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Hokkaido University Collection of Scholarly and Academic Papers (135.521 recursos)

HUSCAP (Hokkaido University Collection of Scholarly and Academic Papers) contains peer-reviewed journal articles, proceedings, educational resources and any kind of scholarly works of Hokkaido University.

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  1. 特集 : 北海道大学の「国際化」を求めて


  2. 北海道大学における国際活動評価事業の報告 : 国際組織IAU との協働実施によって得られた大きな果実

    武村, 理雪
    Since 1962, Hokkaido University (HU) has been a member of the International Association of Universities (IAU), the UNESCO-based worldwide association whose aim is to strengthen higher education. In 2009, HU was the fi rst member to invite the IAU to collaborate in the review of HU’s internationalization strategy and processes. The aim of the collaboration was to fi nd means to accelerate HU’s future internationalization, in concurrence with the university’s medium term goals as delineated for the years 2010-2016. The IAU selected fi ve internationalization experts to form a panel to support HU’s internal review by providing direction and feedback. The panel conducted an onsite meeting at...

  3. Writing Lab 試行運営 : 取組・成果・展望

    瀬名波, 栄潤
    This essay introduces a history of Hokkaido University’s preliminary development for founding a writing service for students. The idea was developed by a working group of HU’s International Affairs Offi ce and, after a two-month pilot period, the working group came to conclude that it is necessary to found a writing lab not only for the students, but also for the university’s internationalization. The fi rst section defi nes the writing lab as a place of service for any HU student who wishes to develop his/her written communication skills in English and Japanese as s/he learns the development of an idea, “critical thinking,” with a tutor...

  4. 英語による授業に関するFD プログラムの開発 : 北大の国際的な存在感を高め,国際水準の学生を教育するためのツールとしての英語

    佐羽内, 喜久子
    Amidst the rapid progression of various aspects of internationalisation, having adequate English-language skills is becoming a must rather than a merit, and more and more universities are now offering courses in English. This report traces the development of three faculty development (FD) Programmes for teaching in English at Hokkaido University (HU), and focuses on the characteristics of each programme.(1) It aims to demonstrate the necessity to shift the discussion from the recurring question of “Why encourage offering classes in English at HU located in a non-English speaking country in the fi rst place?” to “How can HU offer more classes in English?” and, furthermore, “What can we...

  5. 宮澤賢治を英語で! FD 苦闘記 : 名古屋大学セミナー参加報告

    中村, 三春
    This paper reports a seminar in Nagoya University on August 30, 2010. I presented my experience of attending FD programs to teach classes using English in Hokkaido University in 2009. 1) The faculty development (FD) program for the Graduate School of Letters. We practiced teaching by microteaching. We saw our videotaped demo lessons and checked and improved our ways of teaching. 2) The Leiden University FD program. We learned various methods of FD in English in ICLON (Graduate School of Teaching), Leiden University. 3) Meeting toward a Bilingual University. We attended the meeting, and I presented a demo lesson on Miyazawa Kenji in English. Through the three...

  6. 文学研究科英語FDの実践と課題

    櫻井, 義秀
    This paper reports the results of an English training seminar for a year in the Graduate School of Letters, which was implemented as a part of the faculty development program by the International Assistance Offi ce of Hokkaido University. The author, one of the participants, discusses its multiple effects on undergraduate and graduate course education. Illustrating the condition in which our faculty deals with foreign students, whose number is expected to be more than 20% in the master course and 30% in the doctoral course, I will suggest how to resolve the challenges created by the rapid move towards internationalization, which separates into several dimensions.

  7. TA Training and PFF Program at Hokkaido University

    Hosokawa, Toshiyuki

  8. HU Vision/Strategy of Internationalization for Students’ Career Development with a Personal View

    Kanie, Shunji

  9. Learning and Teaching Veterinary Medicine in HU, and in European, Asian and African Countries

    Hashimoto, Yoshiharu

  10. A Roadmap to the United Nations : Special Reference to World Health Organization

    Tamashiro, Hiko; Lee, Romeo B.

