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Arias de la Cruz, Andrés – Latin American Journal of Content and Language Integrated Learning, 2020
This study aims at documenting the challenges that three Mexican students participating in a Content-Based Instruction (CBI) module from a Master's (MA) program in English Language Teaching (ELT) face when writing content and language objectives for CBI lessons. Through qualitative research based on a content analysis design, one lesson plan of…
Descriptors: Lesson Plans, Language Teachers, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Labrador de la Cruz, Belén – International Journal of English Studies, 2019
This study explores the different uses of the word "little," its equivalents in Spanish and its teaching to young Spanish learners. First, it aims at analyzing the lexico-grammatical behavior of "little" in a corpus of children's short stories, where its prevailing use, preceding countable nouns, has been found to be much more…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Spanish, Computational Linguistics, Translation
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Toj, Roselia; de La Cruz, Isabel – Childhood Education, 2021
Guatemala faces many challenges to its development that contribute to an underperforming education system with outdated methodologies and student engagement techniques, resulting in missed opportunities for today's youth. This is especially true for Indigenous girls, who experience disproportionate effects of marginalization in Guatemala, which…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Social Emotional Learning, Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods
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De La Cruz Albizu, Pedro J. – Language and Education, 2020
School principals are street-level bureaucrats whose sense-making about language policies makes them de-facto policy makers. In turn, their language policy-making is mediated by their language ideologies and contexts. Using a case study methodological framework, this article explores the language ideologies of 11 New York City elementary school…
Descriptors: Principals, Language Attitudes, Administrator Attitudes, Policy Formation
De La Cruz Bautista, Edwin – Journal of Educational Psychology - Propositos y Representaciones, 2017
This research aims to know the relationship between the variables teachers' pedagogical management and instrumental performance in students from an Artistic Higher Education School. It is a descriptive and correlational research that seeks to find the relationship between both variables. The sample of the study consisted of 30 students of the…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Teaching Methods, Classroom Techniques, Correlation
De La Cruz-Caldera, Lisa – ProQuest LLC, 2017
The recent election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America has incited unprecedented fear and uncertainty throughout undocumented college student populations. Although political barriers to a higher education exist for those who identify as being undocumented, there is a population of undocumented individuals…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Undocumented Immigrants, College Students, Educational Experience
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Hansen, David T. – Educational Theory, 2018
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (1648-1695) is a legend in her native Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America. She is esteemed for the artistic and intellectual quality of her wide-ranging poetry, plays, and prose writings. She is renowned for her defense of the right of women to study, to publish their scholarship, and to teach, all controversial claims…
Descriptors: Mexicans, Poetry, Spanish Literature, Drama
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de la Cruz, Jessica A. – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2016
This study examined how one teacher used research-based knowledge of how adolescents think about proportions. Observations, interviews, document collection, and a workshop intervention were utilized. The design of the workshop was inspired by the cognitively guided instruction studies and its purpose was to explore the research findings on…
Descriptors: Teacher Workshops, Faculty Development, Logical Thinking, Middle School Teachers
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Pleasants, Jacob; Olson, Joanne K.; De La Cruz, Iliana – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2020
With the growing adoption of the Next Generation Science Standards across the United States, elementary teachers are being called upon to incorporate engineering into their science instruction, creating a need for ways to help elementary teachers better understand what engineering is and how to accurately communicate it to students. The present…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Elementary School Science, Science Instruction, Engineering Education
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Sayer, Peter; Martínez-Prieto, David; Carvajal de la Cruz, Brenda – TESOL Quarterly: A Journal for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages and of Standard English as a Second Dialect, 2019
White nationalism has emerged in the mainstream of U.S. political discourse, and restricting all forms of immigration has become a central focus of isolationist, "America First" policies. In August 2017, TESOL International released its "Position Statement on Immigration Policy and Reform in the United States." The authors…
Descriptors: Nationalism, Stranger Reactions, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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de la Cruz, Jessica A.; Garney, Sandra – Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 2016
It is beneficial for students to discover intuitive strategies, as opposed to the teacher presenting strategies to them. Certain proportional reasoning tasks are more likely to elicit intuitive strategies than other tasks. The strategies that students are apt to use when approaching a task, as well as the likelihood of a student's success or…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Logic, Teaching Methods, Learning Strategies
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Ramirez, Pablo C.; De La Cruz, Yolanda – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2016
This article represents a journey into education undertaken by two Latino educators from diverse generations. Through the content of the narratives, we emphasize that success was achieved within the presence of oppression. The narratives reveal significant constructs that shaped our journey. For the first author, Pablo, role models, pivotal…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Phenomenology, Resilience (Psychology), Generational Differences
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Naughton, Michael; de la Cruz, Rachelle – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2016
We begin with the argument that if universities are to form and educate future business leaders with a disciplined sensitivity to those who suffer from both material and spiritual poverty, they will be most successful when they draw upon a mission that has a deeper root system than generic values or instrumental rationality. Recognizing that…
Descriptors: Poverty, Marketing, Business Administration Education, Catholics
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López-Serrano, Sebastián; Ruiz-Ariza, Alberto; De La Torre-Cruz, Manuel; Martínez-López, Emilio J. – South African Journal of Education, 2021
Recent studies and reviews have shown the positive effects of exergames (EXs) on physical activity (PA) and fitness in children and adolescents. Nevertheless, their effects on cognition have been scarcely explored, and no previous review has focussed on this relationship. The purpose of the research reported on here was to analyse the acute and…
Descriptors: Children, Adolescents, Game Based Learning, Video Games
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Terrazas-Carrillo, Elizabeth; Garcia, Ediza; Briseño, Jonathan; de la Cruz, Itzamara – Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 2021
This study sought to explore dating violence perceptions from Latino students in a college setting with the goal of enhancing knowledge for developing successful culturally tailored preventive interventions that decrease Latino college student dropout and enhance persistence. Focus groups including 35 college students attending a Hispanic Serving…
Descriptors: Violence, Dating (Social), Hispanic American Students, College Students
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