ETO Makiko

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Title

Associate Professor

Researcher Number(JSPS Kakenhi)

70611367

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  • Duty   University of the Ryukyus   Faculty of Education   Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Training Program   Associate Professor  

Graduate School 【 display / non-display

  • 2017.04
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    2020.09

    Kobe University  Graduate School of Human Development and Environment  Doctor's Course (second term)  Completed

External Career 【 display / non-display

  • 2011.04
     
     

    University of the Ryukyus, Faculty of Education, Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Training Program, Associate Professor  

  • 2017.04
     
     

     

Thesis 【 display / non-display

  • 小学校体育に関する大学生の授業力量

    2020.09

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  • Trends and Issues in Studies on Physical Education Teacher Education::Based on the Classification of Tinning's Research in Theoretical Orientations

    Eto Makikio, Kakazu Kengo

    Japan Journal for the Pedagogy of Physical Education ( Japan Society for the Pedagogy of Physical Education )  35 ( 2 ) 1 - 16   2019 [ Peer Review Accepted ]

    Type of publication: Research paper (scientific journal)

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    The purpose of the present study was to classify studies on physical education teacher education using theoretical orientations (Tinning, 2006), the framework of which is a basic conceptual structure, and to analyze research questions and methods. We classified domestic and international studies on physical education teacher education into behavioristic orientation, personal orientation, traditional/craft orientation, and critical inquiry orientation and analyzed the purpose and research methods of representative studies that characterized each orientation. The results revealed the research questions researchers have about teachers' competency development and the research methods applied in each theoretical orientation. Moreover, it became clear that personal orientation was most common in overseas literature. The traditional/craft orientation was most common in domestic literature. We realized that with regard to research methods, qualitative research is most common in foreign literature, while in Japanese literature, quantitative, qualitative, and mixed research are all nearly equally present. In Japan, the reason many qualitative studies are being conducted as a traditional/ craft orientation is believed to be that instructors use them to implement what they learn in workshops and programs in order to investigate their development and formation of competence. It is inferred that modeling can be achieved by showing the outcome of the program and training. <br> Within Japan, in the future, more incisive perspectives are desired (Fukami, 2015; Kihara, 2015; Kitazawa/Suzuki, 2013). By incisive perspectives, we mean those that examine—from the perspective of development and growth—the beliefs and perceptions of teachers related to their practice of teaching, as well as the processes by which they developed their teaching capabilities. This sort of research would indicate individualistic trends. In other words, in Japan, research examining individualistic trends is greatly desired.

  • A Discussion about Students' Learning in Junior High School Creative Dance Classes

    ETO Makiko

    Research Journal of JAPEW ( Japan Association of Physical Education for Women )  33 ( 0 ) 43 - 53   2017 [ Peer Review Accepted ]

    Type of publication: Research paper (scientific journal)

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    <p>To ascertain how students perceive junior high school dance classes, we analyzed statements made by students following such a class. The results are the following. <br/>Regarding Aim 1, the results demonstrated that by engaging in easy learning tasks based on familiar themes, the students were able to abandon their shyness and dance joyfully. In the improvisational expression class, students mastered specific ways to express concepts by exchanging ideas about images and stories with classmates. Regarding Aim 2, the results demonstrated that the students mastered a collaborative approach in which they expressed their opinions to and cooperated with other group members to produce an artwork. With respect to dance recitals, the results demonstrated that the students deepened their understanding of self-expression and creative dance.</p>

  • A Study of Teacher's "Speech" in Elementary School Physical Education Classes:─Taking Expressive Activity and Games Classes as Case Studies─

    ETO Makiko

    Research Journal of JAPEW ( Japan Association of Physical Education for Women )  31 ( 0 ) 47 - 57   2015 [ Peer Review Accepted ]

    Type of publication: Research paper (scientific journal)

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    This study clarifies how teachers use "speech" in physical education classes through case studies. The paper used, as case studies, Expressive Activity and Games classes of physical education targeting grade 4 elementary schools students and examined the "speech" teachers used of the classes. <br>In the analysis, the teacher's "speech" was further categorized and classified by content as well as by targeted subjects with reference to previous research related to teacher behavior in physical education classes (Takahashi, 1991; Takahashi, Utagawa, and Yoshino et al., 1996; Hasegawa, 2004). The results clarified the following. 1) The teacher conducted awareness raising and focusing on learning tasks through analytical questions and mutual interaction with children. Furthermore, in motor learning situations, the teacher often used positive feedback about skills. 2) The study indicated an impact on the achievements of children who said that they could perform or understand the teacher's instructions and feedback related to specific skills (movements).

  • Examination of the life skill education program of junior high school students: focused on PRECEDE PROCEED model applications and text mining-based qualitation analysis

      ( 18 ) 163 - 173   2011.04

    Type of publication: Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)

  • Examination of "advertisement analysis" in health education

      ( 18 ) 153 - 161   2011.04

    Type of publication: Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)

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