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Otani, Midori – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
This study investigates the associations between parental involvement and academic achievement across three criteria: school level (elementary and middle school), gender (male and female) and subject (mathematics and science). Additionally, it examines whether students' attitudes towards a subject and their academic aspirations mediate this…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Academic Achievement, Elementary School Students, Middle School Students
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Sari, Annisa R.; Bonk, Curtis J.; Zhu, Meina – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
The purpose of this study was to explore Indonesian and Malaysian instructors' perceptions of massive open online course (MOOC) design and how they deal with the design challenges. Surveys, email interviews, and course reviews are the main data-collection methods employed in this sequential mixed methods study. Forty-six instructors participated…
Descriptors: Large Group Instruction, Online Courses, Teacher Attitudes, Educational Technology
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Karadag, Engin – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
In this meta-analysis study, different leadership approaches were combined, and the relationship between educational leadership and student achievement was analyzed. In the literature review, 151 research articles/dissertations, independent from one another, were brought together, and 131,498 study subjects were included in the sample group. The…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Academic Achievement, Cross Cultural Studies, Comparative Education
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Kim, Heedong; Lee, Yunsoo – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
The purpose of this study is to suggest an alternative to maximize the relationship between education service provider and learner in CRM in the implementation of CRM strategy by lifelong education institutions and members. This study clarified the relationship between CRM strategy (e.g., customer orientation, education service quality, and…
Descriptors: Lifelong Learning, Student School Relationship, Educational Quality, Intention
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Joseph Jeyaraj, Joanna – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
Critical pedagogy is an approach to teaching and learning which aims to impact social change through education. In this study, the possibility of engaging with critical pedagogy is explored, by focusing on students' perceptions of this practice. Data were collected through interviews with 14 Malaysian students. They shared their experiences of…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Learner Engagement, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries
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Shahzad, Fakhar; Xiu, GuoYi; Khan, Imran; Shahbaz, Muhammad; Riaz, Muhammad Usman; Abbas, Adnan – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
In the provision of massive open online courses (MOOCs), cloud computing services enable students to synchronize their study materials anywhere, anytime, and using any device, which can improve learning performance and strengthen the teacher-student relationship via knowledge sharing. This study builds on the…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Computer Software, Technology Integration, Teaching Methods
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Hosshan, H.; Stancliffe, R. J.; Villeneuve, M.; Bonati, M. L. – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
Most of the Southeast Asian region is comprised of developing countries. This region has a short history of inclusive education implementation and differs from developed countries' more mature inclusive education systems. This review reveals how inclusive schooling has been implemented in Southeast Asian countries and the current practices in the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Inclusion, Program Implementation, Geographic Regions
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Cheng, Tsai-Feng; Wu, Huei-Chun – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
This pilot study revealed that most vocational high school principals accept using 360 degree evaluation feedback as the mechanism for evaluating leadership effectiveness and as a reference for leadership behavior change intentions. However, whether this can cause behavior change or elevation of leadership effectiveness remains uncertain and must…
Descriptors: Vocational High Schools, Principals, Administrator Attitudes, Opinions
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Kara, Mehmet; Yildirim, Zahide – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
The current study reports the findings of the first step of a comprehensive performance improvement study, identification of the optimal behaviors. In this sense, this study aims to determine the optimal faculty behaviors in distance education based on the perspectives of the stakeholders based on the framework of transactional distance (TD)…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Educational Technology, Performance, Teacher Behavior
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Donglong, Zhao; Taejun, Cho; Julie, Ahn; Sanghun, Lee – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2020
The present study focuses on the relationship between university faculty members' organizational citizenship behavior (OCB), affective organizational commitment, and organizational justice. OCB can be simply defined as extra-role behavior not prescribed in formal organizational rules or job descriptions that promotes organizational effectiveness.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Justice, Citizenship
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Smith, William C.; Benavot, Aaron – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2019
Accountability, a cornerstone of contemporary education policy, is increasingly characterized by external monitoring and an emphasis on outcomes or results. Largely absent in discussions of accountability are the voices of stakeholders who work, learn, and teach in schools and other educational institutions. This article highlights the critical…
Descriptors: Accountability, Educational Improvement, Democracy, Stakeholders
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Walker, Melanie – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2019
The paper considers the importance of epistemic justice in democratic life, and the significance of education as a key space to foster the relevant epistemic capabilities. Epistemic in/justice offers resources to think about conditions of possibility (what Amartya Sen calls 'conversion factors'), given that societies train our sensibilities in…
Descriptors: Democratic Values, Social Justice, Equal Education, Access to Education
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Kim, Wonseok – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2019
This paper presents an analysis of the ways in which the concept of educational neutrality is used in South Korea. It focuses in particular on the discursive use of educational neutrality. Drawing on selected editorials published by the Donga-Ilbo, I explore complex interlinkages between linguistic and socio-political elements that constitute the…
Descriptors: Democracy, Foreign Countries, Democratic Values, Discourse Analysis
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Yoo, Sung-Sang; Mosrur, Ridwanul; Lee, Eunhye; Andrea, Diego Toca – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2019
The correlation between education and development, with time, went through many changes along with the changes of perspectives. Since both of these concepts encompass wide ranges of social phenomena and factors, the analysis remains always complicated. However, in the era of SDGs and at the time when post-development debates have been raised, it…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Role of Education, Education, Educational Development
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Shaeffer, Sheldon – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2019
Whether education fosters equity and social justice, as it is said to do, is a matter of debate. Whatever the outcome of the debate, education has a better chance of succeeding in this process if it is delivered through a national system and through schools which are genuinely inclusive in nature--welcoming difference and diversity; attempting to…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Equal Education, Social Justice, Educational Quality
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