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KATSURA Naomi

Faculty
Department of Education
Asian Cultures Research Institute
Institute of Human Sciences
Course of Education
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Education

  •  - 1987 , Tokyo Gakugei University, Graduate School, Division of Education

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Education, Education on school subjects and activities
  • Education, Education
  • Education, Education

Research Interests

    Curriculum, Aesthetic Education, Music Education

Published Papers

  • A Study of Suzuki’s Original Educational Philosophy: The Ethos of the Suzuki Method Teachers’ Community Based on Narrative Inquiry in Japan and the United States, KATSURA Naomi, 45, (1) 13 - 24, 06
  • The Collaborative Experience Based on the “Aesthetic Education Workshop”: Studying the Significance of Aesthetic Education, KATSURA Naomi , NAOHARA Kazuko, Bulletin of Faculty of Literature, Toyo University, 68, 29 - 38, 03
  • The Meaning of "Criticism and Connoisseurship" in Studies of Educational Practice: A Comparative Examination of the Concept of Connoisseurship in Dewey and in Eisner, KATSURA Naomi, The Bulletin of John Dewey Society of Japan, 53, (第53) 112 - 122, 10
  • The Workshop Method of Teaching as an Educational Model: Altering the Teaching-Learning Framework in Education of Expression drawing upon “Connoisseurship and Criticism”, KATSURA Naomi, Research Journal of Educational Methods, National Association for the Study of Educational Methods, 35, 59 - 70, 03
  • Creating Social-Cultural Practice within the Modern School Classroom: Teachers and Students Producing Music within the Class Ensemble, KATSURA Naomi, Japanese Journal of Qualitative Psychology, 9, 153 - 170, 03
  • Re-formation of "Creative Music" by Satis N. Coleman - From the Viewpoint of the Genetic Method -, KATSURA Naomi, The Japanese Journal of Curriculum Studies,, 7, 27 - 38
  • Education which Fosters Children who Express Themselves : Investigation of Teaching by "Genetic Method" , KATSURA Naomi, Research Journal of Educational Methods, National Association for the Study of Educational Methods, 22, (143)
  • A Study on “Genetic Music Education” – Music Education for the Expressive Self-, KATSURA Naomi, ulletin of the Japanese Association of School Education, 10, 105 - 117
  • The Influence of the Dewey's Aesthetic Theory on the 'Aesthetic Education' in the United States in 1970's, KATSURA Naomi, Bulletin of John Dewey Society of Japan, 34, 7 - 15
  • The Aim and Method of Art Education in “Aesthetic Education” in the United States since 1970 – On the Bases of Langer’s Symbolic Philosophy-, KATSURA Naomi, Japanese Journal of Music Education Research, 19, (1) 13 - 22
  • A Study on the Aim of Music Education in “Aesthetic Education” in United States since 1970, KATSURA Naomi, Japanese Journal of Music Education Research, 17, (2) 14 - 23
  • Creating Artistic Education Class-work and an Evaluative Framework Utilizing the Educational Criticism, KATSURA Naomi, Research Journal of Educational Methods, National Association for the Study of Educational Methods

Misc

  • Philosophical Theories as a Base of "Aesthetic Education" -The Symbolic Philosophy of E. Cassirer and S. K. Langer-, Bulletin of The Faculty of Education MIE UNIVERSITY, 43,   1992
  • The Aim and Method of the Aesthetic Education in United States since 1970's, Bulletin of Japan Academic Society for Music Education, 19,   1989
  • A Study on the Aim of Music Education of the Aesthetic Education, Bulletin of Japan Academic Society for Music Education, 17,   1988
  • The Aesthetic Education of E. Eisner -kettering Project-, 10,   1991
  • Development of a Learning Unit on the Clay Flute in the Yayoi Period-A Study on Inquiry in Music Learning-, Bulletin of the Faculty of Education MIE UNIVERSITY,   1994
  • The Influence of Dewey's Esthetic Theory on the"Aesthetic Education"in the United States in 1970's, Bulletin of John Dewey Society of Japan, 34,   1993
  • A Study on a Practice of "Genetic Music Education" -Giving a Series of Classes on "A Mystery Earthen ware of Ancient Times"-, Bulletin of the Faculty of Education MIE UNIVERSITY, 11,   1996
  • Education which Fosters Children who Express Themselves - Investigation of Teaching by "Method on the Genetic Principle" -, Research Journal of Educational Methods, 22,   1996
  • Re-evaluation of "Creative Music" by Satis N. Coleman - From the Viewpoint of the Genetic Method -, The Japanese Journal of Curriculum Studies, (7) 27 - 38,   1998
  • Saburo SONOBE's Music Education Theory -The significance of "Warabeuta" in the genetic perspective-, Bulletin of the Faculty of Education MIE UNIVERSITY, 51,   2000

Books etc

  • Lesson Study of School Music Education
    KATSURA Naomi
    ContributorJapan Curriculum Research and Development Association EdNational Association for the Study of Educational Method  2011
  • Creating a New Curriculum
    Japan Curriculum Research and Development Association Ed.
    Joint WorkMulti-Cultural Education in Integrated Learning Curriculum Based on Ethnic MusicKyoiku Publishing  2001 03
  • Gendai Gakuryoku Keisei-ron, in Contemporary Theories for Building the Academic Competency
    HASEGAWA Sakae Ed.
    Joint WorkRe-Considering the Education of "Expression"kyodo Publishing  1996 03

Conference Activities & Talks

  • The Living Educational Philosophy of the Suzuki Method, KATSURA Naomi, The 14th Hawaii International Conference on Education ,   2015 01 07
  • Practicing Aesthetic Education Workshop in Japanese School Settings   , KATSURA Naomi, 014 Asia-Pacific Region Aesthetic Education Symposium, National Academy for Educational Research,   2014 11 07 , 招待有り
  • An emerging alternative teaching–learning framework for arts education in a school setting, drawing on “connoisseurship and criticism”: The creative workshop as a model for class work, KATSURA Naomi, American Educational Research Association,   2011 04 11

Awards & Honors

  •   1994 , The John Dewey Society of Japan, The John Dewey Society of Japan Award, The Influence of the Dewey's Aesthetic Theory on the 'Aesthetic Education' in the United States in 1970's

Research Grants & Projects

  • A Narrative Research on the Teachers’ growth at their beginning stage –The Lived Curriculum-, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid Research: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, KATSURA Naomi
  • The Educational Philosophy of the Suzuki Method; A Study on the Culture of Teachers Based on Narrative Analysis, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid Research: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, KATSURA Naomi
  • The Educational Program of the Arts Synthesis In Secondary School: The "Aesthetic Education Workshop" Teaching Method, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid Research:  Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, KATSURA Naomi
  • The Workshop Way of Teaching; teaching and learning model drawing upon the framework in social constructionism, Grant-in-Aid Research:, Grant-in-Aid Research: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Naomi KATSURA
  • Multicultural Education Curriculum Development and Curriculum Evaluation in Elementary Schools -The Action Research in the Integral Education in Elementary School-, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid Research: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, KATSURA Naomi
  • The Educational Method of Nurturing Subjectivity in Students - Constructing The Creative Activity in the Education of “Fushizukuri”-, Grant-in-Aid Research: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid Research: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  • Re-Organization of Art Education Curriculum - The Development of the Integral Learning Unit by the Constructive Activity Through Ethnic music , Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, KATSURA Naomi
  • A Comprehensive Music Education Curriculum - Curriculum Development From the View Point of In Service Education -, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid Research: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, KATSURA Naomi