Education and Research
Undergraduate Education

Faculty of Education

Nishi-Chiba Campus
1-33, Yayoi-cho, Inage-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba, 263-8522 Japan
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The Faculty of Education dates back to the year 1872, the year of the establishment of the modern educational system in Japan, and has the longest history in this university. Its main aim is to train its students to undertake leading positions in a wide range of educational institutions.

Training Division for Elementary School Teachers

Japanese Language Education, Social Studies Education, Mathematics Education, Science Education, Music Education, Drawing and Handicraft, Physical Education, Home Economics Education, Educational Science, Educational Psychology, Craft and Technology Education, Elementary School English

Training Division for Junior High School Teachers

Japanese Language Education, Social Studies Education, Mathematics Education, Science Education, Music Education, Figurative Arts Education, Education for Human Body and Sports, Technology Education, Home Economics Education, English Education, Educational Science, Educational Psychology, Information Technology Education

Training Division for the Education of Children with Special Needs

Training Division for Kindergarten Teachers

Training Division for School Health Nursing (Yogo) Teachers

Training Division for Sports Sciences

Training Division for Lifelong Education


Publications

Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Chiba University (Published annually in Japanese) Research in Teaching Strategies and Learning Activities: A Bulletin of the Center for Research, Training and Guidance in Educational Practice, Faculty of Education, Chiba University (Published annually in Japanese)

Admission Policy

The Faculty of Education seeks persons who take a wide-ranging interest in various educational problems concerning school and home, can engage in positive communication with others, and are willing to develop new possibilities in themselves as well as others, in a rapidly changing modern society. It also seeks applicants who can maintain a positive attitude to self-study, while teaching and training others as future teachers.

Training Division for Elementary School Teachers seeks applicants who have interest and wide-ranging basic academic ability in elementary school education, and are eager for independent solutions to problems and cooperative realization of goals.

Training Division for Junior High School Teachers seeks applicants who have interest and learning abilities in junior high school education and each subject, and can participate willingly in discussions and communication with others.

Training Division for the Education of Children with Special Needs seeks applicants who have a strong interest and eagerness in special support education, which is the starting point of education that places a great emphasis on each child’s needs.

Training Division for Kindergarten Teachers seeks applicants who have a strong interest in young children, can see things in perspective, and have the ability to think flexibly.

Training Division for School Health Nursing (Yogo) Teachers seeks applicants who have interest and eagerness in the activities of a school nurse, and have the power of logical thought concerning matters of health.

Training Division for Sports Sciences seeks applicants who have many-sided interest in matters of sports, and can grapple positively with forms of learning through experiences.

Training Division for Lifelong Education seeks applicants who think deeply about education, culture, and local areas, connecting them actively through various relationships between people, and are willing to bring about new developments.

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