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Lee Yong Tay; Melvin Chan; Sau Kew Chong; Jing Yi Tan; Thaslim Begum Aiyoob – International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 2024
Metacognition has been a subject of considerable interest in school settings, particularly its implications on learning and performance in mathematics. While metacognition has been widely studied as a multi-faceted construct comprising of metacognitive knowledge, regulation and experiences in various combinations, few have examined these three…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Metacognition, Mathematics Achievement, Validity
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Candice B. Wilson-Stykes – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2024
Existing research explains academic course failure with two contrasting narratives; one narrative is negative, and the other is more hopeful. To reconcile these contrasting narratives, this study explored students' perspectives on failing a course. The findings offer practical implications for higher education policy, student-faculty/staff…
Descriptors: Academic Failure, Student Attitudes, Undergraduate Students, Public Colleges
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Ciara Thomas; G. J. Melendez-Torres – Psychology in the Schools, 2024
Menstruation is a global public health issue with negative discourses of shame, embarrassment, and disgust. There is growing anecdotal evidence linking negative menstruation experiences at school to absenteeism. This systematic review and line-of-argument synthesis aims to develop a conceptual understanding of menstruation experiences in schools…
Descriptors: Females, Physiology, Developed Nations, Student Experience
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Krusberg, Zosia; Coalson, Elam; Feldman, Andrew – Physics Teacher, 2023
One of the objectives of the undergraduate physics curriculum is for students to become aware of the connections between formal physical principles and personal experience. However, research has shown that awareness of connections between the abstract and the experiential tends to deteriorate, sometimes significantly, after instruction in…
Descriptors: Magnets, Undergraduate Students, Physics, Science Education
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Hall, Kayon A. – New Directions for Higher Education, 2023
Using Sharpe's (2016) wake work theory, this paper highlights how one Black undocumented student used a study abroad experience to negotiate his dis/comfort and take up ontological space a liminal space. I argue that choosing to study abroad while risking uncertain access back in the United States is wake work. Escaping the wake, albeit short, was…
Descriptors: Blacks, Undocumented Immigrants, Study Abroad, Student Experience
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Weidlich, Joshua; Göksün, Derya Orhan; Kreijns, Karel – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2023
Social presence is an important concept for understanding psychosocial processes in learning scenarios that make extensive use of mediated communication like online distance learning. Despite this centrality, a coherent and nuanced theory of social presence is yet to emerge from the literature. Past research has shown associations with desirable…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Distance Education, Student Experience, Preferences
Fidaye Cincil; Kerem Çolak – Online Submission, 2023
Individuals can encounter non-governmental organizations (NGOs), one of the most significant experiences of citizenship, during the early stages of their education. Individuals with foundational experiences at the primary school level, as they reach the middle school level, gain the opportunity to better understand the meaning and importance of…
Descriptors: Grade 7, Student Attitudes, Student Experience, Nongovernmental Organizations
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Xiujuan Sun; Hantian Wu – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2024
Within the burgeoning doctoral mobility scholarship, inhabiting an entwined international and doctoral student status has been argued to render the PhD enterprise peculiarly challenging for candidates. Nonetheless, recognizing that this academic population has a relatively higher level of maturity and sophistication, research has increasingly…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Student Mobility, Foreign Students, Personal Autonomy
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Gravett, Karen; Heron, Marion; Ahmad, Adeeba – Literacy, 2023
What do literacy events look and feel like for doctoral students, and how do these events overlap intertextually, materially and relationally? The last three decades have seen a rapid diversification in doctoral education where new opportunities for study, combined with an increasingly competitive landscape, have disrupted what it means to…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Student Experience, Literacy, Multiple Literacies
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Harwood, Nicole – BU Journal of Graduate Studies in Education, 2023
As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the term "resiliency" has led to much discussion in many educational settings. Resiliency is a profound word and it is through further exploration of its meaning that I seek to garner new insights into what is needed in order to strengthen both student and teacher resiliency, and to provide…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), COVID-19, Pandemics, Student Experience
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Niklas Luhmann – Educational Theory, 2023
Inquiries into the medium of education take up a question that has so far usually been answered teleologically or psychologically. The coherence of educational endeavors has been illustrated by their objective, and this again has been illustrated by the changes in the state of the educatees. The difficulty of such an approach is that no educator…
Descriptors: Student Experience, Student Characteristics, Educational Theories, Teacher Student Relationship
Nettie Puglisi Freshour – ProQuest LLC, 2023
This research study examined student's expectation, experiences and satisfaction with faculty academic advising using a prescriptive vs. developmental lens. The intent was to explore the student's expectations of academic advising, determine if their experiences aligned with their expectation and if this led to satisfaction of their academic…
Descriptors: Student Experience, Student Satisfaction, Faculty Advisers, Academic Advising
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Zhanylai Asankulova; Stephan Thomsen – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2024
Studying abroad acts as investment in human capital and ideally outweighs associated investment costs due to higher earnings or related non-monetary benefits. We estimate monetary returns to studying abroad for female graduates 1 and 5 years after graduation. The empirical estimates--based on panel data from four graduate cohorts in 1997, 2001,…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Student Experience, Salaries, College Graduates
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Jessica Swenson; Emma Treadway; Krista Beranger – Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
Background: Real-world engineering problems are ill-defined and complex, and solving them may arouse negative epistemic affect (feelings experienced within problem-solving). These feelings fall into sequenced patterns (affective pathways). Over time, these patterns can alter students' attitudes toward engineering. Meta-affect (affect or cognition…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Problem Solving, Student Attitudes, Affective Behavior
Harold L. Miller Jr. – ProQuest LLC, 2024
This qualitative grounded theoretical study examined the experiences of 13 Black male alumni aged 25-50 who received special education services in the Boston Public Schools (BPS). Through semi-structured interviews and rigorous thematic analysis, this research uncovered nuanced narratives that revealed salient themes central to participants'…
Descriptors: Alumni, Special Education, Public Schools, Student Experience
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