JONGSUNG KIM

Last Updated :2021/04/06

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Associate Professor
E-mail
jongsunghiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • Seoul National University
  • Hiroshima University

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2021, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Graduation Thesis
  2. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Education for Social Studies
  3. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Curriculum Design of Geography & History Education
  4. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Seminar of Social Studies Education
  5. 2021, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Pedagogy of War and Peace I
  6. 2021, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Pedagogy of War and Peace II
  7. 2021, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Practical Seminar for the Teaching Profession
  8. 2021, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Practical Seminar for the Teaching Profession
  9. 2021, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Practical Seminar for the Teaching Profession
  10. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Study in Social Studies Education (Social Studies, Geography and History) B
  11. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Study in Social Studies Education (Social Studies, Geography and History) B
  12. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Basic Study in Academic Ability and Competency Design
  13. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Advanced Study in Academic Ability and Competency Design

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Democratic Characteristics of Social Studies Lesson Study: A Case Study in Japan, 현장수업연구 (Journal of Field-based Lesson Studies), 2(1), 23-46
  2. How do Japanese and Korean social studies textbooks describe the same historical event? A comparative analysis of the descriptions of the treaty on basic relations between Japan and the Republic of Korea in high school social studies textbooks, Hiroshima Journal of School Education, 26, 29-36
  3. The Designs of Concept-based Social Studies Lesson for "History, Social Studies and Political Education" in Austria: Focusing on the Functions of the Concept in Citizenship Education, Journal of Educational Research on Social Studies, 8(2), 81-97
  4. ★, Educating Citizens Who Are Open to the Discourse of Others: "The Last 10 Feet" Project and the "Making a Better Hiroshima Textbook" Project, Studies in the Philosophy of Education, 121, 19-24
  5. ★, How Do Civics Teachers in Austria Understand Political Neutrality and Practice it? Implication for Re-politicizing Japanese Social Studies Education, Journal of Educational Research on Social Studies, 92, 1-12
  6. New possibilities to utilize food as a them in a social studies lesson: From educating wise "consumer to educating "human being" who pursues mutual agreement in a society, Hiroshima Journal of School Education, 25, 77-84, 2019
  7. How did Japanese teachers deal with COVID-19 in their lessons?: The case studies of two teachers, Hiroshima Journal of School Education, 27, 49-56
  8. Developing high school world history units focusing on "the liquidity of culture": A case of European and American culture in 19 century, Hiroshima Journal of School Education, 27, 57-64
  9. A Quantitative Analysis of Moral Exemplars Presented in Moral Education Textbooks in Korea and Japan, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 38, 62-72, 2018
  10. The principal of inquiry-based social studies curriculum for developing children's competency and its example units: A case of "The College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework" by NCSS, Hiroshima Journal of School Education, 24, 157-166, 2018
  11. Research on teacher's role in "Living Environment Study" lesson design and its practice: A case study of a teacher's gatekeeping on the unit Village Explore", Curriculum studies on elementary education, 6, 41-50, 2018
  12. The significance and possibility of collaboration between social studies education and history: A self-study of improving a lesson by two graduate students, The Bulletin of Japanese Curriculum Research and Development, 40(4), 13-24
  13. A framework for controversial issue gatekeeping within socialstudies education: The case of Japan, The Journal of Social Studies Education in Asia, 7, 65-76, 2018
  14. How do the history textbooks of South Korea and Japan describe the Korea-Japanese History? Pursuing a social studies lesson that is open to another nation's discourses, Journal of social studies lesson study, 6(2), 39-59, 2018
  15. Searching for the meaning of a lesson study community in social studies education: Focus on the methodology of the "Lesson Map", Research in Social Studies Education, 24(1), 31-43, 2017
  16. Global citizenship education that starts from students' everyday lives: Re-evaluation "Living Environment Study" based on the perspective of global citizenship education, Global Studies Education, 9(2), 115-138, 2017
  17. ★, Teaching history of Japan-Korea relations based on "Authentic Communication" between the self and others: A case for "Making a Better History Textbook as relates to the Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War" by Japanese and Korean students, The Journal of Social Studies, 130, 1-12, 2017
  18. Development and evaluation of the programs supporting for social studies class improvement: Structure of the online and handbook programs applied to pre-in-service teachers, Hiroshima Journal of School Education, 23, 93-102, 2017
  19. ★, The challenge for "Communication-Based" international education: A case for "Making a Better Textbook" with South Korean and Japanese students as the main agents, Journal of Educational Research on Social Studies, 84, 49-60, 2016
  20. The implication and possibilities of globalizing human rights education: Through analyzing the project "Foreigner" at Fuji elementary school, Global Studies Education, 7(2), 81-101, 2015
  21. How and when can pre-service teachers develop their lesson planning skills in social studies?, Theory and Research for Developing Learning Systems, 1, 33-48, 2015
  22. How can social studies teachers reflect on their lessons based on visualization?: The methodology of "Lesson Map", The Journal of Social Studies Lesson Study, 3(2), 23-42, 2015
  23. Research on the impact of professional graduate school of education in South Korea: A case of elementary social studies education major at Seoul National University of Education, Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University, Part II (Arts and Science Education, 65, 63-71, 2015
  24. Research on the impact of the expanding communities approach in South Korea: Focused on elementary social studies curriculum, The Journal of Social Studies Education, 4, 67-86, 2015
  25. Developing a unit to find "Global" in "Our region": A case of Okubo Korean town, Global Studies Education, 4(1), 101-116, 2012

