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Abed, Mohaned Ghazi – World Journal of Education, 2018
At the present time, ICT (Information and Communication Technology) is recognised as a pressing consideration in educational establishments worldwide. Accordingly, the present research proved to be valuable to teaching staff, teachers in (Special Educational Needs) SEN and leaders in schools. This work's aim was centred on explaining and examining…
Descriptors: Mainstreaming, Teacher Attitudes, Special Needs Students, Technology Uses in Education
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Elwick, Alex; Osgood, Jayne; Robertson, Leena; Sakr, Mona; Wilson, Dilys – Journal of Education Policy, 2018
This paper aims to critique policy discourses around the pursuit of quality in early years education. Taking England as a focal point, it problematizes the use of the term 'quality' and attempts to standardise its meaning; highlighting the disconnect that exists between policy and practice. The paper combines discourse analysis of a small number…
Descriptors: Preschool Teachers, Teacher Education, Educational Quality, Discourse Analysis
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Sahan, Gülsün; Tural, Aysegül – World Journal of Education, 2018
Human Rights, Citizenship and Democracy Course draws attention to with topics such as human rights, effective citizenship. In terms of content, it has an important place in contemporary education concept. It is thought that the Human Rights, Citizenship and Democracy course will benefit the social structure because of its content and the outputs…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Citizenship, Democracy, Teacher Attitudes
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Ahmed, Ejaz; Nordin, Zaimuariffudin Shukri; Shah, Sayyed Rashid; Channa, Mansoor Ahmed – World Journal of Education, 2018
The key aim of this study is to explore the perceptions of English as foreign language (EFL) teachers about peer observation as a tool for professional development that is implemented in an English Language Institute of a Saudi Arabian university. This paper reviews literature on peer observation to develop a conceptual and theoretical…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Foreign Countries
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Hardy, Ian – Journal of Education Policy, 2018
This paper examines how policy pressure for increased performance on standardised measures of student achievement influenced the teacher learning practices that arose in a school setting in Queensland, Australia. Drawing upon research and theorising of governing by numbers, and applications to the governance of education, and particularly…
Descriptors: Criticism, Governance, Educational Policy, Policy Analysis
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Oder, Tuuli; Eisenschmidt, Eve – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2018
The ability to express oneself clearly in both a mother tongue and a foreign language is a foundation principle of the new national curriculum in Estonia. Therefore, research was conducted to determine whether there was a possible relationship between English as a foreign language (EFL) teachers' perceptions of effective teaching and the…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Educational Environment, National Curriculum, English (Second Language)
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Saito, Eisuke; Atencio, Matthew; Khong, Thi Diem Hang; Takasawa, Naomi; Murase, Masatsugu; Tsukui, Atsushi; Sato, Manabu – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2018
Neo-liberal educational policies that are being implemented globally work to foster competition among schools and teachers, as well as among children. In this situation, teachers must often come to accept the dominant representations of curricular policy developed by higher authorities. In this study, a case study design is used to describe how…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Educational Policy, Foreign Countries, Neoliberalism
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Le, Ha; Janssen, Jeroen; Wubbels, Theo – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2018
While the educational literature mentions several obstacles affecting the effectiveness of collaborative learning (CL), they have often been investigated through the perceptions of only one actor, either teachers or students. Therefore, some sources of obstacles that teachers and students encounter may not have been revealed. In this study, 19…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Teacher Attitudes, Student Attitudes, Preservice Teachers
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Byrne, Richard; Devine, Dympna – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2018
The role of faith-based schools is increasingly debated within a context of school reform, rights and plurality in multi-ethnic societies. The Catholic schooling system in the Irish Republic (always referred to as Ireland in the text) represents an interesting case internationally because of the extent to which Catholic education is structurally…
Descriptors: Role, Religious Education, Social Justice, Models
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Levent, Faruk; Özdemir, Nehir; Akpolat, Tuba – IAFOR Journal of Education, 2018
The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between school administrators' power sources and teachers' organizational trust levels according to the teachers' perceptions. The sample of the study, which employed a survey research method, consisted of 401 school teachers, working in both the private and public sectors in Istanbul,…
Descriptors: Power Structure, Trust (Psychology), Teacher Attitudes, Foreign Countries
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Malak, Md. Saiful; Sharma, Umesh; Deppeler, Joanne M. – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2018
This study examined the relationships between primary schoolteachers' attitudes, efficacy beliefs and perceived support and their behavioural intentions in regard to teaching students who display inappropriate behaviour in regular classrooms. Ajzen's Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) was used to guide the conceptual framework of the study. A total…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Intention, Teacher Behavior, Student Behavior
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Gardiner, Paul; Anderson, Michael – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2018
The concept of the 'creative' in creative writing has a vexed history. This article explores the myths surrounding creativity and how they have influenced the way teachers have approached playwriting pedagogy. It reports on research into the teaching and learning experiences of students and teachers in secondary schools, focusing on the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Creativity, Playwriting, Systems Approach
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Dvorakova, Antonie – American Journal of Education, 2018
This qualitative interdisciplinary study explored the responses of Native American academics to selected contingencies of their tribal identities. Negative stereotypes emerged as an important topic from the narratives of 20 male and 20 female tribal academics in a variety of disciplines whom the author interviewed at 28 universities across the…
Descriptors: Ethnic Stereotypes, American Indians, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Hogan, Anna; Enright, Eimear; Stylianou, Michalis; McCuaig, Louise – Journal of Education Policy, 2018
This paper investigates the commercialisation of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in Australian schools. Specifically, it focuses on understanding why teachers value commercial resources, and how they enact these in their classrooms. Theorising around teacher agency suggests teachers are now choosing to use a range of commercial resources and…
Descriptors: Criticism, Educational Policy, Commercialization, Social Development
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Alzahrani, Sultan – World Journal of Education, 2018
This modified narrative study is an exploration of the perceptions of two special educators who experienced the dramatic changes in the New Orleans public school system as a result of Hurricane Katrina. The participants in this study will consist of two special education professionals (See Table 1). From their perspectives, the reader shall gain a…
Descriptors: Special Education Teachers, Public Schools, Pretests Posttests, Natural Disasters
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