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  • 1. -Communication among students out of class in practice of school volunteer- Toshiya TAHARA Graduate School of Kansai University Osaka, Japan
  • 2. Overview
    • Introduction
    • Method
    • Results
    • Discussion
    • Conclusion
    • References
  • 3. Introduction -Japanese teacher training-1/2
    • Lack of experience at field of education
      • pre-service training
      • lecture-based training
    • The central council pointed out
    • Japanese teacher recruit system
    • Experience-based training
  • 4. Introduction -Japanese teacher training-2/2
    • Changing lecture-based training
    • Report of central council
    • Yonezawa’s report (2008)
      • problems of pre-service training
      • gave some examples
    • Required to enhance experience
  • 5. Introduction -School Volunteer-1/5
    • Activity of complement the experience
    • Activity which teacher training course students practice as school volunteer
    • The purpose of school volunteer
      • to enrich experience about education
      • to cultivate their power of execution
  • 6. Introduction -School Volunteer-2/5
    • Long-term activities for experience
    • Himeno’s research (2006)
      • grasped learning effects
      • how to proceed class and how to approach children’s failure
      • ways of thinking such as responsibility and style of teaching
    • enhance experience at field of education
  • 7. Introduction -School Volunteer-3/5
    • Researches about the students’ learning effect regarding communication
    • Research of Matsuura (2003)
      • from the relationship between students and children
    • Research of Himeno (2006)
      • from class with teacher
  • 8. Introduction -School Volunteer-4/5
    • Research of communication among students
    • Huruya and Irie’s research (2008)
      • Tell the experience to new students
    • Learn from the relationship of participants
  • 9. Introduction -School Volunteer-5/5
    • Less research about communication out of class
    • Learning from out of class
    • Communication among students
  • 10. Introduction -Practice of Akutagawa High-1/2
    • Osaka, Japan
    • Collaborate with Kansai University
    • Information study
    • Planning, practice and evaluate
    • Two years from 3 rd year student to 4 th year student
  • 11. Introduction -Practice of Akutagawa High-2/2
    • Student meeting
    • Teacher meeting (T-M)
    • Mailing list (ML)
    • Communication in out of class
  • 12. Method -Purpose of this research-
    • How to communicate among students in out of class
    • Discussion of learning from communication
  • 13. Method -Participants-
    • Teacher training course students of Kansai University
    • Nine students (3rd: four, 4 th : five)
    • Major: Informatics
    • Subject: Information study
  • 14. Method -Materials & Procedure (T-M)-
      • Conversation from recorded movie and audio data and field notes from May 2011 to June 2011
      • Transcription from audio data
      • Coding and categorize
      • Coding again
  • 15. Method -Materials & Procedure(ML)-
      • Sending text from February 2011 to June 2011
      • Coding and categorize
      • Coding again
  • 16. Result
      • Twenty categories from T-M
      • Eighteen categories from ML
  • 17. Result -Teacher Meeting- Moderate/support Preparation of class Reflection of class or past Things and word Improvement Charge of student Lecture, advise and explanation Rule in school volunteer Ability or skill for children Schedule, deadline and timetable Understanding of children College tour Learning process for children Seminar for PTA Rule and condition for children Whispering and chatting Class planning How to talk, attitude to talk Teaching materials other
  • 18. Result -Mailing list- Upload teaching materials (for Meeting) Upload class planning (for Meeting) Upload teaching materials (for Class) Upload class planning (for Class) Setting meeting System among students Record of proceedings Study meeting and seminar Absence and tardiness contact Discussion about class Teacher talk Fixed contact Communication with drinking Name card Timetable Leadership System among teachers other
  • 19. Discussion -Teacher Meeting-
      • I’m still working
  • 20. Discussion -Mailing list-
      • I’m still working
  • 21. Conclusion
      • I’m still working
  • 22. References
  • 23. Q & A
  • 24. Thank you for making this day necessary! - Yogi Berra Toshiya TAHARA Kansai University [email_address] Thank you!