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Title :保健授業に関する一考察
Title alternative :A study on the Health Education Theory
Authors :小泉, 昌幸
伊藤, 巨志
渋倉, 崇行
土田, 了輔
北澤, 太野
Publisher :新潟工科大学
Issue Date :Dec-2011
Journal Title :新潟工科大学研究紀要
Volume :16
Start Page :75
End Page :82
ISSN :1342-792X
Abstract :The purpose of this study is to clarify the present conditions of the class of the health education theory in the high school. And a student clarified how there was knowledge about the health. As a result, it is to examine the good method of the health class in the university. The main results were as follows: 1. It is to think about the method of the class to acquire knowledge for a student to live in health. 2. As for the teacher, it is important to a student that I teach useful health. And the teacher must perform a class in response to the learning desire of the student. 3. It is to comment on one theme for the method of a concrete class in detail. In addition, it is important that I use the machinery such as videos if necessary. And it is important that a student understands knowledge about the health.
Keywords :health education theory
effective curriculum
Type Local :Departmental Bulletin Paper
Language :jpn
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10623/32055
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