Will to Power: Project-Based Learning in Post-WWII Japanese School Curriculum | 018023

In 1998, Japan’s curriculum authorities published curriculum guidelines (gakushu shido yoryo) for national compulsory education, dubbed as the ‘yutori (latitude) curriculum’ with a pinch of stigma. The yutori curriculum promoted activities focusing on the individual relevance of each child along with alleviating excessive pressure in learning. In light of this reformist, progressive message, while the curriculum […]

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