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Martina Riedler – Educational Policy Analysis and Strategic Research, 2023
National identity is a complex and contested issue, and it is often debated in the fields of social and cultural studies. Museum collections, and the way they are presented and interpreted, are closely linked to national identity. National museums, as symbols of national unity, can manipulate perceptions about dominant ideologies and the…
Descriptors: Nationalism, Museums, Ideology, Social Systems
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Sungwoo Um – Journal of Moral Education, 2024
In this paper, I explore the characteristic reason that motivates a virtuously honest person to perform honest actions. I critically examine previous accounts of honesty's characteristic motivating reason, including Christian Miller's pluralistic account, which allows various virtuous motivating reasons to count as honesty's motivation. I then…
Descriptors: Ethics, Moral Values, Behavior Patterns, Teaching Methods
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Hongxia Shan – Studies in Continuing Education, 2024
Research shows a positive association between skilled migration and innovation. Related literature however is largely limited to the use of proxies such as patents, and publications. There is also a lack of attention to how innovation is accomplished in practices. This paper addresses these gaps with an examination of the innovative contributions…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Immigrants, Skilled Workers, Engineering
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Perrotta, Carlo – Learning, Media and Technology, 2023
This article proposes a pragmatic approach to data justice in education that draws upon Nancy Fraser's theory. The main argument is premised on the theoretical and practical superiority of a deontological framework for addressing algorithmic bias and harms, compared to ethical guidelines. The purpose of a deontological framework is to enable the…
Descriptors: Data, Justice, Algorithms, Bias
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Christensen, Bo Allesøe – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2023
The aim of the article is to theoretically develop a notion of digital "Bildung" that accepts the "world" of today as characterised by the entanglement of humans and technology. I draw on Adorno's critical notion of "Bildung," Luciano Floridi's and Katherine Hayles' respective understandings of the human-technology…
Descriptors: Philosophy, Social Theories, Semantics, Man Machine Systems
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John Canning; Emma-Louise Jay – Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 2024
Social acceleration, the rapidly increasing speeding up of the pace of life, has been described and theorised by contemporary social theorists including Paul Virilio, Ben Agger, Thomas Hylland Eriksen, and Hartmut Rosa. While these theorists use illustrations from education, and others such as Foucault and Adam have considered the relationship…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Social Change, Social Theories, Educational Philosophy
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Paolo Landri – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
In the latest two decades, there has been an increasing number of publications in education studies drawing on Actor-Network Theory (ANT). However, the uptake of ANT in education studies was not immediate, and the investigations on educational leadership through ANT have been rare. With the aim of promoting the study of educational leadership…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Educational Research, Instructional Leadership, Ecology
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Powell, Sean Robert – Philosophy of Music Education Review, 2021
This paper presents an argument that social theory has valuable roles to play in music education research and philosophy. I first discuss how theory can enhance and strengthen empirical work--and provide insights and connections that abstracted empiricism alone cannot. Then, I argue that social theory--developed, extended, and advanced through…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Music Education, Educational Philosophy, Role
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Dorte Moeskaer Larsen; Camilla Hellsten Østergaard; Klaus Rasmussen – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2024
The implementation of large-scale intervention and development projects is often problematic, and the impacts of such projects usually fall somewhat short of what was expected. Additionally, the rationalities of intervention projects are not carried over into classroom teaching as directly as expected. This problem is generally known, but…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Faculty Development, Teacher Education
Sonam Tobgye – ProQuest LLC, 2024
The introduction of Science Education Standards for the K-12 education system of the United States and those of Bhutan is aimed at providing students with equitable access to quality science instruction and to promote a scientifically literate society. These reforms in education systems require teachers who are well prepared to translate the…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Science Teachers, Educational Change, Foreign Countries
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Ronald G. Sultana – International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 2024
This paper focuses on commonly used terms in career guidance in order to examine the impact they can have on the way problems are conceptualised and consequently on the solutions that are envisaged. Four such terms are considered, namely "vulnerability," "resilience," "employability," and "activation."…
Descriptors: Career Guidance, Language Usage, Resilience (Psychology), Employment Potential
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Nick Zepke – Teaching in Higher Education, 2024
This article explores how an integrated concept map of student engagement could improve its use in higher education (HE). In doing so it addresses three problems: (1) there is no consistently accepted understanding of student engagement; (2) no meta-theory integrates engagement's diverse and complex concepts, nor does the literature identify a…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Higher Education, Concept Mapping, Social Theories
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Ruofei Zhang; Di Zou; Gary Cheng – Education and Information Technologies, 2024
Research on technology-enhanced language learning (TELL) has been rapidly growing since 2000, of which the attention is mostly on the statistically significant positive results. However, learning from TELL with null and negative results (NNR), especially its features and reasons, can develop knowledge and awareness of the nature and limitations of…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Technology Uses in Education, Second Language Learning, Social Theories
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Fong, Carlton J.; Schallert, Diane L. – Educational Psychologist, 2023
When a learner receives feedback, important motivational and emotional processes are triggered that control whether and how the learner reengages in a learning activity and successfully adjusts in response to what the feedback suggests. We aim to highlight how motivation and emotion processes influence feedback effectiveness, and how our…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Psychological Patterns, Student Attitudes, Feedback (Response)
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Lars Qvortrup – Educational Theory, 2023
According to Niklas Luhmann, causality is both an impossibility and a necessity in education. On the one hand, the task of the teacher is an impossible one, because teaching as communication is a closed system that cannot determine the learning of pupils' psychical system in any causal sense. On the other hand, one cannot practice as a teacher…
Descriptors: Causal Models, Influences, Educational Sociology, Educational Theories
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