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Tibbitts, Felisa L. – Prospects: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education, 2020
Fostering cohesion and acceptance amidst a plurality of cultures and values is a clear context for quality education and also for PVE. This article proposes that deliberative democratic decision making (DDD) can result in agreements on (quasi-universal) values that accommodate both the claims of universal values--including human rights--and…
Descriptors: Participative Decision Making, Democracy, Cultural Pluralism, Conflict Resolution
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Scoffham, Stephen – Journal of Education for Teaching: International Research and Pedagogy, 2020
This paper explores the long-term impact of study visits to south India undertaken by UK teacher education students from 1999-2002. The research involved students who had been on the study visits ten to fifteen years earlier. All the participants completed an extensive open-ended survey and the themes which then emerged were investigated through…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Program Effectiveness, Foreign Countries, Transformative Learning
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Okunloye, Rotimi W.; Balogun, Idayat N.; Oladele, Jumoke I. – Anatolian Journal of Education, 2019
The study examined Social Studies teachers' perception of values clarification strategy for curbing examination mal-practice in upper basic schools in Ilorin Metropolis, Kwara state. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. The population for this study was all teachers in Upper Basic schools while the target population was Upper Basic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Values Clarification, Educational Malpractice
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Ige, Olugbenga – Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 2019
Robust teaching strategies are needed in rural learning ecologies to deepen students' attainment of Information and Communication Technology concepts in social studies due to the demands of the information age. Accordingly, this study utilized a quasi-experimental design to compare the effects of three instructional strategies on conventional…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Concept Mapping, Rural Schools, Social Studies
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Manning, Shaun J. – RELC Journal: A Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 2019
Many teachers in Asian EFL situations report difficulties integrating communicative tasks into their classrooms. This study reports on an innovation in which opinion gap tasks were used to support the regular classwork of a middle school English class in Seoul, South Korea. The task had to reflect the learning objectives of the state-mandated…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Middle School Students, Foreign Countries, English Teachers
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Nzahabwanayo, Sylvestre – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2018
While the academic literature is replete with affirming that 'values-explicit' citizenship education programs are biased and indoctrinatory, there is scant attention to substantiate this claim. The present paper fills this gap; it investigates the values education notion informing "Itorero," a non-formal citizenship education platform…
Descriptors: Values Education, High School Graduates, Foreign Countries, Informal Education
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Kuyuni, Stephen Muhala – Journal of Education and Practice, 2017
Corruption has been a worldwide issue in the contemporary world today. Many parts the world including Kenya is affected by corruption. Many writers and critics have shown that it's spreading at a very high rate just like HIV/AIDS and environmental degradation. They have noted that corruption is caused by the following factors: poor governance,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Information Dissemination, Ethics, Integrity
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Jordt, Hannah; Eddy, Sarah L.; Brazil, Riley; Lau, Ignatius; Mann, Chelsea; Brownell, Sara E.; King, Katherine; Freeman, Scott – CBE - Life Sciences Education, 2017
Achievement gaps between underrepresented minority (URM) students and their white peers in college science, technology, engineering, and mathematics classrooms are persistent across many white-majority institutions of higher education. Attempts to reduce this phenomenon of underperformance through increasing classroom structure via active learning…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Biology, Minority Group Students, White Students
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Fritz, Mackenzie R.; Guthrie, Kathy L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Values clarification is a dynamic process in which people come to understand what they individually view as important in their lives by placing a name or label to what one values. This process commonly occurs during the traditional college years and is a critical component of leadership education. This qualitative study examined how junior-level…
Descriptors: Values Clarification, Leadership Training, Qualitative Research, Undergraduate Students
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Shushok, Frank, Jr. – About Campus, 2017
In this wide-ranging interview, Krista Tippett, a Peabody Award-winning broadcaster and the New York Times bestselling author of "Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living" (Penguin Press, 2016) shares her perspective on wisdom, the reemergence of hope, and the need to talk about values.
Descriptors: Expectation, Values, Friendship, Student Development
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Graham, Polly Anne; Ribera, Amy; BrckaLorenz, Allison; Broderick, Cynthia – Journal of College and Character, 2017
While the importance of institutional mission is acknowledged within the higher education community, there is a lack of empirical evidence investigating how missions are experienced. Using survey data from students and faculty, this study investigates perceptions of mission engagement at religiously affiliated and independent institutions.…
Descriptors: Institutional Mission, Student Experience, Teaching Experience, Higher Education
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Davis, Darin H.; Wadell, Paul J. – International Journal of Christianity & Education, 2016
This article explores how educating lives for Christian wisdom might serve as an antidote to the vice of "acedia," a prominent feature of the culture of contemporary higher education. After suggesting that the capital vice of "acedia" seems to capture well various facets of our present age and how the pursuit of wisdom serves…
Descriptors: Christianity, Higher Education, Values Clarification, Values
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Sadeghiyan, Mehri – International Education Studies, 2016
The religious Education is one of the key components of the present age detachment from which poses numerous problems for the society Islamic. One of the factors effective in the destruction of the religious Education is the roots of sin avoiding which can lead to the improvement of the religious Education of the members of the society. Thus, the…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Beliefs, Islam, Moral Values
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Liddell, Debora; Hornak, Anne M.; Ignelzi, Michael G. – Journal of College and Character, 2016
Understanding ethical boundaries in student affairs work can be challenging and difficult to navigate for student affairs professionals. The purpose of this article is to examine the complexities of dual relationships and the ethical issues that may arise. As a result, the authors offer tools to (a) identify various perspectives in resolving…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Services, Ethics, Case Studies, Moral Issues
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Tanchuk, Nicolas; Scramstad, Carly; Kruse, Marc – Ethics and Education, 2016
In this paper, we advance a novel conception of normative ethics and draw out its implications within the domain of professional ethics. We argue that all moral agents, and thus professionals, share a fundamental and constitutive normative interest in correctly conceiving of their ends. All professionals, we claim, by virtue of their positions of…
Descriptors: Ethics, Professional Identity, Moral Values, Morale
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