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Medegård, Emma; Henrixon, Karolina; Basic, Goran – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
This study presents new knowledge arising from teachers' verbal accounts of successes and obstacles in the organizational and practical work of upper-secondary schools with newly arrived students. The analysis reveals several dimensions contributing to the construction and reconstruction of successes and obstacles in the teachers' accounts.…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Secondary School Teachers, Secondary School Students, Immigrants
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Ng, Chiew Hong; Cheung, Yin Ling – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
The paper draws on two drama series in Asia and demonstrates that studying issues related to gender roles and equality through popular historical Asian drama series is both challenging and fruitful. The present study not only illustrates the complexity involved in studying gender roles and gender equality, but also suggests several teaching…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sex Role, Sex Fairness, Social History
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Üztemur, Servet; Ilgan, Abdurrahman; Sevigen, Emre – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
This study aims to examine in detail the ethical dilemmas faced by private school teachers. The study employed a phenomenological research design. The study group comprised 15 teachers working at private schools in a province located in the southeastern region of Turkey in the 2020-2021 academic year, who were determined by the maximum variation…
Descriptors: Private Schools, Ethics, Phenomenology, Teacher Attitudes
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Land, Nicole – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
This article takes up a question of how early childhood studies and kinesiology might undertake interdisciplinarity together. Working with the provocation of the phrase 'movement belongs to all of us', this article probes the character of three particular interdisciplinary alliances between early childhood studies and kinesiology, asking what…
Descriptors: Kinesiology, Motion, Early Childhood Education, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Rodríguez, Ana María León; Becerra, Absalón Jiménez – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
This article presents an analysis of the links between teacher practice and forced displacement based on a theoretical conceptualization and the narratives of the main actors: teachers and students of the first cycle of two schools in the city of Bogota. We analyze the contexts of the schools and the dynamics of the school scenarios. The research…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Practices, Teacher Attitudes, Student Attitudes
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Bouillet, Dejana; Majcen, Sandra Antulic – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
This study assumes that preventing the risk of social exclusion (RSE) of children, in the context of ECEC, entails guaranteeing ECEC availability and pedagogical practices that provide children with the necessary skills for healthy and successful development. This can be achieved by strengthening the protective factors in the child's surroundings.…
Descriptors: Social Isolation, Early Childhood Education, Child Care, Foreign Countries
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Jacobs, Rachael Frances – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
Initial teacher education programs regularly engage students in service-learning programs, providing an additional pathway to personal, professional and pedagogical transformation in their learning journey. One of those pathways is through service-learning placements in community arts projects. This paper reports on a study of arts-based…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Service Learning, Educational Experience, Transformative Learning
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Ferreira, Marco; Reis-Jorge, José – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
Successful inclusive education requires school transformations and changes to the education system. In Portugal new legislation passed in 2018 (Decree-law 54/2018) brought a new perspective in inclusive education for all educational agents. Three years later, it is essential that the legislation is evaluated by the teachers implementing it.…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Educational Change, Educational Legislation, Elementary School Teachers
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Slezáková, Katarína; Kissová, Lenka; Felcmanová, Lenka – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
Since the mid-2010s, Czech Republic has been implementing inclusive education measures on a wide scale. Five stages of supportive measures have been introduced, including the assignment of teaching assistants (TAs) for students with special educational needs. In the four years since the main reform, the assignment of TAs has become the most…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Assistants, Educational Policy, Educational Practices
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Svoboda, Zdenek; Dvorák, Dominik; Zilcher, Ladislav; Šmíd, Jan; Kucerová, Silvie R. – Journal of Pedagogy, 2022
Czech parents place particular emphasis on ensuring the overall quality of life of their child when choosing a school. Our study shows how rural state schools understand this demand. A mixed approach was used in our research. In the first step, administrative data from all schools in municipalities with a population of up to 3,000 was used to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Rural Schools, School Choice, Quality of Life
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Constantia, Charalampous; Christos, Papademetriou – Journal of Pedagogy, 2021
This paper aims at examining the institutional framework within which Special Units (SUs) in Cypriot secondary education operate. The establishment of SU targets to facilitate the education of pupils defined as having special educational needs (SEN) in mainstream schools, and their operation is governed by the 1999 law and subsequent amending acts…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Legislation, Secondary School Students, Special Education
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Flick-Takács, Nikolett – Journal of Pedagogy, 2021
Lifelong learning (LLL) became a basis for education policies in the 21st century. The GLLI (Global Lifelong Learning Index) ranks countries based on their performance in LLL (Kim, 2016). The present paper aims to compare a successful country (Germany) with a mid-performing country (Hungary) in two ways: (1) by comparing the two countries'…
Descriptors: Lifelong Learning, Student Attitudes, Educational Attitudes, Preservice Teachers
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Chimbi, Godsend Tawanda; Jita, Loyiso C. – Journal of Pedagogy, 2021
Globally, pedagogical reform policy seeks to give space to learners' voices. But teachers often struggle to engage learners in knowledge construction, deconstruction and reconstruction; as advocated by official curriculum reform policy. Aligning classroom practice to pedagogical-reform policy remains an uphill struggle for most teachers. This…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Teacher Attitudes, Educational Policy, Educational Change
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Fensham-Smith, Amber Joy – Journal of Pedagogy, 2021
Home-schooling, or 'elective home education' (EHE) as it is more commonly known in the UK, invites contestation and controversies. Drawing on a UK-wide study of 242 families this paper explores a collection of EHE pedagogic practices within the socially situated contexts of doing everyday life. Through an application of Bernsteinian ideas, the…
Descriptors: Home Schooling, Teaching Methods, Social Environment, Personal Autonomy
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Gaudreau, Joëlle; Brabant, Christine – Journal of Pedagogy, 2021
To better understand the experience of unschooling, non-directive in-depth interviews with five Quebec adults who had experienced it were conducted according to a phenomenological approach, revealing their perceptions of their educational experiences and their families, as well as their views of the world. Certain aspects of the testimonies…
Descriptors: Adults, Educational Experience, Phenomenology, Independent Study
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