Science For All American -- Chap. 15 [15-22 .. 23]

Science For All Americans翻訳プロジェクト --Chapter 15: NEXT STEPSを後ろから行きます。今日は[15-22 .. 23]



Qualified Teachers

The scientific literacy goals of this report can be reached only if students in elementary and secondary school have teachers who are fully qualified to teach. Sad to say, that is all too often not now the case -- and all the more regrettable in light of the breadth and depth of understanding of science, mathematics, and technology called for here. Thus, Project 2061 recommends that

このレポートの目指す科学リテラシーの目標は、小中学校の生徒ちたが、教育を行う力量ある教師たちから教わることによってのみ実現可能である。しかし、残念ながら多くの場合そうではない。ここで求められる科学と数学とテクノロジーの知識という観点からすると、さらに残念なことになる。従って、Project 2061は以下を推奨する:


  • Teachers stand solidly behind efforts -- such as those of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, the NSTA National Teacher Certification Program, and the Holmes Group -- to raise standards for teaching in every field; and call upon those groups to use the recommendations of this report in establishing standards for science and mathematics teachers.

    教師たちは、全米教職基準委員会やNSTA全米教職認証プログラムやHolmes Groupなどが全分野の教職基準を引き上げるように支援し、理科と数学の教職基準作成に、このレポートの推奨を使うように要請すること。

  • The National Science Foundation, the National Science Teachers Association, and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics review the criteria for selecting recipients of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching in the light of the recommendations of this report.


  • Science, mathematics, and technology teaching associations stand behind efforts such as the Stanford Teacher Assessment Project to develop reliable ways for judging the capability of individuals to effectively teach the content outlined in this report.

    全米科学・数学・テクノロジー教育者協会は、"Stanford Teacher Assessment Project"が、このレポートで概要を示した内容を効果的に教育する能力が個々人にあるか判定する信頼できる方法を開発するのを支援すること。

  • The National Science Foundation and the Department of Education seek budget support to enable them to accelerate the process of bringing the quality of the nation's teachers of science, mathematics, and technology up to the level of understanding set out in this report.


  • The presidents of all colleges and universities establish scientific literacy as an institution-wide priority; and direct their institutions to reshape undergraduate requirements as necessary to ensure that all graduates (from whom, after all, tomorrow's teachers will be drawn) leave with an understanding of science, mathematics, and technology that surpasses what this report recommends for all high school graduates.


  • College departments of science and mathematics use this report as a guide in designing courses for future elementary school teachers and high school science teachers that go beyond, but are in the spirit of, the recommendations of this report; and create and seek funding for the conduct of in-service workshops and institutes tailored to the needs of teachers who wish to attain the standard of excellence implicit in the recommendations presented in this report.


  • Education faculties review the content and pedagogical standards for the preparation of elementary and secondary teachers of science in light of this report; and work with their colleagues in the other departments to institute changes in the way in which future teachers are prepared.


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