  11. English and Diversity

    Manakul, Werawan

  12. Career Development Program for Hokkaido University Graduate Students

    Demura, Makoto

  13. 英語による全学教育科目の充実に向けてのアンケート調査の報告

    竹中, のぞみ
    This paper summarizes a survey carried out in February 2010 concerning the “Classes Conducted in English (CCE)” issue in the general education curriculum at Hokkaido University. Among 794 instructors who are teaching a general education class at Hokkaido University, 317 people responded (full time teachers = 257, part time teachers = 59, unknown = 1). The report shows that 116 instructors (about 40% of the respondents) have experience teaching classes in English, and 168 (about 50% of the respondents) state that they can provide CCE (if the relevant conditions are met) in Hokkaido University general education classes. This suggests that it is possible to increase the...

  14. 大学教育の「国産化」と「国際化」 : 日本,タイ国,台湾

    宇田川, 拓雄
    In this age of globalization, some people advocate that professors should teach disciplines in English. Is it necessary to teach in English in the classes where most students are Japanese? I recently had the chance to visit universities in Thailand and Taiwan. The faculties of these universities are also faced with this problem of teaching in English. Many Asian countries have succeeded in economic growth in the last decade. In these countries, at fi rst, higher education was done in English, and then they changed to their own languages. This localization of higher education has contributed to the training of large workforces with professional knowledge. Today, professors...

  15. Social Relations Embedded in a Finnish Mathematics Textbook for the Seventh Grade

    Ikeda, Fumihito
    My former studies clarifi ed that Finnish education, which has maintained the world’s highest level as shown in an international academic assessment, helps children learn through various kinds of social relations. This study was conducted to examine how a Finnish textbook supports children’s learning. I analyzed the non-mathematical words that appear in the “number and calculation” unit of a seventh grade Finnish mathematics textbook, and determined what kinds of mathematical contexts the words are used in. I found that the Finnish mathematics textbook contained a great many more non-mathematical words than Japanese ones and helps children learn through the social relations that are given by the words....

  16. Enhancing Student Success through Faculty Development : The Classroom Survey of Student Engagement

    Ouimet, Judith A.

  17. Universal Design for Learning : A Proactive Pedagogical Approach

    Ayala, Emiliano C.; Christie, Brett

  18. 管理栄養士養成課程の「栄養教育演習」における 客観的臨床能力試験導入の試み

    佐藤, 香苗; 山部, 秀子; 川上, 貴代; 百々瀬, いずみ; 岡部, 哲子; 松下, 真美; 荒川, 義人
    Recently, the opportunity for registered dietitians to provide dietary guidance through talks has increased as part of the national effort for the prevention and treatment of lifestyle-related diseases. With this, there has been a greater demand for a move from traditional knowledge-based education in the curriculum of registered dietitian training institutions toward practical education regarding human skills, including interpersonal skills. With the aim of creating basic documentation for the development of an effective education system, in this study we performed an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) on students just prior to their visit to hospitals for off-campus practical training and evaluated their ability to integrate the knowledge...

  19. 大学教員が捉える特別な教育ニーズをもつ学生に関する予備的調査研究

    松田, 康子; 久蔵, 孝幸; 川俣, 智路; 福間, 麻紀; 内田, 雅志; 田中, 康雄
    This study discusses support for students with psychiatric disabilities and developmental disabilities as a primary challenge in education. The purpose of this study was to show the actual conditions of support and teachers’ awareness about students with educational diffi culties. This study explored assignments and the potentiality of support for students with disabilities. This study method was a questionnaire survey to college teachers. The results indicated each ratio fallen into students with educational diffi culties on the number of students in a classroom group, lecture’s group and supervised’s group. Answers to open-ended questions were analyzed using Trach’s categories of (1997) natural support. College teachers indicated that 10%-20%...

  20. 北海道大学教育倫理綱領および科学者の行動規範について

    安藤, 厚; 新田, 孝彦; 人見, 剛; 大畑, 昇; 榎戸, 武揚; 三浦, 清一; 西森, 敏之; 細川, 敏幸; 小笠原, 正明
    In July 2006 the Research Group on a code of ethics for education was organized at the Center for Research and Development in Higher Education and, after a year of deliberation, proposed a draft of the Code of Ethics on Education, which will serve as the basis for faculty development activities at Hokkaido University (HU). Based on this proposal, extensive campus-wide discussions were held and in June 2009 the Code of Ethics on Education and the Code of Conduct on Science at HU were enacted. The medium-term goals and medium-term plan of HU for FY2010-2005 says: In order to “enhance the teaching ethics and abilities of the...

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