1997 Fiscal Year Final Research Report Summary
International comparative study of Global Education : Development Materials and curriculums conceming with Global Education
Grant-in-Aid for international Scientific Research
|University-to-University Cooperative Research
|Hyogo University of Teacher Education
KATAYAMA Chuji Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Vice President, 副学長 (30098090)
DUNLAP William P University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, School of Education, Professor, 教育学部, 教授
HOGGE James H Vanderbilt University, Peabody College, Professor, ピーボデイ教育学部, 教授
べい 漢極 大邱教育大學校, 教授
CHO Kwan-Jun Seoul National University of Education, Professor, 教授
NAKASU Masataka Hyogo University of Teacher Educarion, Center for School Education Research, Pof, 学校教育学部・センター長, 教授 (80032176)
BAE Han-Kuk Taegu National University of Education, Professor
|Project Period (FY)
1996 – 1997
|Globa Education / Education for Intenational Understanding / Environmental Education / Curriculum / Teaching Practice / Communication Network
For the second year of this research on Global Education Curriculum, many examples of implementing Global Education into k-12 curriculum had heen collected among three countries : Japan, Korea, and the United States. As concluding this series of research, researchers who involved in this project contributed to the booklet published under the title, International comparative study of Global Education : "Development the materials and curriculums conceming with Global Education."
In the report, Korean researchers described its development of Global Education in the context of history and geography education, and how the nation seeks for a new educational system which enable to foster international perspectives in Korean students.
American researchers contributed to the extensivc collection of the curriculum which includes International Business in high school Global Education Unit in middle school, and integrated curriculum contents in elementary school.
Japanese researchers had visited Korea, and had insights on how Korea and Japan can cooperatively develop their own curriculum conceming the friendly relationship between Korea and Japan. Also, others visited the United States and had observed Global Education in action : schools utilizing the internet and other multimedia tools for getting information world-wide, teacher training courses applying the international perspectives in, such as, art & dance programs for pre-service teachers.
The final report will be a fruitful resource for considering the possibility of implementing Global Education into any country's curriculum.