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|Title||التجربة الأسيوية للعملية التربوية بعد الحرب العالمية الثانية "اليابان نموذجاً"|
|Title in Arabic||التجربة الأسيوية للعملية التربوية بعد الحرب العالمية الثانية "اليابان نموذجاً"|
Asian experience is considered as a distinct experience in several areas, and drew the attention of the world in economic, political and educational excellence. The West and the Americans, for example, has been busy for many years to study the mystery of Japanese management superiority of the Japanese economy and the reasons that led to the transformation of Japan from a devastating state in the World War II to a superpower country which competes and excels in many cases, the major countries of the world. The evidence shows that education and social hard work and the will of the people, which enabled Japan to assume the status occupied between the peoples of the world. After World War II, Japan has to cause major changes in the educational curricula and educational systems in order to overcome the events and the defeat it suffered from. Among the most prominent changes and reforms that have occurred in Japan after World War II, the abolition of some of the materials, canceling some of the essential curriculums, add new hours of the school day, lengthen the school week to become five days, limiting the annual leave to become a month to teachers and students, the adoption of effective policies to eliminate the problem of leakage, and to increase access to higher education opportunities, and the adoption of packages policy within schools, particularly with regard to homework, and stay away from conservation and inertia and subordination of intellectual Western European and American styles, harness the media to serve the educational issues and assigns two networks for radio and television to serve the educational issues.
|Published in||التداعيات التربوية والنفسية للعدوان على غزة|
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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