Publications such as books

  1. 2019, Design Research in Social Studies Education: Critical Lessons from an Emerging Field, Routledge, 2019, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, 英語, 18978-0-367-11025-3, 268
  2. 2020, Inquiry-Based Global Learning in the K–12 Social Studies Classroom, What Is the Lasting Impact of the Use of Nuclear Weapons During WWII in Japan?, Routledge, 2020, Scholarly Book, Joint work, 英語, 31978-0-367-35455-8, 280
  3. 2021, Social studies education in East Asian contexts, Routledge, 2021, Scholarly Book, Joint work, 英語, 193978-0-367-14771-6, 193
  4. Social Studies Education in Middle School and Geography and History Education in High School, 2020, Scholarly Book, Compilation, 日本語, 22978-4-7806-0680-5, 192
  5. 2020/04/01, Social Studies Education in Middle School and Civic Education in High School, 2020, Scholarly Book, Compilation, 日本語, 978-4-7806-0681-2, 163, 10

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. What is the Lasting Impact of the Use of Nuclear Weapons During World War II in Japan? A Project of Redesigning the Last Ten Feet of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, the 100th NCSS International Assembly Conference, 2020/12, Without Invitation, English, Washington D.C. (Zoom), USA
  2. Exploring Students' Historical Significance on the Use of the Atomic Bomb in Hiroshima During World War II: Students in Japan and U.S. Make a "Better Hiroshima Textbook", the 100th NCSS International Assembly Conference, 2020/12, Without Invitation, English, Washington D.C. (Zoom), USA
  3. Design research in social studies: Critical lessons from an emerging field, the 99th NCSS CUFA Conference, 2019/11, Without Invitation, English, Austin, USA
  4. The power of teacher agency: Purposeful, constructive, transformational professional learning, the 99th NCSS Conference, 2019/11, Without Invitation, English, Austin, USA
  5. Creating cross-cultural discourses: Korean and Japanese pre-service teachers "Make a Better Hiroshima Textbook", the Conflict and Identity Conference 2019, 2019/10, Without Invitation, English, Oxford, UK
  6. "It is important...but": A case study of Japanese social studies pre-service teachers' struggling for teaching controversial issues, to the 10th WERA conference, 2019/08, Without Invitation, English, Tokyo, Japan
  7. Beyond national context in peace education: Rethinking Hiroshima with multiple perspective, the 98th NCSS International Assembly Conference, 2018/11, Without Invitation, English, Chicago, USA
  8. Two students' journeys of thinking about the notions of peace through the tragedy of Hiroshima: A comparative case study of the effect of students' historical backgrounds on peace education, the 20th CiCea Conference, 2018/05, Without Invitation, English, Warsaw, Poland
  9. How and When Can Pre-service Teachers Develop Their Lesson Planning Skills in Social Studies?, Osaka, Y., Watanabe, T., Kim, J., & Kusahara, K., Osaka, Y., Watanabe, T., Kim, J., & Kusahara, K., the 9th East Asia International Symposium on Teacher Education, 2014/11, Without Invitation, English, East Asia International Symposium on Teacher Education, Yuseong, South Korea
  10. Let "Our" country see "Other" country anew based on relational and rational recognition!: A case of relation between South Korea and Japan, Kim, J., & Kusahara, K., Kim, J., & Kusahara, K., the 11th International CitizED Conference, 2015/05, Without Invitation, English, International CitizED Conference, Singapore
