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Adie, Lenore; van der Kleij, Fabienne; Cumming, Joy – British Educational Research Journal, 2018
This article presents a focused analysis of teacher and student interaction in feedback conversations to contribute to an understanding of feedback as a dialogic process. Extending the work of previous research, two new and detailed coding frameworks--one for teacher feedback and another for student feedback--were developed to capture…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Teacher Student Relationship, Standards, Metacognition
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Christie, Beth; Beames, Simon; Higgins, Peter – British Educational Research Journal, 2016
Limited research exists that considers the usefulness of outdoor learning as a legitimate pedagogical approach for the delivery of a mainstream secondary school curriculum. To address this shortcoming, we investigated the ways in which mathematics and geography teachers and students from three secondary schools in Scotland responded to the…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Secondary School Teachers, Outdoor Education, Critical Thinking
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Walton, Jessica; Paradies, Yin; Mansouri, Fethi – British Educational Research Journal, 2016
In a highly globalised world with increasing ethno-nationalistic tensions and conflicts, the importance of intercultural education has never been greater. The challenge remains, however, as to whether educating for mutual respect and social cohesion can be achieved through traditional modes of schooling or whether additional approaches that are…
Descriptors: Museums, Ethnicity, Secondary School Students, Student Attitudes
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Harfitt, Gary James; Tsui, Amy B. M. – British Educational Research Journal, 2015
The question of how class size impacts on student learning has been debated for some time, not least because it has substantial financial implications for educational policy. The strength of this debate notwithstanding, results from numerous international studies have been inconclusive. The study from which this paper stems sought to conceptualise…
Descriptors: Class Size, Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Interviews