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Peres, Eliane – Reading Teacher, 2019
The author teaches a literacy course for preservice teachers, which they take during the first year of their four-year course of study. One of the most important activities in the course is Story Time, which consists of the author reading a children's book to preservice teachers during every class, followed by a discussion of the story. After the…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Childrens Literature, Aesthetics, Reading Aloud to Others
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Rajendran, Charlene – Pedagogies: An International Journal, 2019
Southeast Asia's location as a crossroads between East and South Asia, marks it as a region deeply entrenched in difference, with a history of complex identities. Apart from indigenous cultures that have survived the tides of change, there are several deeply embedded cultural influences from near and far that constitute what is local. Education…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Theater Arts, Foreign Countries, Cultural Influences
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Harvey, Arlene; Russell-Mundine, Gabrielle – Teaching in Higher Education, 2019
The context of this paper is a strategy at a large Australian university that involves embedding a new graduate quality 'cultural competence' and lifting the profile of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, experiences and histories. It has been argued that the inclusion of Indigenous knowledges is essential for the decolonisation of our…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Populations, Cultural Awareness, Pacific Islanders
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Johnson, Jeffrey E.; Jordan, Matthew L. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2019
The value of the inclusion of experiential learning opportunities in international business education has been well established in the literature. We set out to examine industry-identified skills and experiences that could lead to enhanced employability and early career performance. Through our extensive review of theory, empirical work, leading…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, International Trade, Business Administration Education, Industry
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Rabazas Romero, Teresa; Ramos Zamora, Sara; Sanz Simón, Carlos – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2019
In the framework of European educational convergence, university teaching must respond to the new challenges posed by the European System of Transfer Credits (ECTS) while encouraging improvement and innovation in didactical aspects of formation. In Spain, the field of the History of Education has assumed an active role in the advancement of…
Descriptors: Educational History, Instructional Innovation, College Transfer Students, College Credits
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Cohen, Rosetta Marantz; Mule, Lucy – InSight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, 2019
This article describes a co-taught course that mobilized a Design Thinking approach in the service of creating a prototype for an actual girls' boarding school in Kenya. The goal of the class was to allow students to engage collaboratively with faculty, with their peers, and with experts "on the ground" to develop the various parts of…
Descriptors: Design, Thinking Skills, Teaching Methods, Higher Education
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Zembylas, Michalinos; Bekerman, Zvi – Journal of Peace Education, 2019
The paper explores how might teacher educators engage with teachers' difficult knowledge and negotiate competing moral truths, when this effort obviously fails to provide adequate 'answers' or 'solutions'. Although the paper is theoretical, this question's point of departure is an incident from a series of teacher workshops in Cyprus. The question…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Teaching Methods, Peace, Moral Development
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Burch, Stuart; Dongxu, Chen; Jingjing, Fu; Zhiyi, Guan; Yu, Qi; Shuo, Tang; Yi, Tian; Senyang, Xie – Journal of Museum Education, 2019
This article demonstrates how a teaching case study approach can benefit museum studies courses. It takes as its focus the widely reported rescue of a boys' football team from a flooded cave in Thailand (2018). The success of this multinational effort led to immediate calls for the establishment of a "living museum" dedicated to…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Museums, Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods
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Subasinghe, Chamila T. – Journal of Technology Education, 2019
Entry-level technology studies in architecture often baffle first-year university students, and academic staff in turn tend to resist teaching foundational studies in the technology of design (ToD). ToD has often been considered "high risk," as evidenced by a high proportion of dropouts and retakes, and has been deemed the least…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, Design, Instructional Design, Educational Technology
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Gao, Linghui – English Language Teaching, 2019
College English writing is one of the four basic skills in English learning, which can objectively reflect students' language ability. Whereas, English writing is considered to be the most difficult part to improve. As we can see, in the essays of the Chinese college students, there often appears Chinglish, correct in grammar but unauthentic in…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Phrase Structure
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Iswandari, Yuseva Ariyani; Paradita, Lanoke Intan – TEFLIN Journal: A publication on the teaching and learning of English, 2019
We are very honored to have this great opportunity to interview Professor Paul Nation for the TEFLIN Journal's themed issue on Extensive Reading. Professor Paul Nation is an Emeritus Professor of Applied Linguistics in the School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. His special interests…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Reading Research, Reading Processes
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Apps, Kerry – Teaching History, 2019
Readers of this journal will be familiar with a number of ways of approaching the Tudors. Kerry Apps provides here an article detailing her concerns about the differences between what she had been delivering at Key Stage 3 and the broader, connected experience she had as an undergraduate historian. How could she show her students that the world of…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Teaching Methods, Historians, Undergraduate Students
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Tanino, Yukie; Syed, Amer – Education Sciences, 2019
We designed a hands-on laboratory exercise to demonstrate why injecting an aqueous polymer solution into an oil reservoir (commonly known as "polymer flooding") enhances oil production. Students are split into three groups of two to three. Each group is assigned to a packed Hele-Shaw cell pre-saturated with oil, our laboratory model of…
Descriptors: Physics, Science Instruction, Plastics, Fuels
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Elsdon, Kathryn; Howard, Hannah – Teaching History, 2019
As teachers trainees, the authors were frustrated trying to create a lesson on the British Empire. But this challenge seems to be magnified ten-fold when teaching the history of Britain's empire: a complex political, cultural, social and economic phenomenon that has a broad chronological and geographical scope. And yet, despite the seemingly…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Preservice Teachers, Lesson Plans, Teaching Methods
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López-Garcia, Verònica; Rodríguez-Inés, Patricia – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2019
Recurring expressions and idiolectal speech patterns are often used by the scriptwriters of sitcoms to portray the personality of some of the characters. These expressions, which in many cases end up becoming popular, are so significant that they need be kept in the translated versions of these series. A corpus-based script analysis method that…
Descriptors: Computational Linguistics, Translation, Units of Study, Teaching Methods
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