Nakamura Keiko

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Name
Nakamura Keiko
E-mail
kein-seiryo.ac.jp
Affiliation
Niigata Seiryo University
Section
Faculty of Nursing, Department of Nursing
Research funding number
10410250

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Published Papers

 
Tsukahara Kazuko, Nakamura Keiko, Iwasaki Yasuyuki, Ishizaki Tomoi, Omori Etsuko, Sato Miyuki, Tamura Noriko
新潟青陵学会誌   10(1) 9-19   Sep 2017
This study aimed to elucidate the psychological process of overcoming crises by yogo teachers. On eight yogo teachers of A city who have experienced crises in the past, we conducted semi-structured interviews. As a result of analyzing the content ...
Nakamura Keiko
新潟青陵学会誌   9(1) 21-31   Mar 2017
The purpose of this study is to clarify the psychosocial process of disability acceptance of the people with development disabilities who are going to employment transfer support offices. A semi-structured interview was conducted with 8 people wit...
Nakamura Keiko, Karasawa Kiyomi, Nakamura Keiko
新潟青陵学会誌   7(3) 13-24   Mar 2015
The objective of this paper is, from analyses of the listening training introduced to the first year curriculum of the nursing students, to structure knowledge, skills and attitudes for listening, and to clarify the outcomes and agendas of listeni...
Karasawa Kiyomi, Nakamura Keiko, Nakamura Keiko
新潟青陵学会誌   7(1) 11-22   Sep 2014
The purpose of this paper is to clarify the effects of reading guidance that was undertaken as an organizational initiative in the first-year training to nursing students. Based on pre-guidance factor analysis on 28 items listed in a reading metho...
Kuribayashi Yuko, Nakamura Keiko, Tsukahara Kazuko, Izu Asako, Omori Etsuko, Sato Miyuki, Watanabe Ayami, Ishizaki Tomoi, Nishiyama Etsuko
新潟青陵学会誌   6(3) 13-24   Mar 2014
This study aims to clarify differences in diagnosis and countermeasures of children with problems of mental health according to the licenses of Yogo Teachers. We carried out a questionnaire survey targeting Yogo Teachers in Niigata Prefecture and ...
Nakamura Keiko, Tsukahara Kazuko, Izu Asako, Iwasaki Yasuyuki, Kuribayashi Yuko, Omori Etsuko, Sato Miyuki, Watanabe Ayami, Ishizaki Tomoi
新潟青陵学会誌   6(3) 1-11   Mar 2014
The purpose of this study is to clarify supports provided by school social workers (SSW) to elementary school and junior high school students with behavioral problems, and to evaluate outcomes resulting from the introduction of SSWs and remaining ...
中村 恵子, 塚原 加寿子, 伊豆 麻子
日本養護教諭教育学会誌 = Journal of Japanese Association of Yogo Teacher Education   17(1) 23-32   Sep 2013
石﨑 トモイ, 中村 恵子, 伊豆 麻子
日本養護教諭教育学会誌 = Journal of Japanese Association of Yogo Teacher Education   17(1) 57-66   Sep 2013
Izu Asako, Nakamura Keiko, Tsukahara Kazuko, Sato Miyuki, Kuribayashi Yuko, Omori Etsuko, Watanabe Ayami, Ishizaki Tomoi, Nishiyama Etsuko
新潟青陵学会誌   6(1) 107-115   Sep 2013
Sato Miyuki, Nakamura Keiko, Tsukahara Kazuko, Izu Asako, Kuribayashi Yuko, Omori Etsuko, Watanabe Ayami, Ishizaki Tomoi, Nishiyama Etsuko
新潟青陵学会誌   6(1) 71-78   Sep 2013
The purpose of this paper was to clarify the current situation of the Coordination between schools and external organizations regarding children's mental health problems. We administered a questionnaire survey to all the 938 yogo teachers in Niiga...
Nakamura Keiko, Tsukahara Kazuko, Izu Asako, Iwasaki Yasuyuki, Kuribayashi Yuko, Omori Etsuko, Sato Miyuki, Watanabe Ayami, Ishizaki Tomoi
新潟青陵学会誌   6(1) 47-58   Sep 2013
Schools' Coordination with applicable external organizations and professionals is necessary for children's mental health problems in an increasing number of cases, and the role of school counselors is increasingly important in Coordination. The pu...
Tsukahara Kazuko, Nakamura Keiko, Izu Asako, Iwasaki Yasuyuki, Kuribayashi Yuko, Omori Etsuko, Sato Miyuki, Watanabe Ayami, Ishizaki Tomoi
新潟青陵学会誌   6(1) 59-69   Sep 2013
