Faculty of Education, Chiba University / Junior High School affiliated with the Faculty of Education, Chiba University
Professor / Vice-principal As a junior high school technology teacher, I have been actively involved in information education, especially in the area of information moral education, even before the widespread use of Windows 95. In addition to authoring articles and textbooks on information education and authorized textbooks, I develop teaching materials related to information morals, such as "Guide to Living in the Internet Society (in Japanese)."
Moreover, I have been honored to serve as a workshop lecturer for programs focused on information ethics education, including the "Media Education Leader Course" and "Information Morality Leader Training," both sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
Currently, I hold the position of vice-principal of the Junior High School affiliated with the Faculty of Education, Chiba University. Additionally, as a visiting professor at Chiba University, and a specially appointed professor at the Faculty of Education, I provide guidance to graduate school students pursuing careers in education.