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- 08/27/14--08:00: _ケニアにおけるマサイ女子生徒の学習動機...
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- 08/27/14--08:00: _能力開発の観点から見た留学の効果に関す...
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- 08/11/14--08:00: 戸建て住宅のエネルギー消費量に及ぼす世帯間変動と世帯内変化の影響に関する研究
- 08/11/14--08:00: 視覚特性を考慮したハイダイナミックレンジ画像の表示手法に関する研究
- 08/11/14--08:00: 引抜き試験における低強度コンクリートと丸鋼の付着性状に関する研究
- 08/11/14--08:00: メッシュフリー法を用いた板構造物の非線形解析に関する研究
- 08/18/14--08:00: Reversible Turing machines with a small number of states
- 08/18/14--08:00: Language Recognition by Reversible Partitioned Cellular Automata
- 08/20/14--08:00: Clinical significance of combined diagnosis with both surface pattern and vascular pattern, and its characteristics in each growth type of colorectal tumor. 1. Characterization of colorectal tumors using narrow-band imaging magnification: Combined diagnosis with both pit pattern and microvessel features. 2. Characteristic magnifying narrow-band imaging features of colorectal tumors in each growth type.
- 08/20/14--08:00: 法人化後の国立大学の収入変動 : 収入費目に注目して
- 08/27/14--08:00: 国際協力における理科教師研修プログラムの開発 : JICA アフガニスタン青年研修を事例として
- 08/27/14--08:00: 学校をとりまく住民の視点からみたタンザニアの教育普及 : ナムトゥンボ県キタンダ区中学校の事例を中心に
- 08/27/14--08:00: ケニアにおけるマサイ女子生徒の学習動機 : 小学校教師の役割に着目して
- 08/27/14--08:00: 能力開発の観点から見た留学の効果に関する研究 : 広島大学の留学生を事例として
- 08/27/14--08:00: 1950年代ラテンアメリカにおける初等教育普及事業と開発思想 : ユネスコ｢基幹事業｣からサンチアゴ会議へ
安藤, 元気 , 広島大学, 工学研究科 ; å¯©æ»ã®è¦æ¨ , 内容の要旨
土居, 英男 , 広島大学, 理学研究科 ; å¯©æ»ã®è¦æ¨ , 内容の要旨
渡邊, 俊介 , 広島大学, 理学研究科 ; å¯©æ»ã®è¦æ¨ , 内容の要旨
郭, 慶強 ; 内容の要約
洪, 成 , 広島大学, 工学研究科 ; å¯©æ»ã®è¦æ¨ , 内容の要旨
貞本, 将太 , 広島大学, 工学研究科 ; å¯©æ»ã®è¦æ¨ , 内容の要旨
Morita, Kenichi ; 6th Workshop on Non-Classical Models of Automata and Applications (NCMA 2014), Kassel, Germany, 28-29 July 2014
Morita, Kenichi ; 20th International Workshop on Cellular Automata and Discrete Complex Systems (AUTOMATA 2014), Himeji, Japan, 7-9 July 2014
Morita, Kenichi , Suyama, Rei ; Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation 2014 (UCNC 2014), London, Canada, 14-18 July 2014
髙田, さやか , 広島大学, 医歯薬学総合研究科 ; å¯©æ»ã®è¦æ¨ , 内容の要旨
島, 一則 ; 大学論集 no.44 page.35-48 (2013-03) ; Following the incorporation of Japans national universities, governmental block grants decreased. In response, the national universities have sought to expand their revenue streams to offset decreased governmental block grants. In that context, the purpose of this article is to clarify the income stream changes of national university corporations in Japan. The total income of all national universities, after incorporation, increased by 2.7 billion USD (2005-2011) (29.3 billion USD to 32.0 billion USD: 1USD=80.16YEN), while governmental block grants decreased by 0.8 billion USD (13.3 billion USD to 12.5 billion USD I ratio of the item against the all incomes 45%-39%). The increase in university hospital incomes is the biggest factor in the next increase (84% of the total income increase I 7.6 billion USD to 9.8 billion USD I ratio of the item against the all incomes 26% -31%). Research grants and research contracts also increased (3 .4 billion USD to 4. 7 billion USD I 11% -15% ), while tuition income decreased ( 4.2 billion USD to 4.1 billion USD I 14%-13%). Private donation income slightly increased from 0.78 billion USD to 0.83 billion USD (3% -3%). Current estimates suggest that in four years university hospital income might eclipse income from governmental block grants. In addition, it is worth noting that, unlike the United States and elsewhere, when the Japanese government decreased the block grants, tuition income decreased as well. Focusing on the individual university, there is a strong nega~ive correlation between the size of total income and the decrease in the governmental block grant. On the other hand, there is a strong positive correlation between the size of total income and the increase in university hospital incomes, research contracts income and research grants. This means that the bigger universities, in terms of total income, the bigger the decrease in block grants they received. At the same time, they received larger increases in hospital income, research contracts income and research grant , s. This means that the bigger universities, in terms of total income, the bigger the decrease in block grants they received. At the same time, they received larger increases in hospital income, research contracts income and research grant income. Only the change ratio of govemmental block grants is significantly conelated (negatively) with the size of total incomes. This means that once the size of each universitys total income is controlled, there is no clear correlation between the size of total income and the change ratio of other income, e.g., research grants income. However, the change ratio of total incomes is still positively conelated with the size of total university incomes. Above all, the size of total income of the national universities has a strong effect on the change ratio of total incomes. This means that under this financial arrangement, large and comprehensive universities have large advantages in earning money. This may pose certain risks to long term academic diversities and harmony among the national universities.
