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Botes, Wiets; Moreeng, Boitumelo; Mosia, Moeketsi – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
This paper reports on how a team of final-year pre-service teachers experienced a lesson study approach, as a program-specific form of student support. Guided by Bandura's social learning theory, this purposive qualitative case study reveals how the pre-service teachers' engagement in the lesson study approach triggered feelings of commitment,…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Lesson Plans, Student Attitudes, Student Motivation
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Ayish, Nader – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
The way engineering students perceive an engineering course that is co-taught between an English instructor and two engineering faculty at an English medium instruction (EMI) university has not been studied. In order to better understand how students perceive such a course, a survey consisting of 12 items with a 5-point Likert-scale and two…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Engineering Education, Majors (Students)
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Collins, Vanessa J.; Dargan, Isaac W.; Walsh, Rosalind L.; Merga, Margaret K. – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
A whole school (K-12) "Reading for Pleasure" program was implemented at an independent girls' school in Sydney, Australia. This paper reports on the results of a teacher survey conducted one year into the implementation of the program. Qualitative data were collected from 105 teachers on the perceived benefits and challenges of the…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Recreational Reading, Foreign Countries, Single Sex Schools
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Moharami, Mehdi; Daneshfar, Samran – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
Education policy seeks to define the purpose of schooling and design the educational sphere according to authorities' objectives and people's needs. Governments set policies and principles to reach their intended goals in education, preserving people's values and culture. Many countries provide learning foreign languages in their curriculum to…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Foreign Countries
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Nallaya, Shashi; Hobson, James E.; Ulpen, Tamra – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
Commencing students in universities today are very diverse with regards to their academic preparation, language, and cultural background. Some of these students are also first in family to attend university. With such diverse student profiles and previous learning experiences, it is possible that some students may not be confident to employ the…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, Self Efficacy, Foreign Countries, Task Analysis
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Oo, Cherry Zin; Alonzo, Dennis; Asih, Ria – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
Teacher assessment literacy research with pre-service teachers (PSTs) has highlighted that they are not well prepared to use assessments to support student learning. Thus, initial teacher education (ITE) programs needs to ensure that PSTs are provided with a range of opportunities to acquire both theoretical and practical assessment knowledge and…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Assessment Literacy, Preservice Teacher Education, Literature Reviews
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Lummis, Geoffrey W.; Morris, Julia E.; Ferguson, Catherine; Hill, Susan; Lock, Graeme – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
This research explored teachers' experiences of school and their work-related wellbeing, from the perspective that work-related wellbeing is an organisational responsibility. A single case study was enacted in an urban Western Australian secondary school to explore the relationship between school organisational health and teacher wellbeing. A…
Descriptors: Leadership, Well Being, School Culture, Secondary School Teachers
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Churchill, Meryl Pearce; Lindsay, Daniel; Crowe, Melissa; Grasso, Lauretta; Mendez, Diana H.; Emtage, Nicholas; Jones, Rhondda – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
For institutions intent on improving their research student outcomes, it is important to identify the variables most strongly associated with timely or tardy completions, which the university has the potential to influence or amend. For this to occur the analyses of doctoral completion times need to be conducted at an institution or discipline…
Descriptors: Student Research, Doctoral Dissertations, Time, Persistence
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Methlagl, Michael – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
The importance of inclusive education receives global acceptance. The current paper presents a bibliometric analysis of 8398 papers dealing with inclusive education between 1980 and 2019. The research aim is to gain information on scientific productivity, international collaboration activities, and the conceptual structure of this research field.…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Bibliometrics, Productivity, Educational Research
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Alghamdi, Amani Khalaf H.; El-Hassan, Wai Si; Alattiq, Mashail – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
This paper concerns preparing Saudi Arabian female educators, who may assume teacher leader roles, in alignment with the Islamic leadership concept. Women have been recognised as a 'great asset' for national development, and interest in their educational attainment is growing. After explaining this development in conjunction with the teacher…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Women Faculty, Females, Teacher Leadership
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García-González, Abel; Aznar-Diaz, Inmaculada; Ramírez-Montoya, María Soledad; Romero-Rodríguez, José María – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
This research studied the needs of university students receiving distance and hybrid education during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study's main objective was to analyse the university students' expectations and needs in the Andalusia (Spain) region during the COVID-19 health emergency, to provide guidelines for post-COVID online and hybrid…
Descriptors: Student Needs, Expectation, College Students, COVID-19
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Lintner, Tomáš – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
Peer relationships in lower-secondary classrooms play a crucial part in students' academic and personal lives. This study uses social network analysis to investigate aspects influencing formation of both likeability and antipathy ties between students in Czech lower-secondary schools, with a special focus on the role on socioeconomic status. Data…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Peer Relationship, Secondary School Students, Social Networks
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Li, Boli; Burke, Jenene; Plunkett, Margaret – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese international students (CIS) still constitute the largest international population in Australian higher education. Yet limited research has examined the lived learning experience of CIS and local students in Australian universities. Underpinned by Biggs, Kember and Leung's (2001) 3P model of learning, this…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, College Students, Asians, Foreign Countries
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Oikonomakou, Marianthi; Frazis, George; Evangelinou-Yiannakis, Angela – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
In this paper we provide an evaluative description and report of the various aspects of teaching and learning Greek as a heritage and/or foreign language in the Northern Territory of Australia. Initially, we focus on the importance of the formation of dynamic learning communities through interdisciplinary collaboration. The main purpose of Charles…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Greek, Second Language Learning, Language Minorities
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Yee, Tay San; Li, Phang Biao – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
Academic writing is a key determinant to be successful in higher education institutions, and graduation requirements often involve students producing theses and dissertations using academic writing skills after conducting research. The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected pre-service teachers' learning in higher education institutions, and with…
Descriptors: Academic Language, Writing (Composition), Concept Mapping, Computer Software
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