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Irina Rotnitsky; Shay Ukrop; Roman Yavich; Nitza Davidovitch – European Educational Researcher, 2024
The purpose of this study is to examine gender differences in entrepreneurial competencies and self-efficacy among middle school students in an entrepreneurship program. The study evaluates teamwork, innovation, marketing, feasibility, and impact skills. It also measures entrepreneurial self-efficacy pre-post program. Previous research shows that…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Grade 7, Gender Differences, Entrepreneurship
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Manuela Valentini; Angela Sofia Gennari – European Educational Researcher, 2024
Physical activity breaks in the classroom are an efficient way of promoting healthy behaviors in students, enhancing the development of their cognitive and academic abilities. The effects of active breaks, which are exclusive to the academic environment, are almost entirely positive, only a few papers did not show significant improvements, but…
Descriptors: Physical Activities, Cognitive Ability, Physical Education, Child Health
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Soedamah-Muthu, Sabita; Hsiao, Ya-Ping – European Educational Researcher, 2023
Character building (CB) is a crucial aspect for basic psychologists who need to carry out their consultation tasks effectively. At Tilburg University, lecturers have the freedom to interpret the five CB dimensions and implement them in courses, including intellectual independence, critical mindset, social responsibility, scientific responsibility,…
Descriptors: Values Education, Bachelors Degrees, Psychology, Curriculum Design
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Kitts, Kraig; Perry, Spencer – European Educational Researcher, 2023
This study focuses on the transition from classroom teacher to teacher educator and how this impacts teacher identity, but more specifically the additional challenges of learning to become a teacher educator during a pandemic. Employing self-study methodology this work examines not only the transition from classroom teacher to teacher educator but…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Doctoral Students, Vocational Adjustment, Teacher Educators
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Ekol, George; Greenop, Sarah – European Educational Researcher, 2023
Minimal guidance or maximal independence? How can teachers achieve that complex balance when teaching mathematics? In this pre-and post-test quasi-experimental research study, the authors explored the above broad questions in Grade 10 Financial Mathematics following guided discovery and mathematical modelling principles. Fifty-four (54) Grade 10…
Descriptors: Intervention, Discovery Learning, Mathematical Models, Mathematics Education
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Kaliampos, George; Kotsis, Konstantinos T.; Kornelaki, Athina C. – European Educational Researcher, 2023
A number of diverse arguments have been proposed by researchers of science education regarding the reason science should be taught in schools. These arguments inevitably play a crucial role in the curriculum designed by policymakers. The present study turns its attention to the democratic argument. It explores its validity through a special…
Descriptors: Science Education, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Democratic Values
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Özer Sanal, Seda; Erdem, Mukaddes – European Educational Researcher, 2023
While we argue that difference and diversity are essential elements of the education process, we keep one area an utterly separate area: Special education. This area is left as a mysterious closed box with many undiscovered differences. While it is clear that there is behavioral pressure on special education, there are also opinions that claim the…
Descriptors: Special Education, Constructivism (Learning), Learning Theories, Students with Disabilities
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Schreiner, Claudia; Wiesner, Christian – European Educational Researcher, 2023
In the context of a rapid digital transformation, digital competence is now regarded as a fourth cultural skill complementing reading, writing, and arithmetic. We argue that a well-structured and sound competence model is needed as a shared foundation for learning, teaching, pedagogical diagnostics and evaluative schemes in the school system.…
Descriptors: Computation, Thinking Skills, Digital Literacy, Competence
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Blake, Charlotte; Dewaele, Jean-Marc – European Educational Researcher, 2023
This critical overview examines the body of literature on language instructors' emotion labour, with the aim of providing insights into the aspects of teachers' work that positively and negatively impact their emotional well-being, as well as possible strategies to help them flourish. Research in this novel area was divided into three broadly…
Descriptors: Language Teachers, Psychological Patterns, Well Being, Criticism
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María de los Ángeles Domínguez-González; Carlos Hervás-Gómez; María Dolores Díaz-Noguera; Manuel Reina-Parrado – European Educational Researcher, 2023
Artificial intelligence (AI) is influencing various sectors of society, including the educational field. The use of AI can have great potential in education, however, it is necessary to know both its performance and its limitations. The main objective of this study is to analyze the prompts made by teachers in initial training in relation to the…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Diversity, Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education
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Jenna Koenen; Lars Mariot; Rüdiger Tiemann – European Educational Researcher, 2023
In the future, learning will be essentially characterized by the ability to regulate the learning process and monitor success independently from a teacher. The technical possibilities offer better access to learning contents, precise and more individualized feedback, and learning phases adapted precisely to the needs of the learner in terms of…
Descriptors: Laboratory Manuals, Glossaries, Printed Materials, Multimedia Materials
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Dimakos, Christina; Loomis, Colleen; O'Malley, Blaise; Lamont, Sylvie; Singh, Gurmakh; Pelletier, Janette; Christens, Brian; Wright, Carrie; Peters, Ray DeV – European Educational Researcher, 2022
Children of families involved with child welfare services are considered high-risk and are vulnerable to developing problems in a number of domains. In particular, educational achievement among this population tends to be lower relative to general population peers. The goal of this qualitative study was to understand the educational aspirations…
Descriptors: Academic Aspiration, Barriers, Educational Attainment, Social Services
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Otrebski, Wojciech; Czusz-Sudol, Agnieszka – European Educational Researcher, 2022
According to Heller and Zycinski (1980) the primary regulator of human behaviour is the system of values therefore its development should be in the centre of all educational and upbringing measures. Our focus here is on moral sensitivity understood as the ability of an individual to see social situations from the perspective of moral good and…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Adolescents, Young Adults, Intellectual Disability
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Maleq, Kathrine; Fuentes, Magdalena; Akkari, Abdeljalil – European Educational Researcher, 2022
This critical review aims to question whether or not the enthusiasm around early childhood care and education (ECCE) programmes is producing premature models, ill-adapted to West African socio-cultural contexts. Reviewing research that investigates the impact of ECCE on cognitive development and school readiness, we first focus on the universal…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Child Care, Community Characteristics, Foreign Countries
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Taskin-Ekici, Fatma – European Educational Researcher, 2022
Today, learning environments are constantly getting developed and updated to make the teaching-learning process more active. Besides, tools that enhance learning in educational environments are also getting diversified. One of these educational tools is the movies that are based on real life stories. In addition to informing students about several…
Descriptors: Films, Mass Media Use, Scientific Principles, Preservice Teachers
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