Research about Japan's Curriculum History is noted.
1. In column one, show a timeline with 4 significant events in Japan's curriculum history.
2. In column two, for each of the curriculum events, state (in a sentence or two) any significant socio-cultural influences that might relate to the curriculum event.
3. In column three, describe a historical event that had an influence on each curriculum event.
As you research Japan's Curriculum History and create your three-column table, please feel free to integrate these ideas into your table:
1. Columns one & two timelines with four significant events in Japan's curriculum history:
Although the history is quite vast, I have listed a few events for you to narrow to four:
1. 701: The Taiho Code created schools for the children of the nobility; these schools were located in both the capital and provinces (http://www.asianinfo.org/asianinfo/japan/education_literacy.htm).
2. 1185-1333: The Jamakura period influenced an increasing number of samurai children to receive formal education (http://www.asianinfo.org/asianinfo/japan/education_literacy.htm).
3. 1930s: Education embodied strong military and nationalistic influences (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_education_in_Japan).
4. 1946: Implemented the six-three-three grade structure (six years of elementary school, three of lower- secondary school, and ...
History of Curriculum In Japan
How the history of curriculum affects the development of curriculum today. An overview of the curriculum of Japan post WWII and it's affects of todays curriculum development.View Full Posting Details