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Hanna, Amy – Routledge Research in Education, 2023
This insightful book re-examines the concept of student voice through an exploration of children's implicit rights to silence and non-participation. By considering what remains unspoken but is voiced through silence, this book theorises silence through the lens of power. Responding to calls for more critical approaches to children's participation…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Power Structure, Childrens Rights
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Ville R. Hartonen; Sinikka Pöllänen; Liisa Karlsson; Pertti Väisänen – European Educational Research Journal, 2024
How a society supports its most vulnerable individuals can serve as a barometer of social inclusion. By engaging in previous debates on how the influx and resettlement of refugees and asylum seekers challenge European educational spaces, this study investigates asylum seekers' non-engagement and non-participation in one engaged learning project in…
Descriptors: Barriers, Social Integration, Foreign Countries, Student Participation
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Pooja Jaswal; Biswajit Behera – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2024
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Learning Framework-2030 presents critical thinking as one of the transformative competencies for incorporation into the curriculum. Critical thinking refers to one's ability to distinguish relevant information from irrelevant information, relate ideas, infer and justify whether a…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Critical Thinking, Cooperative Learning, Student Participation
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Jesús Galindo-Melero; Pedro Sanz-Angulo; Santiago De-Diego-Poncela; Óscar Martín – European Journal of Education, 2024
Flipped learning (FL) has positive effects on the teaching-learning process. Nevertheless, and given that it is a relatively new methodology, it still raises some misgivings. This work aims to highlight the potential of FL by the analysis of academic results in a subject in higher engineering education and, thus, to contribute to overcome possible…
Descriptors: College Students, Engineering Education, Flipped Classroom, Academic Achievement
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Lee, Chung Gun; Kwon, Junhye; Ahn, Chiyoung; Park, Seiyeong; Yang, Yoon Kwon; Park, Sung-Un – Journal of American College Health, 2023
Objective: To identify and evaluate salient beliefs about sport participation among South Korean university students. Participants: Total 234 undergraduate students were recruited in the main study from one university located in Seoul, South Korea. Methods: An elicitation study was conducted to identify salient beliefs about sport participation.…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Athletics, Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students
Proctor Neff, Megan Marie – ProQuest LLC, 2023
This study examined the relationship between attendance at entertainment events and first year retention. First year retention is a strong indicator that a student will persist through to completion of a bachelor's degree. The purpose of the study was to determine if a significant relationship exists between student attendance at social events on…
Descriptors: Recreational Activities, Academic Persistence, College Freshmen, Correlation
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Stefano Cacciamani; Vittore Perrucci; Ahmad Khanlari; Giulia Balboni – Education and Information Technologies, 2024
The Sense of Community, as an important construct that supports students' participation and deep learning, has two dimensions: Social Community and Learning Community. Peer feedback is an instructional strategy employed in higher education to encourage students to assume an active role in their learning activity. The present study investigates the…
Descriptors: Sense of Community, Feedback (Response), Peer Evaluation, Blended Learning
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Jesús E. Hernández-Zavaleta; Armando Paulino Preciado Babb; Ricardo Cantoral – International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 2024
While scholars have proposed incorporating the study of complex phenomena such as chaotic systems in high school and undergraduate-level curricula, the literature on this topic is scant and has focused mostly on the analysis of mathematical models--and often only on certain populations, such as gifted students. We report in this manuscript an…
Descriptors: High School Students, Mathematics Education, Task Analysis, Knowledge Level
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Matthew Dell; Aidan Cottrell-Boyce – International Studies in Catholic Education, 2024
In England and Wales, diocesan inspectors are charged with assessing the overall quality of Catholic education provided by Catholic schools. As part of this assessment, inspectors are required to give an account of the liturgical life of the school. Often the reports which result from these inspections refer to the degree of students' "active…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Catholic Schools, Educational Quality, Inspection
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Bijen Filiz; Selin Simsek; Hüseyin Ünlü; Ferman Konukman; Andrew Sortwell – Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 2024
Considering that global physical activity levels in young children continue to decline, planned breaks during the school day provide a unique opportunity to promote the importance of physical activity while also increasing student engagement in movement activities. This article provides information on the benefits of and recommendations for active…
Descriptors: Recess Breaks, Physical Activities, Physical Activity Level, Student Participation
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MacLean, Tessa – Philosophy of Music Education Review, 2023
Philosophical descriptions of democratic music education frequently rely on "inclusion" and "participation" as the defining features of democratically oriented music programs. Democratic epistemic considerations, such as regulatory ideals of musical quality and excellence, however, are less commonly cited, if not actively…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Music Education, Educational Philosophy, Democracy
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Perry-Hazan, Lotem; Somech, Anit – Educational Review, 2023
The study of student participation in decision making has been characterised by conceptual vagueness and an absence of empirical tools to compare participatory practices in various contexts and to determine when they achieve their goals. This study presents an integrative theoretical model grounded in the organisational literature on participative…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Participative Decision Making, Models, Organizational Culture
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Oscar A. Aliaga – Career and Technical Education Research, 2023
Research findings concerning student participation in secondary career and technical education (CTE) have shown important differences that relate to the unit of analysis and the type of measures used. Those differences hide the complexity of CTE, depict an inadequate portrayal of students' participation in CTE, and hinder the possibility of having…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Secondary School Students, Career Education, Technical Education
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McCartan, Aodheen; Cummins, Darryl; Morgan, Margaret; Joseph-Richard, Paul – Journal of Marketing Education, 2023
Despite recognition of Entrepreneurial Marketing's (EM) growing global importance, Entrepreneurial Marketing Education (EME) is relatively under-researched. Applying the concept of autonomous motivation, this article proposes that EME might offer a more valuable learning experience for students and their future employers as compared with either…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Student Participation, Entrepreneurship, Marketing
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Achinto Roy; Alexander Newman; Reshmi Lahiri-Roy – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2024
Short-term international mobility programs are being increasingly adopted by universities to achieve internationalisation, secure international accreditation and prepare graduates for global careers. A plethora of beneficial outcomes of student participation in short-term mobility education programs [Roy, A., A. Newman, T. Ellenberger, and A.…
Descriptors: International Programs, Student Mobility, Global Approach, Student Participation
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