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Talula Pontuti; Serena Madsen; Lundquist; Richard M. Medina – Journal of Geography, 2024
This article describes the process taken by members of a seminar course on radical geography in a primarily quantitative geography department. This course was taught during tumultuous times necessitating the need to explore radical topics and abstract conceptualizations of space and place. We offer our experiences and lessons learned while…
Descriptors: Ideology, Geography Instruction, Geographic Concepts, Teaching Methods
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Stephen Jackson – Social Education, 2023
During the 2024-2025 school year, the state of South Dakota will implement a curriculum inspired by the conservative Hillsdale College model. South Dakota teachers will need to expand their content coverage without the benefit of additional instructional time; find ways to teach young students content that is developmentally inappropriate; base…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Academic Standards, Curriculum Implementation, State Standards
Jennifer Danielle Stoutjesdyk – ProQuest LLC, 2023
CS/HB 1467: K-12 Education is a new education law in Florida requiring schools and teachers to be entirely transparent about the material used for instruction and in school media centers and ensuring all materials used are appropriate and vetted. This study seeks to understand how high school English teachers are navigating these changes brought…
Descriptors: High School Teachers, English Teachers, State Legislation, Course Content
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Kathryn R. Klement – American Journal of Sexuality Education, 2024
Traditional commercial textbooks at the college level are slow to update, often have problematic language or content related to queer and trans identities, and are likely to be prohibitively expensive. As an alternative, I explore the benefits of using open educational resources (OER) and free-to-access resources for a human sexuality course. I…
Descriptors: Open Educational Resources, Inclusion, Textbooks, Textbook Content
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Heijstra, Thamar Melanie; Pétursdóttir, Gyða Margrét – Teaching Sociology, 2023
Creating a positive classroom experience for students can be a challenge, especially when teaching a contested topic such as gender studies. Teaching and learning gender is teaching and learning against the grain, which can lead to feelings of comfort and discomfort among students. The objective is to capture different manifestations of…
Descriptors: Gender Issues, Course Evaluation, Resistance (Psychology), Controversial Issues (Course Content)
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Jeff Witmer – Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education, 2024
The introductory statistics course has gotten better over the years, but there are many content areas in STAT 101 that should be reconsidered.
Descriptors: College Mathematics, Statistics, Introductory Courses, Course Content
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Fedoua Mansouri; Hafida Hamzaoui – Journal of College Student Development, 2024
The present study investigated enhancing undergraduates' epistemological beliefs by integrating epistemological insights into a regular university course using an immersion framework. It was conducted with second-year students in the Department of English Language and Cultures in an Algerian university. The 48-student group received a two-semester…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Beliefs, Epistemology, Foreign Countries
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Pace, Judith L. – Learning Professional, 2022
Dealing with controversial issues is one of the most important tasks teachers perform. In this article, the author presents a few core concepts and research findings that are essential for understanding what teaching controversial issues is all about and why it is so important to develop capability in this methodology.
Descriptors: Controversial Issues (Course Content), Teaching Methods, Faculty Development, Course Content
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Kate Christopher; Lynn Revell – Journal of Beliefs & Values, 2024
This article discusses the way teachers in primary and secondary schools in England engaged with a project to develop a Worldviews approach to Islam in the RE classroom. The project identified challenges and barriers to the teaching of Worldviews that were demonstrated by some teachers' unwillingness to engage with knowledge and curriculum content…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Islam, English, Religious Education
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Elizabeth A. Sanders; Molly H. Goldstein; Justin L. Hess – International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 2024
Engineers contribute to large-scale socio-technical challenges, and human-centered design offers a design thinking approach that helps engineers develop a thorough understanding of the socio-technical effects of their design work. Thus, effective strategies for assessing and teaching human-centered design are needed. This study aimed to identify…
Descriptors: Course Content, Human Factors Engineering, Student Experience, Instructional Design
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David Slavit; Amy Roth McDuffie; Nicole Griggs; Dan Goldhaber; Roddy Theobald – School Science and Mathematics, 2024
This qualitative study examines the information collected about applicants to mathematics or science teacher preparation programs (MSTPPs) and how university faculty perceive and value this information in admissions decisions. Based on document review and interviews with MSTPP faculty and admissions directors, we found that broad measures of…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Preservice Teachers, Science Education
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Martino Ongis; David Kidd; Jess Miner – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2024
As colleges and universities seek to invigorate ethics education, they need methods to identify where and describe how ethics is already present across their curricula. Meeting this need is complicated by the fact that much ethics education occurs in courses not explicitly focused on ethics or morality. In this paper, we review recent…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Ethics, College Curriculum, Relevance (Education)
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Eric Ferris; Christopher G. Robbins – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2024
Recognizing that the American right, and specifically the Christian right, has achieved disproportionate power over shaping the landscape of education policy and political culture, the following engages in a twofold analysis of schooling in the United States. We consider the structural transformations that are being enacted as a result of the…
Descriptors: Public Education, Educational Policy, Politics of Education, Political Issues
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Sebbaq, Hanane; El Faddouli, Nour-eddine – International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 2022
The quality assurance of MOOCs focuses on improving their pedagogical quality. However, the tools that allow reflection on and assistance regarding the pedagogical aspects of MOOCs are limited. The pedagogical classification of MOOCs is a difficult task, given the variability of MOOCs' content, structure, and designs. Pedagogical researchers have…
Descriptors: MOOCs, Classification, Educational Objectives, Models
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Kamilla Khamzina; Arnaud Stanczak; Célénie Brasselet; Caroline Desombre; Camille Legrain; Sandrine Rossi; Nicolas Guirimand; Federica Cilia – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Inclusive education refers to an educational approach in which all students can learn and participate in the mainstream school system. The successful implementation of inclusive practices is strongly determined by teachers' attitudes toward inclusive education and teacher training is one of several factors influencing these attitudes. Given the…
Descriptors: Program Design, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Inclusion
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