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学校教育学部(初等教育教員養成課程)Faculty of School Education 
(Kindergarten and Elementary School Teacher-Training Program)


The Faculty of School Education fosters elementary school teachers with exceptional leadership ability in a range of subjects and areas accompanied by vast interpersonal skills and extensive expertise.


1年次から4年次の4年間にわたる実地教育(教育実習)を開設し,各年次の実地教育の履修を通して,教養科目群,教職キャリア科目群,教育実践・リフレクション科目群,専修専門科目群の諸成果が統合化・協働化されるようにコンカレント型の教育課程を編成している。 。

A Curriculum that emphasizes Practical Ability

The overall curriculum is organized and coordinated over 4 years so that students gain the overall ability to serve as elementary school teachers in addition to basic knowledge in a range of disciplines.
Students are given a practical education (in educational practices) throughout their 4 years of study. The curriculum is organized into a concurrent form so that of results learning through liberal arts courses, teaching profession courses, educational practices and reflection courses, and specialized subjects courses are integrated and incorporated through each year of practical education.

■教育課程 Academic Courses

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概 要
Credits required for graduation Core
Liberal Arts Courses
Fundamental Academic Capability
Social Issue Research
Fundamental Science and Mathematics
Expression Communication

複雑かつ急激に変化する現代社会において求められる,初等教育教員としての教養を培うことを目的とし,基礎的アカデミック能力科目,社会課題探究科目,理数系基礎科目及び表現コミュニケーション科目から構成される。 諸学問領域において蓄積されてきた知識を活かしながら,幅広い視野から問題の全体像とその本質を把握し,学生自身が主体的かつ協働的に探究していくことを目指す。

The goal is to equip students with liberal education that is necessary for a qualified elementary education teacher and required in today's complicated and rapidly changing society. The liberal arts subjects include Fundamental Academic Capability, Social Issue Research, Fundamental Science and Mathematics, and Expression Communication.
The aim is to help students understand the general picture of issues and their essence from a wide range of views and promote research voluntarily and collaboratively by utilizing their accumulated knowledge in the fields of various studies.

A minimum of 30 credits
Teaching Profession Courses
Basics of Pedagogy
Support of Pedagogy
Development of Pedagogy


The purpose is to provide students with knowledge and experience related to the theories and practice of school education, such as the awareness of pedagogy; fundamental theories of pedagogy; education processes and instruction methods; student instruction, education consultation and career guidance.

A minimum of 32 credits
/ A minimum of 24 credits
Educational Practices and Reflection Courses
Elementary Subject Contents
Elementary Subject Instruction Method
Practical Education


The purpose is to help students obtain practical skills centering on subject instruction through repeated learning of theories and practice. The subjects in this genre are Elementary Subject Contents, Elementary Subject Instruction Method, Practical Education, and Internship.

A minimum of 54 credits
Specialized Subjects Courses
Major-Field Subjects (subjects related to the field of specialization)
(subjects related to the teaching profession)


Courses in specialized studies enabling students to deepen their knowledge in the area of specialization they select, based on the common needs of kindergarten and elementary school teachers. The aim of these courses is not only to enhance the ability of students to teach within their specialized field according to their inclination and aptitude, but also to improve their competence and foster an attitude conducive to continuing study throughout their teaching career in order to improve their expertise as teachers.

A minimum of 20 credits
/ A minimum of 28 credits
Note: The number of credits necessary for graduation for each subject varies depending on the specialty (special course).
at least 136 credits

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