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Phoenix, David – Higher Education Policy Institute, 2021
Positive social mobility benefits individuals in terms of personal advancement and the nation in terms of productivity. There are other social benefits aside. Education, including higher education, is widely understood to be a key contributor to social mobility. However, without a measure of universities' impact on social mobility it is difficult…
Descriptors: Social Mobility, Higher Education, Universities, Outcomes of Education
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Shengnan, Liu; Hallinger, Philip – Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 2021
Teacher professional learning plays a critical role in education reform by enabling teachers to refine their professional skills and keep up with changing content knowledge, pedagogy, and trends in schooling. This study examines how and under what conditions principal instructional leadership contributes to teachers' professional learning in…
Descriptors: School Administration, Principals, Instructional Leadership, Leadership Effectiveness
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Yurtyapan, Mehmet Ihsan; Keleli Yilmaz, Gül – Participatory Educational Research, 2021
The aim of this study is to examine the geometric thinking levels of middle school mathematics preservice teachers regarding the problem situations regarding the concept of social distance according to the SOLO taxonomy. The research was conducted using the special case method, one of the qualitative research methods. The working group, studying…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Middle School Teachers, Mathematics Teachers
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Diamond, Aurel H.; Kislev, Elyakim – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2021
This paper investigates how different perceptions of STEM are related to the anticipated levels of discrimination in STEM-related fields for minority high-school students in Israel. Regression analyses of questionnaire data (N = 380) from Arab-Palestinian (minority) and Jewish (majority) high-school students are conducted. The results suggest that…
Descriptors: Scientific Attitudes, STEM Education, Minority Group Students, High School Students
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Ferrari, Anne – Teaching of Psychology, 2021
Research shows that stigma toward mental illness prevents a large percentage of college students from seeking help. Finding pedagogies that can be utilized in the classroom to reduce stigma is important. The present study replicated previous research that utilized celebrity case material in the teaching of abnormal psychology for the purpose of…
Descriptors: Mental Disorders, Psychopathology, Teaching Methods, Instructional Effectiveness
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Koutsikou, Maria; Christidou, Vasilia; Papadopoulou, Maria; Bonoti, Fotini – Education Sciences, 2021
Verbal text and images constitute the principal semiotic modes interacting to produce interpersonal meanings in multimodal science texts for young children. These meanings relate to pedagogical perceptions about children's learning. This study examined verbal text-image relations regarding the interpersonal meaning dimensions of address (the way…
Descriptors: Reader Text Relationship, Visual Aids, Preschool Children, Instructional Materials
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Khammari, Hassen – Arab Journal of Applied Linguistics, 2021
The present study investigated the production of the speech act of disagreement among Tunisian non-native students of English and American native speakers of English. Discourse completion test (DCT) was used to elicit disagreement strategies by the informants. Non-native informants produced a total of 376 acts and native informants produced 395…
Descriptors: Speech Acts, Cultural Differences, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Dawes Duraisingh, Liz; Blair, Susannah; Aguiar, Anastasia – Intercultural Education, 2021
Twenty-six participants aged 12-18 living in four countries were interviewed about their experiences participating in a digital exchange programme and learning about cultures. Abductive analysis of the transcripts suggests that social media-type learning formats offer particular opportunities for young people to: (1) engage with different cultures…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, International Educational Exchange, Social Media, Adolescents
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Gesuato, Sara – TESL-EJ, 2021
This paper addressed the under-investigated question whether speech act moves can be identified and classified in conversation by examining the content, positioning, and strategic role of utterances in turns and turn sequences. To this end, offering exchanges were analysed in the transcripts of 31 open role-plays. These were elicited from American…
Descriptors: Speech Acts, Role Playing, Teaching Methods, Native Speakers
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O'Connor, Cliodhna; Burke, Judith; Rooney, Brendan – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2020
Adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often experience social marginalisation. This study uses a vignette-based design to clarify whether diagnostic disclosure affects social marginalisation in workplace contexts. It investigates two potential mediators of this relationship: affective response to and theory of mind for people with ASD.…
Descriptors: Clinical Diagnosis, Correlation, Adults, Autism
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Brewster, Kendra R.; Fricchione, Melanie A.; Murphy, Sara A.; Jean, Phoebee; Sloan, Christina M. – Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, 2020
The qualitative analysis of the experiences of a small study of 23 service learners indicated that individuals negotiate social distance as they: (1) ascribe agency in action and affect to themselves and others; (2) consider whether they belong on-site and connect with others; and (3) grapple with the structural inequalities that shape social…
Descriptors: Social Distance, Service Learning, Learning Experience, Critical Theory
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Grigg, Russell – History of Education, 2020
This paper explores the emotional experiences of elementary school inspections, from the appointment of the first State school inspectors in 1839 to 1911 when Edward Holmes, the retiring chief inspector, signposted the prospects of a new era in elementary education. The paper is arranged in two parts: the first provides an outline of the origins…
Descriptors: Inspection, Educational History, Educational Change, Emotional Experience
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Fekete, Marianna – Acta Educationis Generalis, 2020
Introduction: In the context of national and global events of the last few years (wave of refugees in 2015, terrorist attacks, climate change, strengthening of far-right and radical parties, fake news and manipulation, etc.), the ability of making an independent opinion, making resolutions based on facts and knowledge, being able to see through…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Global Approach, Nationalism, Information Literacy
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Trott, Sean; Rossano, Federico – Discourse Processes: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 2020
Requesting plays a key role in human communication. One can request the same thing in multiple ways (e.g., "Pass the salt" vs. "Could you pass the salt?"). How do speakers determine which request form to produce? And how does this choice affect a recipient's evaluation of a request? Previous analyses of naturalistic…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Communication, Communication Skills, Speech Communication, Discourse Analysis
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Potter, Hilary – Research-publishing.net, 2020
This chapter examines the impact of the Year Abroad (YA) on mental health and wellbeing, arguing that whilst we tend to be systemically and culturally inclined to focus on and mitigate negative impact, we overlook the benefits. Drawing on qualitative and quantitative data from students surveyed on placement in Germany and Austria, and on mental…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Mental Health, Well Being, Student Experience
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