2019 年 67 巻 4 号 p. 4_104-4_109
This paper proposes a new cooperative association between special needs schools, technical high schools, and institutes of technology through the development of an application. The authors organized various classes over a one-year period in upper secondary schools and universities to enable high school students and undergraduates to collaborate toward a shared goal. The analysis of reports written by participating students revealed the educational effectiveness of the program in learning pertaining to realistic problem solving. With an eye to the future, tasks such as effective schedule coordination among the three parties, the development of a travel budget for students, and better technical assistance from undergraduates to high school students need to be undertaken and the issues therein must be addressed.