2007 Fiscal Year Final Research Report Summary
Comprehensive Research on International Comparison of Curriculum Transition from Vocational and Professional Education to In-company Training : Relationship between schools- universities and enterprises and its changes in the formation of vocational compentecy
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
|Allocation Type||Single-year Grants |
|Research Institution||Nagoya University |
TERADA Moriki Nagoya University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development, Professor (80197805)
MACHII Teruhisa Hokkaido University, Center for Research and Development in Higher Education, Professor (60091500)
NAGATA Kazuyuki Fukuoka University of Education, School of Education, Professor (70155935)
HORIUCHI Tatsuo Osaka City University, Graduate School of Literature and Human Sciences, Professor (40135273)
YOKOH Tsunetaka Iwate University, School of Education, Associate Professor (30220544)
SATOH Makoto Iwate University, School of Education, Associate Professor (00192097)
|Project Period (FY)
2005 – 2007
|Keywords||curriculum / vocational education / technical education / competency / career education / international information exchange / multinational|
This study tried to investigate into educational (curricular) relationships among schools/universities, career-supporting organizations, and companies in many countries and regions empirically by analyzing high school and university students "transition to work" process as formation process of competency (vocational ability development).
For the goals of the study, we seek to corporate with many researchers in foreign countries. So, the countries this study objects are Germany, French, the United Kingdom, the United States, China, Republic of Korea, and Japan.
As outcomes of this study, at the first, we have been able to construct the theoretical framework for "transition. " We often focus on only "transition between organizations" (the aspect of labor market,) but it is important to see relevance between, schools/universities and employment/companies from competency formation in learning or learning contents. In this study, we call it as "curriculum transition." Second, from the point of this view, we have found not only"complementary" relations on the aspect of competency formation, but also "conflicting" or "oppositional" relations on the aspects of social attitude formation or one's value formation in this relevance.
Research Products (9results)