Matsuura Takuya

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Name
Matsuura Takuya
Affiliation
Hiroshima University
Degree
Ph.D.(Hiroshima University), Master of Education(Hiroshima University)
Research funding number
40379863

Education

 
Apr 2000
 - 
Mar 2003
Graduate School, Division of Education, Hiroshima University
 
Apr 1998
 - 
Mar 2000
Graduate School, Division of Education, Hiroshima University
 

Published Papers

 
Japanese Astronomy Curriculum in Schools and the Spatial Cognitive Ability of Elementary and Junior High School Students
Okada, Daiji; Matsuura, Takuya
JOURNAL FOR GEOMETRY AND GRAPHICS   22(1) 139-147   2018   [Refereed]
In 1998 Japanese astronomy classes were shifted from grade 7 to grade 9, as advanced spatial cognition is required to understand astronomy. Consequently, students didn't learn astronomy from grade 5 to grade 8 because of this change. AGATA [1] rep...
A Comparative Study of Perceptions on the Nature of Science by Korean Primary School Teachers and Secondary School Science Teachers
International Journal of Curriculum and Development   12(1) 13-23   Mar 2010   [Refereed]
Factor Analysis of the Aims of Observation and Experiment: Focusing on Korean Science Teachers
International Journal of Curriculum and Development   10(1) 91-100   Mar 2008   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
M. Bauer, R. Shukla, & N. Allum (Eds.) (Part:Joint Work)
Routledge   Sep 2011   ISBN:9780415873697

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Relationship between deep understanding of scientific theory and scientific reasoning: Buoyancy in liquids
ESERA 13th Conference   28 Aug 2019   ESERA
Development of scientific reasoning skills: results of cross-sectional research from Grade 5 to Grade 9
2019 Annual International Conference   1 Apr 2019   NARST
Rethinking Reasoning as a way of Scientific Problem Thinking [Invited]
T. Matsuura
EASE 2015   18 Oct 2015   East-Asian Association for Science Education
Structure of the Student Interest in Science and Scientific Literacy: Using the Latent Class Analysis
ICSE2012   14 Oct 2012