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Bennison, Anne; Goos, Merrilyn – Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, 2013
This paper reviews recent literature on teacher identity in order to propose an operational framework that can be used to investigate the formation and development of numeracy teacher identities. The proposed framework is based on Van Zoest and Bohl's (2005) framework for mathematics teacher identity with a focus on those characteristics thought…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Professional Identity, Numeracy, Mathematics Teachers
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Bazana, Sandiso; Mogotsi, Opelo P. – Transformation in Higher Education, 2017
South African government has been promulgating pieces of legislation aimed at ensuring racial integration, especially in higher education, and indirectly enforcing acculturation in historically white universities. Studies have proven that institutional cultures in historically white universities alienate and exclude black students' identities.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Blacks, Minority Group Students, Student Experience
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Izadinia, Mahsa – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2014
Research suggests that the development of a teacher educator identity is a central process in becoming a teacher educator. Recently, there has been an increasing interest in the concept of teacher identity. However, teacher educator identity seems to be still under-researched. In this article, a review of literature on teacher educator identity is…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Teacher Educators, Professional Identity
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Parsons, Alan – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2019
By 2016, 3,369 places in Australian boarding schools were held by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Of these, nearly 2,350 Indigenous students attended independent boarding schools, many on scholarship. Despite these numbers and the historical inequalities and assimilationist policies of the past, there is very limited research on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Boarding Schools, Self Efficacy, Ethnicity
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Nantwi, George; Chae, Hui Soo; Natriello, Gary – Multicultural Education Review, 2017
Despite their growing numbers and influence, there is limited research on African immigrant youth in the U.S. The purpose of this exploratory study is to examine the multiple identities that first and 1.5 generation African immigrant college students enact in their online worlds. By developing a deeper understanding of how these youths enact and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Media, Immigrants, Youth
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Hladchenko, Myroslava – Tertiary Education and Management, 2016
After the Revolution of Dignity (2014), Ukraine signed an Association Agreement with the European Union. In the context of European integration, new legislation on higher education has been adopted. Changes in the institutional environment expect responses from higher education institutions, in particular changes in the organizational identities…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, Institutional Mission, Organizational Culture
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McKenzie, Sierra; King, Alyson E. – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2016
The ways in which a new university, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), was represented in local, regional, and national newspapers highlight the difficulties of identity creation for organizations. Drawing on theories of organizational identity and supplemented by interviews with UOIT's founding members, a qualitative…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year Colleges, Higher Education, Perception
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Ferguson, Lara – Child Care in Practice, 2018
The focus for this literature review developed from reading American research by Oyserman and Destin around the theme of identity and possible selves. The intention of this review was to consider whether an identity-based perspective could be applied to investigate the multiple outcomes of UK care leavers. The aim was to explore the relevant…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Identification, Individual Development, Foster Care
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Gardin, Matias; Barbu, Ragnhild; Rothmüller, Barbara – History of Education, 2015
By analysing teachers' journals in Luxembourg from 1892 to 1939, this paper argues that the teaching press played an active role in the promotion of Luxembourg's forthcoming cultural identification. Set amid the growing importance of their professionalisation and self-understanding, teachers became recognised as an essential force for the national…
Descriptors: Journal Articles, Foreign Countries, Educational History, Multilingualism
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Lin, Cong; Jackson, Liz – Educational Studies in Japan: International Yearbook, 2019
The relationship between history education and political education in Asian societies is an underexplored topic. Politics have deeply shaped the development of history education in Hong Kong, as in many other societies around the world. Hong Kong history education reforms have been criticized for providing a new form of national political…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, Political Issues, Educational Change
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Björk, Kaisa; Danielsson, Eva; Basic, Goran – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2019
In 2015, approximately 70,000 children and young people immigrated to Sweden, including 35,000 unaccompanied minors who arrived without any legal guardian. The huge influx of young people has been a challenge for the Swedish school system. Newly arrived immigrant students are a diverse group, and their educational backgrounds vary. Those actively…
Descriptors: Discourse Analysis, Professional Identity, Teacher Collaboration, Teacher Role
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Neidhart, Helga; Lamb, Janeen T. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2016
This article focuses on the challenge of faith leadership in Catholic schools. In particular, it reviews Australian research that has aimed to understand how principals conceptualize and enact their role as faith leaders. Consistent with American research, Australian research found that principals saw themselves as playing a leadership role in the…
Descriptors: Institutional Characteristics, Catholic Schools, Instructional Leadership, Foreign Countries
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Berger, Christian; Lisboa, Carolina; Cuadros, Olga; de Tezanos-Pinto, Pablo – New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 2016
Peer relations constitute a main developmental context for adolescents. Peers offer an instance for identity definition and set the norms of acceptable and valued characteristics, behaviors, and attitudes, representing a societal model that allows and restrains avenues for adolescents' socioemotional development. The present article departs from…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Peer Relationship, Emotional Development, Social Development
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Pizarro Milian, Roger – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2018
Conventional scholarship within the sociology of education and organizations posits that schools achieve legitimacy by virtue of conforming to normative standards, abiding by government regulations and mimicking the forms of successful peers. Through this study, an examination of a sample of 751 Canadian for-profit colleges (FPCs) is performed,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Institutional Advancement, Proprietary Schools, Private Colleges
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Dale, Liz; Oostdam, Ron; Verspoor, Marjolijn – International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 2018
In CLIL contexts, school subjects are taught in an additional language, allowing learners to acquire the target language through meaningful use. This places language teachers in an ambiguous position. What is their role in this context? On the one hand, language teachers are expected to collaborate with subject teacher colleagues; on the other…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Language Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Bilingual Education
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