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McNair, Lynn J.; Blaisdell, Caralyn; Davis, John M.; Addison, Luke J. – Global Education Review, 2022
This paper reports on findings from a small pilot study undertaken with early years practitioners in Scotland. The Scottish Government is currently implementing its key election promise of almost doubling the entitlement to publicly funded early learning and childcare (ELC) for all three and four-year old and eligible two-year old children. A key…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Foreign Countries, Preschool Teachers, Child Care
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Winstead, Lisa; Shehab, Hanem; Brye, Michelle – Global Education Review, 2022
A graduate course in curriculum and instruction was utilized as an intervention to enhance teacher awareness about their teaching practice. The researchers employed a purposeful and prolonged critical reflection approach for graduate students, who are also teachers, over a 15-week period. The teachers juxtaposed their prior experiences against a…
Descriptors: Reflective Teaching, Professionalism, Socialization, Teacher Attitudes
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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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Maistrello, Veronica; Dalziel, Fiona Clare – Global Education Review, 2020
The aim of this article is to explore how drama activities can provide an opportunity for adult migrants to develop their competence in the language of the host community, in this case Italian, in a protected and anxiety-free space. Language anxiety has been classified as a specific feeling of apprehension due to the risks language learners may be…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Immigrants, Risk, Drama
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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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Sharif, Iman – Global Education Review, 2020
Displacing the largest number of refugees in recent time is one of the devastating impacts of the Syrian war. Turkey hosts over 3.6 million Syrian refugees. Almost half of them are children in the preschool or primary school stage. Because refugee children are five times more likely to miss schooling than nonrefugee children, the provision of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Student Centered Learning, Refugees, Teacher Attitudes
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Taira, Brooke Ward – Global Education Review, 2019
Research documents how transnational youth leverage literacy practices to maintain global connections, identity, and self-worth within learning environments that often fail to honor their cultural and linguistic repertoires. This article extends this research by focusing on the unique practices, experiences, and perspectives of secondary newcomer…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Refugees, Literacy, Self Concept
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Sachar, Cassandra O'Sullivan; Cheese, Melissa; Richardson, Scott – Global Education Review, 2019
This study examines faculty/staff perceptions of underprepared students as well as the experiences of these students in the college setting. Understanding that this crucial population has poor retention, we sought to understand who they were and how the faculty/staff felt about them in an effort to better serve them. While most students surveyed…
Descriptors: Misconceptions, Public Colleges, College Preparation, College Faculty
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Swai, Calvin Zakaria; Glanfield, Florence – Global Education Review, 2018
This paper explores the perspectives of mathematics teacher leaders (MTLs) on teacher-led professional learning (TLPL). Shaped by notions of symbolic interactionism, the study employed a multisite case study design. Empirical data were collected through in-depth interviews. The study revealed the practice of TLPL influential in facilitating…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Teacher Attitudes, Mathematics Teachers, Mathematics Instruction
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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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Rentzou, Konstanntina; Daglas, Georgios – Global Education Review, 2018
Greece is one of the many countries, which still utilize a split Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) system. In fact, this dichotomy characterizes not only preschool programs, but also higher education institutions which train pre-service ECEC educators. Recently, Greek government's Organization for ECEC organized an open debate for the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Preschool Teachers, Inservice Teacher Education
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Jukes, Matthew C. H.; Gabrieli, Prosper; Mgonda, Nkanileka Loti; Nsolezi, Florentina S.; Jeremiah, Grace; Tibenda, Jovina J.; Bub, Kristen L. – Global Education Review, 2018
Education programs in Africa increasingly aim to develop and measure social and emotional competencies. However, assessments are typically adapted from those developed in other continents and are not derived from local perspectives. In the current study, we conducted focus groups and individual interviews with teachers, parents and students in 4…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Social Responsibility, Foreign Countries
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Petrová, Zuzana; Zápotocná, Olga – Global Education Review, 2018
This paper describes the development of preschool literacy education in Slovakia, beginning with the communist era, when the country was isolated from broader international academic discourse and early literacy research, then the period after the fall of the totalitarian regime up to the present day. It describes how the traditional approach to…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Educational Change, Educational Legislation, Cognitive Development
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