Departmental Bulletin Paper インクルーシブ教育における実践的思想とその技法 : 大阪市立大空小学校の教育実践を手がかりとして
Practical Theory and Art in Inclusive Education : Focusing on the Practice of Osaka City Municipal Ozora Elementary School

小国, 喜弘  ,  木村, 泰子  ,  江口, 怜  ,  高橋, 沙希  ,  二見, 総一郎

55pp.1 - 28 , 2016-03-31 , 東京大学大学院教育学研究科 , The Graduate School of Education, University of Tokyo , 東京大学大学院教育学研究科基礎教育学コース
The purpose of this paper is to discuss theory and art in Inclusive Education (referred to as “Full Inclusion” in the United States) within regular classes or at regular schools, by focusing on the practice of Osaka City Municipal Ozora Elementary School, which is known to utilize Inclusive Education. Section 1, entitled “Explaining Ozora Elementary School,” was written by Yasuko Kimura, the former principal of the school. In section 2, we discuss the history of the movement towards Inclusive Education in Japan, which began in the 1970s. In section 3, we discuss details pertaining to teachers’ value of human rights in daily school life. In section 4, we outline the kinds of techniques that must be acquired by teachers who work in Inclusive Education schools.

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