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Doss, Kristy Kowalske – Global Education Review, 2018
In order to compete globally in the 21st Century, students must have the skills to design their own projects and understand how to navigate the wealth of information available at their fingertips. One of the most important tools is to be able to investigate ideas and implement a plan of action in order to answer questions that have not been…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Attention, Learning Experience, Inquiry
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Counsell, Shelly Lynn; Wright, Brian L. – Global Education Review, 2018
A phenomenological case study by Counsell (2007) explored and investigated the phenomenon of what happened as Florida's A+ Plan intersected with the life histories of one beginning African American female third grade teacher and one veteran White female third grade teacher at demographically different school communities in one Florida school…
Descriptors: Accountability, School Districts, Grade 3, Elementary School Students
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Tal, Clodie – Global Education Review, 2018
This paper seeks to improve our understanding of the challenges faced by teachers and student-teachers in the process of implementing small group work (SGW) in early childhood education (ECE). In light of the discrepancy between the clear benefits of SGW in education--its solid theoretical foundation--and its sparse and poor implementation, we…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Program Implementation, Small Group Instruction, Early Childhood Education
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Moland, Naomi A. – Global Education Review, 2017
This article examines how international organizations promote play-based pedagogical approaches in early childhood settings around the world, and how local educators respond. As a case study, I investigated Sesame Workshop's efforts to introduce play-based approaches in Nigerian classrooms. In addition to producing a Nigerian version of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods, Play, Early Childhood Education
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Lindenberg, Anni; Henderson, Kathryn I.; Durán, Leah – Global Education Review, 2016
This study used ethnographic methods to understand factors influencing the implementation of an educational intervention combining short math content videos with teacher trainings and mentorship in high-poverty primary schools in Nicaragua with implications for rural school reform. Educators in rural schools in Latin American face serious…
Descriptors: Mentors, Foreign Countries, Ethnography, Intervention
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Azano, Amy Price; Stewart, Trevor Thomas – Global Education Review, 2016
Recruiting and retaining highly qualified teachers in rural schools is a persistent struggle in many countries, including the U.S. Salient challenges related to poverty, geographic isolation, low teacher salaries, and a lack of community amenities seem to trump perks of living in rural communities. Recognizing this issue as a complex and hard to…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Persistence, Poverty
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Eichhorn, Melinda S. – Global Education Review, 2016
Only six states in India currently identify learning disabilities as a category of disability. This article highlights the challenges students with math learning disabilities face in their transition from secondary school to higher secondary education and Bachelor of Commerce degree programs in the state of Maharashtra. While the current…
Descriptors: Mathematics Anxiety, Learning Disabilities, Mathematics Instruction, Postsecondary Education
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Greenberg, Jeremy H.; Lau, Wendy; Lau, Sandy – Global Education Review, 2016
Students with special education needs such as autism tend to have difficulty with appropriate play skills and leisure time skills. A lack of play may lead to inappropriate behaviors such as stereotypy or passivity. When students have a limited community of reinforcers it may be difficult for educators to find motivators that can be used to teach…
Descriptors: Play, Autism, Research Design, Special Education
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Yu, Yong; Hunt, Jean Ann – Global Education Review, 2016
Carefully constructed field-based experiences in teacher education programs have been recognized as one of the essential conditions for effective teacher learning. Most college/university-based teacher education programs, however, are still dominated by the epistemology that academic knowledge is the authoritative source of knowledge about…
Descriptors: After School Programs, Preservice Teachers, College School Cooperation, Case Studies
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Willey, Craig; Magee, Paula – Global Education Review, 2016
In a longitudinal design experiment conducted within an urban teacher preparation program, we employed ethnographic and auto-ethnographic methods to investigate the following questions: 1) In what ways do clinical experiences (CEs) support prospective teachers' (PTs) development of knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary for urban teaching?…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Ethnography, Experiential Learning, Preservice Teachers
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Dole, Sharon F.; Bloom, Lisa A.; Doss, Kristy Kowalske – Global Education Review, 2016
This article reports the impact of a field experience in problem-based (PBL) and project-based learning (PjBL) on in-service teachers' conceptions of experiential learning. Participants had been enrolled in a hybrid class that included an online component in which they learned about PBL and PjBL, and an experiential component in which they…
Descriptors: Field Experience Programs, Problem Based Learning, Student Projects, Case Studies
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McEachron, Gail; Bhatti, Ghazala – Global Education Review, 2015
Global research has shown the persistence of inequality with regard to accessing curriculum with a view to obtaining suitable work and making useful contributions to society. The intersection of race, gender, language and low socio-economic levels creates situations which often marginalize ethnic minorities in school settings (Freire, 1968; Nieto…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Immigrants
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Kabuto, Bobbie – Global Education Review, 2015
This article highlights two bilingual families who participated in a larger study titled "Revaluing Readers and Families." Drawing on multiple theoretical perspectives to highlight the experiences of a Greek and English speaking family and a Spanish and English speaking family, this article explores how these two bilingual families…
Descriptors: Interviews, Observation, Literacy, Bilingualism
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Purcell-Gates, Victoria – Global Education Review, 2014
This analysis examines the nexus of marginalization and education, particularly the literacy potential and achievement of young children from socially and politically marginalized communities. Drawing on data from a study of literacy practice among Nicaraguan immigrants in Costa Rica and the schooling of the Nicaraguan children in Costa Rican…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Immigrants, Literacy, Foreign Countries
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Mercado, Leonardo A.; Baecher, Laura – Global Education Review, 2014
In this paper, we explore the benefits to teacher evaluation when video-based self-observation is done by teachers as a vehicle for individual, reflective practice. We explore how it was applied systematically at the ICPNA bi-national center among hundreds of EFL teachers within two institution-wide initiatives that have relied on self-observation…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Evaluation, Video Technology, Supervision
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