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Krista M. Soria; Brandon W. Kliewer – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
In emergence-based leadership education, the knowledge and experiences co-created in the classroom may violate some of the assumptions behind traditional teaching and learning assessment methods. Thus, traditional assessment, evaluation, and outcomes for courses utilizing emergence-based methods, such as intentional emergence, case-in-point,…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Evaluation Methods, Conventional Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Paolo de Castro Martins; Rafael Nogueira Costa; Celso Sanchez Pereira – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
This study presents a systematic literature review to explore the connections between agroecology and environmental education. Its objective is to address the query: How can agroecology contribute to environmental education? It categorizes research into three areas: non-formal environmental education, environmental education at school, and…
Descriptors: Agriculture, Ecology, Environmental Education, Conventional Instruction
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Jin Gong; Sanfa Cai; Ming Cheng – Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 2024
A 'flipped classroom' creates a dynamic and effective learning environment where students learn basic knowledge at home and engage in active learning activities during the class. It has been widely used across different STEM (Science, Technology, Environment, Mathematics) disciplines. However, there is a lack of systematic and quantitative…
Descriptors: Flipped Classroom, STEM Education, Higher Education, Program Effectiveness
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Wanqing Hu; Ruiyan Huang; Yanyan Li – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Researchers are increasingly calling for more computational thinking (CT) teaching tools and activities designed for young children. Considering young children's need to draw on their bodily experiences to learn abstract concepts, this study applied the embodied cognition perspective to design an unplugged (non-computer-based) toolkit with…
Descriptors: Conventional Instruction, Learning Activities, Mental Computation, Young Children
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Kübra Özmen; Ömer Faruk Özdemir – Research in Science Education, 2024
This study explored the effects of explicit and implicit epistemologically enhanced instructions probing 9th-grade students' personal epistemologies on their physics-related personal epistemology (PPE) and physics achievement in the heat and temperature unit. In the implicit epistemologically enhanced instruction (IEEI), different dimensions of…
Descriptors: Grade 9, Physics, Science Achievement, Epistemology
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Zhou, Zhenyu – Education and Information Technologies, 2023
The way the music piece sounds strongly depends on what directions a choral conductor gives the choir. This study aims to investigate the characteristics of an innovative learning environment (ILE) for teaching choral conducting. The study involves 111 students from Hangzhou Normal University to evaluate the significance of the proposed ILE…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Singing, Music Education, College Students
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Barrett, Brian; McPhail, Graham – Journal of Education, 2023
This paper contributes to the theorization of radical visible pedagogy by building upon Basil Bernstein's initial conceptualization and previous efforts to develop it. Alongside Bernstein's "classification" and "framing" we suggest that incorporating the concepts of "semantic gravity" and "semantic density"…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Instruction, Teaching Methods, Classification
Hagge, Patrick D. – Geography Teacher, 2023
The role of geographic information systems (GIS) in education is vital. Geospatial skills have been shown to correlate with improved performance of general spatial thinking (Lee and Bednarz 2009) as well as specific geography-related content (Hall-Wallace and McAuliffe 2002). As students are exposed to more GIS, they gain skills that are desired…
Descriptors: Geography Instruction, Cartography, Lecture Method, Conventional Instruction
Marco Bertoni; Gabriel Heller-Sahlgren; Olmo Silva – Centre for Economic Performance, 2023
We investigate the impact of attending a free school in England -- that is, a new start-up school that enjoys considerable autonomy while remaining in the state sector. We analyse the effects of two secondary free schools with different teaching philosophies: one follows a 'no excuse' paradigm, while the other one adopts a 'classical liberal',…
Descriptors: Influences, Institutional Autonomy, Secondary Schools, Free Schools
Doyle, Anesa – ProQuest LLC, 2023
Climate change is a defining challenge that is impacting the globe, associated with harsher weather, increasing temperatures, and increased landfills. The problem addressed in this dissertation research study is understanding how to engage individuals to adopt environmental attitudes. Environmental education is known to support…
Descriptors: Climate, Conservation (Environment), Attitudes, Training
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Henry Angulo-Jiménez; Marisela Bonilla-López; Esteban Rojas-Ramírez – Topics in Language Disorders, 2024
Purpose: Although autistic perspectives are paramount for evidence-based practice and the neurodiversity paradigm, they are often underrepresented in research and have only recently started to get attention from professionals in different fields, including communication sciences and disorders (CSD) and foreign language teaching (FLT). To alleviate…
Descriptors: Language Acquisition, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Spanish, French
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Cui-Yu Wang; Bao-Lian Gao; Shu-Jie Chen – Education and Information Technologies, 2024
How to develop students' computational thinking (CT) is an important topic faced by academics and front-line teachers. However, the solution of programming problems requires paying attention to every detail of the problem and building a solution to the problem step by step, and for beginners, they often get stuck when one of these aspects goes…
Descriptors: Computation, Thinking Skills, Elementary School Students, Metacognition
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Gede Arka Puniatmaja; Ni Nyoman Parwati; I Made Tegeh; I Gde W. Sudatha – Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction, 2024
The present study aimed at examining the effect of e-learning and students 'digital literacy towards their learning outcomes. It was designed in quasi-experimental research with post-test-only control group within 2x2 factorial design. The sample of the study involved 96 vocational students obtained from random sampling technique. Two instruments…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Educational Technology, Vocational Education, Conventional Instruction
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Eugene Matusov – Schools: Studies in Education, 2024
The purpose of this article is to discuss the complexities of the role and place of students' own gadgets in an innovative university democratic education embedded in a conventional institution. I argue that modern gadgets greatly promote, tacitly shape, and, perhaps paradoxically, severely curb human authorial agency. Gadgets are one of the…
Descriptors: Democratic Values, Conventional Instruction, Technology Uses in Education, Handheld Devices
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Pathania, Manisha; Mantri, Archana; Kaur, Deepti Prit; Singh, Chander Partap; Sharma, Bhanu – Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 2023
Over the past numerous years, the training structure is applying outdated strategies that keep schools from moving to competency-based models. Since most of the parts are instructor-oriented, the students are the detached party in the classroom which prompts less communication between students and the instructor. Augmented Reality (AR) is an…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Teaching Methods
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