MITSUTAKE Tomomi / 光武 智美MITSUTAKE Tomomi
I wish for society to be a place where all children born would be raised with great care. In the past, when it was common for babies to be born at home, the process of a child’s birth and development was part of everyday home life, something close and familiar. It was an opportunity to experience and learn about “life” and “lifestyles” intimately.
I am conducting research on gradually incorporating learning related to “life” and “lifestyles” into the educational settings of elementary school students, junior high school students, high school students, and adolescents. This research would aid in the development of a mindset of caring for oneself and one’s surroundings as well as encouraging self-care and decision-making behavior toward the protection of mental and physical health among the present-day children, who have not had many direct experiences yet.
SDGs related to research activities
Mitsutake Tomomi, Assistant Professor
Faculty of Human Sciences, Department of Nursing