2019 年 17 巻 2 号 p. 105-110
We examined the effect of taking teaching profession course of undergraduate students on the beliefs and on teaching activities on primary and secondary school students. Twenty-nine students studying at the University of Teacher Education, thirty-three students taking teaching profession course at another university which does not have a department of teacher education, thirty-nine students not taking teaching profession course participated in this study. All of them were asked to mark the circle in each item of the questionnaire about the beliefs (autonomy of primary and lower-secondary school students) and teaching behavior in 4 point likert-type scale. Results indicated the followings. First, students at the university of teacher education and those taking teaching profession course had tendency to make much of student-centred beliefs more in “the way of teaching” than those not taking teaching profession course. Second, the former two groups made much of student-centred point of view in “teaching behavior”. Based on these results, processes of developing characteristics of undergraduate students studying at the University of Teacher Education and those taking teaching profession course at another university were discussed.