比較教育/Comparative Education 2022

  • 今学期は、ゲストスピーカーをお招きし、ネパールとトルコの教育について、お話を伺うことができました。各自のプロジェクトでは、アメリカ、イギリス、ニュージーランド、フィリピン、中国、台湾、スウェーデン、イスラエル、ロシア、日本、と様々な地域に焦点を当てました。
  • We have been able to invite guest speakers this semester and learn about education in Nepal and Turkey. Each student conducted a mini-research project focusing on the area that she/he is interested in including the United States, the UK, New Zealand, Philippines, China, Taiwan, Sweden, Israel, Russia, and Japan.

メンバー / Member

  • 蘇 亦維 / Yiwei Su
  • 三根 慧士 / Satoshi Mine 
  • 日當 公章 / Kimiaki Hinata
  • 坪井 梨紗 / Risa Tsuboi 
  • 横山 達哉 / Tatsuya Yokoyama  
  • 茶谷 力丸 / Rikimaru Chatani 
  • 野田 隼彰 / Toshiaki Noda 
  • 本間 友菜 / Yuna Homma 
  • 佐藤 綾香 / Ayaka Sato  
  • 奥谷 優太 / Yuta Okuya
  • 高橋 春香 / Haruka Takahashi  

プロジェクト / Research Projects

  • Elementary School in the US  
  • Is there really no diversity in Japanese universities?

  • English Education in the Philippines

  • How can we make Japanese education better? -Comparative Study of Japan and United Kingdom-     

  • What can Japan learn from Educational Policy in New Zealand?

  • Comparative study of university entrance examination in East Asia  

  • Education in Sweden

  • Understanding of Early Childhood Education System in Israel  
  • Education in Russia: Historical Background, Diversity, and National Identity

  • Education in Taiwan
  • Are Hedge Fund Managers in the UK more interpretivism? – focusing on the educational philosophy in the UK and the US-

メンバーの声 / Member’s Voice

I learned from this class that it is useful to compare two countries in order to understand the two more deeply. However, at the same time, it is difficult to choose two countries appropriate to compare because it might lead to misunderstandings.

Before taking this class, I had not thought deeply about education. I learned the details about the differences of the education system between the US and Japan when doing research about my final project. I also learned about Nepal’s education system from the presentation from the guest speaker. I had no knowledge about Nepal’s educational system, so it was really interesting. In class, there were times for group discussions, so it was fun and interesting to speak with other students and listen to opinions from different perspectives.

I am so glad I was able to take this class. I learned many new things, met new students, and was able to use English. The class environment was very comfortable, so I was able to say my opinion. The way Professor Hayashi taught the class was always very precise and easy to understand.