授業における規律指導と自己規律の形成に関する一考察 : コルン（Korn, C.）によるDisziplinの問題史的考察を手がかりに授業における規律指導と自己規律の形成に関する一考察 : コルン（Korn, C.）によるDisziplinの問題史的考察を手がかりにAA11625039 A Study on the Teaching of Discipline and the Formation of Self-discipline in Lessons: Korn’s Historical Study of the Problem of Discipline
The purpose of this paper is to clarify the significance of the teaching of discipline for the formation of self-discipline. This is done by looking at recent teaching trends for discipline, namely the historical study of the German word Disziplin by Korn, a German educationalist. Korn, stating that the term Disziplin derives from the Latin word disciplina, pointed out that the term represents the unity of the subject and the conduct of learners. While Disziplin was previously understood as a conduct such as control, and Korn now states that the meaning of Disziplin denotes the separation of the subject from the conduct of the learners. To understand Disziplin as a unified meaning, Korn reconstructed the teaching of Disziplin by means of Hönigswald and Petzelt’s educational theory. Furthermore, the significance of his concept is to reconstruct the teaching of discipline by means of historical study and to indicate the possibilities of rethinking the current situation regarding discipline such as “zero-tolerance policing” and so on. However, Korn’s concept is problematic in that it does not focus on the subject.