional subjects. 'Character education' is to cover such diversified contents firmly although every day classes tend possibly to be biased to 'college examination subjects' such as 'foreign language' or 'mathematics.' It is necessary to synchronize with the college entrance examination to bear fruit, and, in fact, the number of examination subjects has been increased actually in Jiangsu Province. Secondly, it is more influential to decrease the number of the examination subjects for reducing the mental burden of students. In this sense, it is reasonable to introduce 'integrated problem' subject to examine students' expression and judgment abilities as one strategy. Thirdly, it is possible to introduce interview and short essay examination as one idea if college sides try to evaluate 'subjectivity' valued by 'character education.' Although small number of universities introduce 'independent recruitment,' the majority do not due to the huge number of examinees. It may be true that China still emphases more wide variety of knowledge than 'subjectivity' and 'expression ability.'
- 広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第三部, 教育人間科学関連領域
広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第三部, 教育人間科学関連領域 (65), 11-18, 2016