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Saban, Aslihan – Contemporary Educational Technology, 2020
YouTube is one of the social media tools that have become a part of our lives. It is used by many educators as a pedagogical instrument. To determine the perceptions and views students about YouTube can support the effective use of YouTube. For this purpose, metaphors and opinions of secondary school students about YouTube were tried to be…
Descriptors: Social Media, Secondary School Students, Student Attitudes, Video Technology
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Yemini, Miri; Maxwell, Claire – British Journal of Sociology of Education, 2020
Travel has become ubiquitous for most social groups as holidaying abroad has become ever cheaper and ecumene. This paper considers how travel can be understood as part of family practices around children's educations and futures. Drawing on Kaufmann's concept of motility, we examine how spatial mobility might become a form of cultural capital to…
Descriptors: Travel, Foreign Countries, Cultural Capital, Social Mobility
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Punjabi, Shalini – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2020
Formal education has always been the principal model through which societies educate their young. Today, however, schools are seen as non-analytical and are being replaced by logic-based approach of competitive examinations. In India, the growth of shadow education, which is preponderant at the level of secondary education, is providing informal…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Test Coaching, Private Education, College Entrance Examinations
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Liu, Roseann – Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 2020
Families today are using culturally relevant pedagogy (CRP)--a social justice pedagogy that incorporates marginalized cultural practices into the classroom--to cultivate their children into future cosmopolitan professionals. Asian American, black, and Latinx families rationalize that CRP helps their children learn "a little bit of…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Family Attitudes, Educational Attitudes, Cultural Pluralism
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Wolf, Katrin M.; Broekhuizen, Martine L.; Moser, Thomas; Ereky-Stevens, Katharina; Anders, Yvonne – European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 2020
Research has demonstrated educational inequalities for children with migrant background. This article focuses specifically on children and families with a Turkish immigration background in four European countries. Because of the great potential of high quality Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) for decreasing educational disparities, we…
Descriptors: Attendance, Family Characteristics, Foreign Countries, Socioeconomic Background
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Keilty, Bonnie; Smith, JaneDiane – Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 2020
Increasingly, families know prenatally of certain diagnoses with a high probability of developmental delays. These diagnoses could result in eligibility for Part C early intervention (EI) postnatally. Although prenatal developmental interventions (e.g., Early Head Start, Nurse Family Partnership) are common for families with environmental risks,…
Descriptors: Family Attitudes, Developmental Delays, Early Intervention, At Risk Persons
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Snell, Emily K.; Hindman, Annemarie H.; Wasik, Barbara A. – Early Child Development and Care, 2020
New technologies offer exciting opportunities for improving home-school communication, family engagement, and children's learning in early childhood. This paper presents the results of an exploratory study focused on understanding how texting might enhance family-school engagement in early childhood settings. Using focus groups and surveys of…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Family School Relationship, Early Childhood Education
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Hamutoglu, Nazire Burcin; Basarmak, Ugur – Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 2020
Aim/Purpose: The aim of this study is to propose and test a model in which perceived barriers to technology integration are handled within a broad framework. It can be argued that the proposed model will have the dynamics to examine the studies performed on technology integration in a generic way and to have an important place in explaining the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Technology Integration, Barriers, Public School Teachers
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Nesbitt, Eleanor – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
Caste, and awareness of it, have been a persistent, though changing, feature of South Asian communities' experience in the UK. In twenty-first century Britain the issue of caste has come to the fore and has been hotly contested, in relation to equality legislation. In this wider context, the present article maps some of caste's historical…
Descriptors: Social Class, Asians, Educational History, Higher Education
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Strickland, Martha J.; Lyutykh, Elena – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2020
Although studies have explored issues related to the partnerships between immigrant families and mainstream schools, tenacious challenges of marginalization within education persist, warranting new frameworks that challenge the present understanding of the immigrant parents' interactions with the local school. This constructivist grounded theory…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Neoliberalism, Disadvantaged, Child Rearing
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Weise, Janelle; Cvejic, Rachael; Eagleson, Claire; Trollor, Julian N. – Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2020
Introduction: People with intellectual disability (ID) experience barriers in accessing mental health care. Recommendations have been made to implement specialist intellectual disability mental health (IDMH) services in Australia. However, there is limited evidence to inform service development. Method: Family members and support persons of people…
Descriptors: Intellectual Disability, Foreign Countries, Public Health, Synchronous Communication
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Olivarez, Catherine Prieto – New Directions for Community Colleges, 2020
This chapter addresses how Latinx students and their families understand the process of going to and choosing to attend a community college.
Descriptors: College Choice, Hispanic American Students, Student Attitudes, Family Attitudes
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García-Grau, Pau; McWilliam, R. A.; Martínez-Rico, Gabriel; Morales-Murillo, Catalina P. – Journal of Early Intervention, 2019
Family quality of life (FQoL) is considered one of the aims of early intervention (EI) services and a good indicator of service quality. Families were recruited from EI centers in 12 of 17 communities (states) in Spain. This study describes the FQoL of 250 Spanish families with children aged 0 to 6 years in EI services during a family-centered…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Quality of Life, Family Environment, Early Intervention
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Alnahdi, Ghaleb H.; Elhadi, Ayman – International Journal of Special Education, 2019
It is important to understand family members' observations and opinions in regards to the programs offered to their children with intellectual disabilities. This study aimed to examine the outcomes of special education programs for students with intellectual disabilities (SWID) from the families' perspectives. The study sample comprised 150 family…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Special Education, Students with Disabilities, Intellectual Disability
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Michael, Rinat – Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 2019
This study examined the career decision-making self-efficacy (CDMSE) of deaf and typically hearing young adults and the contribution of career-related family support and expectations to this type of self-efficacy. Participants were 110 young adults: 50 deaf persons and 60 persons with typical hearing. They completed the Career Decision-Making…
Descriptors: Deafness, Self Efficacy, Career Choice, Decision Making
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