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Perry, Cody J. – Educational Considerations, 2023
Since mathematics scores have not improved appreciably in the last 20 years, a need exists to improve fraction instruction for preservice teachers (PSTs), so future elementary students are more successful with fractions (NCES, 2019). Unfortunately, it appears that many future teachers have not mastered fractions to the point they can teach…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Mathematics Education, Fractions
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Taylor, Sara E. – Educational Considerations, 2023
Students, teachers, and educational researchers divide into typical or exceptional populations. This includes different classes, credentials, and research journals that depend on the student's ability level. This distinction creates two concurrent yet separate bodies of educational research. Students with disabilities are increasingly included in…
Descriptors: Student Research, Students with Disabilities, Student Attitudes, Academic Persistence
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Iravani, Nooshin – Educational Considerations, 2023
Task-based language teaching (TBLT) is one of the most effective approaches to language teaching. Teachers should provide students with task-based activities which will motivate students to learn. Task-based writing instruction provides educators with effective ways to integrate social and emotional skills with writing skills. The contemporary…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Task Analysis, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Mahoney, Bailey – Educational Considerations, 2023
During the pandemic, there were many discussions concerning how the pandemic was affecting students' learning and their ability to function in a remote classroom. However, the day-to-day routines and instructional strategies of teachers were being overlooked. The purpose of this research is twofold. The first is to provide examples and information…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Adjustment (to Environment), Teaching Methods
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Etomes, Sophie Ekume; Nsem, Mou Charlotte – Educational Considerations, 2023
The expansion of higher education institutions (HEIs) in Cameroon, and the continuous change in the curriculum to meet national and global needs, calls for a need for continuous professional development of teachers to handle these challenges. This study examined peer coaching and reflective teaching as strategies for improving teachers'…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Faculty Development, Coaching (Performance), Reflective Teaching
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Biniecki, Susan Yelich; Stojanovic, Maja – Educational Considerations, 2023
Internationalization is a key element of higher education missions to prepare learners for the global dimensions of their lives and work, which are increasingly integrated. In the United States, adult education graduate programs play a vital role in the wider educational landscape, particularly because of their interconnectedness with diverse…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Graduate Study, Global Approach, Cultural Literacy
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Karakus, Gülçin – Educational Considerations, 2023
This review presents how chess improves student abilities and underlines inferences about chess and its educational benefits. In this study, quantitative samples, experimental designs, or test scores of studies are not the main focus. Numerous empirical studies and limited review studies about chess instruction in the literature express the effect…
Descriptors: Games, Academic Ability, Instructional Effectiveness, Academic Achievement
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Akinpelu, Michael; Yegblemenawo, Stella Afi Makafui – Educational Considerations, 2023
Nigeria and Ghana are two Anglophone countries in West Africa that have adopted the teaching of the French language in their education systems because of their proximity to francophone countries and the necessity for regional integration. Whereas the language has gained some official status in the national curriculum (National Policy on Education)…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, French, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Straubhaar, Rolf; Portes, Pedro R. – Educational Considerations, 2022
Although nearly one in 10 U.S. students is an English Learner (or EL), the definition of the term EL varies considerably from state to state, as does the means of assessing English language proficiency and the period of time for which the label is applied to individual students. As EL populations are growing throughout the U.S., both in school…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, Definitions, Classification, Identification
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Hoppe, Kayln – Educational Considerations, 2022
This qualitative case study explored how pre-service teachers responded to social justice-themed picture book read-alouds in an undergraduate literacy course. Data were collected from personal observations, semi-structured focus group interviews, and student work, and were analyzed using inductive analysis. Findings indicate how reading…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Social Justice, Reading Aloud to Others, Picture Books
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Lauricella, Sharon; Edmunds, T. Keith – Educational Considerations, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected deep reflection in higher education classrooms: how do we attract and retain students to (temporary but nevertheless increasing) online learning experiences, how do we keep them at our universities and colleges, and how do we give students a learning experience from which they will remember meaningful…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, COVID-19, Pandemics, College Students
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Baugher, Johannah D.; Seeger, Victoria N. – Educational Considerations, 2022
This manuscript details efforts to redesign a graduate literacy program guided by two, full-time faculty members to better meet candidates' needs in an online learning environment supported with relevant and current curricula. Through professional literature, intentional curriculum, and authentic field experiences, program coursework is closely…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Online Courses, Program Development, Literacy Education
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Aki, Etta Mercy; Boris, Nguehan Simeon; Ebenwei, Echari Lisa – Educational Considerations, 2022
The unprecedented changes in our society are re-shaping the future of higher education; therefore, re-imagining the future of higher education is a constructive process of development. This study is aimed at exploring the re-imaginations of students in higher education from their own analysis of their previous and current experiences at three key…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, College Students, Educational Change, Foreign Countries
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Spears, Caitlin; Young, Heather D. – Educational Considerations, 2022
This article focuses on one university literacy camp for kindergarten through sixth grade students that shifted from traditional in-person instruction to a virtual setting during the COVID-19 pandemic. The change from an in-person camp to a virtual camp setting created an opportunity for research in investigating students' attitudes towards…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Relationship, Student Motivation, Camps, Electronic Learning
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Thorne Wallington, Elizabeth; Johnson, Adrienne – Educational Considerations, 2022
While rural communities are not monolithic, many have seen recent shifts in demographics from historically homogenous populations to more racially, culturally, and linguistically diverse residents (e.g., Sharp & Lee, 2017; Brenner, 2016). Such shifts can occur very rapidly as new regional economic, social, or political forces emerge and are…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Student Diversity, Rural Areas, Teacher Attitudes
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