||高等学校専門学科における職業能力形成 : 工業高等学校機械科の教育課程に即して
A Study on the Development of the Vocational Abilities in Technical High Schools; Focusing on the Curriculum for Department of Mechanics
石田, 正治ISHIDA, Shoji
27 , 2016-02-23 , 名古屋大学大学院教育発達科学研究科職業・キャリア教育学研究室
This study aims to clarify the relevance between vocational ability needed by industrial society and the formal curriculum for departments of mechanics. According to the report on school basics survey of Ministry of Education, the rate of employment of the technical high school graduates in March, 2015, is 66.3% and it is second higher level than other vocational schools (highest rate is for fisheries department, 66.6%). The author defines three categories, "technical knowledge", "technical skill", and "work preparation and planning" as elements for vocational ability. The author considers contents of the vocational and technical education of the department of mechanics. As the results of analyses, Terada's theory on "the lack of curriculum transition for vocational education and training in Japan" (2014) is applicable in the aspect of "work preparation and planning". In vocational and technical education, there are some problems for the improvement of the high school vocational school education. In this study, the author points out concerning some challenges of the development of the vocational ability in the case of the department of mechanics. As the next task, we have to examine the relationship between vocational ability to let students acquire and vocational courses, curriculum in other departments such as subjects such as commercial, agricultural etc.