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Prenger, Rilana; Poortman, Cindy L.; Handelzalts, Adam – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
Professional learning communities are promising for teacher learning and improving the quality of education. In the past decade, there has been a shift in focus from within-school to cross-school PLCs: Professional Learning Networks. Knowledge of the underlying working processes of teacher learning in PLNs is scarce. This is even more complicated…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Professional Development, Teacher Education, Social Networks
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Da'as, Rima'a – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
The current study deals with the question of whether affective trust among the teaching staff and teacher participation in decision-making (PDM) might influence the relationship between principals' skills (cognitive and interpersonal) and organizational outcomes (job satisfaction and teacher absenteeism) during the first year of educational reform…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Principals, Leadership Qualities, Teacher Administrator Relationship
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Cheng, Albert; Maranto, Robert; Shakeel, M. Danish – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
Effective schooling requires teachers to have professional discretion; yet in the twentieth century, bureaucratization enhanced administrative control of teaching. Teacher unionization offered one response to bureaucratization, intended in part to protect teacher professional discretion. More recently, the charter school movement offered a second…
Descriptors: Unions, Public Schools, Educational Change, Professionalism
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Hackett, Jacob; Kruzich, Jean; Goulter, Arielle; Battista, Maritess – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
Collaborative (Co-) teaching is an increasingly popular model of instructional used to improve inclusive education outcomes. The woefully under theorized and researched arrangement involves multiple certified teachers--a general and special educator--sharing a classroom space and increased spectrum of student learning needs. Our multiyear…
Descriptors: Team Teaching, Inclusion, Regular and Special Education Relationship, Instructional Design
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Fix, G. M.; Rikkerink, M.; Ritzen, H. T. M.; Pieters, J. M.; Kuiper, W. A. J. M. – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
Innovative initiatives in education often have problems with their sustainability. The present study focuses on three educational innovations that have proved to be sustainable over time. We used a qualitative research approach to study and identify essential features of sustainable educational innovation. Two theoretical frameworks were used to…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, Sustainability, Self Determination, Teacher Attitudes
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Lee, Wing On; Qi, Ji – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
The first two decades of twenty-first century witnessed growing academic enthusiasm over rural migrant families and their children in China. Unlike those who moved to the cities alone in the early stage of migration, nowadays more and more migrants tend to bring their families and children on the move. Recent research unveils the tendency of these…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Migrant Workers, Migrant Children, Identification (Psychology)
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Yan, Fei; Zhong, Zhou; Wang, Haoning; Wen, Qiao – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
In recent years, the Chinese government has launched a national campaign to comprehensively revise history textbook in order to "fully implant socialist core values into youngsters" and ensure their familiarity and identification with "socialism with Chinese characteristics," specifically. Based on in-depth field interviews…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Textbooks, Textbook Content, Curriculum Development
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Lee, Daphnee Hui Lin – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
This paper extends the theorization of identity grafting (Lee 2017), developed to understand individual cultural identity processes that buttress repression, born-again, integrated, and situational strategies to reconcile identity tensions that arise from change in a Chinese context. A qualitative case study approach is employed to examine two…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Teachers, Cultural Influences, Communities of Practice
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Wong, Koon Lin; Haste, Helen; Lee, John Chi-Kin; Kennedy, Kerry John; Chan, Jacqueline Kin-sang – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
Since Hong Kong returned to Chinese sovereignty, national identity building became an important part of school education meeting some resistance in Hong Kong society. In 2012, thousands of school stakeholders protested against the introduction of the 2012 Guide of Moral and National Education (MNE). These conflicts have influenced teachers'…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Self Concept, Nationalism, Teaching Methods
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Yan, Fengqiao – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
The establishment of China's modern academic system was shaped by the interaction of internal (traditional) elements and external (Western) forces. Therefore, China and Western countries display many similarities in their academic systems. As with its Western counterpart, China's modern academic system is characterized by disciplined knowledge,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Practices, Comparative Education, Educational Development
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Ho, Chun Sing Maxwell; Lee, Hui Lin Daphnee – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
Research on financial literacy has focused on the influence of teachers and parents in financial literacy education, which mediates the impact on students' financial behaviour. Much less attention has been given to the influence of traditional Chinese hierarchical culture on a child's identity as a student. This paper applies Lee's (2017) theory…
Descriptors: Positive Attitudes, Money Management, Secondary School Students, Self Concept
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Lee, Daphnee Hui Lin; Halse, Christine Margaret – Journal of Educational Change, 2021
This paper examines the global implications of policy borrowing, employing case examples of Chinese school systems, which enjoy the success of grafting new identities to improve education. The paper comments on contemporary scholars' use of identity grafting theory (Lee in Managing Chineseness: identity and ethnic management in Singapore, Palgrave…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Identification (Psychology), Ethnicity, Educational Change
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Malone, Helen Janc – Journal of Educational Change, 2020
As we look ahead to the next 20 years of educational change, I argue that broader community contexts interplay with students' in-school learning, and thus, we, as an educational change field, ought to examine more deeply the role school-family-community partnerships play in the students' holistic development. This consideration is particularly…
Descriptors: Community Schools, Educational Change, Partnerships in Education, Family School Relationship
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Stoll, Louise – Journal of Educational Change, 2020
Over the years, I've been investigating capacity for learning to understand under what conditions it's seeded, flourishes and is sustainable. Drawing on my own and others' research and knowledge, I've supported school and system leaders internationally in endeavours to create and sustain capacity for learning. My sense is that everyone engaged in…
Descriptors: Capacity Building, Learning Processes, Sustainability, Role of Education
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Skerrett, Allison – Journal of Educational Change, 2020
This article discusses some educational issues introduced by the uprise of transnational students in global educational systems. It demonstrates the relevance of these issues for the field of educational change, in particular, topics of diversity and globalization that are in need of greater attention in the Journal of Educational Change. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Educational Change, Equal Education, Diversity
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