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Study on Effective Maritime Training through the Anchoring Training
1 Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan
2 Japan Agency of Maritime Education and Training for Seafarers, Tokyo, Japan
ABSTRACT: Anchoring exercises on a training ship have a significant effect on the acquisition of ship handling skills. Furthermore, such training is also effective for the development of critical thinking and problem solving. The authors investigated this topic to develop effective training methods for anchoring exercises. We created a rubric for anchor training, and the instructor evaluated trainees based on the rubric items. These rubrics were effective for judging trainee performance. The effect of dialogue in group work was shown by comments from instructors and the trainees. Group presentations were also evaluated via student comments. After conducting the anchoring training in native language in the spring, the same exercise was conducted in English in the fall. Only English instructions were offered during the training exercise in the first year (2016). In the second year (2017), students took a brief e-learning course in English about anchoring before attempting the second exercise in English. According to instructor evaluations, the second session in 2017 saw a much greater improvement in trainee performance than did the second session in 2016. English practice in the e-learning course allowed students to focus more on practising the techniques they had learned previously when performing the second training exercise in English.
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Kashima, Hideyuki, et al., 2001. About the Training Effect of Ship Handling Training. Journal of the National Institute for Sea Training, 1, 17-38.
Kunieda, Yoshiaki, et.al., 2018. Study on Education of Seamanship in the Anchoring Training, the 16th World Congress of the International Association of Institutes of Navigation Proceedings, 77-82
Mochizuki, Michiko, 2013. On Peer Learning and Learning Process in JSL Learners, Kansai University, Bulletin of Faculty of Foreign Language Studies, 8, 87-97.
Oishi, Kanako, 2008. Technique of Facilitation–Talks to Active Engineering Design Education. Journal of Japanese Society for Engineering Education, 56(6), 176-180. - doi:10.4307/jsee.56.6_176
Takahashi, Toshio, 2008. Toward More Active Classroom Interaction–A Consideration of Implementing Learner-centred Group Work in Class, Kansai University forum for foreign language education, 7, 23-34.
Citation note:
Kunieda Y., Murai K., Kashima H., Sugawara M.: Study on Effective Maritime Training through the Anchoring Training. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 13, No. 2, doi:10.12716/1001.13.02.15, pp. 381-386, 2019

Other publications of authors:

Y. Kunieda, H. Kashima, H. Kido, K. Murai

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