Teacher-Student Relations In Japanese Schools
Examined in terms of educational theories, balance between instructor control & student participation, compared with Amer. education, sociopolitical constraints, group vs. individual interests and accountability.
# 20657 | 2,250 words | 20 sources | 1993 |
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From the Paper:"INSTRUCTOR CONTROL AND STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN JAPANESE SCHOOLS
This short paper attempts to identify what might constitute a reasonable balance between instructor control and student participation in the learning events. It does not purport to answer the question whether there should be such balance. It merely and briefly examines the concepts of authority, accountability, autocratic control and democratic participation to the extent that they are applied in today's Japanese elementary, secondary, and tertiary schools, both public and private.
The author posits that both control and participation are operational outcomes of accountability and of the antipodal autocratic/democratic dyad. In turn, these behaviors derive from the isolationist and cultural-shock social phenomena which have.."
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