The Stress Management Education for the Prevention of School Maladjustment in Japan
- 山中寬(Yamanaka Hiroshi) 白雲鶴(Baek Un Hak)
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This study, which is dealing with the stress management strategies for the prevention of school maladjustment, aims to prevent students from suffering the stress which is possible in the present and/or in the near future. The stress management education has been introduced as a means to effective self-control measure of the stress. In this study, reviewing the article published in the previous edition of The Contemporary Situation and Effect of Stress Management Education In Japan(Yamanaka, 2000), I tried to analyze students mental health problems in school in terms of student maladjustment and teacher stress, and described the effect of Stress Management Education through Pair-relaxation. Stress Management Education has been introduced to the grade schools for the last ten years in the United States and European countries. It will also be introduced in the year 2002 in Japan as planned in The New Curriculum and Instruction Guidelines. Stress Management Education will emerge as a major educational movement in Japan for the purpose of preventing stress in connection with Discretionary Hours, Physical Education, Morals, Homeroom Hours, and other curricular activities.
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