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Li, Wendy; De Costa, Peter I. – Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 2021
The global spread of English has made it the dominant language in academic publishing (Hyland, Ken. 2015. "Academic Publishing: Issues and Challenges in the Construction of Knowledge." Oxford: Oxford University Press). Influenced by enterprise culture, scholars from peripheral non-Western countries face mounting pressure to publish in…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Writing for Publication, Foreign Nationals, International Cooperation
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Wells, Shannon; Moon, Brian – English in Education, 2021
Secondary school English is shaped not only by complex institutional and discursive forces but also by the mundane reality of available resources. Among the resources used by teachers are commercial textbooks. Classroom textbooks can play a significant role in determining what gets taught in English lessons. They can also influence assumptions…
Descriptors: English Instruction, Secondary School Students, Textbooks, Teaching Methods
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Sanscartier, Matthew D.; Johnston, Matthew S. – Teaching in Higher Education, 2021
This article outlines a workshop orienting sociology graduate students to overcoming challenges in publishing. Although graduate students are increasingly told to publish, little guidance exists on how to best prepare them for this venture; mentorship scholarship typically assumes the professor--student relationship is the best or most appropriate…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Writing Workshops, Sociology
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Davis, Jill M.; Pearce, Nicole; Mullins, Mychaelon – Journal of Children's Literature, 2021
Integrating children's literature that represents diverse populations into the classroom is a key part of a culturally relevant pedagogy. Several benefits emerge when children read culturally relevant books. This research focused on the representation of Black males as characters and creators of Caldecott books through a critical multicultural…
Descriptors: African Americans, Males, Childrens Literature, Books
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Poroçani, Natasha; Deda, Albana – Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies, 2021
In this paper, we have reviewed and analyzed literature textbooks at the pre-university level, respectively in the high school. In this research, we have examined the way these texts are analyzed (the pedagogical apparatus as it is otherwise called). Such work is done considering the requirements of the latter to fulfill certain competencies…
Descriptors: High School Students, Teaching Methods, Textbooks, Publishing Industry
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Canale, Germán – Language, Culture and Curriculum, 2021
Language textbooks have been--and still are--the centre of attention of substantial research in the field of applied linguistics, language education and instruction, and language studies, among others. This paper synthesizes results and findings from the current Special Issue 'The language textbook: representation, interaction and learning''. In…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Textbooks, Applied Linguistics
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Sethy, Satya Sundar – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Responsible conduct of research and ethical publishing practices are debatable issues in the higher education literature. The literature suggests that 'authorship disputes' are associated with multi-author paper publication and linked to ethical publishing practices. A few research studies argue authorship matters of a multi-author paper…
Descriptors: Ethics, Publishing Industry, Research, Responsibility
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Cooper, Katelyn M.; Auerbach, Anna Jo J.; Bader, Jordan D.; Beadles-Bohling, Amy S.; Brashears, Jacqueline A.; Cline, Erica; Eddy, Sarah L.; Elliott, Deanna B.; Farley, Elijah; Fuselier, Linda; Heinz, Heather M.; Irving, Madison; Josek, Tanya; Lane, A. Kelly; Lo, Stanley M.; Maloy, Jeffrey; Nugent, Michelle; Offerdahl, Erika; Palacios-Moreno, Juan; Ramos, Jorge; Reid, Joshua W.; Sparks, Rachel A.; Waring, Ashley L.; Wilton, Mike; Gormally, Cara; Brownell, Sara E. – CBE - Life Sciences Education, 2020
Individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and otherwise nonstraight and/or non-cisgender (LGBTQ+) have often not felt welcome or represented in the biology community. Additionally, biology can present unique challenges for LGBTQ+ students because of the relationship between certain biology topics and their LGBTQ+…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, At Risk Students, Science Instruction, Biology
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Andrade-Molina, Melissa; Montecino, Alex; Aguilar, Mario Sánchez – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2020
In recent years, the field of mathematics education has witnessed the emergence of several journal rankings. Within these rankings, Ibero-American journals have had little--to almost no--presence. This raises awareness on the current state of journal indexes and on what these indexes do and how they have been used in constituting sites of…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Educational Research, Periodicals, Achievement Rating
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Park, Wonyong; Yang, Seungran; Song, Jinwoong – International Journal of Science Education, 2020
Research on nature of science (NOS) has confirmed that students' understanding of NOS is best achieved by explicitly considering NOS a cognitive learning expectation and providing opportunities to reflect on it. However, little has been discussed on how to design and use tasks enhancing students' NOS understanding. In an attempt to fill this gap,…
Descriptors: Scientific Principles, Science Instruction, Textbooks, Content Analysis
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Soto-Molina, Jairo Eduardo; Méndez, Pilar – HOW, 2020
The purpose of this paper is to examine and compare the concepts of linguistic colonialism and cultural alienation in University textbooks for teaching English as opposed to the theories about culture in the decolonial turn. Dichotomous categories were established based on the analysis of the cultural component of the textbooks for the teaching of…
Descriptors: Textbooks, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, Foreign Policy
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Kouki, Rahim; Griffiths, Barry J. – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2020
In this article we present the results of a qualitative investigation into the teaching and learning of Taylor series and local approximations. In order to perform a comparative analysis, two investigations are conducted: the first is historical and epistemological, concerned with the pedagogical evolution of semantics, syntax and semiotics; the…
Descriptors: Semiotics, Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Learning Processes
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Wallace, Tanner LeBaron; Kuo, Eric – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2020
Although there is increasing recognition of the value of mixed-methods research, many publication spaces remain methodologically siloed, primarily publishing either qualitative or quantitative research studies. This methodological siloing presents a risk to coherence in the psychological sciences if qualitative and quantitative research traditions…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Periodicals, Educational Psychology, Psychological Studies
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Trahorsch, Petr; Bláha, Jan D.; Kucerová, Silvie R. – International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 2020
Economic maps in school atlases are specific types of maps that represent extra-complex maps with multi-layer and fast-developing content over time. The objective of this article is to discuss a multi-stage curriculum in connection with the results of an assessment of the usability of economic maps by lower and upper secondary school students. The…
Descriptors: Usability, Geography Instruction, Atlases, Secondary School Students
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Regele, Matthew D. – American Educational Research Journal, 2020
The individual economic benefits of higher education are largely determined by what students learn in the process of obtaining their degrees. Increasingly, for-profit companies that develop and sell digital courseware products influence what college students learn. Employees' pedagogical expertise, content knowledge, and understanding of…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Learning Modules, Higher Education, Commercialization
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