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Perander, Katarina; Londen, Monica; Holm, Gunilla – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
Efforts to reach gender equality in education in Finland have been extensive. Both teacher education and policy documents for schools have focused on gender equality and gender-neutral treatment of students. The aim of this study is to explore if and how these efforts are manifested in upper secondary school teachers' and study counsellors'…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Gender Differences, Teacher Attitudes, Counselor Attitudes
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Paramita, Pramesti; Sharma, Umesh; Anderson, Angelika – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
This study investigated Indonesian primary school teachers' causal attributions for behaviour problems and their classroom behaviour management strategies. The total sample consisted of 582 teachers from public primary schools in Surabaya, Indonesia. Teachers completed questionnaires which gathered information on demographics, teachers' causal…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Behavior Problems
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Opoku, Maxwell Peprah; Asare-Nuamah, Peter; Nketsia, William; Asibey, Benedict Osei; Arinaitwe, Gilbert – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
Access to education for children living in rural communities is widely known to be hampered by inequitable teacher deployment to rural schools. While much is known about the barriers encountered by teachers in Ghana, little is known about the factors that enhance teacher retention in rural schools. In this study, the four-capital teacher retention…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Persistence, Rural Schools, Social Capital
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Flores, Maria Assunção – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
This paper reports on a three-year research project aimed at examining experiences of being a teacher in a context of school reform and adverse times. A mixed-method research design was devised, including a national survey, semi-structured interviews, focus groups and a professional development programme. Findings suggest that teachers face old…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Resistance (Psychology), Teaching Conditions, Professionalism
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Beltrán-Pellicer, Pablo; Godino, Juan D. – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
A subject of growing interest in mathematics education is the affective domain and its effects on the teaching and learning processes, giving rise to different models of its components and conditioning factors. In this paper, we apply the ontological and semiotic categories from the Onto-Semiotic Approach (OSA) to research in mathematics…
Descriptors: Semiotics, Mathematics Education, Teaching Methods, Learning Processes
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Thomas, Bianca Lee; Viljoen, Margaretha – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
An association between attachment and academic performance appears to be consistently found in children; however, reports on such an association in adolescents are contradictory. This study aimed to determine whether the attachment dimensions of anxiety or avoidance significantly correlate with a student's academic performance at university.…
Descriptors: Correlation, Learning Strategies, Metacognition, Attachment Behavior
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Thorburn, Malcolm; Stolz, Steven A. – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
The authors consider in this critical paper that claims that human agents experience things-in-the-world as the same are deeply flawed as these accounts misconstrue and fail to appreciate the phenomenology of embodied subjectivity. To overcome these complex problems they outline how phenomenology can reach beyond positivist and standardised…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Educational Experience, Educational Philosophy, Educational Environment
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Starkey, Louise – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
Digital technologies and the Internet are increasing in prominence in schooling systems. As schools and teaching evolve as a result of the integration of technologies teacher preparation will also change. This paper examines research exploring the preparation of teachers for the digital age through a systematic literature review of articles…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Technological Literacy, Teacher Competencies
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Hall, Valerie J. – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
Removal of the student numbers cap, reductions in funding and an accompanying need to generate revenue have driven education towards neo-capitalism and managerialism: students equate to income. An associated growth in performativity measures incorporates student voice as one of these benchmarking requirements. Aiming to explore and challenge…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Postsecondary Education, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Educators
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Lalli, Gurpinder Singh – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
This paper presents an ethnographic account of the culture of school meal time at Peartree Academy, with a specific focus on notions of social learning. This qualitative study is focused on a collection of interviews, observations, field notes and analyses what happens when the school organises its canteen as a restaurant. The focus moves away…
Descriptors: Social Development, Foreign Countries, Ethnography, Eating Habits
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Costa, Cristina; Taylor, Yvette; Goodfellow, Claire; Ecochard, Sidonie – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
Family is widely regarded as a cornerstone of student support. When family support exist as an essential form of social capital making, rupture of family ties places students in a disadvantageous position. This paper focuses on estranged students' accounts of their experiences of higher education, highlighting how capital dynamics shape their…
Descriptors: Social Capital, Economic Factors, College Students, Family Relationship
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Earl, Lexi – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
This paper explores how middle-class distinction is produced in a primary school by focusing on four different 'scenes'. Using Bourdieu's notion of distinction, this paper shows how children are educated on matters of middle-class taste. I argue that privilege is produced through food education in different formats. This taste education goes…
Descriptors: Food, Rural Schools, Middle Class, Elementary School Students
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Burnett, Cathy; Merchant, Guy; Neumann, Michelle M. – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
This conceptual article examines how ready-made assumptions about literacy both frame and limit understandings of new communicative practices in educational contexts. Proposing a tripartite heuristic that interrogates the appearance of literacy in terms of emergence, semblance and performance, it uses stories from a study of touchscreen tablets in…
Descriptors: Literacy, Interpersonal Communication, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices
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Colvert, Angela – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
Investigations into the digital literacy practices supported by new forms of play can pose significant challenges insofar as researchers and educators lack theoretical frameworks nuanced or flexible enough to map the terrain being explored. In this paper the author presents a new hybrid model of ludic authorship which reconceptualises the…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Authors, Correlation, Literacy
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Bunnell, Tristan; Fertig, Michael; James, Chris – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2020
This study explored the effect that the institutionalisation forces required by the 'IB World School' authorisation process has on the identity of experienced teachers. The research analyses these institutionalising forces and the way they are carried and communicated. The institutionalising forces have a significant effect on the identity of…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Advanced Placement Programs, Experienced Teachers, Organizational Culture
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