伊藤, 桂 , 広島大学, 医歯薬学総合研究科 ; å¯©æ»ã®è¦æ¨ , 内容の要旨
宮本, 秀範 , 広島大学, 理学研究科 ; å¯©æ»ã®è¦æ¨ , 内容の要旨
堀田, のぞみ , 垣内, 康孝 , 貞光, 千春 , 森, 義仁 , 清本, 正人 , 千葉, 和義 ; 国際教育協力論集 : Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.16 no.1 page.29-41 (2013-10) ; The mission of Ochanomizu University, which has a history of womens education stretching back 130 years, is to support the growth of women, regardless of nationality or age, and the development of their qualifications and skills. Ochanomizu University has been conducting the Afghanistan Women Teachers Training program on behalf of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) since FY2002. This is the tenth year of our project working to strengthen education for Afghanistan. We designed an appropriate training program for Afghanistan science teachers to improve the quality of science teaching in elementary and secondary schools. This study presents the curriculum of a professional development program for science teachers from Afghanistan containing science practices, lectures, and visiting an elementary school and Board of Education. In order to examine the effectiveness of this program, we carried out a survey using a questionnaire for 20 trained participants. The questionnaire results showed that participants felt that our program met their expectations regarding acquiring skills for ‘syllabus planning, ‘lesson planning and ‘teaching methods. Also, we found that the program has had a positive impact on the participants attitudes toward improving the quality of science teaching in elementary and secondary schools.
吉田, 和浩 ; 国際教育協力論集 : Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.16 no.1 page.117-128 (2013-10)
野村, 理絵 , 澤村, 信英 ; 国際教育協力論集 : Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.16 no.1 page.1-14 (2013-10) ; Achieving universal primary education, regardless of gender, remains a key goal in the global arena. The international community has taken stride in accomplishing this aim, one of which is giving emphasis to increased access to girls education. At times, the effort lacked paying proper attention to various influencing cultural contexts in more specific settings. Numerous studies have already presented school-aged children who were out of school, exploring the causes of being excluded from school. Still, most of these studies failed to grasp the female students desire to learn and attend school, i.e. learning motivation. This is further associated with the current arguments on issues of low learning achievement and education quality. The purpose of this study is to investigate how Maasai female students are motivated to learn in Kenyan primary schools, focusing on how teachers influence their motivation. The study was conducted in two primary schools located in a Maasai community at Narok County, through semi-structured interviews and participant observation. Furthermore, the site is traditionally male-dominated, with female circumcision and early marriage still partly practiced. Several Maasai female students are actively attending school at present. However, they are plagued with emotional distress. Their newly-generated values from school, coupled with information they come across through media, frequently conflicted with the traditional values they gained from their parents. The conflicting emotions they experienced could be caused by polarizing states of: (1) being modern or traditional, (2) being a child or an adult, and (3) following their teachers or parents. These seemed to be apparent only among girls, since once a female student chooses to be traditional, it becomes difficult for her to revert to a modern stance. On the other hand, a male student could easily shift back and forth between the traditional and modern. Teachers play significant and varying roles on Maasai female students motivation
大隅, 紀和 , 佐々木, 真理 ; 国際教育協力論集 : Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.16 no.1 page.89-107 (2013-10)
黒田, 則博 ; 国際教育協力論集 : Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.16 no.1 page.73-87 (2013-10)
江原, 裕美 ; 国際教育協力論集 : Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.16 no.1 page.15-27 (2013-10) ; In 1950s UNESCO lead regional education policy around the world. In those days so-called development thought began to have influence on educational policy in the developing world. Latin America soon got involved in such “education for development" movement and began to act on their own. How did it appear in the education sector policy in Latin America in 1950s and what did it bring in the 1960s? In Latin America the “Major Project" was established by the initiative of UNESCO to extend primary education and train more primary school teachers. During the project, UNESCO supplied technical assistance to almost all the Latin American countries and noticed immense need for capital resource to achieve the goal. In this process, education began to be seen as a pre-requisite of economic growth and “educational planning" was thought to be the most effective mean to grow the necessary manpower. Education should be planned as a whole sector and be integrated into the “national economic and social development program." This idea was especially emphasized at the Conference for Economic and Social Development and Education in Santiago, Chile. The Santiago Declaration indicated the percentage of education sector in the whole national budget and the external resource supplied by the “Alliance for Progress", which was a big step to show the importance given to education sector. But easier said than done. The problem was in the very way to make “educational planning" and to integrate it into the national development program. Also there was a movement with a different direction toward concentrating efforts on primary education sector. This article trails the interrelationship between primary education policy and development thought symbolized by “educational planning" in the 1950s and early 1960s Latin America and UNESCO.