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Ningxin Ma; Prasert Ruannakarn – Higher Education Studies, 2024
This study aims to evaluate the impact of the application of Internet + technology in accounting education on academic performance, with a special focus on the academic performance changes of 2022 accounting students of Ningxia Vocational and Technical College of Finance and Economics. The study adopted a quantitative analysis method to evaluate…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Accounting, Academic Achievement
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Greg Stein; Yvonne Wei – Higher Education Studies, 2024
This study investigates undergraduate student satisfaction at a small private university in Japan, focusing on factors like social environment, instructors, facilities, support, academic grit, and student engagement. Given Japan's demographic challenges and the heightened competition in higher education, understanding these factors is crucial for…
Descriptors: Student Satisfaction, Small Colleges, Private Colleges, Foreign Countries
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Sukit Chiranorawanit; Vitsanu Nittayathammakul – Higher Education Studies, 2024
This research aims to identify factors predicting pre-service technical teachers' academic performance in a technical teacher training context. This study employed a predictive correlational design. We developed the conceptual framework by combining previous research, and then created a survey to gather data. Between August 1 and August 30, 2022,…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Technical Education, Undergraduate Students, Teacher Education Programs
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Al-Labadi, Luai; Hur, Jinyoung; Lim, Kyuson; Srivastava, Nitya – Higher Education Studies, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic poses financial challenges for students worldwide, especially for those in higher education where free and universal access is not guaranteed. Students in developed economies, a long-neglected group for pandemic studies, are not exceptions. The motivation of this study is to examine subjective financial well-being of…
Descriptors: Financial Literacy, Well Being, Undergraduate Students, COVID-19
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Yonk, Ryan M.; Simmons, Randy T. – Higher Education Studies, 2023
In this Report on Practice, we explore both the process and an approach of engaging Undergraduate Students in research using a Research Institute setting. Drawing from our experience we conceive of the learning process as a series of interactions and transactions that face the same impediments as any transaction or interaction The approach, we…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Learning Processes, Experiential Learning, Public Policy
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Li, Xiao-yan; Huang, Jian-hao – Higher Education Studies, 2023
The present research examined the perceived teachers' charismatic leadership and entrepreneurial intentions of college students. Based on the theory of emotional contagion, this study proposes a mediating model of entrepreneurial passion between college students' perception of teachers' charismatic leadership and entrepreneurial intentions. A…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Intention, Undergraduate Students
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Lis-Hacohen, Ronit; Binah-Pollak, Avital; Hazzan, Orit – Higher Education Studies, 2023
The discourse on science and engineering education focuses on ways of preparing students, as future employees, and global citizens. While this discourse deals with the purposes and characteristics of engineering education, it tends to neglect the students' perspectives. The purpose of this study was to provide insights into the perspectives of…
Descriptors: Science Education, Engineering Education, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Koçoglu, Erol; Demir, Fatima Betül; Öteles, Ülkü Ulukaya; Özeren, Ender – Higher Education Studies, 2023
The earthquake, which affected the south and southeast of Turkey (approximately 10 provinces) on February 6, 2023, brought many devastating consequences. Earthquakes, which occur in all geographies of the world in variable time periods depending on the characteristics of the geological structure, cause many extraordinary situations and…
Descriptors: Seismology, Natural Disasters, Trauma, Foreign Countries
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Dana J. Tribble; Louis S. Nadelson – Higher Education Studies, 2023
College is a major critical juncture for students in which they learn to author their lives. For students who are pre-service teachers, college provides an opportunity for them to develop their leader identity, a skill critical to their professional success. We posited there is a relationship between leader identity and self-authorship, such that…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Leadership, Self Concept, Undergraduate Students
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Timothy Scott; Poonpilas Asavisanu – Higher Education Studies, 2023
This study synthesizes existing research to explore factors affecting student attrition in Thai higher education institutions and develop a causal model for dropout risk. The synthesis uses a mixed-method approach following PRISMA 2020 guidelines, drawing on six years of Thai contextual studies on student attrition, academic intention, commitment,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Dropout Characteristics, At Risk Students
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Kanokrat Jirasatjanukul; Nuttakan Pakprod; Prueksa Dokkulab; Apatcha Changkwanyeun; Thada Jantakoon; Rukthin Laoha – Higher Education Studies, 2023
This research examined the process of creating educational innovations through cloud-based constructivism and connectivism learning for undergraduates. The objectives were as follows: (1) To examine the cloud-based constructivism and connectivism learning model's roles in helping undergraduates create educational innovations; and (2) To evaluate…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, Internet, Computers, Information Technology
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Song, Gang; Fan, Li – Higher Education Studies, 2023
Based on the theoretical approaches to interlanguage and discourse cohesiveness, this study examines international students' growth in discourse awareness and discourse competence in the teaching of elementary Chinese reading and writing, and explores a set of assessment methods for teaching discourse. The learners' knowledge and production of…
Descriptors: Interlanguage, Literacy Education, Foreign Students, Metalinguistics
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Yurayat, Phamornpun; Seechaliao, Thapanee – Higher Education Studies, 2022
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has left tertiary students feeling anxious, stressed, and depressed. As a result, online counseling is a new option for students seeking counseling to alleviate stress and anxiety. The aims of this study were to 1) investigate undergraduate students' attitudes towards online counseling since the COVID-19…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, Counseling Techniques, Videoconferencing
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Beggs, Chris; Martin, Barbara N. – Higher Education Studies, 2022
Mental health and attainment gaps comprise crises on university campuses, especially for first-generation and low-income students. Despite the heritage of spirituality and religious foundations of America's colleges, current norms have rendered candid discussions of spirituality to be mostly nonexistent. Despite literature linking spirituality…
Descriptors: Well Being, Academic Achievement, Spiritual Development, Correlation
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Demirbilek, Mesut; Keser, Sitar; Akpolat, Tuba – Higher Education Studies, 2022
Arrogant individuals are individuals who tend to position themselves in the center, both in their daily lives and in organizational life, and their relationships with others. While they exaggerate their importance, they tend to take over success in any case. Arrogance, which has the potential to adversely affect the organizational climate, can…
Descriptors: Higher Education, College Faculty, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students
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