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Shaheen, Musbah – About Campus, 2019
This article describes one Syrian student's experience coming to the United States to study at a private research university. Based on his time in the US, Musbah Shaheen asserts that the current practices of working with international students on college campuses contribute to the erosion of international students' cultural belonging. The ability…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, Cultural Relevance, Student School Relationship
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Shahid, Mohd; Raza, Md. Shahid; Alam, Md. Aftab – International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 2016
Reflecting through the Indian experiences, a brief attempt is made to explore how disability as a noun takes shape in popular common sense "call names" (adjectives) and how does the popular common sense legitimise and normalise the oppressive language and the oppressed reality of the persons with disabilities? In the Indian context, the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Nouns, Form Classes (Languages), Disabilities
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Beaulieu, Lauren; Hanley, Gregory P.; Roberson, Aleasha A. – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2012
We assessed teacher-child relations with respect to children's name calls, instructions, and compliance in a preschool classroom. The most frequent consequence to a child's name being called was the provision of instructions. We also observed a higher probability of compliance when children attended to a name call. Next, we evaluated the effects…
Descriptors: Experimental Groups, Probability, Preschool Children, Compliance (Psychology)
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Paris, Django – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2019
In this article, I describe the ways educational research often calls us out our names, meaning that educational researchers often name communities not as they are but as the academy needs them to be along damaging logics of erasure and deficiency. I use Morrison's concept of the White gaze, Tuck's concepts of damage-centered and desire-based…
Descriptors: Naming, Educational Research, Indigenous Populations, Group Behavior
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Campbell, Kathleen; Carpenter, Kimberly L. H.; Hashemi, Jordan; Espinosa, Steven; Marsan, Samuel; Borg, Jana Schaich; Chang, Zhuoqing; Qiu, Qiang; Vermeer, Saritha; Adler, Elizabeth; Tepper, Mariano; Egger, Helen L.; Baker, Jeffery P.; Sapiro, Guillermo; Dawson, Geraldine – Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice, 2019
To demonstrate the capability of computer vision analysis to detect atypical orienting and attention behaviors in toddlers with autism spectrum disorder. One hundred and four toddlers of 16-31 months old (mean = 22) participated in this study. Twenty-two of the toddlers had autism spectrum disorder and 82 had typical development or developmental…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Toddlers, Video Technology
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Mangan, Marianne – Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 2013
Call it physical activity, call it games, or call it play. Whatever its name, it's a place we all need to return to. In the physical education, recreation, and dance professions, we need to redesign programs to address the need for and want of play that is inherent in all of us.
Descriptors: Physical Activities, Play, Educational Needs, Educational Practices
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Peters, April L.; Miles Nash, Angel – Journal of School Leadership, 2021
The rallying, clarion call to #SayHerName has prompted the United States to intentionally include the lives, voices, struggles, and contributions of Black women and countless others of her ilk who have suffered and strived in the midst of anti-Black racism. To advance a leadership framework that is rooted in the historicity of brilliance embodied…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Females, African Americans, Racial Bias
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Slaatten, Hilde; Hetland, Jørn; Anderssen, Norman – Psychology in the Schools, 2015
The aim of this study was to examine whether attitudes about gay-related name-calling, social norms concerning gay-related name-calling among co-students, teacher intervention, and school-related support would predict whether secondary school pupils had called another pupil a gay-related name during the last month. A total of 921 ninth-grade…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Homosexuality, Social Bias, Antisocial Behavior
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Jones, Tiffany – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2020
Since the mid-2000s Russian authorities banned lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) education propaganda domestically. However since at least 2014 Russia promoted both pro-LGBT and anti-LGBT education propaganda memes internationally, with a strong focus on LGBT youth. This article aims to explore Russia's double-use of LGBT education…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, LGBTQ People, Propaganda, Social Bias
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Sullivan, Kelley D. – Physics Teacher, 2019
The ubiquitous bouncy ball, or "superball," is an engaging child's toy that has endured for more than 50 years. But what makes a bouncy ball so uniquely suited to its name? Steel balls, for example, are more highly elastic than are butadiene bouncy balls. Yet it is butadiene balls, and not steel balls, that appear in toy stores and…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Physics, Science Activities, Toys
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Cotterill, Simon – Language, Culture and Curriculum, 2020
Unlike other groups of international students, Chinese speakers' use of English names while studying in English is an established norm. Relatively little discussion of the practice has taken place within recent literature, and less attention still has been paid to the minority of Chinese-speaking students who do not adopt English names. The choice…
Descriptors: Chinese, Native Language, Second Language Learning, English (Second Language)
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Yurtbasi, Metin – Online Submission, 2016
Most of us have read Dale Carnegie's classic "How to make friends and influence people" in which he reveals the secret of human psychology: giving people the "feeling of importance" that they seek. He claims in that work that people feel more friendly toward those who allows them this feeling by caring about them and showing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foreign Workers, Teachers, Pronunciation
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Beaulieu, Lauren; Hanley, Gregory P. – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2014
We used a multiple baseline design across skills to evaluate the effects of a program to teach a classroom of children to respond to their name and a group call (i.e., precursors) as well as to peer mediate these precursors to promote compliance with a variety of multistep instructions. Teachers taught these skills via classwide behavior skills…
Descriptors: Compliance (Psychology), Preschool Teachers, Preschool Children, Skill Development
Franklin, Renee E. – Educators' Spotlight Digest, 2009
In this article, the author describes her efforts to collect perspectives about the topic of most appropriate job title for school library administrators. The author presents the results of a pilot study (with 31 respondents) and a national study (with 213 respondents) conducted to answer two research questions: (1) "What do future school…
Descriptors: School Libraries, Library Administration, Pilot Projects, Enrollment
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Yu, Mark Vincent B.; Johnson, Haley E.; Deutsch, Nancy L.; Varga, Shannon M. – Journal of Adolescent Research, 2018
Interpersonal relationships during adolescence can be powerful avenues for personal development. As school is a universal context for youth, positive teacher-student relationships (TSRs) are one potential source for such developmentally promotive relationships. Unfortunately, research has shown a decline in the quality of teacher-student…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Student Attitudes, Adolescent Development, Qualitative Research
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