Center for Teacher Education

KAIT has established the Center for Teacher Education to provide detailed instructions for students who aim to be a teacher. The Center has an information system which covers the school teacher recruitment examinations all over Japan, and provides continuous consultation and information services to students, even after completing KAIT undergraduate or master course. The Center continues to support students who aspire to be a school teacher until they achieve employment.

  • Tomoaki Sato

    Tomoaki Sato Professor

    [Key Words]
    • Development and Evaluation of Teaching Materials in Engineering Education
    [Research Themes]
    • Educational Technology
    • Engineering Education
    • GC Animation Content of the Technical Heritage
    • Use of the Multimedia Content in Engineering Education
    • Educational Use of the Stereo Visualized System
  • Satoshi Yamamoto

    Satoshi Yamamoto Professor

    [Key Words]
    • New Fields of Law
    • Law Related Education
    • Criminology and Penology
    [Research Themes]
    • Respect for Individuals and Human Dignity
    • Emotion and the Law / Disgust, Shame and Justice
    • Law in Folktales
  • Shio Sato

    Shio Sato Associate professor

    [Key Words]
    • Social Psychology / Educational Psychology
    [Research Themes]
    • Psychological factors in decision-making process
    • Training critical thinking and problem solving skills
    • Educational effects of teamwork
  • Motoko Tanabe

    Motoko Tanabe Associate professor

    [Key Words]
    • Development of teaching materials for elementary, junior high and high schools
    • Development and verification of instruction methods in student sports instruction
    • Regional reconstruction activities and school volunteers in the affected areas
    • Curriculum ・Comprehensive learning ・Methodology of education
    • Dewey Laboratory School 
    [Research Themes]
    • Research on educational programs and regional plans that contribute to the development of children in the affected areas
    • Historical study of educational practices based on the perspective of children's life, play and wor
    • Development of panel theater materials used in school education

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