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Fiona Price – London Review of Education, 2024
The internationalisation of higher education presents an increasingly urgent need to explore how universities can become more welcoming places for all students. Top-down implementation of widening participation and the inclusion of a more diverse and less prepared student population in higher education have led to social and academic exclusion,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Social Justice, Inclusion
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Senior, Lynn; Barnes, Neil – London Review of Education, 2023
This article reviews the impact of further education (FE) colleges -- in particular, mixed economy colleges -- on the surrounding environment and community, and attempts to answer the question of whether the mixed economy college can still be considered an anchor in the community. A mixed methods small-scale case study of a medium-sized mixed…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Colleges, Economic Factors, School Community Relationship
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Coles, Alf; Helliwell, Tracy – London Review of Education, 2023
The world is in a period of rapid change. Climate chaos is leading to floods, droughts and exacerbating inequality. In this article, we ask, in such a context, what is the role of mathematics education and, in particular, what can mathematics teacher educators (MTEs) do in supporting teachers to respond to global challenges, and the associated…
Descriptors: Teacher Role, Mathematics Teachers, Teacher Educators, Social Problems
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Draugedalen, Kjersti – London Review of Education, 2023
Sexual abuse of children is a growing public health issue, with a substantial proportion of such abuse carried out by other children and young people. Schools and teachers are uniquely placed to prevent and intervene against harmful sexual behaviour (HSB) among children and young people. Yet, for schools to safeguard effectively, they are reliant…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Teacher Role, Power Structure
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Chung, Jennifer – London Review of Education, 2023
Finnish education has received worldwide attention due to the country's performances in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). Research investigating Finland's positive outcomes in the assessment has highlighted not only the strength of teachers, but also the rigour of Finnish teacher education. Finnish student teachers must…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, International Assessment, Achievement Tests, Secondary School Students
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Purves, Ross M.; Pulsford, Mark; Morris, Rebecca – London Review of Education, 2023
This article explores the experiences of those who lead undergraduate education-related programmes in further education (FE) colleges in England. Questionnaire and interview fieldwork with 14 further education-based programme leaders were supplemented by a comparison survey of equivalent professionals from higher education institutions (HEIs).…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Study, Adult Education, Foreign Countries, Lifelong Learning
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Holligan, Chris; Shah, Qasir – London Review of Education, 2023
Academic entrepreneurial behaviours are increasingly a research field paralleling processes of capitalist commodification. We mobilise Baudrillard's concepts to probe a school's strategic communication methods symbolising class neoliberalism, which aspirational parents may experience as a desired habitus of 'distinction'. We suggest their…
Descriptors: Social Class, Neoliberalism, Foreign Countries, Entrepreneurship
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Wood, Margaret; Belluigi, Dina Zoe; Su, Feng; Seidl, Eva – London Review of Education, 2023
Higher education has been (re)shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic in ways which have left both indelible and invisible marks of that period. Drawing on relevant literature, and informed by an exchange catalysed through a visual narrative method, authors from four European universities engage with two reflective questions in this article: As academics,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Educational Practices, Educational Change
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Menzies, Loic – London Review of Education, 2023
Teacher turnover is a long-standing and worsening problem for schools in England. Strategies to reduce turnover have been extensively researched; however, in England, fewer studies have engaged with how turnover affects students and staff, or how this impact can be mitigated. This article synthesises research suggesting that the negative impact of…
Descriptors: Faculty Mobility, Labor Turnover, Educational Strategies, Teacher Persistence
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Hanna, Helen – London Review of Education, 2023
This article provides a critical qualitative review of 26 English-language journal articles from multiple countries that focus on research and practice among pre-service teachers, and their beliefs about, and experiences of, teaching migrant learners. The findings are organised around two themes. First, the review reveals that student teachers are…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Student Teachers, Empathy
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Lesnefsky, Rebecca R.; Kirk, Eric A.; Yeldell, Jasmyne; Sadler, Troy D.; Ke, Li – London Review of Education, 2023
Justice-centred science pedagogy has been suggested as an effective framework for supporting teachers in bringing in culturally relevant pedagogy to their science classrooms; however, limited instructional tools exist that introduce social dimensions of science in ways teachers feel confident navigating. In this article, we add to the…
Descriptors: Science and Society, Science Instruction, Culturally Relevant Education, Critical Theory
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Polovko, Olena; Glotov, Sergei – London Review of Education, 2023
On 24 February 2022, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, which is now in its second year. The invasion disrupted higher education institutions across the country and forced both staff and students to adapt to the new reality. This article focuses on the experiences of university students to understand how their educational process…
Descriptors: War, Higher Education, Educational Experience, Personal Narratives
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Boylan, Mark; Truelove, Lynne; Pearse, Sally; O'Brien, Sue; Sheehan, Helen; Cowell, Tony; Long, Eleanor – London Review of Education, 2023
Trauma-informed practice in education is an area of growing interest in England and internationally. Embracing trauma-informed practice in schools requires trauma and related content to be included in teacher education. Over a period of eight years, a short course was developed and incorporated into the teacher preparation programmes at a large…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Trauma Informed Approach, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Educators
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Harrop, Harry; Hoppitt, Stephanie – London Review of Education, 2023
A sense of belonging and feeling at home at their institution are key factors in student success at university. Engaging with extracurricular activities is part of this dynamic, and an area in which 'international' students face additional barriers. These include institutional and psychological barriers to belonging, resulting in a shortage of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Foreign Students, Learner Engagement
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Huang, Zhuo Min; Cockayne, Heather – London Review of Education, 2023
Searching for belonging is the transformative individual process of developing connections, making homes and hoping in the ecologies of a community. Belongingness influences academic performance, confidence and well-being. Therefore, understanding how students embody and search for belongingness in their higher education experience provides…
Descriptors: Sense of Community, Photography, Student Experience, Foreign Countries
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