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Nicholson, Philip Mark – International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 2023
This article presents a sociocultural conceptual framework for researching pedagogy as the "performance" of teaching together with its attendant "discourse." The framework, referred to as pedagogy-as-praxis, consists of two core elements that draw on, combine and adapt several different yet complimentary theoretical…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Praxis, Teacher Effectiveness, Sociocultural Patterns
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Joseph, Patrece L. – New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 2022
Health behavior models are widely used in prevention research with children and adolescents; yet, many of these models were developed based on adult experiences and fail to consider the development of health constructs. The concept of health capacity development is a theoretical model of how health capacities, the health-related developmental…
Descriptors: Health, Sociocultural Patterns, Adjustment (to Environment), Disadvantaged
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Cong-Lem, Ngo – European Journal of Psychology of Education, 2023
Vygotsky's sociocultural theory (VST) has been increasingly utilised as an effective framework to account for the role of emotions in learning and development. Yet, within VST, emotion has neither been systemically theorised nor investigated. This paper contributes to the literature by offering a theoretical discussion of Vygotsky's perspective on…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Cognitive Processes, Educational Theories, Content Analysis
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Molina, José Luis; Lubbers, Miranda J.; Hâncean, Marian-Gabriel; Fradejas-García, Ignacio – Field Methods, 2022
Thanks to the latest developments in network-oriented sampling, it is now possible to measure "transnational social fields," or emergent social structures that connect places or regions in different countries. These structures are instrumental in explaining sociocultural phenomena like the emergence of ethnic or demographic enclaves,…
Descriptors: Social Structure, Sociocultural Patterns, Sampling, Foreign Countries
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Tenney, Kristin; Poulsen Stringer, Brinley; LaTona-Tequida, Talia; White, Isabel – Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education, 2023
The concept of literacy is relevant in many areas of life, both inside and out of the classroom. With science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) being fast-growing fields, STEM literacy in particular holds an important place in today's education system and beyond. While there is not a single definition for STEM literacy, it is impacted by…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Learning Theories, Literacy, Information Processing
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Emma M. McMain; Brandon Edwards-Schuth – Critical Questions in Education, 2024
As social and emotional learning (SEL) picks up pace in the twenty-first century, it is often presented as a universally progressive and even apolitical phenomenon. At the same time, a growing number of politically conservative groups are attacking SEL as a form of "lib-eral indoctrination." Amidst these layered contexts, there is an…
Descriptors: Social Emotional Learning, Criticism, Sociocultural Patterns, Social Influences
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Bruneel, Steven; Vanassche, Eline – European Journal of Teacher Education, 2023
Mentoring is a favoured practice in many fields, including teacher education. This article challenges the uncritical acceptance of the beneficial effects of mentoring, by developing a novel conceptual model which allows to theorise and study mentoring as a discursive practice, focusing on the relations between all actors involved (i.e. teacher…
Descriptors: Mentors, Models, Interpersonal Relationship, Sociocultural Patterns
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Hitomi Kambara; Yu-Cheng Lin – Journal of Educational Research, 2023
There is an absence of cross-cultural qualitative research exploring sociocultural factors affecting reading motivation. To address the gap, the present study adopted the Bronfenbrenner's bioecological model of human development to investigate factors impacting reading motivation across American and Japanese fourth grade students. Additionally, we…
Descriptors: Reading Motivation, Sociocultural Patterns, Child Development, Foreign Countries
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Anne Kultti – International Journal of Multilingualism, 2024
The overall interest in the present paper is equal early childhood education (ECE) in terms of educating multilingually. Instead of monoglossic bilingual education directed to some children, or monoglossic monolingual education directed to children despite language background, education for recognising and creating multilingual practices for all…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Early Childhood Education, Multilingualism, Sociocultural Patterns
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Eric Shyman; Samuel Rodriguez – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2024
This content analysis of the literature explores issues associated with engaging in parent-school collaboration with Latino immigrant families. Sociocultural factors that contribute to the success of parent-school collaboration are identified, and elements that are necessary to include in parent-teacher collaboration such that they are culturally…
Descriptors: Barriers, Culturally Relevant Education, Parent School Relationship, Hispanic Americans
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José Carlos Vázquez-Parra; Isolda Margarita Castillo-Martínez; María Soledad Ramírez-Montoya; Juan Alberto Amézquita-Zamora; Marco Cruz-Sandoval – Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 2024
Purpose: The study aims to assess students' perceived mastery of reasoning-for-complexity competency and its sub-competencies in a sample of students in a Latin American university. The intention was to identify statistically significant differences between a population of men and women with similar sociocultural characteristics, assessing whether…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sociocultural Patterns, Undergraduate Students, Private Colleges
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James P. Lantolf – Language Teaching Research Quarterly, 2024
This article provides a theoretical and empirical argument in support of explicit language instruction. It proposes on theoretical grounds that certain features of a language are sufficiently complex and subtle that learners are unlikely to be able to decipher their full conceptual meaning on the basis of exposure alone. It further proposes that…
Descriptors: Direct Instruction, Language Acquisition, Second Language Learning, Sociocultural Patterns
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Jon Magne Vestøl – Journal of Religious Education, 2024
As perspectives from the Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky have made a substantial impact in the field of educational sciences, they have generated interest even in the field of religious education. To address some possible implications of Vygotskyan perspectives for religious education, this study focuses on Vygotsky's notion of symbolic…
Descriptors: World Views, Religious Education, Sociocultural Patterns, Educational Theories
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Karly J. Anderson; Kevin S. Spink; Sahya Bhargava – Journal of American College Health, 2024
Objective: To examine the influence of dynamic and trending descriptive norms on increasing physical activity and decreasing the sedentary behaviors of university students while on campus. Participants: One-hundred fifty-six university students from a Canadian university completed this study. Methods: Participants were randomly assigned to receive…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Physical Activity Level, Behavior Standards
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Ampatzidis, Georgios; Ergazaki, Marida – Science & Education, 2023
Nature of science (NOS) is considered an important component of scientific literacy. Supporting students to develop a comprehensive NOS understanding is one of the most commonly described objectives within science education. Moreover, history of science can arguably provide a good context for NOS teaching and learning; it has been suggested that…
Descriptors: Scientific Principles, Science Instruction, Teaching Methods, History
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