高等教育ジャーナル = Journal of Higher Education and Lifelong Learning - 第27号

日本における《カレッジ・インパクト理論》の有効性の検証 : 日本の一大学のIRデータを使って

細川, 敏幸;山田, 邦雅;宮本, 淳

Permalink :  http://hdl.handle.net/2115/78830
JaLCDOI :  10.14943/J.HighEdu.27.45

Abstract

Abstract -- Using a questionnaire survey of a university in Japan, we examined whether the College Impact Theory proposed by A. W. Astin in 1993 could hold in Japan. In addition, we clarified what experiences in high school and university affect learning outcomes. The IR data used were the results of a freshman survey, a junior survey, a graduation survey, and a graduate student survey. As a result, it was proved that the college impact theory was applicable even in Japanese universities. In addition, learning styles that contribute to good learning results at universities and the acquisition of competencies after graduation were extracted. Learning behaviors that lead to good results were also revealed in the science major group and humanities major group. Such specific research results make it possible to verify the characteristics of individual universities and are expected to contribute to future educational reform.


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