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Strom, Paris S.; Strom, Robert D.; Wang, Chih-hsuan – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2024
Employers agree that high school graduates lack teamwork skills needed for workplace productivity. The lag in student readiness to meet employer expectations urges school reforms that implicate group interaction, empirical assessment, and reporting of teamwork competencies. The "Teamwork Skills Inventory" (TSI) evaluated how well…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Teamwork, High School Students
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Stamatios, Papadakis – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2024
Computational Thinking (CT) and the understanding of how programs are being executed is internationally acknowledging as a necessity for today's students and citizens of tomorrow. Despite the multifaceted nature of CT, the introduction of CT and associate concepts such as coding is regarded as developmental acceptable for preschool and…
Descriptors: Preschool Children, Computation, Thinking Skills, Programming
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Leone, Tharcisio – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2024
How can a bonus program affect the performance of teachers in classrooms? This paper collected data from teachers employed in Brazilian state-run schools to examine the key mechanisms through which a teacher bonus scheme can have a causal effect on the academic achievements of students. Using mixed-methods research and data triangulation from…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Incentives, Merit Pay, Teacher Salaries
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Wei, Xiaoxia; Weerasawainon, Aeksing – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2024
Being able to use a foreign language to communicate will increase an individual's opportunities of employment and personal growth, which implies the significance of adopting a lifelong learning approach to language learning. This study was conducted to explore language learners' lifelong learning tendency in general and the key factors affecting…
Descriptors: Lifelong Learning, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Foreign Countries
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Ali, Mazurina Mohd; Zaharon, Nur Farhana Mohd – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2024
Internet users are becoming ignorant with their data and the transparency of information due to the nature of high-speed internet today. Regrettably, internet users are deceived by engineering tactics performed by highly trained people, namely cybercriminals. Thus, in order to combat phishing attacks, internet users should be educated on security…
Descriptors: Information Security, Governance, Data, Literature Reviews
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Tran, Thao Thi – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training issued a new general education curriculum and Getting-to-know-English for Grades 1 and 2. Teachers are crucial to implementing Getting-to-know-English for Grades 1 and 2. However, teacher agency has been understudied, despite recent studies in Vietnam. These studies examined teacher agency in executing…
Descriptors: Professional Autonomy, Elementary School Teachers, Grade 1, Grade 2
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Tamar, Chen-Levi; Yaffa, Buskila; Lea, Shaked; Haia, Altarac; Nitzan, Elyakim – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic changed schools' reality and posed a wide range of challenges for school leaders, such as a re-examination of principals' and teachers' authority and leadership in the schools' virtual spaces. Teaching methods and social-emotional aspects of learning were challenged as well. The school faculty had to redesign their…
Descriptors: Virtual Classrooms, Electronic Learning, Virtual Schools, Principals
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Bhardwaj, Aashish; Gupta, Anu – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
Videos have come-up as self-learning tool in all forms of engineering education, including the formal, informal, and nonformal education. The article presents the different perspectives of using videos in teaching engineering courses. Most popular video lecture series have been discussed with their specific applications and popularity concerns.…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Video Technology, Teaching Methods, Lecture Method
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Brion, Corinne – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
Leaders set the tone and the culture for their schools. The purpose of this phenomenology study is to examine how the increase in racial diversity among urban middle school teachers impacts the school's culture. The author utilized the Invitational Education model as a conceptual framework. The researcher conducted a total of 28 interviews with…
Descriptors: Diversity (Faculty), School Culture, Urban Schools, Middle School Teachers
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Raharjo, Raharjo; Abdullah, Irwan; Indiyanto, Agus; Mariam, Siti; Raharjo, Firdaus Himawan – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
The aim of the article is to address how online learning is implemented in schools, how teacher competencies influence online learning experiences, and what implication of online learning for teachers' authority. The data collection uses in-depth interviews with teachers and parents about their experiences with online learning, as well as…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Curriculum Implementation, Teacher Competencies, Power Structure
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Tabatadze, Shalva; Gorgadze, Natia – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
This study aimed to explore gender equality in language textbooks in Georgian schools. The content analysis method was used to answer the research questions, and a theoretical framework was developed based on Porreca's Analytical Framework (1984). The research revealed that men remain more visible in textbooks. Social roles, activities, and…
Descriptors: Sex Fairness, Foreign Language Books, Foreign Countries, Gender Bias
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Frame, Mei Lan – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
This paper examines the issue of student choice across subject streams in recent government reforms to China's National College Entrance Exam (NCEE). Utilizing data from a case study of an urban high school in Beijing, it argues that student choice of subjects across previous streams of science or fine arts runs counter to existing institutional…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Student Attitudes, Educational Change, Foreign Countries
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Nketekete, Malefetsane E. – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
This study was undertaken to assess the extent of changes brought by the Lesotho General Certificate of Secondary Education (LGCSE). The LGCSE replaced the British General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCE O level). The new system was hailed as modern and progressive, recognizing wider ability performance. The study employed a comparative…
Descriptors: Discourse Analysis, Accounting, Course Descriptions, Secondary School Curriculum
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Amsalu, Desalegn; Mesfin, Seyoum – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
Since 1995 and until it apparently eased with the coming of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, ethnicity has become the dogmatic principle of the country for its social and political policies. Consequently, it has permeated through university campuses and affected relationships among students belonging to different ethnic groups. This study makes a…
Descriptors: Ethnocentrism, College Students, Foreign Countries, Ethnography
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Ochieng, Vollan Okoth; Waithanji Ngware, Moses – International Journal of Educational Reform, 2023
The onset of COVID-19 made governments and other education actors prioritize distance learning, particularly through education technologies (EdTechs). Most sub-Saharan African countries adopted and adapted this approach. This paper examines the extent of EdTechs' deployment in Kenya during the COVID-19 pandemic among marginalized and vulnerable…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Educational Technology
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