YAMASAKI Tetsuji

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Name
YAMASAKI Tetsuji
Affiliation
Ehime University
Section
Faculty of Education
Job title
Professor,Associate Director of the Center

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1984
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Tohoku University
 
 
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1977
Faculty of Science, Tohoku University
 

Published Papers

 
A report of educational practice using Learning Management System (Moodle) and Portfolio for lesson preparation and review
YAMASAKI Tetsuji
Journal og Faculty and Staff Development in Higher Education   (15) 113-120   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
“Seminar on the Teaching Profession”: A comprehensive evaluation of learning in the teacher education program
(13) 17-25   Mar 2015   [Refereed]
HASHIMOTO Hisao,ISHIDA Keisuke,YAMASAKI Tetsuji,TSUJINO Yasuyuki,KOZAI Takeshi
Revue de Micropaléontologie   58(1) 29-50   Mar 2015   [Refereed]
Significance of the direct correlation of ammonite and radiolarian zones in the Izumi Group for integrated biostratigraphy of Late Cretaceous NW
24(4) 27-31   Dec 2010
Sedimentological study of the Izumi Group in the northern part of Shikoku, Japan
Science Reports of the Tohoku University, Sendai, Second Series(Geology)   56 1   1986

Misc

 
Boundary between the North and South Shimanto Subbelts in Tokushima Prefecture
Journal of Science of College of General Education, University of Tokushima   20   1987
Radiolarian fossils of the Cretaceous Shimanto Group in the Izume Area, Hiromi Town, Ehime Prefecture
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education Ehime University   18(1) 9-17   1997
Radiolarian fossils of the Upper Cretaceous Izumi Group in the Toshima Island, Nagahama Town, Ehime Prefecture
Professor Naruhiko Kashima Commemorative Volume   45-54   2000
Geology of Cretaceous Shimanto Belt at Onji, Mima Town, Ehime Prefecture
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education Ehime University   21(2) 7-11   2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Radiolarians from the Northern Margin of the Izumi Group in Shikoku
Radiolarians of the Cretaceous Shimanto Group in western Shikoku