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Abbas, Randa Khair; Nahhas, Eman Abu Hanna; Zoabi, Khawla; Marey-Sarwan, Ibtisam; Abu Ahmad, Hanadi – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
This case study explored the real-time experience of participants in the Arab Academic College for Education in Haifa, Israel, during the coronavirus pandemic. Twenty in-depth interviews were conducted with management, administrative staff, faculty and students. Participants' stories reveal that feelings of stress and isolation gave way to new…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Administrator Attitudes
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Cheng, Ching Ho – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
It is becoming more common for students in Hong Kong to take extra lessons after school. Several surveys indicate that more than 70% of students need to take private tutoring classes after school in their final year of secondary school (Bray, 2013). This indicates that "shadow education" has become a trend in Hong Kong. There are…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Parent Attitudes, Expectation, Competition
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Al-husban, Naima; Akkari, Abdeljalil – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
This study investigated EFL teachers' perception of the enacted curriculum, the status of the intended curriculum, and the challenges faced by teachers, while implementing the curriculum. A qualitative design was used and 15 teachers were interviewed to discover their perceptions of the enacted curriculum. Our results revealed that there is a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Language Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Second Language Instruction
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Gibbs, Norman P.; Bartlett, Tara; Schugurensky, Daniel – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
Does school participatory budgeting (SPB) increase students' political efficacy? SPB, which is implemented in thousands of schools around the world, is a democratic process of deliberation and decision-making in which students determine how to spend a portion of the school's budget. We examined the impact of SPB on political efficacy in one middle…
Descriptors: Budgeting, Participative Decision Making, Student Participation, Civics
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Hoeh, Emily; Curtis, Jessica A.; McAllister, Melissa D. – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
The following describes a journey of collaboration across disciplines to support Universal Design for Learning (UDL) curriculum and assessment enhancements in an Elementary Education teacher preparation program within a college of education (COE). As a collaborative partner with a public university in Florida, a public state college in Florida…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Elementary Education, Teacher Education, Teacher Education Curriculum
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Bijsterbosch, Erik; Béneker, Tine; Kuiper, Wilmad; van der Schee, Joop – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
Teachers' classroom assessment practices tend to encourage rote learning instead of meaningful learning. To enhance teachers' classroom assessment practices, teacher involvement in assessment construction appears necessary. To foster teacher professional growth in relation to this issue, a professional development programme on summative assessment…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Summative Evaluation, Geography Instruction, Foreign Countries
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Datta, Poulomee – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
The present review traces the historical trajectory of special educational needs and disabilities, depicting the changing attitudes towards children with disabilities over time. The tracing of the history presents how special educational needs evolved and was broadened instead of categorization and labelling. The meaning and nature of special…
Descriptors: Special Education, Students with Disabilities, Special Needs Students, Educational Needs
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Parra, Saro Lozano; Bakker, Cok; van Liere, Lucien – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
Citizenship education is an important part of current debates about future education. In contrast, educational philosopher Gert Biesta calls for a shift "from teaching citizenship to learning democracy". This study wants to contribute to this shift. A Delphi-method is applied on a Dutch case study, presenting a way to collect and analyze…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Change, Democracy, Citizenship Education
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Chong, Eric K. M. – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
There has been a worldwide interdisciplinary curriculum development. By examining several official interdisciplinary curriculum in Hong Kong, this paper argues that curriculum integration which incorporates learning about globalization and global citizenship has gradually developed since the late 1990s. By using cross-sectional focus group…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Interdisciplinary Approach, Curriculum Development, Foreign Countries
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Waters, Stewart; Hensley, Matt – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
Mobile technology continues to change and evolve the way people and society function in their everyday lives. Much like the phenomenon that was the Internet 20 years ago, educators now find themselves facing increasing pressure to adapt classroom instruction to accommodate for new and emerging technologies. This article offers practical…
Descriptors: Handheld Devices, Technology Integration, Social Studies, Technology Uses in Education
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Chan, Cecilia K. Y.; Luo, Jiahui; Lee, Katherine K. W.; Wong, Hannah Y. H.; Liu, Emma K. Y. – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
Scholars are calling increasingly for educational reform to embed meaningful out-of-class events in the current curriculum, in order to enhance students' generic competency development. Towards this goal, featuring self-confidence as an important generic competency, this mixed-method study explores key characteristics of extracurricular activities…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Learner Engagement, Extracurricular Activities, Secondary School Students
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Solanki, Vibhakumari; Evans, Brian R. – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
The United States and the United Kingdom have used standardized high-stakes testing as a measurement of students' cognitive level to determine success in the 21st century. Standardized tests have given teachers guidance to help them determine what to teach students and how to teach to the test. With such increased emphasis on high-stakes…
Descriptors: High Stakes Tests, Standardized Tests, Foreign Countries, Academic Achievement
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Ching, Lee Wei – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
This qualitative case study investigated why and how a teacher used his agency in curriculum-making. The study uses in-depth interviews, classroom observation, and teaching artefacts to understand the socio-cultural perspective on the interplay among agency, resources, schema, and structure. It finds that in this case, teacher agency was triggered…
Descriptors: Beliefs, Professional Autonomy, Curriculum Development, School Culture
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Neophytou, Lefkios; Valiandes, Stavroula; Hajisoteriou, Christina – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
The challenge teachers and schools face nowadays is twofold: adopting an intercultural education framework and introducing high-quality teaching that will provide an equal opportunity for learning to all students, regardless of their ethnic origin or other characteristics. In this context, after we introduce the framework of Interculturally…
Descriptors: Student Needs, Classroom Environment, Student Diversity, Individualized Instruction
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Mannes, Adina; Katz, Yaacov J. – Curriculum and Teaching, 2020
The current study quantitatively examines the professional identity of 150 EFL teachers in the Israeli educational system. Findings indicate that native English-speaking teachers ("NESTs") rate themselves higher than non-native English-speaking teachers. Still, fewer differences between the groups were found than predicted. While the…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Language Teachers, English (Second Language), High School Teachers
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