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Shi, Jingyi; Fan, Lidong – SAGE Open, 2021
English is required as the official working language for oceangoing seafarers across the world. In China, much time and effort has been dedicated to improving maritime students' Maritime English (ME). However, low English proficiency is still one of the main barriers for Chinese seafarers to compete in the international maritime labor market.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Vocational Education, Higher Education, Engineering Education
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Sharma, Amit; Nazir, Salman – Education Sciences, 2021
Maritime Education and Training (MET) is an integral part of the global maritime industry, playing an essential role in ensuring that the sector is supplied continuously with a skilled workforce. The successful outcomes of the educational content delivery in MET institutes depend, to a certain extent, on the maritime instructor's ability to create…
Descriptors: Marine Education, Industry, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technological Literacy
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Khosiyono, Banun Havifah Cahyo; Pardjono; Priyana, Joko – MEXTESOL Journal, 2021
The English syllabus provides the students at the Maritime Vocational Schools (MVS) with necessary Maritime English (ME) competence compatible with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) curriculum, or the Indonesian Seafarers Quality Standard System (QSS) Curriculum (adapted from the IMO, in an Indonesian context). The gap in the ME…
Descriptors: Course Descriptions, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, English (Second Language)
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Jamil, Md Golam; Bhuiyan, Zakirul – International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, 2021
In this paper, we explore the learning and teaching of a maritime simulation programme to understand its deep learning elements. We followed the mixed methods approach and collected student perception data from a maritime school, situated within a UK university, using reflection-based survey (n = 112) and three focus groups with eleven students.…
Descriptors: Marine Education, Simulation, Learning Processes, Foreign Countries
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Yoel, Judith – Sign Language Studies, 2022
Maritime Sign Language (MSL) is a Canadian, minority sign language that originally stems from British Sign Language (BSL). Currently used by elderly Deaf people in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland (and Labrador), it is a moribund language, having undergone language shift to American Sign Language (ASL). MSL is…
Descriptors: Sign Language, Language Variation, Older Adults, Deafness
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Ochavillo, Gregorio S. – International Journal of Higher Education, 2020
This paper aimed to determine the maritime students' readiness to cope with the abrupt paradigm shift from face-to-face to online learning for the first time in maritime education amidst the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. It utilized a descriptive-normative approach where incoming 2nd year and 3rd-year maritime students were the respondents.…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Marine Education, Student Attitudes
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Pehlivan, Davut; Cicek, Kadir – Quality in Higher Education, 2021
A quality management system is an essential and mandatory instrument for maritime higher education institutions mandated by the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers. To design an effective quality management system, it is strongly recommended to take the most comprehensive model of the…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Quality, College Administration, Marine Education
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Danylenko, Oleksandr – Comparative Professional Pedagogy, 2019
The article is devoted to the problem on training of maritime specialists in universities of Great Britain; in particular, it is a question of training navigators. It was noted that there are dozens of maritime educational institutions and a long tradition of training maritime specialists in the country. The system of maritime education in the…
Descriptors: Professional Education, Marine Education, Navigation, Foreign Countries
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Aylward, Katie; Dahlman, Joakim; Nordby, Kjetil; Lundh, Monica – Education Sciences, 2021
Maritime user interfaces for ships' bridges are highly dependent on the context in which they are used, and rich maritime context is difficult to recreate in the early stages of user-centered design processes. Operations in Arctic waters where crews are faced with extreme environmental conditions, technology limitations and a lack of accurate…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Vignettes, Design, Concept Formation
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Sartini, Sri – English Language Teaching Educational Journal, 2020
This type of research was Participatory Action Research using the Denzin and Lincoln (2005) model which consists of the Kahoot pre-action cycle and post-action cycle. This study aimed to examine the use of Kahoot Platform in Maritime English learning. It improved the speaking skill of nautical science cadets by the increasing number of maritime…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Educational Technology, English (Second Language), Second Language Instruction
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Griffioen, Jaco; van der Drift, Monique; van den Broek, Hans – Education Sciences, 2021
This paper sets out to enhance current Maritime Crew Resource Management (MCRM) training, and with that to improve the training of technical and non-technical skills given to bachelor maritime officers. The rationale for CRM training is improving safety performance by reducing accidents caused by human error. The central notion of CRM training is…
Descriptors: Management Development, Marine Education, Case Studies, Attitude Change
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Dacwag, Caroline – Athens Journal of Education, 2018
Maritime English creatively and uniquely demonstrates communicative behaviors that enable seafarer interlocutors to successfully and effectively give and receive vital information to ensure safety of life, the vessel and the environment. As a training ground for future maritime officers, maritime institutions are expected to deliver courses that…
Descriptors: Marine Education, Intercultural Communication, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Dirgeyasa, I Wy – English Language Teaching, 2018
This study was aimed to investigate the Maritime English learning materials needed by the students of nautical department of Maritime Academy in Indonesia based in STCW'2010 curriculum. The participants of the research were the seafarers, the port authorities, the shipping business employees, the English lecturers, and the cadets of Maritime…
Descriptors: Needs Assessment, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Pan, Yushan; Oksavik, Arnfinn; Hildre, Hans Petter – Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 2021
This paper reports a multiple case study of a training center collaboration with three offshore companies and a coastline authority. Through a qualitative inquiry, we utilized the actor-network theory to analyze the common understanding of simulator use in these organizations. The paper argues that the simulator itself is an actor that can…
Descriptors: Training, Marine Education, Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries
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Monaghan, Joelle; Steenbeek, Audrey; Snelgrove-Clarke, Erna; Langille, Donald – Journal of American College Health, 2019
Objective: To identify predicting factors for self-rated health and use of health services among undergraduate bisexual women in the Maritime Provinces, and improve knowledge on the health needs of this population. Participants: A sample of 357 undergraduate bisexual women who participated in the Maritime Undergraduate Student Sexual Health…
Descriptors: Health Services, Sexual Orientation, Undergraduate Students, Public Health
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