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Kuteeva, Maria – International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 2020
Conceptualizations of English as standard, as a lingua franca, or as part of translingual practice form part of the discourses surrounding its use in EMI. While researchers generally agree that the 'E' in EMI should not stand for native varieties of standard English, the stakeholders' perceptions of English call for further research. This paper…
Descriptors: Language of Instruction, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Native Language
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Ross, Tara; Wake, Alexandra; Colisson, Pascale – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2020
The media are vectors of representations. If journalists are not aware about the risk of transmitting stereotypes in their productions, they will reinforce the reproduction of stereotypes instead of combating them. Thus, they will be unable to produce fair and balanced information. Journalism educators play a key role in raising the awareness of…
Descriptors: Journalism Education, Stereotypes, Diversity, Role Models
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Raby, Rosalind Latiner – College and University, 2020
In the United States, approximately 33 percent of all community colleges offer at least one type of international education program; of those, about 13 percent offer designated education abroad programs (Malveaux and Raby 2019). Advocacy for community college international education is also not new and is evident in publications, reports, and…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Study Abroad, Institutional Mission
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King, Bruce M.; Burke, Savannah R.; Gates, Taylor M. – Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 2020
In a survey of instructors of human sexuality courses at 58 US universities and colleges, for 51 institutions the female/male ratio of enrolled undergraduate students ranged from 2/1 to 38/1, and typically 3/1 to 6/1. Most courses were offered in departments of psychology or health, which usually have high F/M ratios for majors. However, the high…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Sex Education, Masculinity, Privacy
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Pugh, Jack – Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, 2020
This essay attempts to explore the links between politics, poetry, and collective, embodied readings and discussion in the classroom. When my Year 12 class were asked 'What is Poetry?', their answers suggested something in the Romantic tradition -- of poetry as expressive, individual and emotional. My experience studying poetry with my Year 9…
Descriptors: Politics, Poetry, Group Discussion, High School Students
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Smith, Chauncey D.; Hope, Elan C. – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2020
This study used a youth participatory action research (YPAR) approach to explore the meaning five Black boys make of race, identity, and oppression through their school experiences in a suburban high school. The first author developed, cofacilitated, and assumed the role of participant observer in a YPAR afterschool program aimed at promoting…
Descriptors: Males, Stereotypes, Racial Factors, Identification (Psychology)
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Çavas, Bülent; Güney, L. Özge; Karagöz, Emre; Çavas, Pinar – Science Education International, 2020
Lego has been a popular toy since 1932. "LEGO" is an abbreviation of two Danish words "leg godt" which means "play well." In today's LEGO-based learning and teaching environments, it has been revealed in studies that students working to solve problems presented to them were often unaware of how much time has passed.…
Descriptors: Toys, Robotics, Student Attitudes, Scientists
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Morling, Beth; Lee, Jeong Min – Teaching of Psychology, 2020
Full-time teaching-focused faculty at research universities may hold alternative titles such as Assistant Teaching Professor, Instructor, or Lecturer. We manipulated the title of a fictitious faculty target to investigate how such titles are perceived. Student and lay respondents (N = 317) respected and liked all targets, and their ratings did not…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Student Attitudes, College Faculty, Academic Rank (Professional)
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Walker, Brenda L. Townsend – Middle School Journal, 2020
Historically, middle grade schools doled out the harshest and most exclusionary discipline to adolescent African American males. African American males were routed along school to prison pathways at rates higher than African American females and their peers from other racial backgrounds. National conversations about exclusionary discipline…
Descriptors: Females, African American Students, Discipline, Middle School Students
Willis, Judy; Willis, Malana – ASCD, 2020
Thanks to unprecedented advances in brain science, we know more about the brain today than ever before. But what does that science tell us about how we learn? How can we capture the power of neuroscience research so that it benefits our students? Judy Willis and Malana Willis answer these questions with clarity and insight, translating recent…
Descriptors: Learning Strategies, Neurosciences, Brain, Elementary Secondary Education
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Adebayo, Comfort Tosin – Communication Teacher, 2020
The possession of a foreign accent constitutes one of the challenges international teaching assistants have to deal with in their encounters in U.S. classrooms. This challenge often impacts their perceived competence and effectiveness in the classroom. Consequently, undergraduate students usually have existing stereotypes about international…
Descriptors: Pronunciation, Stereotypes, Graduate Students, Teaching Assistants
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Berti, Margherita; Maranzana, Stefano; Monzingo, Jacob – International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching, 2020
In virtual reality, language learners can experience the foreign culture by exploring authentic and contextualized learning environments. To date, there is a lack of studies investigating the use of highly immersive virtual reality for cultural understanding as well as learners' attitudes toward its implementation in the language classroom. This…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Stereotypes, Italian, Second Language Learning
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Abrica, Elvira J.; García-Louis, Claudia; Gallaway, Chaddrick D. James – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2020
This qualitative longitudinal study explored the experiences of Black males attending a public, two-year, community college Hispanic-serving community college (HSCC) in Southern California. Drawing on the perspective of HSCCs as reflecting a colonial relationship between whites and Students of Color, we outline specific forms of anti-Black racism…
Descriptors: Two Year Colleges, Two Year College Students, Hispanic American Students, Institutional Characteristics
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Weinkle, Laura J.; Stratford, Jennifer M.; Lee, Lisa M. J. – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2020
Instructor evaluations are influenced by implicit age and gender bias, with lower ratings and negative feedback given to instructors believed to stray from stereotypical age and gender norms. Female instructors exhibiting typically male-associated qualities such as leadership and authority, are often negatively impacted. Implicit bias also…
Descriptors: Gender Bias, Teacher Evaluation, Age Groups, Feedback (Response)
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Howard, Joy – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2020
Based on data from an ethnographic study of teachers, the author applies analytical tools from critical race theory to make sense of how teachers made decisions about classroom placement in an elementary school in the U.S. South. The article is organized around the questions, In what ways did teachers in this study make sense of race in classroom…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Decision Making, Student Placement, Elementary School Students
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