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タイトル: On the Impossibility of the Perfectly Empeirical and Practical Theory of Teaching
著者: Yoshida, Akihiko
発行日: 1993年3月30日
出版者: 東京大学教育学部
掲載誌情報: 東京大学教育学部紀要. 32巻, 1993.3, p.257-264
抄録: The emergence of a perfect theory of teaching, which is simultaneously empirical and practical, seems to have long been waited by many people concerned with teaching. The empirical character of the theory is demanded by the empirical-scientific researchers, and the practical character by the practicing teachers. The difficulty of fulfilling both of these respectively valid and reasonable demands, however, seems to have already been emirically proved by many of attempted failures. The author presents the thesis : such a perfect theory is logically impossible. The proof of the thesis is to be based not upon the empirical evidence; but upon the "free imaginary variation" of the situation where such a theory is formulated and published. The questions asked are : "Can such a theory remain being simultaneously perfectly empirical and practical, even after its publication?", "What are the meanings of making and keeping the theory secret?" and so on. The implications of the conclusively proven thesis will be explicated : such as the intrinsically historical and open-ended nature of the teaching theory in general, the newly foreseen relationships in the future between teaching practices and teaching theories.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/641
ISSN: 04957849


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