In order to resolve children's problematic behaviors, it is repeatedly addressed through various suggestions and information that it is important for schools to provide guidance to students and for schools and relating organizations to coordinate....
伊豆 麻子, 中村 恵子, 塚原 加寿子
新潟青陵学会誌   6(1) 107-115   Sep 2013
Keiko Nakamura, Kazuko Tsukahara, Asako Izu, Yuko Kuribayashi, Etsuko Omori, Miyuki Sato, Ayami Watanabe, Tomoi Ishizaki, Etsuko Nishiyama
新潟青陵学会誌   5(3) 1-9   Mar 2013
The purpose of this study is to clarify how experienced yogo teachers interpret signs of children with mental health problems and how they provide protective care diagnosis andcountermeasures. Interviews about support for children with mental heal...
中村 恵子
新潟青陵学会誌   4(3) 55-63   Mar 2012
The objective of this study was to clarify the factors affecting academic ability and views of learning in arithmetic and math lessons. Question items were compiled on the basis of the results of interviews with university students and between Jul...
Nakamura Keiko, Kawauchi Hiromi, Kobayashi Masako, Maruyama Kimio, Hirakawa Takehiko
Journal of Niigata Seiryo Academic Society   4(1) 35-44   Sep 2011
In mental friend activities at this university, students interested in child welfare provide support,as mental friends, to local children in hospitals, schools and welfare facilities. The aim of thisstudy is to discover the effects of mental frien...
Nakamura Keiko
Journal of Niigata Seiryo Academic Society   3(1) 43-51   Sep 2010
In the present study, I clarified factors influencing consideration of learning of arithmetic and mathematics at elementary, junior and senior high schools and considered the ideal method for teaching arithmetic and mathematics. Interview surveys ...
Kawauchi Hiromi, Nakamura Keiko, Kobayashi Masako, Maruyama Kimio, Hirakawa Takehiko
Journal of Niigata Seiryo Academic Society   3(1) 53-61   Sep 2010
 The present study aimed to elucidate the subjective experiences of mental friends (MFs) in MF activities conducted as part of the "Development of Community Welfare Through Mental Friend Activities", a Support Program for Contemporary Educational ...
Ishizaki Tomoi, Nakamura Keiko, Izu Asako, Kuribayashi Yuko, Omori Etsuko, Satou Miyuki, Nishiyama Etsuko
Journal of Niigata Seiryo Academic Society   3(1) 63-72   Sep 2010
Keiko Nakamura, Tomoi Ishizaki, Asako Izu
Journal of Niigata Seiryo academic society   1(1) 31-39   Mar 2009
This study analyzes the "quality of research" in qualitative research papers published inthree important academic journals (Japanese Journal of School Health; Japanese Associationof Yogo Teacher Education; and Journal of Japanese Association of He...
中村 恵子
日本デューイ学会紀要   (48) 141-149   Oct 2007
Keiko Nakamura
Bulletin of Niigata Seiryo University   7 167-176   Mar 2007
The idea of constructivism now pervades educational literatures. Constructivism is used tocharacterize learning theory, teaching techniques, and a general pedagogical approach.Constructivism implies that knowledge is always constructed by an indiv...
NAKAMURA Keiko
The journal of the study of modern society and culture   34 37-54   Dec 2005
A "Period for Integrated Study" was set up by the revision of the Japanese National Curriculum Standard in 1998, and the curriculum organizations and practices of Integrated Study are performed at each school. However, Integrated Study has been co...
Nakamura Keiko
The journal of the study of modern society and culture   31 211-225   Nov 2004
Teachers' beliefs influence their perceptions and judgments, which affect their behavior in the classroom (M. Frank Pajares, 1992). One of the concepts of learning (beliefs) is constructivism. Jonassen (1991) distinguishes between the assumptions ...
Nakamura Keiko
The journal of the study of modern society and culture   21 283-297   Aug 2001
The idea of "constructivism" now pervades the educational literature. Constructivism implies that knowledge is always knowledge that a person constructs. It stresses the need to encourage greater participation by students in their appropriation of...