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ERIC Number: ED444933
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Jul
Pages: 56
Abstractor: N/A
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JUSTEC 2000: Japan-United States Teacher Education Consortium International Seminar on Teacher Education (Tokyo, Japan, July 12-15, 2000). Proposals for the Renewal of Teacher Education: Japanese and American Perspectives. Abstract.
This collection of abstracts and papers includes: "Classroom Lesson Planning Using Constructivist Principles" (Richard K. Gordon, Stephen Lee, and Joel Colbert); "Students' Perception of Experiential Learning and Assessment of Own Learning at the Physically Handicapped School" (Shigeru Shimizu; Minoru Umezawa, and Yumiko Ono); "Constructivist Teaching Practices in Japan and the United States: A Preliminary Comparative Study" (Richard K. Gordon, Laura Sicola, and Sharon Durall); "Sustained Reform in Mathematics: A Commentary on the American Perspective of 'What Works' in Japanese Education" (John Woodward and Carol Merz); "Improving Science and Mathematics Education" (Donald E. Pierson); "The Pragmatics of Problem Behavior: Turning Trouble into Teaching" (Richard S. Neel);"Classroom Disruption in Japanese Elementary Schools" (Yasutada Takahashi); "The New System of Teacher's Work Performance Appraisal: The Case of the Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education" (Yutaka Shiraishi); "The Role of Higher Education in Teacher Professional Development" (Inez Rovegno and Carol Donovan); "Educational Leadership in the Asia/Pacific Region: The Evolution and Structure of a Professional Development Master's Program for Teachers throughout the Asia/Pacific Region" (David P. Ericson); "Recent Developments in the Continuing Education of Teachers in the United States: The Growth of the For-Profit Sector" (Ann Intili Morey); "Teachers' License in the Credential Society, (2)" (Keijiro Tanaka, Norihisa Hashimoto, Kiyoharu Hara, and Yoshitaka Tanigawa); "Teacher Induction/Career Transition: Implications for Japanese and U.S. Teacher Preparation Programs" (Mark W. Clark); and "The Present Situation and Problems of Continue Education of School Teachers in Hokkaido Prefecture" (Yoichi Yazawa, Hiromi Kitamura, Hiroshi Morita, Mika Kamidochi, Yoshiyuki Takehara, and Takanobu Nakamura). (SM)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Japan