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Gaias, Larissa M.; Gal-Szabo, Diana E.; Shivers, Eva M.; Kiche, Sharon – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2022
Pedagogical approaches that aim to counteract discrimination and injustice have been identified as potential ways to reduce pervasive and persistent inequities in education outcomes, which emerge as early as preschool. Despite this potential, however, empirical research is limited and suggests a disconnect between recommended practices for…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Race, Culture, Bias
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Khalifah, Ardi; Abdullah, Mikrajuddin – Physics Education, 2021
When the road is wet (there is a water layer on the road surface), the road marks become blurred and drivers are distracted. We discuss the contributing processes and identify which processes are dominant to the occurrence of this phenomenon. Modelling and a simple experiment demonstrate that the dominant processes are: (a) refraction of light by…
Descriptors: Motor Vehicles, Transportation, Travel, Light
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da Silva, Lidia Martins; Dias, Lucas Pfeiffer Salomão; Rigo, Sandro; Barbosa, Jorge Luis Victória; Leithardt, Daiana R. F.; Leithardt, Valderi Reis Quietinho – Education Sciences, 2021
Distance learning has assumed a relevant role in the educational scenario. The use of Virtual Learning Environments contributes to obtaining a substantial amount of educational data. In this sense, the analyzed data generate knowledge used by institutions to assist managers and professors in strategic planning and teaching. The discovery of…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Distance Education, Visual Environment, Educational Environment
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Sáenz de Tejada Granados, Carlota; Santo-Tomás Muro, Rocío; Rodríguez Romero, Eva J. – International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 2021
The needs and group practices of adolescents have great impact on public spaces. Further understanding how and why they value certain environments is instrumental to better integrate their perspective in the design and management of our landscapes, as well as in raising environmental awareness and fostering sustainable attitudes and practices. We…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Secondary School Students, Suburban Schools, Preferences
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Pourbagher, Somayeh; Azemati, Hamid Reza; Saleh Sedgh Pour, Bahram – International Journal of Educational Management, 2020
Purpose: Social stress is a psychological and biological pressure that stems from one's relationship with others in social environments, which has become the most serious humanitarian issue today. Learning environments are one of the most important environments for reducing or increasing social stress and concentration. This study aims to…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Classroom Design, Color, Interior Design
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Martin, Rebekah; Wilkins, Julia – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2022
The likelihood of teaching a student with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has steadily increased over the past two decades. However, the practical information about working with students with ASD has not increased at a similar rate. Teachers may therefore be unaware of simple modifications they can make to their classrooms to meet the needs of…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Classroom Design, Furniture, Physical Environment
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Smith, Linda B.; Yu, Chen; Yoshida, Hanako; Fausey, Caitlin M. – Journal of Cognition and Development, 2015
Head-mounted video cameras (with and without an eye camera to track gaze direction) are being increasingly used to study infants' and young children's visual environments and provide new and often unexpected insights about the visual world from a child's point of view. The challenge in using head cameras is principally conceptual and concerns the…
Descriptors: Infants, Young Children, Video Technology, Visual Environment
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Sarubbi, Molly; Marquez Kiyama, Judy; Harper, Casandra E. – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2019
This article reviews how orientation programs perpetuate or combat an ideology of invisibility for families of Color during the transition into college. Findings identify the ways in which ideologies of invisibility or support are constructed through institutional messaging of dismissal or welcome that influence the engagement of families of…
Descriptors: Ideology, Minority Groups, Learner Engagement, School Orientation
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Johnston, Elizabeth A.; Lane, James F. – International Journal of Education & the Arts, 2019
Many educational leaders are unfamiliar with learning, teaching, and conveying information through 21st century visual culture and digital products. Insights from individuals who developed skills in a visual environment and experienced technological disruptions throughout their working life might be useful. The six participants in this narrative…
Descriptors: Artists, Personal Narratives, Studio Art, Thinking Skills
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Niaz, Laraib; Anand, Kusha – Education Sciences, 2021
This article discusses the role of 'space' in Indian and Pakistani public sector universities in fostering national pride. University spaces have been highlighted, in both countries, for being used by the governments as agents fostering the national narrative yet there is limited research on how these spaces contribute to the visual culture of…
Descriptors: Public Colleges, Campuses, School Space, School Culture
Wood, Sandra Marie – ProQuest LLC, 2019
School principals are in a position to influence, promote, and enhance student performance and achievement in public schools. Abundant research has pointed to the role a principal holds in his or her school and his or her ability to affect student performance. In order for principals to succeed fully in their roles, their leadership traits in…
Descriptors: Principals, Extraversion Introversion, Personality, Leadership Effectiveness
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Errázuriz, Luis; Portales, Carlos – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2018
In a world increasingly saturated with images, the visual aesthetic dimension should play a more important role in the educational processes. Furthermore, classroom walls could be considered valuable resources to introduce visual literacy among children and teachers. However, Chilean educational policies tend not to pay much attention to visual…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Elementary School Students, Visual Literacy, Comparative Analysis
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Rodrigues, Pedro F. S.; Pandeirada, Josefa N. S. – Journal of Cognition and Development, 2019
Adolescence is a developmental period characterized by a complex maturation process of various cognitive abilities. Cognitive control, which includes response inhibition and working memory, is one of them. A typical study on response inhibition to visual stimuli presents distractors and targets on the same display (e.g., the computer screen).…
Descriptors: Spatial Ability, Environmental Influences, Visual Environment, Adolescents
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McGloin, Rory; Coletti, Amanda – Communication Center Journal, 2019
Effective presentation skills never go out of style, however, the channel by which we deliver presentations has been rapidly changing over the past two decades. Technological developments have made it easier to bring audiences together in virtual spaces and as a result, more and more presentations are taking place every day through digital…
Descriptors: Public Speaking, Communication Skills, Computer Mediated Communication, Telecommunications
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Grube, Kathryn J. – Educational Planning, 2014
Contrarily to color research, white values of paint are the most commonly applied finish selection on classroom walls today. White walls have been used in American schoolhouse settings since the first discovered paint, also white, was invented and made available some two hundred years ago. Originally, white paint was seen as hygienic and…
Descriptors: Classrooms, Color Planning, Color, Classroom Design
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