国際バカロレアとの比較をとおしてみた高等学校教育課程の現状と問題点 [in Japanese] Problems with the Current High School Curriculum in Japan from a Perspective of the Comparison with International Baccalaureate [in Japanese]
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The paper is an attempt to examine problems with the current high school curriculum focusing on students' common learning experiences from a perspective of the comparison with International Baccalaureate Diploma Program(IBDP), which has built an international standard status in the quality assurance of upper secondary education. As a conclusion, the paper suggests, although high school curriculum and IBDP have much in common, high schools need to set a common learning experience as an integrating core of its curriculum, as IBDP does in the form of the three core requirements including the "Creativity, Activity, and Service" for students to learn what is meaningful for their future life.
教育学研究論集 -(7), 27-34, 2012-03