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Kagawa University Faculty of Education and Fujitsu Limited have been collaborating to promote inclusive education using techniques. Particularly, in our empirical research, we used ICTs as tools to improve the environment surrounding pupils with disabilities, and our goal was to build a model effective for ICT utilization system in regard to inclusive education. We developed the software named "KIMOCHI NIKKI" that helps pupils to communicate with other people and learn new information. "KIMOCHI NIKKI" means a picture diary by recording about the feelings of pupils. By using the software we developed, we can describe our feelings or situations with images or icons.
Tsuyoshi Uno, FUJITSU LIMITED
Gen Asakawa, Sachiko Tsujigaki, FUJITSU DESIGN LIMITED + Satoshi Sakai, Eiichi Miyazaki, Faculty of Education, Kagawa UniverSity
Ken Suginome, Sakai Kaoru, FUJITSU DESIGN LIMITED
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