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Noel L. Clemente – Ethics and Education, 2024
Intellectual character education has been primarily expressed in terms of educating for intellectual virtues (EFIV). This aim of teaching intellectual virtues has received some challenges, such as how it fails to articulate adequate action guidance through exemplarist pedagogy, and how it neglects the pervasiveness of intellectual vice among…
Descriptors: Ethics, Values Education, Teaching Methods, Moral Values
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Jayawickreme, Eranda; Fleeson, William – Theory and Research in Education, 2022
In a 2012 "Theory and Research in Education" article, Spiegel argued that intellectual humility and open-mindedness can mutually reinforce each other to produce good thinking and knowing. In this commentary, we build on this insight and discuss the likely importance of multiple intellectual virtues in producing good thinking. We argue…
Descriptors: Intellectual Development, Thinking Skills, Values, Beliefs
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Yusuke Sakurai; Shizuki Saruta; Wenjuan Cheng – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
Employees' sense of development is an essential component of their well-being that enhances their work performance. In the Japanese higher education sector, the number of foreign academics has increased considerably due to the strong backing of government initiatives. Although studies have unpacked foreign academics' intercultural challenges and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Novices, Foreign Nationals
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María D. Torres; Antonio Moreno; Rodolfo Vergel; María C. Cañadas – International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 2024
This paper is part of broader research being conducted in the area of algebraic thinking in primary education. Our general research objective was to identify and describe generalization of a 2nd grade student (aged 7-8). Specifically, we focused on the transition from arithmetic to algebraic generalization. The notion of structure and its…
Descriptors: Grade 2, Elementary School Mathematics, Arithmetic, Algebra
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Welch, Kirsten – Educational Theory, 2021
Although education for intellectual virtues, including the virtue of intellectual humility, has received increasing attention in recent years, less focus has been devoted to specific obstacles that can inhibit the cultivation of intellectual virtue. In this article, Kirsten Welch presents one such impediment to the development of intellectual…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Values, Personality Traits, Civics
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Thanh Van Nguyen; Sirinthorn Seepho – LEARN Journal: Language Education and Acquisition Research Network, 2024
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, online learning has gained significant attention within the educational context of Vietnam. Nonetheless, there is a shared concern among educators about the effectiveness of the online platform that supports positive learning outcomes. To address this, the Connectivist Learning Environment (CLE), where learning…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, English Teachers, Knowledge Level, Intellectual Development
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Singh, Michael V.; Leonardo, Zeus – Critical Studies in Education, 2023
For several decades, the Gramscian notion of the intellectual has been a popular framework to view the potentiality of educators as counter-hegemonic cultural workers. While this was an invaluable contribution to the field of critical education, notions of the intellectual have largely focused on class conflict. For a deeper theorization of the…
Descriptors: Guidelines, Educational Theories, Social Class, Race
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Dennis, Matthew J. – Educational Theory, 2023
Digital technologies are changing our understanding of ethical emulation. In this article, Matthew Dennis proposes that some social media technologies have given rise to a strikingly new set of ethical ideals, often concerned with the ideal of self-cultivation. While there is relatively little philosophical discussion of these kinds of ideals,…
Descriptors: Ethics, Information Technology, Social Media, Individual Development
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Bowman, Nicholas A.; Wolniak, Gregory C.; Seifert, Tricia A.; Wise, Kathleen; Blaich, Charles – Research in Higher Education, 2023
Scholars and the public alike have questioned the benefits of obtaining an undergraduate education. Although research has extensively examined short-term outcomes associated with college experiences, relatively few studies have investigated non-economic outcomes beyond graduation. This paper explored the link between college experiences and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Experience, School Role, Prediction
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Morozova, Mariia; Gula, Larisa; Dymar, Nataliia; Diachenko, Inna; Bykadorova, Nataliia – Journal of Curriculum and Teaching, 2022
Applicability of the article is preconditioned by the requirements of information-oriented society that dictate modern youth the necessity of work with information ability, to see, to envisage and to correct logic errors. In modern world it is important to conduct reflection of own activity that maintain the necessity of critical thinking…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Independent Study, Thinking Skills, Intellectual Development
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Wozniak, Jason – Philosophical Inquiry in Education, 2022
Philosophical discussions about leisure time often take place on an abstract level. But leisure time does not exist a priori to lived experience in concreate situations. Its existence, or the lack thereof, is often predicated on the material conditions of daily life. In this article the very real conditions of indebted life are the starting point…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Educational Experience, Leisure Time, Debt (Financial)
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Erika Natacha Fernandes de Andrade; Marcus Vinicius da Cunha; Tatiana Cristina Santana Viruez – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2024
Brazilian writer Carolina Maria de Jesus (1914-1977) was born in a rural community and spent most of her life in a slum. Despite this, her literary work achieved remarkable editorial success, having its value recognized by critics and academic circles. This paper analyzes Carolina Maria de Jesus's autobiographical narratives in the light of John…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Aesthetics, Art, Intellectual Development
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Osborne, Jonathan; Pimentel, Daniel – Science Education, 2023
In this paper, we argue that the current science curricula are failing to educate students to be competent outsiders to science. Historically, science education has rested on two premises. The first is that it is possible for students to acquire sufficient scientific knowledge from K-12 education to become intellectually independent. That is that…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Science Education, Deception, Science Curriculum
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Pritchard, Duncan – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2020
It is argued that two plausible goals of the educational enterprise are (i) to develop the intellectual character, and thus the intellectual virtues, of the student, and (ii) to develop the student's intellectual self-confidence, such that they are able to have conviction in what they believe. On the face of it, however, these two educational…
Descriptors: Role of Education, Self Esteem, Intellectual Development, Student Development
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Soutter, Madora; Clark, Shelby – Journal of Education, 2023
Intellectual risk-taking, the act of engaging in learning by contributing an idea, question, or creative thought regardless of potential errors or judgments, is associated with many positive student outcomes; however, there is limited guidance on how to create an environment in which students feel empowered to be courageous in this way. In the…
Descriptors: Discussion (Teaching Technique), Risk, Intellectual Development, Classroom Communication
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