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Ghimouz, Rym; O'Sullivan, Siobhan; Baltatu, Ovidiu Constantin; Campos, Luciana Aparecida – Advances in Physiology Education, 2021
Active learning activities offer opportunities for medical students to facilitate the retention of knowledge and develop soft skills. We aimed to create a guide for an interdisciplinary mock trial learning activity within the medical curriculum of the College of Medicine, Anhembi Morumbi University--Laureate International Universities, Sao Paulo,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Active Learning, Medical Education, Medical Students
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Petkov, Sergey; Savishchenko, Viktoriia M.; Semenyshyna-Fihol, Bohdana; Poda, Tetiana A.; Chaika, Iryna M. – Journal of Education and e-Learning Research, 2020
This study deals with solving the current problem of pedagogy of high school -- consolidation of theoretical and practical approaches to ensure the quality of professional training of law students. According to the author, the introduction of simulation modelling technologies in training courses allows enhancing interdisciplinarity in teaching,…
Descriptors: Law Students, Courts, Interdisciplinary Approach, Computer Software
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Reyes, Augustina – Education Sciences, 2020
A mom walks up to the District Attorney's desk in the Justice of the Peace Court with a total of six tickets as a result of her low-income children's truancy, three in her name and one for each of her three children. She faces the possibility of having to pay anywhere from $510 to $2010 in court costs and fines. Luckily for this mother, her…
Descriptors: Attendance, Courts, Low Income Groups, Truancy
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Bakker, Nelleke – History of Education, 2020
This article discusses the science-based diagnostic observation in a Dutch girls' reformatory in the 1950s. Scientisation of the observation implied that to the medical examination upon entry and observation of a child's behaviour were added a psychological assessment, a psychiatric examination, and an inquiry into the family of origin. Inspired…
Descriptors: Educational History, Early Childhood Education, Medical Evaluation, Child Safety
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Lerner, Justin E. – Journal of Social Work Education, 2020
Over the past 50 years, the United States has experienced the disappearance of moderate politics replaced by a more divisive political ideology. As the country has become more polarized, universities, schools of social work, and professors have increasingly leaned left. In this era of extreme political polarization, social work educators have a…
Descriptors: Social Work, Counselor Training, Political Attitudes, Counselor Educators
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Tirres, Christopher D.; Schikore, Melanie C. – Christian Higher Education, 2020
This article explores the merits and challenges of a community partnership that was forged between a Religious Studies professor at DePaul University and the nonprofit Interfaith Community for Detained Immigrants (ICDI). Through this partnerhip, students in a Religious Studies class participated in a set of ICDI-related, half-day immersion…
Descriptors: Religious Factors, Partnerships in Education, College Faculty, Immigrants
Tonkov, Evgeniy E.; Kosolapova, Natalya A.; Lebedinskaya, Valeria ?.; Mutsalov, Shadid Sh.; Stulnikova, Olga V. – Journal of Educational Psychology - Propositos y Representaciones, 2020
The authors, on the basis of the importance of the activities of constitutional courts in the system of separation of powers in most countries, propose a comparative legal analysis of the normative and legal acts governing the procedure for the adoption and legal nature of decisions of these bodies. On the basis of the study of the legal…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Court Litigation, Constitutional Law, Courts
Treskov, Aleksej P.; Markhgeym, Marina V.; Matyusheva, Tatiana N.; Mikhaleva, Galina G.; Tkhabisimova, Lyudmila A. – Journal of Educational Psychology - Propositos y Representaciones, 2020
The study subject in this article is aims to educate the concepts of judiciary principles in Eastern eroup. We substantiated the conclusion on constitutional structuring of the formalization of judiciary principles in the sections devoted to the state foundations (constitutional system); human and civil rights and freedoms; judiciary; higher…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Court Litigation, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights
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Joldersma, Clarence; Perhamus, Lisa M. – Teachers College Record, 2020
Background/Context: This article examines a 2011 court case in which an Ohio state court convicted and jailed a poor, single, Black mother of two school-aged children for "stealing an education." Using a false address, the mother, Kelley Williams-Bolar, enrolled her daughters in a public school district that was more privileged and amply…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Mothers, African Americans, Enrollment
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Day, Elizabeth; Garcia, Juliana; Mathios, Erin; Morrissey, Mary Beth – Journal of Extension, 2020
The opioid epidemic has become a public health crisis; it is important to understand practices Extension educators can use to support affected families. We explored the benefits of a parenting program delivered by Extension educators, the Strengthening Families Program (SFP), for families involved in family treatment court services. Data came from…
Descriptors: Family Programs, Drug Rehabilitation, Courts, Extension Education
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Lee, Won Fy; McNeely, Clea A.; Rosenbaum, Janet E.; Alemu, Besufekad; Renner, Lynette M. – Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2020
We examined the effect on attendance of a truancy court-diversion program for elementary students. Truancy court-diversion programs represent a shift from a law-and-order approach toward a public health model to address school absenteeism. Instead of directly referring parents of truant elementary students to child protection services or juvenile…
Descriptors: Truancy, Courts, Juvenile Justice, Child Safety
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Najih, Mokh.; Wiryani, Fifik – Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 2020
This research focuses on the legal basis for anti-corruption measures in Indonesia and Malaysia and touches upon aspects of enforcement. These two neighboring countries have different legal systems and, of course, their own unique characteristics. That said, these two countries also have many similarities in terms of culture, religion, geography,…
Descriptors: Crime, Prevention, Cross Cultural Studies, Law Enforcement
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Solano, Gina L. – Critical Questions in Education, 2020
This article describes a university service-learning program with preservice teachers who volunteered as tutors to teach in an adult GED program. The adult participants were involved in a local drug court program, which is a branch in the criminal justice system. Project Literacy Instruction to Further Education (Project LIFE) was developed by the…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Higher Education, High School Equivalency Programs, Preservice Teachers
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Superfine, Benjamin Michael; Goldman, Susan R.; Richard, Meagan S. – Educational Researcher, 2019
"Gary B. v. Snyder," a federal class action lawsuit originally filed in September 2016, is one of the most recent and high-profile entrants into the line of cases involving large-scale education reform. In this case, seven students from traditional public schools and charter schools in Detroit sued various Michigan state officials,…
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Educational Change, Educational Research, Research Utilization
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Tran, Hoang Vu – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2019
Diversity is a ubiquitous concept in Education. Our contemporary racial discourse has been taken over by diversity talk. That is, to talk about race in the colorblind era in the contexts of school admissions or educational policy is to do so through the language of diversity. However, the hegemonic ascendancy of diversity has been dependent on the…
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, Critical Theory, Race, Courts
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