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Carla Paredes; Adrienne Barnes-Story; Stephanie Zuilkowski; Bodunrin Akinrinmade – Global Education Review, 2023
In this study, we examine the association between attending a Non-Formal Learning Center (NLFC) in Sokoto and Bauchi states for at least nine months and reading outcomes for out-of-school children (OOSC) who are mainstreamed into formal schooling by grade 4 (P4). We use Hierarchical Linear Modeling with data from 1,116 pupil Early Grade Reading…
Descriptors: Informal Education, Foreign Countries, Reading Achievement, Reading Ability
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Kristen Napolitano; Amanda M. Gunning; Meghan E. Marrero; Elena Nitecki – Global Education Review, 2023
Growing emphasis on elementary STEM education has pushed elementary teachers to face curriculum changes that focus on standards with which they are largely unfamiliar (Smith, 2020; Trygstad et al., 2013). As a result, elementary students are not always exposed to STEM subjects or integration and miss out on opportunities to access and enjoy the…
Descriptors: Elementary Education, STEM Education, Teacher Leadership, Curriculum Development
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May, Helen – Global Education Review, 2022
Miss Isabel Little was a Scottish infant teacher who immigrated to New Zealand in 1912. She was described as a "Froebel trained Scot from Edinburgh" and known around Wellington education circles for her "modern methods". In contrast to known Froebelian pioneers, Miss Little's historical footprint is light but the few glimpses…
Descriptors: Educational History, Early Childhood Education, Strategic Planning, Foreign Countries
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Sillanpää, Taina; Visuri, Fredrika; Ruokonen, Inkeri – Global Education Review, 2022
Historically, Finnish early childhood education has been largely based on Friedrich Froebel's pedagogy. However, Froebelian pedagogy is no longer as well known in Finland as it once was. We at the Kindergarten Museum in Helsinki wanted to increase awareness of the Froebelian tradition. Together with artist Alexander Reichstein, we came up with the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Learning Processes, Play, Instructional Design
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Greenberg, Jeremy H.; Cheung, Hiu Ching – Global Education Review, 2022
Inclusion of students with special education needs (SEN) and especially autism spectrum disorder (ASD) into general education curricula is a challenging practice. In recent years, the practice of inclusion has been expanding within the international school community. Outside of the United States, the process of inclusion is developing rapidly due…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Inclusion, Special Education, Special Needs Students
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Schultz, Susan; Love, Kristen – Global Education Review, 2022
Participants in this research study found themselves suddenly forced into remote instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic, unfamiliar with online teaching and with little guidance from the field of education. Survey data was used to capture the voices of 18 K-12 educators to share their lessons learned, the challenges they encountered, and the…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Teacher Education, Electronic Learning
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Håberg, Liv Ingrid Aske – Global Education Review, 2022
In the Scandinavian tradition, "how" children learn is of much greater importance than "what" children. However, this study seeks primarily to investigate "what to learn" as opposed to "how to learn." The matter of what topics are most valued is under-researched, particularly in regard to kindergarten…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Oral Language, Phonological Awareness, Preschool Teachers
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Wasmuth, Helge – Global Education Review, 2022
What does it mean to be a Froebelian in the 21st century? It is not a new question but one that is more urgent than ever. Not only since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic but for years, young children and their well-being have been thrust aside, and Early Childhood Education and Care worldwide has been treated as subordinate. The Global Education…
Descriptors: Young Children, Well Being, Early Childhood Education, Kindergarten
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Cummings-Clay, Denise; Hayes, Abeku; DiSanto, Jaqueline – Global Education Review, 2021
At the first and only public Montessori charter school in New York City, teachers create learning environments, materials, and lessons that help students guide themselves to find information needed to arrive at a necessary learning outcome. The sudden shift to online instruction in March 2020 required parents, teachers, and administration to…
Descriptors: Montessori Schools, Pandemics, COVID-19, Electronic Learning
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Akinrinmade, Bodunrin; Ammani, Muhammad; Zuilkowski, Stephanie – Global Education Review, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic that began in early 2020 has had consequences for children's education globally, as schools closed and parents found themselves playing the role of teacher, alongside their economic and other community roles. This study aims to explore the experiences of parents in northern Nigeria as they attempted to support their primary…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Literacy Education
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Bettney, Esther; Nordmeyer, Jon – Global Education Review, 2021
In this article, we explore glocality within a transnational network of independent schools to understand the interdependence of the global and the local in language policies and practices. Using glocality as a lens, we draw on narrative school profiles written by educators at member schools within the WIDA International School Consortium, a…
Descriptors: International Schools, Consortia, Private Schools, Language Usage
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Solorio, Michelle – Global Education Review, 2020
Through the Ministry of Education program "Programme des Écoles Integrées" (PEI) in Côte d'Ivoire, 26 rural public primary schools may use one of 10 local languages as the language of instruction in Grades 1-3 prior to switching to a French-only system. The purpose of a PEI school is to support basic academic skills development and…
Descriptors: Refugees, Immigrants, Rural Schools, Urban Schools
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Simopoulos, Giorgos; Magos, Kostas – Global Education Review, 2020
Refugee education has been an important challenge for the Greek educational system and for the teaching community. New supporting structures (i.e., Reception Facilities for Refugee Education [RFRE]), operating after the end of the regular school day, have been created to enable newcomers living in Refugee Accommodation Centers to learn (mainly)…
Descriptors: Refugees, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Greek
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Schroeder, Leila – Global Education Review, 2020
Even a quick glance at international data reveals something troubling: There is an increasing economic and educational gap between Africa and the rest of the world. If we look just a bit deeper, we find that economic and educational stagnation may simply be the inevitable outcomes of broad educational failure for millions of rural African…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Economic Development, Rural Areas, Academic Failure
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Blankenbeckler, Corrie – Global Education Review, 2020
Mother-tongue or first language (L1)-based multilingual education programs are necessarily complex and may require a more nonlinear approach to program design. These programs operate within and act upon a range of psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic, and sociopolitical issues that include language structure and literacy assessment, language policy…
Descriptors: Program Design, Difficulty Level, Native Language, Multilingualism
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