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Wang, Lingjie; Huang, Jian-Hao – Higher Education Studies, 2023
Previous studies have demonstrated that high-performance human resource practice (HPHRP) can reduce employees' turnover intention (TI). However, only a few studies have investigated this relationship in the context of Chinese culture. Using a sample of 740 teachers from five colleges and universities in Hebei Province, China, this study assessed…
Descriptors: Faculty Mobility, Foreign Countries, Human Resources, Labor Turnover
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Phusee-orn, Songsak; Pongteerawut, Sasipat – Higher Education Studies, 2023
The objective of this research is to study and compare the self-regulation of grade 9 th students with different personality types and who study in schools of different sizes. The sample group used in this study consisted of 860 students from Sisaket province, Thailand, who were randomly selected through a multi-stage random sampling method. Of…
Descriptors: Self Control, Grade 9, Student Characteristics, Personality Traits
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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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Davis, Tracy E. K.; Sokan, Amanda E.; Mannan, Afsara – Higher Education Studies, 2023
United States institutions of higher education (IHEs) transitioned to online learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and guidelines to reduce risk of spreading or contracting the disease. This large scale, impromptu transition to online learning had implications for students, and IHEs. This study used a survey design to explore the impact…
Descriptors: College Students, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Seesun, Piyaporn; Tharintharawat, Ninmani; Sawat, Teerasit; Srisa-ard, Boonchom; Phusee-orn, Songsak; Seehamongkol, Yannapat; Poonputra, Apantee – Higher Education Studies, 2023
This research aimed to: (1) study current conditions and problems in the development of reading and writing Thai language under the situation of COVID-19 of Grade 1 students at Huai Ton Na Fai Educational Quality Development Center; and (2) study the guidelines for the development of Thai reading and writing under the situation of COVID-19 of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Reading Instruction
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Meekaew, Nattapon; Jongnimitsataporn, Petcharat – Higher Education Studies, 2023
Understanding pros and cons of digital technology is an essential competency for pre-service teachers so that they are able to conduct online instruction appropriately. They need to prepare themselves comprehensively to be able to use the new educational technology that is now widely accessible particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic incidence.…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Characteristics, Technological Literacy, Self Efficacy
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Chaijalearn, Yuttana; Saleekhum, Parinya; Lordkeaw, Chonlasit; Ratchawet, Anodar; Intharawiset, Thanin – Higher Education Studies, 2023
The research aimed to 1) build and assess suitability of the learning management plan of the predictive-observation-explanatory (POE) technology based learning approach to promote scientific explanation making about the change of the substance for primary school students, 2) to distill the lesson learnt of the predictive-observation-explanatory…
Descriptors: Learning Management Systems, Science Education, Elementary School Students, Science Instruction
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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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Turner, Patrick; Zepeda, Efren Miranda – Higher Education Studies, 2023
Over the last three years, crises of a historical magnitude have had a profound impact on the higher education system in the U.S. During the spring of March 2020, COVID-19, referred to as the coronavirus, caused a significant health crisis, killing hundreds of thousands of people, while disrupting the educational, economic, and health system…
Descriptors: Age Groups, College Students, Student Experience, Distance Education
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Alsoliman, Badr Salman H. – Higher Education Studies, 2023
The use of technology in education has been widely investigated, with a particular focus on remote communication during the COVID-19 pandemic. These settings have prompted a deeper study of the role that families can play in remote learning to support student educational achievement. This study has explored the student-family factors that could…
Descriptors: Family Role, Academic Achievement, Parent Attitudes, Educational 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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Max Aangenendt; Ellen Sjoer; Christian Wallner – Higher Education Studies, 2023
Professional learning networks (PLN) in Higher Education represent new social configurations for networked workplaces in which education, research and innovation can be combined. Here academic staff engages with others outside of their everyday organisational community. This study identifies and conceptualizes essential behaviours that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Professional Personnel, Facilitators (Individuals), Higher Education
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Miranda de Hei; Inge Audenaerde – Higher Education Studies, 2023
In this study, we regard co-creation as a collaborative process where students, lecturers and working field professionals from outside the university jointly develop innovative products, processes or knowledge. In co-creation all stakeholders equally contribute to the collaborative process and aim to create beneficial outcomes for each…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Partnerships in Education, Cooperative Learning, Questionnaires
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