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センシティブな話題とシティズンシップ教育の可能性 : 共創学部のGlobal Seminarの事例研究

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概要 This research is a case study of Global Seminar, a collaborative learning class in which Japanese and international students discuss sensitive topics together. The participants were asked to decide se...nsitive topics and conduct independent discussions. In this study, we evaluated the self-growth of Japanese students and international students using the evaluation framework of citizenship education (Byram, 2008), and explored new possibilities of citizenship education. Students voluntarily participated in the seminars such as “War and Peace”, “Meat and Deforestation”, “Prenatal diagnosis and Abortion”, “LGBT +”, “Natural Disasters and Lives”, and “Death with Dignity, Euthanasia”. The pre-learning materials were distributed to all participants by the member designated each time. They learned materials in advance and then made the discussion in the classroom. Minutes were written every time. Byram (2008) argues that intercultural citizenship education consists of five levels, two of which are “pre-political” and the other three are “political”. The former are levels where learners reflect on themselves and others critically and propose alternatives. The latter are the ones where they take action to instigate change in society and act upon as a transnational group. As a result of analyzing the minutes with the KJ method, the growth of students was reflected in the “pre-political stage” and “political stage”. We are considering of developing this educational practice and offering courses as an official course at ISI. It will not only promote the self-development of students, but also foster supranational citizenship and human resources that will lead to world peace.続きを見る

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