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Strikovic, Aldin; Wittmann, Eveline – Vocations and Learning, 2022
The digital transformation leads to changing work contexts and new work objects that give rise to the necessity of collaboration across occupational boundaries. Yet there is a lack of theoretical models of cross-occupational collaboration, particularly with regard to individuals' cross-occupational collaboration competency (COCC). In order to…
Descriptors: Cooperation, Vocational Education, Role Perception, Occupations
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Wood, Brandon J.; Hampton, Eric – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
Understanding the existing discrepancy between school psychologist engagement in systems-level consultation and the ascribed importance of such practice is likely multifaceted. Barriers, such as time spent in assessment, limited training in consultation, and high caseloads, are known to reduce the possibilities and opportunities for school…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Attitudes, School Psychologists, Consultants
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Wagaman, M. Alex; Gattis, Maurice N.; Watts, Keith J.; Yabar, Mauricio P.; Blair, Dmitri; Haynes, Tiffany S.; Williams, Elaine G. – Children & Schools, 2022
Housing instability has a detrimental impact on the academic success of children and youth. Despite having federal policy to direct schools on how to identify and support students experiencing homelessness, many schools still face challenges to developing a systemwide approach that involves school staff in varying positions and addresses the…
Descriptors: School Role, Homeless People, School Personnel, Role Perception
Shen, Wei; Ma, Hongmei – ECNU Review of Education, 2022
Purpose: The purpose of this article is to analyze both teaching-research officers' (TROs) role perceptions and work engagement, figuring out how their competing roles are balanced to ensure continued work engagement and which roles have greater benefits to the community and educational reform. Design/Approach/Methods: The study employs a…
Descriptors: Work Attitudes, Role Perception, Faculty Development, Educational Policy
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Hart, Tabitha; Fassett, Deanna L. – Communication Teacher, 2021
This semester-long discussion activity is designed for onboarding faculty at any rank or status, including new faculty or graduate teaching assistant/associate orientations, faculty learning communities, mid-career professional development programs, transition to administrative roles such as department chair or associate dean, and the like.…
Descriptors: Role Perception, Higher Education, Learning Activities, Organizational Culture
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Deloria, Rochelle; Wolbring, Gregor – SAGE Open, 2022
Nurses can understand and evaluate the impact of neuroscientific and neurotechnological advancements (NNA) from multiple standpoints given their roles as patient liaisons, advocates for their profession and their clients, leaders, and educators as well as their interactions with NNA such including deep brain stimulation and neuroimaging. We…
Descriptors: Role Perception, Expectation, Nurses, Neurosciences
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Brown, Christopher P.; Ku, Da Hei; Barry, David P.; Puckett, Kate – Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
Policymakers' neoliberal education reforms have altered teaching and teacher education. These neoliberal policies reframe teaching and teacher education through conceptions of standards, academic achievement, data, and accountability. By doing so, many new and experienced teachers have left the field, and this has caused many who remain to…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Preservice Teacher Education, Educational Change
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Lloyd, Gwendolyn M.; de Carle, Andrea; Coon-Kitt, Mary Jayne – International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 2021
This manuscript reports a collaborative self-study conducted by three teacher educators who carried out and discussed joint observations of mathematics instruction in preservice teachers' field experience classrooms. We investigated the teacher educator identities that influenced our perspectives on and interpretations of preservice teachers'…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Professional Identity, Correlation, Preservice Teachers
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Kruse, Sharon D. – Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 2022
Research exploring the challenges department chairs face has long suggested the role is difficult and lacks tangible reward (Buller, 2012, 2015; Gmelch et al., 2017). Yet, as higher education demographics, settings, and organizational expectations change and chairs function in more uncertain and increasingly complex institutional environments, it…
Descriptors: Department Heads, Administrator Role, Higher Education, Role Perception
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Forsyth, Rachel; Hamshire, Claire; Fontaine-Rainen, Danny; Soldaat, Leza – Australian Educational Researcher, 2022
The principles of diversity and inclusion are valued across the higher education sector, but the ways in which these principles are translated into pedagogic practice are not always evident. Students who are first in their family to attend university continue to report barriers to full participation in university life. They are more likely to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, First Generation College Students, Teacher Attitudes, College Faculty
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Kosar, Gülten – Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 2022
Seeing the significance of exploring associate teachers' views about teaching practicum, this qualitative case study aims to seek answers to the questions of what the selfperceived roles of four Turkish associate teachers in teaching practicum are and what their perceptions concerning the adequacy of the length of teaching practicum in Turkey are.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Teachers, Student Teacher Attitudes, Practicums
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Brown, Theresa J.; Sobel, Dana – Contemporary School Psychology, 2021
We conducted a systematic review of research on school psychologists' job attitudes. To do so, all available published research and dissertations (N = 58) on school psychologists' job attitudes were gathered and evaluated to address three research questions. First, we identified themes in the study of school psychologists' job attitudes. Themes…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, School Psychology, Work Attitudes, Job Satisfaction
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Wright, Leonis S. – Georgia School Counselors Association Journal, 2020
Due to a growing diversified society, and the specific needs of students who are considered marginalized, school counselors are identified as crucial personnel to serve as social justice advocates to promote educational equity for all students. Despite this calling, there is limited research on school counselors' understanding of social justice…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Advocacy, School Counselors, High Schools
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Boncori, Ilaria; Smith, Charlotte – Teaching in Higher Education, 2020
This article focuses on identity flux and related negotiations that occur for doctoral students who start PhD programmes whilst already in post as full-time academics. Theoretically, we develop the concept of the "learned" and the "learning" academic as end points within a continuum used to explore academic identity…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, College Faculty, Ethnography, Identification
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Lakomski, Gabriele; Evers, Colin W. – Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 2022
The doctrine of leader centrism, supported by the concept of methodological individualism, dominates contemporary accounts of leadership in education and is generally applied as the default option that explains how organizations such as schools function. We argue that methodological individualism is not defensible and that as a result, the…
Descriptors: Leadership, Individualism, Educational Administration, Cultural Context
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