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Wenn, Britta; Mulholland, Rosemary; Timmons, Wendy; Zanker, Yvonne – Research in Dance Education, 2018
Theories of emotional intelligence (EI) have already been applied successfully in the field of education, and EI has been found to predict different aspects of teaching such as influencing teachers' self-efficacy beliefs (TSEB). This study aims to explore potential associations between EI, TSEB, and length of teaching experience amongst dance…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Dance Education, Emotional Intelligence, Teacher Effectiveness
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Hainsworth, Mark – Primary Science, 2018
As well as providing a valuable and enjoyable experience for pupils, outdoor learning also enhances and contextualises learning in science by helping pupils understand science concepts. Teachers' lack of confidence in which aspects of the science curriculum they can actually teach outdoors deters them from venturing outside the classroom for…
Descriptors: Outdoor Education, Science Instruction, Science Curriculum, Scientific Concepts
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Sammaraiee, Yezen; Mistry, Ravi D.; Lim, Julian; Wittner, Liora; Deepak, Shantal; Lim, Gareth – Advances in Physiology Education, 2016
In contrast to peer-assisted learning (PAL) in clinical training, there is scant literature on the efficacy of PAL during basic medical sciences teaching for preclinical students. A group of senior medical students aimed to design and deliver clinically oriented small-group tutorials after every module in the preclinical curriculum at a United…
Descriptors: Peer Teaching, Medical Education, Science Instruction, Instructional Effectiveness
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Alexander, Joy; Jarman, Ruth – Literacy, 2015
The Royal Society Young People's Book Prize is awarded annually in the United Kingdom for the best science information book, and the winning book is chosen by panels of young people. This article discusses the findings of a study of the responses to the books and to their judging experience of young people who participated on panels in the 2011…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Children, Adolescents, Nonfiction
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de Silva, Eugene, Ed. – IGI Global, 2015
While the great scientists of the past recognized a need for a multidisciplinary approach, today's schools often treat math and science as subjects separate from the rest. This not only creates a disinterest among students, but also a potential learning gap once students reach college and then graduate into the workforce. "Cases on…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Science Education, Hands on Science, Elementary Secondary Education
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Gartland, Clare – British Journal of Sociology of Education, 2015
Employing students to market higher education (HE) and widen access is established practice in the United Kingdom and other developed countries. In the United Kingdom, student ambassadors are held to be effective in aspiration and attainment-raising work and cited as "role-models" for pupils. The focus of this paper is student ambassador…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Role Models, Student Role, STEM Education
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Youens, Bernadette; Gordon, Jules; Newton, Len – School Science Review, 2014
Practical work has a long history in science education in the UK. This article explores how the influences of curriculum and assessment policy have shaped practical work over recent years. We argue that, together with changes in teacher training programmes, these influences have weakened science teachers' capacity to meet the challenge of calls…
Descriptors: Science Activities, Novices, Beginning Teachers, Educational Practices
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Hull, Alison; du Boulay, Benedict – Computer Science Education, 2015
Motivation and metacognition are strongly intertwined, with learners high in self-efficacy more likely to use a variety of self-regulatory learning strategies, as well as to persist longer on challenging tasks. The aim of the research was to improve the learner's focus on the process and experience of problem-solving while using an Intelligent…
Descriptors: Motivation, Metacognition, Feedback (Response), Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Martin, Michael O.; Mullis, Ina V. S.; Foy, Pierre; Stanco, Gabrielle M. – International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement, 2012
For more than 50 years, the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) has been conducting comparative studies of educational achievement in a number of curriculum areas, including mathematics and science. TIMSS 2011 represents the fifth cycle of the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS),…
Descriptors: Science Achievement, Comparative Education, Educational Trends, Trend Analysis
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Wheeldon, Ruth – International Journal of Science Education, 2017
The effect of intervention activities on the chemistry content knowledge of 92 preservice chemistry teachers (PSCT) was examined via a pre and post true/false with confidence level test focusing on ionisation energy values and the use of a common alternative conception (AC). Data were collected from three cohorts of PSCT each engaged in a one year…
Descriptors: Science Education, Chemistry, Science Teachers, Preservice Teachers
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Ginsborg, Jane; Kreutz, Gunter; Thomas, Mike; Williamon, Aaron – Health Education, 2009
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to compare the self-reported health-promoting behaviours of music and non-music performance students in higher education. It also seeks to determine the extent to which perceived health and self-reported symptoms are associated with lifestyle, emotional affect state, self-regulation and self-efficacy.…
Descriptors: Music, Self Efficacy, Physical Health, Musicians
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Patterson, Fiona; Zibarras, Lara Dawn – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2017
The ability to innovate is an important requirement in many organisations. Despite this pressing need, few selection systems in healthcare focus on identifying the potential for creativity and innovation and so this area has been vastly under-researched. As a first step towards understanding how we might select for creativity and innovation, this…
Descriptors: Creativity, Innovation, Foreign Countries, Physicians
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Onyia, Okey Peter; Allen, Stephanie – Research in Higher Education Journal, 2012
This paper contains results of an empirical study that tested the efficacy and acceptability of two templates designed to fully involve students in proper and fair peer-assessments of their group project work (GPW) by providing concrete evidence of independent progressive documentation of their peers' contributions to the work-process and…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Undergraduate Students, Evaluation Criteria, Evaluation Methods
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Curtis, Steven; Blair, Alasdair – Journal of Political Science Education, 2010
Inspired by the work of Ernest Boyer and the Boyer Commission, the Scholarship of Engagement for Politics project was an attempt to adapt their demands for research-based undergraduate learning opportunities to the British context through the pedagogy of placement learning. This article explores the project's attempts to make placement learning…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Political Science, Student Placement, Experiential Learning
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Miller, William R.; Rose, Gary S. – American Psychologist, 2010
Responds to M. Stanton's comments on the current author's original article. One of the puzzles of motivational interviewing is why it works at all. How can it be that an individual interview or two yields change in a long-standing problem behavior even without any effort to alter social context? The time involved is such a tiny part of the…
Descriptors: Intervention, Behavior Modification, Interviews, Behavior Change
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