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Wanjiru, Jenestar – Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 2021
The concepts of 'leadership' and 'inclusion' continue to attract much attention in educational discourses; however, not many studies have explored their connection in schools serving conflict-affected communities where displacement and fragmentation of families risks the access, participation and achievement of many young people in education. This…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Inclusion, Conflict, Access to Education
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Cutrer-Párraga, Elizabeth A.; Heath, Melissa A.; Caldarella, Paul – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2021
Literacy coaching, an effective professional development strategy for early childhood teachers, is a respected component in educational reform initiatives. This qualitative case study explored and described interactive processes between literacy coaches (n = 5) and Kindergarten teachers (n = 6). This study focused on how established kindergarten…
Descriptors: Preschool Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Resistance (Psychology), Emergent Literacy
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Saultz, Andrew; Lyons, Abigail I.; Aronson, Brittany; Sander, Scott A.; Malin, Joel R. – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2021
This study provides empirical evidence on preservice teachers' (PSTs) dispositions by surveying them on topics of educational policy in their first required course for a teacher preparation program in one mid-sized public university. Our survey used the same questions as did the Ed Next/Harvard Program on Education Policy and Governance poll,…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Educational Policy, Teacher Education Programs
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Pugach, Marleen C.; Matewos, Ananya M.; Gomez-Najarro, Joyce – Journal of Teacher Education, 2021
Although disability is assumed to be part of the teacher education social justice landscape, its position in the context of social justice is contested and has not been informed by an analysis of the empirical record. To address this gap, we examined 25 years of research on social justice in teacher education, focusing on how disability is…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Social Justice, Preservice Teacher Education, Educational Research
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Tian, Lin; Liu, Nian Cai – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2021
This study identifies the (global) common goods produced and augmented by inward student mobility and its relevance to national policies and strategies in China by interviewing 27 policy-makers, university leaders, and academics, as well as international students. Most importantly, it develops a new framework for interpreting inward student…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Foreign Students, Student Mobility
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Jones, Hannah C.; Rowan, Anderson; Stephens, Rachel L.; Brauch, Jeffrey A. – Christian Higher Education, 2021
Many Americans identify as religious or spiritual, with a large subset of these individuals identifying as Christian. However, many doctoral training programs neglect to incorporate religion and spirituality into their curricula in an intentional and integrated way. Past national research has documented that many professionals report feeling…
Descriptors: Christianity, Doctoral Programs, Doctoral Students, Spiritual Development
Drew, Naomi – Free Spirit Publishing, 2021
Kids learn better and feel better about themselves in an atmosphere of safety and respect. This book shows you how to help students in grades three through six: (1) Foster kindness, compassion, and empathy; (2) Manage anger; (3) Prevent conflict; (4) Respond to conflict; (5) Address name-calling and teasing; (6) Deal with bullying; and (7) Accept…
Descriptors: School Culture, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
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Gallagher, Michael; Breines, Markus – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
Automation is becoming increasingly common in higher education. This is generally posed around accepting large number of students while seeking to keep faculty numbers static and casualising an already fragmented academic labour market. Much of this automation is positioned around perceived gains (efficiency, time, cost) and learning…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Automation, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Bourassa, Gregory – Journal of Education Policy, 2021
While political theorists have elaborated on the phenomenon of neoliberal multiculturalism, many progressive educational scholars have yet to adequately theorize this nexus. Neoliberalism either remains unproblematized or, in some instances, it is imagined as a tendency that is antithetical to and incompatible with multiculturalism. This essay…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Cultural Pluralism, Progressive Education, Diversity
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Gardner-McTaggart, Alexander Charles – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2021
International Baccalaureate (IB) Directors of international schools command a paradoxical space of progressive futures, cloaking injustice and whiteness. This is enacted daily through policy, recruitment, teaching and remuneration which privileges the empowered, exploits the marginalised and thereby delivers a critical education of questionable…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Advanced Placement Programs, International Schools, Social Capital
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Parra, Saro Lozano; Bakker, Cok; van Liere, Lucien – Journal of Curriculum Studies, 2021
Research shows that teachers and educators struggle to act when conflict appears in the classroom. This article argues that (political) conflict should not be avoided or eradicated. Teachers should enable conflict and attend to their pupils in the process, in order to enable further understanding of each other and their differences, as part of…
Descriptors: Conflict, Political Attitudes, Citizenship Education, Problem Solving
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Mark, Sheron L. – College Teaching, 2021
Pre-service and beginning in-service science teachers enrolled in a university teacher education program participated in a project to support their teaching through a lens of sustainability. While they demonstrated active and positive engagement, I considered the possibility of any students reacting negatively to the course material and doing so…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education, Inclusion, Political Issues
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Moriña, Anabel; Orozco, Inmaculada – Educational Studies, 2021
This article describes the beliefs, knowledge, designs and actions of primary education teachers who carry out inclusive pedagogy. We gathered the data using two semi-structured interviews. Twenty-five primary education teachers participated in the study, from eleven Spanish urban public schools. The results covered four topics: beliefs,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Inclusion, Elementary School Students, Public Schools
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Gennissen, Lokke M.; Stegers-Jager, Karen M.; de Graaf, Jacqueline; Fluit, Cornelia R. M. G.; de Hoog, Matthijs – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2021
The diversity of modern society is often not represented in the medical workforce. This might be partly due to selection practices. We need to better understand decision-making processes by selection committees in order to improve selection procedures with regard to diversity. This paper reports on a qualitative study with a socio-constructivist…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Students, Graduate Students, Graduate Medical Education
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Graves, Scott L., Jr.; Newell, Markeda; Harrell, Farran; Wells, Tommy – Contemporary School Psychology, 2021
Mentoring has been identified as an essential component in the development and success of future faculty. As such, the purpose of this study was to gain a better understanding of the mentoring experiences of graduate students enrolled in school psychology programs. Additionally, we wanted to determine if differences were present in the mentoring…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Mentors, School Psychology, Minority Group Students
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