IEICE Technical Committee Submission System
Conference Schedule
Online Proceedings
[Sign in]
Tech. Rep. Archives
    [Japanese] / [English] 
( Committee/Place/Topics  ) --Press->
( Paper Keywords:  /  Column:Title Auth. Affi. Abst. Keyword ) --Press->

Technical Committee on Educational Technology (ET)  (2008)

Chair: Kenji Watanabe (Hiroshimai Univ.) Vice Chair: Yasuhiro Fujihara (Hyogo College of Medicine)
Secretary: Yasuo Miyoshi (Kochi Univ.), Yuichiro Tateiwa (Nagoya Institute of Technology.)
Assistant: Sho Yamamoto (Kinki Univ.), Toru Kano (Tokyo University of Science)

Search Results: Keywords 'from:2009-01-24 to:2009-01-24'

[Go to Official ET Homepage (Japanese)] 
Search Results: Conference Papers
 Conference Papers (Available on Advance Programs)  (Sort by: Date Ascending)
 Results 1 - 20 of 20  /   
Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Koka Regional Support Plan and Infomation Network Initiative
Atsushi Nishitani (Koka City Educational Board) ET2008-73
 [more] ET2008-73
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Why are Online Individualized Educational Programs Important for Teachers and Parents? -- Development of Online IEP Tool --
Shigeru Narita (Hyogo Univ. of Tech Education), Atsushi Nishitani (Koga Center for Education), Yoshio Mihara (Shobi Systems) ET2008-74
 [more] ET2008-74
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Activities with Sound Pronunciation System at Special Needs Education Schools
Shigeru Ikuta (Otsuma Women's Univ.) ET2008-75
New software and hardware, which handle voices and sounds very easily, are presented. Voices and sounds are imported int... [more] ET2008-75
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   A prototype educational software to study Braille and Finger Braille.
Seiichi Anzai, Hirofumi Konno, Satoshi Murakami, Makoto Ohuchi (Tohoku Fukushi Univ.) ET2008-76
 [more] ET2008-76
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Practical Approach to Development of Educational Tools on Special Needs Education
Tadayuki Sasaki (Ibaraki Univ.) ET2008-77
I have been developing teaching tools with in special education schools in Ibaraki Prefecture for more than 10 years. Th... [more] ET2008-77
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Development of Phonation and Utterance Learning Tools Using a Real-Time Speech Feature Vectors
Yuichi Ueda, Mayumi Tohmoto, Toshihiro Aoki, Tadashi Sakata (Kumamoto Univ.) ET2008-78
We proposed a software engine which could estimate a speech feature vector including phonetic/acoustic features, phoneme... [more] ET2008-78
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   New learning environment for enhancing special needs education using personal robots -- What we have found from our two-year experience in a classroom for children with intellectual disability and autism --
Tetsuya Munekata (the National Inst of Special Needs Education), Yoshihiro Fujita, Toshihiro Nishizawa (NEC Co.) ET2008-79
The authors conducted experimental classroom teaching for two years. The classroom utilized with a personal robot and th... [more] ET2008-79
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   [Technology Exhibit] Communication Robot PaPeRo and its experimental usage with nursing home residents and high school students
Hideaki Yokota, Shin Ishiguro, Shin-ichi Ohnaka, Yoshihiro Fujita (NEC) ET2008-80
 [more] ET2008-80
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Sharing of Teaching Methods using a Database System for Special Needs Education
Masahito Nagamori (The Univ of Electro-Communications/Nagaoka Univ of Tech.), Masaki Nagasawa (Niigata Univ.), Maomi Ueno (The Univ of Electro-Communications) ET2008-81
In this research we developed a case database system to store children's problem behavior for special needs education. T... [more] ET2008-81
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Measurement of implicit attitudes toward people with disabilities
Tokika Kurita (Kyoto Univ.), Akihiko Wakamatsu (Hiroshima Univ.), Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto Univ.) ET2008-82
The present study investigated implicit attitudes towards people with disabilities by FUMIE test (Mori et al., 2008) to ... [more] ET2008-82
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Manufacturing of tactile teaching materials of geometry for children with visual impairments
Takeshi Kaneko (National Inst of Special Needs Education) ET2008-83
