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Cultivating the “hearts” of future educators and their teaching techniques
The Faculty of Education was established in 1969 to help train students to work in teaching fields, making Bunkyo University the first private university in Japan to offer specialized courses for teacher training. Nearly 50 years since its establishment, the faculty has produced more than 11,000 professionals teaching in elementary schools, junior high schools, senior high schools and special education schools across Japan. With the excellent achievements shown by its graduates at educational institution across the nation, the Faculty of Education has won high acclaim from various communities as a distinguished training institution for teachers. In the 2003 academic year, the faculty opened a course for psychoeducation to help train students to become teachers specializing in child psychology ranging from infants to youth.
Furthermore, from the 2016 academic year, for the promotion of English education in elementary school, a new English Major was established in the School of Education Course. The Faculty of Education provides students with the educational environment in which their “hearts” as educators are cultivated, teaching techniques sharpened, and dreams of becoming teachers for kindergartens, nursery schools, elementary schools, junior high schools, senior high schools and special education schools are realized.
Original site: Faculty of Education (Japanese)