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Bou Zeid, Maria; El-Khoury, Jessica R.; Samra, Sami – Curriculum and Teaching, 2022
The purpose of this research was to investigate and develop an effective assessment tool to measure and evaluate course learning outcomes. Course learning outcomes from four different departments in the Faculty of Humanities at a private university in Lebanon were examined and revised according to Bloom's Taxonomy. The learning outcomes were…
Descriptors: Outcomes of Education, Taxonomy, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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García-Barrera, Alba – Curriculum and Teaching, 2022
One of the most complex tasks for teachers is overcoming the enormous challenge of teaching in inclusive classrooms. These classrooms include students who differ in multiple and varied dimensions, requiring the teacher to offer each one the resources and educational strategies required to fully develop their individual potential. There are still…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Barriers, Equal Education, Social Influences
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Samur, Yavuz; Cömert, Zeynep; Edip, Sultan – Curriculum and Teaching, 2022
Since the industrial revolution, humanity has employed a significant part of education activities within the school system, in order to educate the workforce needed. However, in March 2020, this situation underwent a radical change due to the global epidemic. The practical response of this radical change affecting schooling was that face-to-face…
Descriptors: Coping, Distance Education, School Closing, COVID-19
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Shaham, Cahit – Curriculum and Teaching, 2022
This study examines the experience of beginning teachers in their first year of teaching using reflection that reveals successes, challenges, musings, and deliberations. The study was conducted in the qualitative approach using analysis of categories and themes during an academic course at Beit Berl College in Israel. Analysis of the reflections…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Beginning Teachers, Reflection, Teaching Experience
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Brett, Peter – Curriculum and Teaching, 2022
The paper combines an autoethnographic approach with a literature review of general and discipline-specific research linked to the theme of cross-curricular citizenship education ("CE") from the 1990s to the present. It identifies 20 reasons why cross-curricular CE struggles to take flight in secondary schools. These reasons are…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Citizenship Education, Secondary School Students, Foreign Countries
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Mirza, Nida; Razak, Rafiza Abdul; Salleh, Umi Kalsum Mohd – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
The curriculum implementation literature has recently focused more on identifying and measuring the key components of the innovative curriculum needed to achieve desired outcomes. However, most of this work centers on curriculum implementation external to the field of teacher education. In this article, we report on our identification of the…
Descriptors: Curriculum Implementation, Curriculum Development, Core Curriculum, Reading Instruction
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Ayers, Rachael E.; Laursen, Erik K. – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
This study focused on the impact of COVID-19 on K-12 access to community education organizations such as museums, theaters, and art studios. Participants from five community education organizations were interviewed to explore and understand their experiences of developing and promoting virtual resources. While each organization responded…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Educational Innovation, Virtual Classrooms, Electronic Learning
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Kuo, Nai-Cheng; Ramsey, Jennifer – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
Human education teaches students that everyone has value, and each person should embrace their uniqueness, knowing diversity creates richness, not conflict, in the world. It is essential to show teachers concrete examples about how to create an environment where students can practice dialogue skills, develop global citizens' character, and embrace…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Humanistic Education, Teaching Methods, Elementary School Curriculum
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Lan, Shi; Cheng, Eric C. K. – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
This paper discusses the constructs of students' metacognitive competencies and its effect on mastery of learning strategies and enhancing learning outcomes in the context of high school in Shanghai, China, where Learning to Learn curriculum has been implemented for years. 780 students from three types of typical high schools in Shanghai…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Competence, Mastery Learning, Learning Strategies
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Sabir, Fizza; Matthews, Robert; Datta, Poulomee – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
This research examines the student perceived characteristics informing a student's choice in deciding to approach or not to approach a teacher in a university setting. Semi-structured interviews gathered perceptions from 10 final semester undergraduate students at a Pakistani university. 12 teachers were discussed in the data clearly demarcating 7…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, College Faculty, Teacher Characteristics
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Ghazali, Munirah; Ismail, Zurida; Ashari, Zakiah Mohd; Mustafa, Zainun – Curriculum and Teaching, 2021
Identifying and addressing the knowledge gap in early numeracy is crucial, given the strong associations between early numeracy skills and later school success. The purpose of this study is to establish current viewpoints and ideas on children's numeracy development via three forms of representation: manipulative, symbolic, and static. The…
Descriptors: Numeracy, Preschool Children, Number Concepts, Mathematical Logic
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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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