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S. H. Kho; S. A. M. M. Ismail – Educational Studies, 2024
This exploratory case study employed deductive thematic analysis of coaching interactions of four coach-teacher dyads in primary school settings to explore the instructional coaches' use of the Partnership Learning principle of equality. Evidence of coaches' procedural knowledge (i.e. what coaches say and do) in relation to the principle of…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Faculty Development, Interpersonal Relationship, Interaction Process Analysis
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Xuefeng Qiao; Shi Hu – Educational Studies, 2024
Based on the person-organisation fit theory, this study examines the underlying mechanisms of the relationship between value congruence and teacher commitment among schoolteachers. We tested whether value congruence was related to higher teacher commitment via teacher self-efficacy and whether time pressure moderated these potential direct and…
Descriptors: Teacher Motivation, Teacher Characteristics, Self Efficacy, Stress Variables
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Benjamin Dreer – Educational Studies, 2024
With teacher shortages around the world and high attrition rates in some countries, teachers who experience high job satisfaction offer solid support for school systems as they are healthier, more productive and more likely to retain their job in the long term. This study sheds light on the relationship between job-related well-being and job…
Descriptors: Well Being, Job Satisfaction, Positive Attitudes, Psychological Patterns
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Elsa Ribeiro-Silva; Catarina Amorim – Educational Studies, 2024
This project, entitled B-FREE, was designed to develop personal and social skills in adolescents deprived of their liberty. The aim was to facilitate future social inclusion by transforming the participants' behaviour and self-responsibility for their actions, through Physical Education classes based on Hellison's Teaching Personal and Social…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Delinquency, Institutionalized Persons, Juvenile Justice
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Wei Liu; Rui Yuan; Wei Liao; Hong Zhang – Educational Studies, 2024
This study examines how novice teachers engage with the emotion of anger in their professional work. We generated 155 Chinese teachers' written reflections on how they felt, expressed, and regulated anger. The study revealed three findings: (1) the primary sources of the teachers' anger were related to students; (2) the majority of teachers tended…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Beginning Teachers, Novices, Psychological Patterns
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Annika Ohle-Peters; Mohamed A. Shahat; Abdullah K. Ambusaidi – Educational Studies, 2024
Texts and instructional pictures are widely used for facilitating students' understanding of complex content, especially in science subjects. International large-scale assessments repeatedly reveal differences in students' science achievement between countries. Since text-picture material (TPM) plays an essential role in science education, it is…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Instructional Materials, Science Teachers, Science Education
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Ally Zhou; Carla Huck; Michael E. Houdyshell – Educational Studies, 2024
The Fulbright Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (Fulbright TEA) provides six weeks of professional development for international secondary teachers. They observe and co-teach classes with a partner teacher at a U.S. secondary school as part of the program. One important goal of this program is to build cross-cultural competence in U.S.…
Descriptors: Teacher Exchange Programs, Secondary School Teachers, Secondary Schools, Cultural Awareness
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Jaume Binimelis Sebastián; Antoni Ordinas Garau; Maurici Ruiz Pérez – Educational Studies, 2024
The article underscores that the cartographic language used in social science textbooks for primary education in Spain is unsuitable and does not meet the demands of the official syllabus. Consequently, pupil literacy in geography with regard to regional geography is markedly ethnocentric. To demonstrate this, the cartographic content of textbooks…
Descriptors: Geography, Knowledge Level, Cartography, Social Sciences
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Wangbei Ye; Yingying Ding; Xiaomeng Han; Wangqiong Ye – Educational Studies, 2024
The study examines two types of pre-service teachers' teaching motivation and perceptions of teacher morality in China through the following three research questions: (1) What are pre-service teachers' teaching motivations and perceptions of teacher morality? (2) What is the relationship between pre-service teachers' perceptions of teaching…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Teacher Motivation, Moral Development, Teacher Characteristics
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Gerry Jeffers; Carmel Lillis – Educational Studies, 2024
Aspirations to combat educational inequality and disadvantage in Ireland feature strongly in policy documents of recent decades. Teachers and their concerns are not always to the forefront in such publications or, indeed, in associated research. For this study, 20 teachers and school principals who work in schools located in communities with…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Teacher Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Educationally Disadvantaged
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Emre Er – Educational Studies, 2024
The study intended to explore whether and to what extent principal learning-centred leadership influences teacher practices, with the mediating role of teacher beliefs and teacher professional learning. The study gathered data from 426 teachers working in kindergarten, primary, secondary, and high schools. A cross-sectional survey design was…
Descriptors: Teacher Administrator Relationship, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Principals
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Yi Sun; Longhai Xiao – Educational Studies, 2024
Differentiated Instruction (DI) is a hot topic in educational research. Keeping abreast of its latest developments and frontiers can provide new perspectives for future study. Using CiteSpace software, 1086 publications included in the Web of Science core collection from 2000 to 2020 were analysed to create knowledge maps of DI research. The…
Descriptors: Trend Analysis, Individualized Instruction, Educational Research, Bibliometrics
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Osman Birgin; Elif Seval Peker – Educational Studies, 2024
The aim of this study was to examine the number sense performance of 8th-grade Turkish students. In this study, the students' performances on number sense were also examined in terms of gender, school location, parents' education level, maths achievement, perceived student satisfaction with the maths teacher, perceived importance of maths and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Grade 8, Academic Achievement, Parent Background
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Aygil Takir; Hasan Özder – Educational Studies, 2024
Self-efficacy belief in mathematics teaching is important for special education teachers to manage classroom practices and ensure disabled students' success. This study examines the level and predictors of mathematics teaching self-efficacy beliefs among 156 preservice teachers enrolled in the Special Education Department of a private university…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Special Education, Mathematics Instruction
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Xiaotian Zhang; Yan Wang – Educational Studies, 2024
Culturally authentic literature is widely recognized for its efficacy in developing children's multicultural awareness and intercultural understanding. Through systematic examination and analysis of 53 Children's picture books featuring China and its culture published in North America, this study investigated the extent to which the selected books…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Picture Books, Cultural Education, Stereotypes
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