  11. Mutual understanding based on other's view: The project "Suggesting a New Textbook and Its Acceptance" between South Korea and Japan, Kim, J., & Kusahara, K., Kim, J., & Kusahara, K., the 95th NCSS International Assembly, 2015/11, Without Invitation, English, NCSS International Assembly, New Orleans, USA
  12. How can social studies teachers reflect on their lessons?, the 55th CCSS conference, 2016/03, Without Invitation, English, California Council of Social Studies, Orange County, USA
  13. Teaching historical events that related Korea and Japan through the communication between "Others" and "Us": The project "Making a Better Textbook of Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War" by South Korean and Japanese elementary school students, Kim, J., the 12th International CitizED Conference, 2016/07, Without Invitation, English, International CitizED Conference, Birmingham, UK
  14. Teaching Japanese-Korean history through "Authentic Communication": The project "Suggesting a Better Textbook and Its Acceptance", Kim, J., the 96th NCSS International Assembly, 2016/12, Without Invitation, English, NCSS International Assembly, Washington D.C, USA
  15. Deconstructing notions of peace: Rethinking Hiroshima with the C3 Framework, Kim, J., the 56th CCSS conference, 2017/03, Without Invitation, English, California Council of Social Studies, Sacramento, USA
  16. Finding and bridging the gap between Korean and Japanese history textbooks: A case of Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War, Kim, J., the 61th CIES conference, 2017/03, Without Invitation, English, Comparative & International Education Society, Atlanta, USA
  17. How to cross the border with history teachers, Kim, J., Teachers College ITS Class, 2017/03, With Invitation, English, Teachers College ITS Class, New York, USA
  18. Teaching Japanese-Korean history through "Authentic Communication": The project "Suggesting a Better Textbook and Its Acceptance", Kim, J., Brown Bag Seminar of Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University, 2016/10, With Invitation, English, Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA
  19. Lesson study as democratic professional development, Kim, J., & Kusahara, K., Kim, J., & Kusahara, K., the IDEC Educational Development Symposium: Lesson Study in Asia and Africa, 2017/04, Without Invitation, English, IDEC of Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan
  20. Making controversial space through "Authentic Communication": Deconstructing and reconstructing Takeshima/Dokdo discourse between South Korean and Japanese students, Kim, J., the 96th NCSS CUFA, 2017/11, Without Invitation, English, NCSS CUFA, San Francisco, USA

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. 2020 Collaborative Research Project (Faculty of Education), Creating a platform for international collaborative research on Lesson Study-based teacher education (1), 2020/07/16, 2021/03/31
  2. 2015/10, 2015/09
  3. KAKENHI(Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists), 2019, 2020

Social Activities

History as Peer Reviews of Academic Papers

  1. 2020, Research in Social Studies Education, Others, 1
  2. 2020, Journal of Social Studies Lesson Study, Others, 1
  3. 2019, Journal of Social Studies Lesson Study, Others, 2
  4. 2018, Journal of Social Studies Lesson Study, Others, 2
  5. Global Studies Education, Others, 1
  6. 2018, Global Studies Education, Others, 3
  7. 2020, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Editor, Associate Editor, 8