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Dissemination of Research Results, etc. through Publications

 NISE creates research result reports on the research it conducts in various formats, including summaries, guides, and manuals, which are all made available on the NISE website. Since these publications are created annually, they allow for the latest research results to be disseminated to educational settings as early as possible.

 

NISE Bulletin

 The “NISE Bulletin” is issued on an annual basis in order to disseminate information on policy and the status of special needs education in Japan, and contains the results from NISE’s research and other various activities on the website in English.

◆ Main contents of NISE Bulletin Vol. 20 (Issued in March 2021)

• Outlines of research projects FY2020
• Summary of research results FY2019
•Exchange with the Korean National Institute for Special Education:
Report on the Japan
Korea Pre seminar
• Topics
•Recent Data on Education for Children with Disabilities in
Japan
• Summary of “Bulletin of the National Institute of Special Needs Education Vol. 47”

 

National Institute of Special Needs Education Journal

 Every fiscal year, NISE produces the “National Institute of Special Needs Education Journal” that summarizes the results of a large range of activities including research, and provides it on its website.

◆ Main contents of the Journal Vol. 9 (Issued on March 2020)

[1] List of 2019 research themes

[2] Summary of 2019 research results

[3] Study report
 • Dissemination activities from results of the research on educational support and accommodations for students with mental disorders or psychosomatic diseases (2017-2018)
 • National investigative report relating to education content, methods and such in classes for special needs education for intellectual disabilities

[4] Reports of international conventions and overseas investigations

[5] Trends in inclusive education systems in foreign countries

[6] Participation reports of learned societies

[7] Annual report

[8] Trends in special needs education

[9] NISE Topics

 

Bulletin of the National Institute of Special Needs Education

 NISE calls for the unpublished articles on special needs education from NISE’s researchers, reviews them, and publishes as “NISE BULLETIN.” NISE Bulletin is available on the NISE website.

◆ Main contents of the Bulletin Vol. 47 (Issued in March 2020)

[1] Case Report
 ・The process for forming relationships between teachers and children on the autism spectrum - from records over an 8-month period -

[2] Brief Report
 ・Issue awareness of teachers responsible for instructing children with physical/motor disabilities enrolled in elementary and lower secondary schools

[3] Research Outlook
 ・Considerations concerning the outlook of joint activities and learning in Japanese elementary and lower secondary schools - Developing US Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) measures and suggestions from the Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports (MTSS)

 

Research Result Reports, Books, Leaflets

  When a research theme is completed at NISE, a “Research Result Report of the National Institute of Special Needs Education” is created which summarizes the results for that theme, and these reports are provided on the NISE website.
 In addition, in order to make NISE report results more widely known and easily understood, a “Summary of Research Results of the National Institute of Special Needs Education” which summarizes the results of each research theme is produced every fiscal year, and sent out to education related organizations throughout Japan and provided on the NISE website.
 Furthermore, NISE publishes commercial books in the form of leaflets and manuals that summarize in an easy-to-use manner the parts of reports that can be put to immediate use in instruction and support in the educational settings.

Research
Result
Reports
Research on Instruction for Students with Multiple Disabilities including Visual Impairment
- Focusing Especially on Instruction in Schools for Special Needs Education (Visual Impairment) -
March 2019

Summary of Research Result Reports (themes finished in FY2019) June 2020[22M pdfファイル]
Research on Educational Support and Accommodations for Students with Mental Disorders or Psychosomatic Diseases
March 2019
Summary of Research Result Reports (themes finished in FY2019) June 2020
Books Thoughts on Learning with Children with Intellectual Disabilities - In Light of Practice in Northern Europe
The Earth Kyoikushinsha Co., Ltd., ISBN978-4-86371-489-2, Jan. 2019

   
Handbook for Teachers of Regular Classes at Elementary and Lower Secondary Schools
- Using Special Needs Services in Resource Rooms for Instruction in Regular Classes -
The Earth Kyoikushinsha Co., Ltd., ISBN978-4-86371-450-2, Feb. 2018
The Best Approach to Curriculum Formulation - Integration of Goals, Content, Methods, and Learning Evaluation of Each Subject Using Activity
Planning Based on the Qualities or Abilities to be Cultivated, Earth
Kyoikushinsha Co., Ltd., ISBN978-4-86371-446-5, Jan. 2018
Leaflets and
Case
Studies
Research on Educational Support and Accommodations for Students with Mental Disorders or Psychosomatic Diseases
- Co-MaMe (Proposal of Continuous Multiphase and Multistage Educational Support) -
Jan. 2020

Let’s think about instructions for activities to promote independence for children with autism! May 2020[2M pdfファイル]
Let’s think about instructions for activities to promote independence for children with autism!
May 2020
For Improving Instruction and Support for Lower Secondary Students with Speech and Language Disorders
May 2020
Investigative Report of “Comprehensive Research Related to the Development of Inclusive Educational System in Japan”
Dec. 2017
Investigative
Reports
International Comparison of Teaching Content and Methods for Children with Intellectual Disabilities in Inclusive Education Settings
- Based on International Comparisons of Finland and Sweden with Japan -
https://www.nise.go.jp/nc/study/intro_res/joint
March 2018

International Comparison of Teaching Content and Methods for Children with Intellectual Disabilities in Inclusive Education Settings - Based on International Comparisons of Finland and Sweden with Japan -[4MB pdfファイル]
Fact-finding Survey on Lifelong Learning Activities of the Disabled
http://www.nise.go.jp/cms/resources/content/7412/b-315.pdf
March 2018

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