I manufactured teaching materials of geometry including solids which could be understood easily even for children with v... [more] ET2008-83
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Implementation and Perspectives on the use of character based broadcasting systems at the Schools for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Tomohiro Yokoyama (School for the Deaf, Tsukuba Univ.), Tetsuya Munekata (NISE), Yasuto Itabashi, Shigeru Takemura, Yasuhiro Takebayashi (School for the Deaf, Tsukuba Univ.) ET2008-84
Implementations of character based school broadcasting systems have been emerged. It is important for the school for the... [more] ET2008-84
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Current Situation of the Use of Assistive Technology Devices in Schools for Special Needs Education of Japan -- Results from NISE's Survey as of January 1, 2008 --
Hitoshi Nakamura, Tetsuya Munekata, Katsuhiro Kanamori, Hirotsugu Ota, Masahiro Watanabe (NISE) ET2008-85
A survey of the use of assistive technology devices in schools for special needs education was conducted by the authors.... [more] ET2008-85
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Research on development of teacher's video guide for the promotion of using e-AT devices for children with disabilities
Katsuhiro Kanamori, Hirotsugu Ota, Hitoshi Nakamura, Tetsuya Munekata, Masahiro Watanabe (NISE) ET2008-86
The effectiveness of the use of e-AT devices is known from a precedent. But many teachers stop using though they conside... [more] ET2008-86
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Development of Shape ReproductionEevaluation System for Education of Blind Children
Yuichro Kume, Miyu Kitta, Hidenori Kuribayashi, Yosuke Suzuki, Ken-ichro Kawamoto (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Tomohiro Sato, Naoko Sato, Takeshi Yamada, Yoshio Miyazaki (Univ. of Tsukuba School for the Blind), Susumu Oouchi (NISE) ET2008-87
It is important for children with visual impairment to learn shapes by touching. We have been developing a PC-based sys... [more] ET2008-87
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Product and evaluation of the tactual characteristics of tactile pictures for the blind students used 3D CAD Molding System
Susumu Oouchi, Tetsuya Munekata, Tetsuya Watanabe (NISE) ET2008-88
We approached product of tactile picture used 3D CAD molding system. It was possible to apply 3D digitizing of figure in... [more] ET2008-88
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Development of Easy-to-read News Paper Contents with Symbols for Enhancing the Lives of Persons with Disabilities
Toshimitsu Yamaguchi, Tetsuya Munekata (NISE) ET2008-89
In this study, the authors developed a Web server in that registered users can download three different types of PDF doc... [more] ET2008-89
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   A Case Study of Learning Support of Pictogram Communication for Children with High Functioning Autism
Ikuya Murata (Hokkaido Univ. of Education), Kiyoshi Tajitsu (Hokusei Gakuen Univ.), Katsunobu Izutsu (Hokkaido Univ. of Education), Takeo Tatsumi (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology) ET2008-90
The present study attempted to support five children with High Functioning Autism (HFA) in learning effective communicat... [more] ET2008-90
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Actual condition that is using assistive technology
Satoshi Sakai, Eiichi Miyazaki (Kagawa Univ) ET2008-91
The survey was carried out on 58 parents who had used the assistive technology. We investigated the type of the device, ... [more] ET2008-91
ET 2009-01-24
Kanagawa   Educational Subjects of IT Communication for Children with Developmental Disavilities
Yusuke Eda (Wakayama Univ.), Hiroyuki Hitotsuda (Special School Attached to the Fuculty of Education at Wakayama) ET2008-92
(To be available after the conference date) [more] ET2008-92
 Results 1 - 20 of 20  /   
Choose a download format for default settings. [NEW !!]
Text format pLaTeX format CSV format BibTeX format
Copyright and reproduction : All rights are reserved and no part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Notwithstanding, instructors are permitted to photocopy isolated articles for noncommercial classroom use without fee. (License No.: 10GA0019/12GB0052/13GB0056/17GB0034/18GB0034)

[Return to Top Page]

[Return to IEICE Web Page]

The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE), Japan