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Passion Ilea; Ericka Kimball – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2024
Integrated health care poses a unique opportunity for social workers to deliver person-centered, empowering, and collaborative care addressing all aspects of patient health. This study analyzed four years of data from a project designed to train social work master's students to be effective members on integrated teams. Students that participated…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Social Work, Specialization, Integrated Curriculum
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Gil-Izquierdo, María; Cordero, Jose M.; Cristóbal, Víctor – Education Economics, 2023
This paper aims to provide evidence on whether the specialization of schools in certain teaching strategies contributes to promoting student skills. Specifically, we will focus on comparing those that make intensive use of innovative practices with those specialized in the use of traditional methodologies. By employing propensity score matching…
Descriptors: Specialization, Teaching Methods, Academic Achievement, Learning Processes
Hill, Yasmine Mignon – ProQuest LLC, 2023
Medical students have consistently identified medical school as a stressful experience. Although studies show stress management to be beneficial for helping students alleviate stress, few studies have been conducted with osteopathic medicine (DO) students as participants. The purpose of the quasi-experimental study was to assess the effect of…
Descriptors: Medical Students, Stress Management, Medical Education, Program Effectiveness
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Fernando Prieto Ramos; Diego Guzmán – Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 2024
The relevance of translation and law degrees as pathways to professional legal translation is the subject of persistent debate, but there is limited research on the relationship between legal translators' backgrounds and competence levels in practice. This study compares the revision performance of several groups of institutional translators (44…
Descriptors: Translation, Laws, Quality Assurance, Revision (Written Composition)
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Diana Pasmanik; Carolina Jorquera – Psychology in the Schools, 2024
Class phenomena have primary significance for the diagnosis and intervention at both an individual and a whole-class level for school psychologists. Trying to bring undergraduate psychology students closer to class and teaching, a learning experience based on an adaptation of Lesson Study, a professional development method for teachers, was…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Specialization, Undergraduate Students, Communities of Practice
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Starling, Natalie R.; Elias, Eric M.; Coleman, Mykelle S. – Contemporary School Psychology, 2021
How can school psychologists effectively address and respond to the myriad needs of students in our nation's schools? As these needs are ever-growing and diversifying, should the profession of school psychology consider mirroring this diversification through the promotion of specialized skill sets? Such efforts would echo the development of…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Specialization, School Psychologists
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Hordern, Jim – London Review of Education, 2021
This article starts with a comment on John White's article published in 2019 in the "London Review of Education," 17 (3), entitled 'The end of powerful knowledge?', and particularly on the point made about specialized knowledge and its relation to powerful knowledge. It is argued here that it is important to clarify the distinction…
Descriptors: Specialization, Systems Approach, Power Structure, Learning
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Munyaradzi Hwami – Teaching in Higher Education, 2024
The article examines challenges faced by academics in Zimbabwe's universities. With a particular focus on university teaching and research, the article draws upon empirical evidence from a survey study and in-depth semi-structured interviews with academics from four public universities. The survey findings suggest that years of university teaching…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Instruction, College Faculty, Specialization
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Gustavo Zampieri – Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 2024
Due to the significant growth of participants in sports around the world, this article aims to identify the effects of early specialization, as well as the roles and responsibilities of the professionals and people involved in athlete development, especially in the context of soccer. It describes the phases of Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD)…
Descriptors: Athletics, Specialization, Team Sports, Athletes
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Natalya A. Arkhipova; Natalya N. Evdokimova; Tatyana V. Rudina – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024
The article discusses the organization of the educational process of railway university students in the target programs. A successful educational process will be effective if the training provided to students of the transport university is of an acceptable quality, which will lead to a high demand for a specialist. When participating in targeted…
Descriptors: College Students, Transportation, Mathematics Education, Learning Processes
Hines, Darius K. – ProQuest LLC, 2023
Would STEAM project and program resources be better utilized through collaboration between STEM and Arts professionals or from creating STEAM from within the Arts and STEM disciplines organically? Four hundred nineteen STEM and Arts professionals from academia and industry were surveyed for their thoughts and opinions regarding STEAM, creating a…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Art Education, STEM Education, Partnerships in Education
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Zachary F. Miller; Dustin Crowther – Foreign Language Annals, 2024
Specialized learning institutions (SLIs) feature organizational cultures, learning environments, and Postgraduation expectations that typically differ from traditional 4-year universities. For students pursuing foreign language (FL) study within an SLI, coursework is frequently accompanied by a range of nonacademic tasks that are required for…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Specialization, Military Training, Military Personnel
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Hod Anyigba; Alexander Preko; William Kwesi Senayah – Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning, 2024
Purpose: This study is to examine and develop sector skills strategies and action plans for the textile and apparel (T&A) sector. Design/methodology/approach: The paper used a participatory action qualitative method anchored on the Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) framework, utilising the workshop-based approach with 24 key…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Clothing, Labor Supply, Job Skills
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Niki Tsangaridou; Charalambos Y. Charalambous; Ermis Kyriakides – European Physical Education Review, 2024
Although in recent years there has been growing attention on how preservice classroom teachers (PCTs) learn to teach physical education (PE), it is still unclear if there are differences between PCTs who choose a PE specialization and those who do not. Investigating such differences could provide insights about the potential role of a PE…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Experience, Physical Education, Specialization
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Main, S.; Byrne, M.; Scott, J. J.; Sullivan, K.; Paolino, A.; Slater, E. V.; Boron, J. – Australian Educational Researcher, 2023
In 2014, the Australian Government established the Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group (TEMAG) to advise on how teacher education programmes could ensure new teachers were adequately prepared for the classroom. Following this, the Australian Government endorsed a key recommendation of the TEMAG Action Now: Classroom Ready Teachers report,…
Descriptors: Specialization, Foreign Countries, Elementary Education, College Graduates
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