Departmental Bulletin Paper 特別支援学校の性教育における指導内容と児童生徒に期待する姿
Expected Images of Pupils or Students, Achievement Goal in Sexuality Education in Special Support Schools

古賀, 精治  ,  御手洗, 沙織

37 ( 1 )  , pp.115 - 128 , 2015-04 , 大分大学教育福祉科学部
This study investigated the current status of sexuality education in special support schools. I conducted analysis on relationships between instructional contents and goals teachers expected their students to achieve. The survey was conducted with 234 teachers who work in seven special support schools. The following results were obtained. (1)As regards instruction contents, it was found that the teachers often conduct sexuality education as "the instruction of daily life", such as "'appearance" and "cleanliness of the body". Also, it was also found that instructional contents became diverse as their grades advanced. (2)As for the image of pupils or students the teachers expect to have, "those who have good relationships with people around them" was preferred. This suggests that sexuality education in special support schools attaches great importance to interpersonal relationships. (3)Regarding relationships between instructional contents and the image of pupils or students, the teachers were found to have diferent images depending on the faculty which they teach at, even though teaching the same content.

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