Motoko Okumoto

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Name
Motoko Okumoto
E-mail
okumoto.motoko.3mkyoto-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Center for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education
Job title
Assistant Professor
Degree
Ph.D
Research funding number
10571838

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
OKUMOTO Motoko, IWASE Mineyo
Japan Journal of Educational Technology   39(4) 271-282   Mar 2016
Project-based learning (PBL) is a long-term undertaking; therefore, a team's relationships and the prevailing atmosphere should be conducive to their collaborative learning. However, few studies have analyzed the type of support required to facili...
Ritsuko Kikusawa,Motoko Okumoto,Takuya Kubo,Laura Rodrigo
Computers Helping People with Special Needs - 15th International Conference, ICCHP 2016, Linz, Austria, July 13-15, 2016, Proceedings, Part II   415-418   2016   [Refereed]
OKUMOTO Motoko, IWASE Mineyo
Journal of Science Education in Japan   39(4) 359-366   Dec 2015
Recently, art has received a lot of attention in science communication as a tool for engaging a potential audience. However, there are few studies that have analyzed the effects and characteristics of art in science communication. Therefore, the p...
坂東 隆宏, 福原 舞, 小菅 晃太郎, 鈴木 昴太, 笠 嗣瑠, 奥本 素子
科学技術コミュニケーション   (18) 17-30   Dec 2015
近年,科学コミュニケーションの必要性が認識され,2013年の科学コミュニケーションセンターによる調査では回答者である研究者の過半数以上が研究者以外の人々を対象とした科学コミュニケーション活動を体験している.一方で,そのような機会に参加する人々は科学への関心が元々高い層であり,科学への関心の低い層の取り込みには課題があるといわれている.今後は,普段科学コミュニケーション活動に参加しない「科学への関心の低い層」への情報発信が必要だと考えられる.本報告では,科学への関心が低い層に向け科学者情報の...
平井 宏典, 奥本 素子
日本ミュージアム・マネージメント学会研究紀要   (18) 45-49   Mar 2014
Motoko Okumoto,Takayuki Ako,Koji Kato
2013 Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, France, October 28 - November 1, 2013, Volume I   251   2013   [Refereed]
OKUMOTO Motoko, IWASE Mineyo
日本教育工学会論文誌   36(3) 205-215   Dec 2012
In this research, it was determined whether Social Loafing and an opposite phenomenon were present in Project Based Learning (PBL), identified these antecedent factors and obstructive factors, and investigated a causal relationship among them usin...
OKUMOTO Motoko, KATO Hiroshi
日本教育工学会論文誌   36(1) 1-8   Jul 2012
In order to support visitor-centered learning in museums, a mobile interpretation material should provide information suited for visitor's previous knowledge and his/her learning purpose. However, it is difficult to forecast them, thus this paper ...
OKUMOTO Motoko
Art Education   0(33) 149-158   Mar 2012
This paper describes the Connecting Appreciation Program, which was developed as a school pre-visit program for art museums. This program aims to teach novice students to develop original interpretations of exhibits. In this program, students stud...
OKUMOTO Motoko
Japan journal of educational technology   34(4) 395-405   Mar 2011
This research investigated the process of interdisciplinary research exchanges by doctoral students who study humanities. The purpose of this research is to elucidate what motivated them to participate in interdisciplinary research exchanges, what...
OKUMOTO Motoko, KATO Hiroshi
Educational technology research   33(1) 131-140   Nov 2010
Learning in museums is considered that visitors construct their original knowledge or experiences through museum objects as learning resources. However, it is said that they need museum literacy to interpret them, and such literacy is not an innat...
OKUMOTO Motoko, KATO Hiroshi
Japan journal of educational technology   33(4) 423-430   Feb 2010
Museum objects are open to interpretation, and learners interpret them in their ways. The Cognitive Orientation of Museum tool was developed to support unfamiliar museum learners to make meanings from museum objects. This research analyzed how the...
The journal of the Museological Society of Japan   35(1) 97-115   Dec 2009
OKUMOTO Motoko, KATO Hiroshi
Japan journal of educational technology   33(1) 11-21   Jul 2009
Learning in museums is considered that visitors construct their original knowledge or experiences through museum objects as learning resources. However, it is said that they need museum literacy to interpret them, and such literacy is not an innat...
奥本素子, 加藤浩
Journal of multimedia aided education research   5(2) 145-151   Dec 2008
OKUMOTO Motoko, KATO Hiroshi
Journal of science education in Japan   31(4) 400-409   Dec 2007
奥本素子, 加藤浩
Journal of multimedia aided education research   4(1) 65-75   Sep 2007
Bulletin of Japan Museum Management Academy   (11) 1-7   Mar 2007
OKUMOTO Motoko
Art Education   (27) 93-105   Mar 2006
This paper analyses the appreciation of art from the viewpoint of learning science. Recent studies show that the ability of appreciation can be improved by several trainings. One of the most famous trainings is the interactive interpretation calle...

Misc

 
阿児雄之, 奥本素子, 加藤幸治
日本文化財科学会大会研究発表要旨集   32nd 122-123   Jul 2015
OKUMOTO Motoko, IWASE Mineyo
年会論文集   38 523-524   Sep 2014
OKUMOTO Motoko, IWASE Mineyo, KATO Hiroshi
年会論文集   36 448-449   Aug 2012
OKUMOTO Motoko, YAMADA Masanori, KATO Hiroshi
年会論文集   33 459-460   Aug 2009
OKUMOTO Motoko, KATO Hiroshi
年会論文集   32 237-238   Aug 2008
奥本素子, 加藤浩
情報処理学会研究報告   2007(9(CH-73)) 81-87   Jan 2007
We researched into what people who are engaged in digitization of their collections in museums think about digital images and how they make the best use of them. We clarified the tendency of their attitudes and their actual situations of use of di...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
AKO TAKAYUKI, OKUMOTO MOTOKO, KATO KOJI
日本文化財科学会大会研究発表要旨集   11 Jul 2015   
OKUMOTO Motoko, IWASE Mineyo
年会論文集   13 Sep 2014   

Education

 
Oct 2003
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Oct 2005
MA Museum, Gallery and Heritage Management, Northumbria University,