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Thurlings, Marieke; Evers, Arnoud T.; Vermeulen, Marjan – Review of Educational Research, 2015
Innovative behavior can be described as a process in which new ideas are generated, created, developed, applied, promoted, realized, and modified by employees to benefit role performance. Various reasons, such as rapid technological and social changes in society, underline the necessity for innovative behavior of employees and certainly of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Models, Educational Innovation, Teacher Behavior
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Schnell, Susanne; Prediger, Susanne – EURASIA Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 2017
Whereas equity issues are mainly discussed with respect to students at risk, this article focuses on mathematical potentials of under-privileged students and therefore elaborates a wide, dynamic and participatory conceptualization of (sometimes still hidden) mathematical potentials. An extended research review theoretically and empirically grounds…
Descriptors: Equal Education, At Risk Students, Disadvantaged Youth, Mathematics Education
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Potvin, Patrice; Hasni, Abdelkrim – Studies in Science Education, 2014
The relationship that exists between students and science and technology (S&T) is a complex and important one. If it is positive, then social, economic and environmental consequences are to be expected. Yet, many problems of interest/motivation/attitude (I/M/A) towards S&T have been recorded. A lot of research has been conducted on this…
Descriptors: Science Education, Technology Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Educational Research