Asian Journal of Human Services
Online ISSN : 2188-059X
Print ISSN : 2186-3350
ISSN-L : 2186-3350
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Issues of Specific Educational Curriculum Development for Resource Rooms and Special Needs Classes in Japanese High Schools
Mitsuyo SHIMOJOHaruna TERUYAAiko KOHARAChangwan HAN
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2018 Volume 15 Pages 76-84

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The objective of this study was to clarify the issues related to the establishment of School with Resource Rooms and special needs classes and the specific education curriculum development issues in high schools. For this purpose, using Scale C3, data will be collected from the perspective of career education in high schools, and issues based on data will be clarified. Comparison of self-assessment and teacher-assessment there was a discrepancy in some scores` average scores. There was a large gap in scores between self -assessment and evaluation by others in the scores of "mental and physical health ". In addition, there was a difference between the scores of "Information expression" and "information processing". In the results of the average area score of items in the Scale C3, the categories with a low average area score were "decision-making" (3.48) and "carrier design" (3.53) in the evaluation by teacher-assessment. In this study, there were differences in what teachers and students perceived to be needs. Without a curriculum tailored to the needs of students, no teaching effect or educational results can be expected. The Scale C3 used in this study can be used for education curriculum development in the future, since it is possible to grasp the needs from the perspective of career education.

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