Development of Basic Training for Teaching Measurement and Control to Junior High School Students

Teruyuki Tamai; Yoshihiro Ohnishi; Kazuo Kawada
June 2019
Journal of Robotics & Mechatronics;Jun2019, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p419
Academic Journal
In 2017, the government announced the course of study guidelines. It showed the necessary qualification and ability for junior high school students and guidance on junior high school technology education. Because new content is included there, training of incoming teachers at junior high school is required. This paper proposes a training curriculum on measurement and control of junior high school technology. This training was practiced for junior high school teachers in Ehime. These members showed high evaluation. This training will enhance educational practice for junior high school students.


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