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Lee, S.; Chung, J. Y. – Educational Media International, 2019
In October 2015, Korea launched its first massive open online course (MOOC) program entitled K-MOOC. This study analyzes the K-MOOC learner data provided by the National Lifelong Learning Agency. The data include the 272 courses implemented between 26 October 2015, and 31 August 2017 and the participants who took the said courses. The number of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Online Courses, Large Group Instruction, Educational Technology
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Snow, Eric; Rutstein, Daisy; Basu, Satabdi; Bienkowski, Marie; Everson, Howard T. – International Journal of Testing, 2019
Computational thinking is a core skill in computer science that has become a focus of instruction in primary and secondary education worldwide. Since 2010, researchers have leveraged Evidence-Centered Design (ECD) methods to develop measures of students' Computational Thinking (CT) practices. This article describes how ECD was used to develop CT…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Test Construction, Computation, Cognitive Tests
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Dai, Yuanyuan – Journal of Studies in International Education, 2019
By using the concept of "alignment," this case study explores how a Sino-U.S. university partnership creates university transformation through the multitude of interconnections both within and between the two universities. The study investigates how the contextualized alignments of both universities co-shape and are impacted by the…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, International Cooperation, Universities, Organizational Change
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Moss, Peter; Urban, Mathias – Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 2019
In this colloquium, the authors provide an update on the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's proposal for an International Early Learning and Child Well-being Study, the 'first wave' of which is now being implemented in three countries: England, Estonia and the USA. The authors argue that as the International Early Learning…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Well Being, International Organizations
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Lippmann, Marie; Schwartz, Neil H.; Jacobson, Neil G.; Narciss, Susanne – Instructional Science: An International Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2019
Two experiments investigated the extent to which the concreteness of titles affects metacognitive text expectations, study motivation, and comprehension test performance. Sixty-three American and 61 German students were presented with three titles (either concrete or abstract), based upon which the students estimated their expected…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Learning Motivation, Reading Comprehension, Foreign Countries
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Bartels, Daniela – Philosophy of Music Education Review, 2019
It is well-known that "phronesis" is realized when people reflect on their actions (praxis) and act accordingly, but the question of how this concept of practical reasoning can serve both people who make music and at the same time the music they make has not yet been answered. This paper aims to reveal in what way "phronesis"…
Descriptors: Musicians, Ethics, Aesthetics, Reflection
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Hamzeh, Manal; Flores Carmona, Judith – Educational Forum, 2019
Manal, an Arabyyah feminist and Judith, a Mexicana feminista share our experience co-teaching a course titled Revolutionary Women and Decolonizing Pláticas ~ Testimonios, at a university along the U.S.--Mexico borderlands. We employed pláticas~testimonios pedagogies and methodologies and read the testimonios of Chicanas/Latinas and revolutionary…
Descriptors: Team Teaching, Feminism, College Faculty, Hispanic Americans
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Fauville, Géraldine; Strang, Craig; Cannady, Matthew A.; Chen, Ying-Fang – Environmental Education Research, 2019
The Ocean Literacy movement began in the U.S. in the early 2000s, and has recently become an international effort. The focus on marine environmental issues and marine education is increasing, and yet it has been difficult to show progress of the ocean literacy movement, in part, because no widely adopted measurement tool exists. The International…
Descriptors: Marine Education, Environmental Education, Comparative Analysis, Factor Structure
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Raccanello, Daniela; Brondino, Margherita; Moè, Angelica; Stupnisky, Robert; Lichtenfeld, Stephanie – Journal of Experimental Education, 2019
This study investigated the enjoyment, boredom, and anxiety of elementary school students and the relations of these emotions with achievement in two domains. Seven-hundred-and-sixty-seven second- and fourth-graders completed an adaptation of the Achievement Emotions Questionnaire-Elementary School (AEQ-ES: Lichtenfeld, Pekrun, Stupnisky, Reiss,…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Emotional Development, Grade 2, Grade 4
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Calkins, Kevin J.; Convey, John J. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2019
Three hundred sixty-one seminarians from the 48 diocesan seminaries in the United States and the North American College in Rome, Italy responded to a survey regarding their sentiments about the value of Catholic schools, their effectiveness, and the importance of financially supporting them. The results suggest that while diocesan seminarians are…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Clergy, Cross Cultural Studies
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Davis, Cindy; Harris, Nonie; Engelbrecht, Lambert; Lum, Terry – Journal of Social Work Education, 2019
Social work educators are challenged with preparing students for international social work and work with immigrant and refugee populations. This pilot project aimed to develop an online global classroom to teach an international social work course to social work students participating from five different locations: United States (N=25), South…
Descriptors: Social Work, Virtual Classrooms, Caseworkers, Foreign Countries
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Pace, Judith L. – Theory and Research in Social Education, 2019
Based on a cross-national study conducted in Northern Ireland, England, and the United States, this article expands current literature by examining 4 teacher educators' efforts to prepare preservice teachers to teach controversial issues. Teaching controversial issues, strongly advocated for decades, is both urgent and risky, especially in divided…
Descriptors: Controversial Issues (Course Content), Cultural Differences, Teacher Educators, Preservice Teacher Education
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Miller, Paul – International Journal of Leadership in Education, 2019
The recruitment of overseas trained teachers (OTTs) in England is a matter that has received as much attention inside the United Kingdom as outside. Education systems in small island and developing states, especially, were believed to have been placed 'at risk' following the departure of experienced and qualified teachers. Correspondingly, the…
Descriptors: Foreign Workers, Teacher Recruitment, Foreign Countries, Overseas Employment
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Hidalgo Aviles, Hilda; Kasun, G. Sue – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2019
We write from a public university in Mexico's interior, as 2 language professors from countries with fraught, yet intertwined, sets of histories--Mexico and the United States. Having lived in 2 countries with dramatic increases in nationalist policies, we reflect on having lived abroad through the increases in nationalism in our lived experiences.…
Descriptors: Nationalism, Teacher Education Programs, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Vásquez, Rafael – Association of Mexican American Educators Journal, 2019
Little research has been dedicated to Indigenous Mexican students' education and their sociocultural adaptation to U.S. schools, which includes their ethnic identity as significant to their schooling experiences. This study examines Zapotec-origin youth, original to the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, and how their Indigenous identity can positively…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Mexican Americans, Social Influences, Cultural Influences
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