教養としての設計科学教育  [in Japanese] Education of the Sciences of the Artificial as Liberal Arts  [in Japanese]

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<p> In general education or liberal arts education in universities, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences are taught as a main stream curriculum. On the other hand, teaching of generic skills such as problem solving has been also required recently. However, these two goals are not sufficiently con- sistent. Tamito Yoshida has proposed "designing science" considering current sciences as "cognizing science." From this point of view, in general education from primary school to universities has been focusing on "cognizing science," and is trying to introduce teaching of generic skills without paying attention to "designing science." In this paper, the author points out this situation and proposes intro- duction of "designing science" in general education as well as vocational education considering change of the society.</p>

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  • Social and Economic Systems Studies: The Journal of the Japan Association for Social and Economic Systems Studies

    Social and Economic Systems Studies: The Journal of the Japan Association for Social and Economic Systems Studies 36(0), 91-98, 2015

    The Japan Association for Social and Economic Systems Studies

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