人権教育実践の展望と課題 : 徳島県における「集団で語り合う人権学習」の意義に関する考察 [in Japanese] The Prospects and Problems of the Practice of Human Rights Education : Consideration about the Significance of "the Human Rights Learning to Talk together in a Group" in Tokushima Prefecture [in Japanese]
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In this study, we examined the significance of "the human rights learning to talk together in a group "that had been practiced at junior high schools of Tokushima prefecture. One of the authors worked on three types of "the human rights learning to talk together in a group" for approximately 20 years and felt that students of junior high schools raised anti−sense of discrimination through talking about human rights actively. Then, this study was intended to confirm significance of these practice from the survey that how students and teachers of junior high schools in those days felt it and now how they think about it looking back on those days. From the result of the survey, we classified effects of these practices of human rights learning in the points of "eight important significance". These points were 1）"oneself",2）"you",3）"to tell",4）"to connect", 5）"learning each other", 6）"human rights", 7）"as a person and a person" and 8）"acting together". Then, it was confirmed that these practices were effective to feel the importance of these eight points, and there were various education effects. Also, it was understood that eight points were indexes to push forward human rights education effectively. We were able to extract check points to work on this practice from this result. The findings of this study contributes to practice of the future human rights education.
- 鳴門教育大学研究紀要 鳴門教育大学 編
鳴門教育大学研究紀要 鳴門教育大学 編 33, 199-214, 2018
Naruto University of Education