- 公益社団法人 日本工学教育協会
- 工学教育 (ISSN:13412167)
- vol.69, no.1, pp.1_19-1_27, 2021 (Released:2021-02-06)
This paper deals with the educational effects of co-curricular activities in Kanazawa Institute of Technology. We surveyed the differences between two student groups, participating the co-curricular activities or not, from two viewpoints of students’ academic achievements and generic skills such as communication skill, planning skill, and stress control or resilience skill. After statistical analysis, we find that the students who get involved in the co-curricular activities have better grade point average of academic achievement than the other students, but participating the activities does not affect academic achievements. We also find the collateral evidences that co-curricular activities can foster generic skills of students.