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Moore, Brooke A.; Boardman, Alison G.; Lasser, Cristin Jensen; Schmidt, Kimberly M.; Smith, Clara E.; Schwarz, Vanessa S. – Teacher Development, 2019
Reading comprehension models are being implemented in content-area settings to boost reading achievement. Yet, little research explores how such models are incorporated into teachers' daily instructional practice. The authors used extended observations and interviews to examine the integration of Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR), an…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Reading Instruction, Content Area Reading, Reading Comprehension
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Kostoulas, Achilleas; Babic, Sonja; Glettler, Christiana; Karner, Andrea; Mercer, Sarah; Seidl, Eva – Teacher Development, 2019
The authors report on a study that examined how educators in Austria conceptualise research, how they engage with academic literature and what attitudes they have towards academic development. Growth mindsets, regular engagement with research in a variety of formats and inclusive understandings of research were defined as pre-conditions for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Teachers, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Bas, Gökhan; Sentürk, Cihad – i.e.: inquiry in education, 2019
The purpose of this research was to understand the phenomenon of participation in curriculum development process through the eyes of teachers. In this research, qualitative instrumental case study design was adopted. The participants of this research were consisted of teachers (n = 27) working in five public high schools in the province of Nigde,…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Curriculum Development, Content Analysis, Case Studies
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Lambirth, Andrew; Cabral, Ana; McDonald, Roger – Teacher Development, 2019
With performativity and evidence-based teaching, the development of action research (AR) by teachers brings tensions and challenges as teachers move outside their comfort zones and question their practice. This article draws on a small-scale research study developed with teachers. It was funded as part of a professional development initiative by a…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Faculty Development, Evidence Based Practice, Teacher Attitudes
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Siefert, Bobbi; Kelly, Katie; Yearta, Lindsay; Oliveira, Tatiana – Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 2019
As the digital age broadens opportunities for technology use in the classroom, educators must consider how to use technology to create rich and varied learning opportunities for English learners (ELs). This study examined four middle school teachers' perceptions and uses of multimodal technology with ELs in content-area learning. Findings indicate…
Descriptors: Middle School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Technology Uses in Education, Middle School Students
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Thompson, Canute S. – Educational Planning, 2019
This study explores behaviors which teachers perceive would be effective when leaders are undertaking organizational change. A sample of one hundred teachers drawn from all levels of the education system in Jamaica was used. The data were collected using a Likert-type instrument that was designed by the researcher and was tested for reliability…
Descriptors: Change Strategies, Teacher Attitudes, Leadership Effectiveness, Administrator Behavior
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Lang, Mark L. – Educational Planning, 2019
This study was designed to generate an awareness of the differences between school administrators' and teachers' perceptions of instructional leadership practices towards implementation of differentiated instruction. Data were collected from 34 middle school administrators and 171 teachers from a major metropolitan school district in the southeast…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, School Administration, Middle School Teachers, Administrator Attitudes
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Fowler-Amato, Michelle; LeeKeenan, Kira; Warrington, Amber; Nash, Brady Lee; Brady, Randi Beth – Journal of Literacy Research, 2019
This review of literature highlights the efforts teacher educators and researchers have made over the past 18 years to work toward social justice in secondary English language arts (ELA) preservice teacher (PT) education. Drawing on Dantley and Green's framework for social justice leadership, we highlight the work that teacher educators have…
Descriptors: Social Justice, English, Language Arts, Secondary School Teachers
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Leek, Joanna – Improving Schools, 2019
The understanding of youth participation in the current article relates to ideas of citizenship and active involvement in global concerns. In this understanding of the term, schools are important agents for education for global citizenship, and play a role in the developing engagement of young people. Using data from focus groups with teachers (n…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Student Participation, Youth, Student Experience
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Wang, Elaine L.; Lee, Emma – Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 2019
Responsive circles, a restorative practices (RP) strategy, have the potential to help improve school climate through supporting conflict resolution and community building; yet, little research exists on this practice. This mixed-methods study examined how educators in four urban schools (two elementary, one middle, and one high school) used…
Descriptors: Positive Behavior Supports, Urban Schools, Interpersonal Relationship, Program Implementation
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Adolfsson, Carl-Henrik; Håkansson, Jan – Improving Schools, 2019
In light of an international policy movement to increase focus on students' academic achievement, the question of how to improve schools has become an important issue at all levels in the school system. Substantial resources have been invested in reforms to improve conditions for pupils' learning. Great expectations and responsibility are often…
Descriptors: Teacher Evaluation, School Effectiveness, Faculty Development, Educational Environment
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Guerin, Rebecca J.; Toland, Michael D.; Okun, Andrea H.; Rojas-Guyler, Liliana; Baker, Devin S.; Bernard, Amy L. – Journal of School Health, 2019
Background: Workplace safety and health is a major public health concern, but largely absent from the school health curriculum. Little is known about teachers' perceptions of teaching workplace safety and health topics. Methods: We administered a 41-item questionnaire reflecting the theory of planned behavior, modified to measure knowledge, to 242…
Descriptors: Occupational Safety and Health, Work Environment, Safety Education, Health Education
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Al Ahbabi, Nafla Mahdi – Improving Schools, 2019
This article reports on findings related to possible strategies of improving school effectiveness in Abu Dhabi from the perspectives of their stakeholders' perceptions, namely, principals, teachers, students, and parents. This study considered 18 strategies of meaningful school improvement (SI) to help align Abu Dhabi schools to international…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Improvement, Educational Strategies, School Effectiveness
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Olsen, Brad; Buchanan, Rebecca – American Educational Research Journal, 2019
Despite the ubiquity and complexity of grading, there is limited contemporary research on grading students in schools. There is, however, an outpouring of publications and consultants promoting new approaches. Many eliminate effort and behavior scores, remove the zero, adopt a four-point system, advocate rubrics, or promote their own software…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Grading, High School Teachers, High School Students
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Davis, Stephen; Ballinger, Susan; Sarkar, Mela – Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics / Revue canadienne de linguistique appliquée, 2019
French immersion programs in Saskatchewan have traditionally served to further the goals of additive bilingualism between Canada's two official languages, French and English. Whereas these programs have historically consisted of predominantly Anglophone populations, recent trends in immigration have contributed to the increasingly diverse…
Descriptors: French, Immersion Programs, Second Language Learning, English
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