The Japan Association of Home Economics Education

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Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education


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Vol.60    
Vol.60-1 May 2017
   


*Serial* Home Economics Education in Japan


This serial focuses on the characteristics and current issues surrounding home economics education in Japan, while also providing a historical perspective.This serial began from Vol.56-4 in Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education.

(1) Arai, Noriko (2014). Home Economics as Citizenship Education in Japan: The Creative Challenge of Curriculum and Practice. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 56(4), p.228-233.

(2) Akatsuka, Tomoko (2014). Learning Harnessed in Information and Human Service Society. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(1), p.52-54.

(3) Tatano, Michiko (2014). The Basis for Family Education, Home Economics Education. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(2), p.124-126.

(4) Suzuki, Yoko (2014). Food & Nutrition Education in Home Economics Education. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3), p.238-241.

(5) Nao TAKAGI (2015). The Driving Force of a Gender-Equal Society. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(4) , P311-314.

(6) Misako KUWAHATA, Ayako WATANABE (2015) .Learning about Life Culture in Home Economics : Its Inheritance and Creation. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 58(1) , P42-47.

(7) Keiko ITO(2015). Foundational Learning for Career and Economic Life in Home Economics Education. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education. 58(2). P116-118.

(8) Rie IMOTO(2015). Home Economics Education to Nurture the Leaders of a Sustainable Society. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education. 58(3). P172-176.

(9) Midori OTAKE(2015). Home Economics Education for Societies Securing Work-Life Balance (WLB). Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education. 58(4). P260-263.

(10) Miho KAWAMURA(2016). Japanese Home Economics Education‘Kateika’: All Children Love It. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education. 59(1).P46-48.

(11) Yoko OKA(2016). Home Economics Education Sustaining the Development of Children. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education. 59(2).P111-113.

(12) Yuki YANO(2016). Home Economics Education Inculcates Independence. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education. 59(3).P162-164.

(13) Kazue MOCHIZUKI(2017). Citizenship Education and Home Economics Education toward Gender Equality Society: Promoting Female Economic and Political Participation in Japan. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education. 59(4).P237-240.


Books


Home Economics Education in JAPAN 2012
Front Cover i-ii
Class Practice &Textbooks of Home Economics iii-v
Contents vii-viii
Foreword ix-x
Preface xi-xii
1 Japanese School Education System and Home Economics 1-10
2 Home Economics Education in the 2008 & 2009 Course of Study 11-22
3 The Advancement of Home Economics Education in Post-war Era 23-37
4 Home Economics Education and Issues in Contemporary Living 38-51
5 Class Practice of Home Economics 52-68
6 The Survey and Research Regarding Home Economics Education in Japan 69-80
7 Home Economics Teacher Training in Higher Education of Japan 81-91
COURSE OF STUDY FOR ELEMNTARY SCHOOL HOME ECONOMICS 2008 92-94
COURSE OF STUDY FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HOME ECONOMICS FIELD IN TECHNOLOGY & HOME ECONOMICS 2008 95-97
COURSE OF STUDY FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL HOME ECONOMICS 2009 98-108


Poster Presentation


・IFHE 2012 July Poster(PDF:2.37MB)
Revitalization of Investigative Activities by Independent Projects:Case of Japan Association of Home Economic Education’s “The Research Projects on Contemporary Issues”

・IFHE Leadership Meeting 2014 February Poster(PDF:962KB)
How we teach solidarity between young and elderly citizens for future multigenerational living