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Damiani, Jonathan; Ghazarian, Peter – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
Internationalization in higher education can transform institutions by introducing individuals from new cultures that challenge and enrich administrative and academic life. This duoethnographic study highlights experiences of teaching, learning, and service work in the borderlands that exist between the global and local influences on higher…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Ethnography, Foreign Students, Student Adjustment
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Sherman, Brandon – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
Each year, multitudes respond to the demand for native English speakers to teach English as a Foreign Language (EFL) in Asian countries, particularly China, Japan, and South Korea. These EFL transnationals are often young, new to living abroad, and inexperienced as educators. When they arrive, they often find a community, and an identity waiting…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Language Teachers, Second Language Instruction, Indigenous Populations
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Nguyen, Nhai Thi; Chia, Yeow-Tong – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
Epistemology has been recognized as a useful conceptual tool to explore how knowledge has been produced and/or reproduced in higher education research and its linkages to hidden global geopolitics and historical forces. The topic has attracted considerable attention in the literature, particularly that of scholars in the Global South (Canagarajah,…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Research, Educational Researchers, Epistemology
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Kester, Kevin; Masemann, Vandra; Takayama, Keita; Hayhoe, Ruth – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
This collective response paper concludes the Special Issue on "Revisiting 'Asia as Method' in Education Research: Toward Ontologies and Epistemologies of Difference." The paper provides reflections, constructive critiques, and key learnings from individual papers and the Special Issue as a whole. A key feature of the paper is the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Research, Epistemology, Information Science
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Yoshimizu, Ayaka – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
This article reflects on an experimental pedagogical approach I developed in a Japanese literature course that examines sex, gender, and sexuality in response to institutional and epistemic racism that exist in university in Canada and in the specific context of the COVID-19 pandemic when the number of anti-Asian hate crimes rose at an enormous…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Literature, Gender Issues, Sexuality
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Khoo, Yishin; Lin, Jing – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
This paper responds to the special issue's call for educators to examine the epistemological and ontological changes that happen to themselves after long-term working abroad and how this experience helps challenge theoretical and pedagogical norms in education. Employing collaborative autoethnography as our research method, we use our life stories…
Descriptors: Non Western Civilization, Autobiographies, Ethnography, Research Methodology
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Lee, Jack T. – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
Recent calls for the decolonization of the academy demand recognition for diverse canons of knowledge. Asia's economic ascent also imparts rising confidence among Asian scholars and institutions to promote indigenous knowledge. While these global calls for emancipation are invigorating, decolonial scholarship is prone to sterile theorization,…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Indigenous Knowledge, Economic Development, Asians
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Ha, Phan Le – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
In this article, I bring to the center of inquiry the role of emotion in scholarship, knowledge production, and scholarly endeavors. I discuss the ways in which emotion, in varied forms and intensities, shapes how one may respond to particular bodies of knowledge and academic initiatives. In a complex manner, I engage with Kuan-Hsing Chen's…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Psychological Patterns, Research and Development, Epistemology
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Triyanto; Gunawati, Dewi; Kurniawan, Itok Dwi; Hartanto, Rima Vien Permata; Rejekiningsih, Triana; Suryono, Hassan; Ariana, Yudi – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
Everyone, including students with impairments, has the right to access education. Many of these students, however, lack access to education. In this study, we discuss teachers' perspectives concerning students with disabilities in Indonesian inclusive schools. We gathered and obtained qualitative data through observation and in-depth interviews.…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Students with Disabilities, Foreign Countries, Inclusion
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Ghasemy, Majid; Elwood, James A. – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
Job satisfaction and its antecedents and outcomes are important areas of focus in the social sciences research, and higher education is no exception. The importance of this issue has grown during the COVID-19 pandemic. For this reason, using a cross-national study conducted in Malaysia and Japan, we collected data on lecturers' job satisfaction…
Descriptors: Job Satisfaction, Teacher Motivation, Organizational Culture, Behavior
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Ito, Hiro; Chang-Leung, Cherice; Poudyal, Hemant – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
Despite Japan's recent efforts toward inclusive education and increased support for students with disabilities, evidence indicates that many students with developmental disabilities do not receive adequate support in the general classroom. Through a review of the literature, we identified four main potential barriers to successful inclusive…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Students with Disabilities, Foreign Countries, Developmental Disabilities
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Rahman, Md Mahbubur; Shindaini, Al Jamal Mustafa; Abdullah, A. B. M. – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
The article sheds light on discrimination that denies basic education to Rohingya refugee children currently living in the unregistered Kutupalong refugee camp at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. The condition of basic education is partially due to the discrimination they experience in Rakhine State, Myanmar. It is further shaped by limited education…
Descriptors: Ethnic Groups, Refugees, Access to Education, Educational Discrimination
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Çogaltay, Nazim; Boz, Abdulvehap – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
The existing literature provides compelling evidence on the effect of school leadership on the collective efficacy of teachers, which is highly correlated with teaching--learning outcomes. However, the results of studies that examined the relationship between these variables have not reached a consensus. Therefore, the main objective of this study…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Self Efficacy, Teacher Effectiveness, Correlation
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Graham, Keith M.; Yeh, Yi-Fen – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
This qualitative study reports on the early implementation of bilingual education by teachers working in pre-tertiary contexts in Taiwan, with a specific focus on perceived challenges and the resulting bilingual education arrangements. Taiwan's public schools have begun to implement bilingual education in response to the Bilingual 2030 policy.…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Junior High School Teachers, Program Implementation, Bilingual Education
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Haidi, Hamizah; Hamdan, Mahani – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the traditional face-to-face forms of educational instruction and has led to increased involvement in online learning. Consequently, online learning has gained popularity and has become the norm worldwide today, because it offers a safe learning environment as well as convenience and flexibility. During the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Electronic Learning, Distance Education, Pandemics
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