Vol. 63-1 May 2020
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 63(1).
Shintaro MURATA, Tomoko NAGATA(2020). Clarification of Objectives and the Corresponding Evaluation Methods Using the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy: “Relationship with Family, Home and Community” field in the Course of Study Industrial Arts and Home Economics Field in Junior High School on the Subject of “Acquire the Following Knowledge”. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 63(1),p.14.
Emiko ISHIJIMA(2020). Developing a Problem-Solving Cooking Class Program to Encourage Behaviors Reducing Household Food Waste. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 63(1),p.26.
Vol. 63-2 August 2020
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 63(2).
Yuko KOBAYASHI, Tomoko NAGATA(2020). Effectiveness of a Cooking Recipe Site for Middle School Home Economics Menu Planning Lessons : The Use of Emergency Food Stocks in Preparation for a Disaster, 63(2),p.68.
Kyoko OHISHI, Natsuko MITO, Kuniko SUGIYAMA(2020). Formulation of “Standard of Nutrition Intake Criteria for Six Food Groups: Revised Edition”, 63(2),p.78.
Vol. 63-3 November 2020
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 63(3).
Takako KOSHIMIZU(2020). Using ICT Model of Simultaneous Learning Based in Theory of Planned Behavior Diagram : Research of Home Economics Teachers, 63(3),p.109.
Hiroko ONOSE(2020). Citizenship Education in a Sustainable Development Society : Applying the League of Nations’ Solidarity Theory to Home Economics-related ESD, 63(3),p.121.
Yukari IINO, Hiroko OGAWA, Shoko IBUKA, Kyoko KANEKO(2020). Class Practiced by Knowledge Constructive Jigsaw Method Including Experiments at an Elementary School for Improving Pupils’ Scientific Comprehension in Housing Learning of Home Economics: Activities Connecting Fundamental Principles and Pupils’ Experience Concerning Indoor Environment, 63(3),p.133.
Xiaomin WEI, Noriko KISHI , Akihito TAKEYOSHI, Akiko SUZUKI(2020). Comparative Analysis of Sewing on a Button Lessons in Chinese and Japanese Elementary Schools, 63(3),p.144.
Vol. 63-4 February 2021
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 63(4).
Yukiko SATO(2021). Treatment of Housework in Home Economics Education : Relationship with Social Issues and the Government Policies, 63(4),p.190.
Yukiko SATO(2021). Points for Consideration in Teaching Home Economics in Elementary School in Collaboration with “Morals as a Special Subject”: Analysis of Teaching Materials for “Family Love and Enriching Family Life” Unit, 63(4),p.202.
Takuya NIHASHI, Ruriko YAMAZAKI, Etsuko SAKADUME, Marina OKI, Haruk YUUKI(2021). Practice of Learning About Older People in Home Economics in Junior High School : Incorporating Problem Solving Learning, 63(4),p.214.
Yuka SAKAMOTO(2021). Consumer Education in Home Economics for 18-Year-Olds Attaining Adulthood : An Empirical Analysis of the Factors Influencing Consumer Trouble, 63(4),p.224.
Hiroko ONOSE(2021). Home Economics Education Guaranteeing Children’s Rights of Life and Independence : From the Content Analysis of Japanese Government Report and the Concluding Observations Based on SDGs of the United Nations’ Committee on the Rights of the Child, 63(4),p.236.
Yuko KOBAYASHI , Tomoko NAGATA(2021).
Developing Learning Materials to Make a Cloth Bag: Pre-Study Tote Bag Production in Elementary School Home Economics, 63(4),p.246.