Departmental Bulletin Paper 性の多様性に関する教育実践の国際比較
セイ ノ タヨウセイ ニ カンスル キョウイク ジッセン ノ コクサイ ヒカク
International Comparison of Educational Practices on Sexual and Gender Diversities

戸口, 太功耶  ,  葛西, 真記子

30pp.65 - 74 , 2016/02 , 鳴門教育大学地域連携センター , Center for Collaboration in Community, Naruto University of Education
This study aimed to reveal the uniqueness of Japanese educational practices in the field of sexual diversity and to explore the applicability of foreign practices to the Japanese educational system. Reports on actual practices and the related policies of Japan, Netherlands, and the United States, Scotland, and Canada were reviewed for the accessibility of their documents online as well as for their advancement in the field. Elements such as 1) critical thinking training, 2) knowledge acquisition, 3) improvement of skills and attitude, and 4) understanding of real experiences were found to constitute Japanese educational practices. Foreign practices were unique in their promotion of engagement in the classroom or school environment to facilitate the involvement of related people as allies. In short, the uniqueness of Japanese educational practices lay in the promotion of the understanding of sexual and gender diversity, and the applicability of foreign education practices was found relevant to the approach to the environment within and outside of the school.

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