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Persson, Bo – European Educational Research Journal, 2018
In the past decade, the number of EU policy activities in research and higher education has increased greatly. The governance processes in these areas are increasingly characterized as multilayered, involving actors with a variety of roles, functions and loyalties. This article focuses on the forces shaping the policy positions and strategies of…
Descriptors: Policy Analysis, Public Policy, Scientific Research, Foreign Countries
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Pavlenko, Sonia; Bojan, Cristina – Center for Educational Policy Studies Journal, 2014
Higher education has always been associated in one way or another with crisis. One could even argue that the university has always faced one type of crisis or another. The one debated the most is the economic crisis; however, there are many debates focusing on other types of crisis. Furthermore, all major reforms in the history of higher education…
Descriptors: Universities, College Role, Institutional Mission, Economic Impact
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Utami, Indah Wahyu Puji; Mashuri; Nafi'ah, Ulfatun – Journal of Education and Practice, 2016
Microteaching lesson study is a model to improve prospective teacher quality by incorporating several element of microteaching and lesson study. This study concern on the implementation of microteaching lesson study in prospective history teacher education. Microteaching lesson study model implemented in this study consist of three stages: plan,…
Descriptors: Microteaching, Teacher Education, History Instruction, Foreign Countries
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Van Ruyskensvelde, Sarah – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2014
In the past few years, worries about decreasing jobs or even the possible disappearance of the history of education as a field of study have frequently surfaced. Hence, the question arises as to whether the history of education, as a field of study, has a future--or is it, as many authors have remarked, in danger? This article starts from the idea…
Descriptors: Humanities, Humanities Instruction, Electronic Learning, Educational History
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Haughey, Joseph – English Journal, 2012
In scouring the earliest editions of "English Journal," one of the most fascinating details one uncovers is that the issues facing Shakespeare teachers today are similar to those issues that faced Shakespeare teachers 100 years ago. The earliest contributors to "English Journal" were far more in line with contemporary educational scholars than one…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Teaching Methods, English Instruction, English Literature
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Humphreys, Jere T. – Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 2015
This article is a version of a keynote speech presented at the St. Augustine Symposium on the History of Music Education, sponsored by the National Association for Music Education History Special Research Interest Group and held at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida, May 28-31, 2014. The keynote was on the first book on the history of music…
Descriptors: Public Schools, Music Education, Educational History, Historiography
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Grant, S. G.; Gradwell, Jill M. – Journal of Inquiry and Action in Education, 2009
Although the literature base is replete with ideas about how to develop and support rich social studies teaching, advocates have been unable to show a consistently positive effect. Good history teachers take no single shape. Grant (2003, 2005) suggests that it is the interplay of teachers' deep subject matter knowledge, knowledge of their…
Descriptors: Units of Study, Social Studies, History Instruction, Instructional Innovation
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Billingham, Luke – Curriculum Journal, 2016
A common charge levelled at English and Welsh citizenship education, whether taught as a separate subject or incorporated into other disciplines, is that it encourages compliance more than it inspires critical thought. There is room within the compulsory citizenship framework, however, for teachers to advance genuinely critical attributes in…
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Foreign Countries, Critical Thinking, Social Theories
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Harris, Richard; Burn, Katharine – Journal of Curriculum Studies, 2016
Public and policy discourse about the content of history curricula is frequently contested, but the voice of history teachers is often absent from such debate. Drawing on a large-scale online survey of history teachers in England, this paper explores their responses to major curriculum reforms proposed by the Coalition government in February 2013.…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Teacher Attitudes, Course Content, Online Surveys
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Šulíková, Jana – Journal of Social Science Education, 2016
Purpose: This article proposes an analytical framework that helps to identify and challenge misconceptions of ethnocentrism found in pre-tertiary teaching resources for history and the social sciences in numerous countries. Design: Drawing on nationalism studies, the analytical framework employs ideas known under the umbrella terms of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, Textbooks, Ethnocentrism
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Craig, Kalani – International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2017
Digital humanities is often presented as classroom savior, a narrative that competes against the idea that technology virtually guarantees student distraction. However, these arguments are often based on advocacy and anecdote, so we lack systematic research that explores the effect of digital-humanities tools and techniques such as text mining,…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Case Studies, Humanities Instruction, Technology Uses in Education
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Miller, Robin Lin; King, Jean A.; Mark, Melvin M.; Caracelli, Valerie – American Journal of Evaluation, 2016
Over the past 14 years, AEA's Oral History Project Team (Robin Lin Miller, Jean A. King, Valerie Caracelli, and Melvin M. Mark) has conducted interviews with individuals who have made signal contributions to evaluation theory and practice, tracing their professional development and contextualizing their work within the social and political…
Descriptors: Oral History, Faculty Development, Psychometrics, Program Evaluation
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Safronov, Aleksandr F. – International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 2016
In our study we discuss the traditional and novel concepts of East Siberian Shelf origin with regards to the structure and composition of the Paleozoic and early Mesozoic sediments, coming to the surface on the Siberian Islands ?rchipel?go. The core idea is to summarize the existing concepts of East Siberian Shelf formation and to draw up the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Geology, Science Education History, Scientific Concepts
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Holford, John – International Journal of Lifelong Education, 2014
In important respects, European ideas of the university have spread across the world. The principal "philosophical" statements on which this idea of the university is based (Humboldt and Newman) assumed the people inhabiting universities--as students--would come from the youth of a social elite. The outward-facing elements of the Bologna…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Access to Education, International Cooperation
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Lehmann, Jörg – Journal of Educational Media, Memory and Society, 2015
In French history textbooks published after France's defeat in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 to 1871, the presentation of the war and its outcome frequently include the myth of France's revanche and depictions of the Prussian enemy as barbarians. Other textbooks presented a narrative of progress in which the French Third Republic is shown as the…
Descriptors: War, Textbooks, European History, Content Analysis
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