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Athina Roka; Aspasia Dania; Nektarios Stavrou; Nikolaos Digelidis – Open Education Studies, 2024
This study sought to propose the Undesirable Behavior Strategies Questionnaire--Physical Education (UBSQ-PE), based on Doyle, W. (1977). Paradigms for research on teacher effectiveness. "Review of Research in Education," 5(1), 163-198. classroom ecology paradigm, and validate its use within Physical Education. 289 physical educators…
Descriptors: Test Validity, Behavior Problems, Questionnaires, Physical Education Teachers
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Azizeh Pashaei; Mohammad Hassani; Behnaz Mohajeran; Kiumars Shahbazi – Open Education Studies, 2024
Adequate financial decision-making necessitates a solid foundation in financial literacy and comprehension of its principles. This is particularly crucial for students, as their financial and behavioral choices can significantly impact their future financial and career prospects. Consequently, the present study aimed to explore the causal links…
Descriptors: Economics Education, Decision Making, Entrepreneurship, Intention
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Kristina Scott; Leigh Rohde – Open Education Studies, 2024
Student engagement is a complex measurement that can be viewed through behavioral, emotional, and cognitive constructs. Authentic intellectual engagement requires more than task compliance and requires teachers to make decisions and moves to promote engagement. Pre-service teachers need to have these teacher decisions deconstructed and explicitly…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Preservice Teachers, Direct Instruction, Observation
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Maria Klar; Josef Buchner; Michael Kerres – Open Education Studies, 2024
Metacognitive activities are reported to improve learning but prompts to support metacognition have only been investigated with mixed results. In the present study, metacognitive prompts for confidence judgments were implemented in a learning platform to provide more insights into their effectiveness and their limits. Comparing the prompted group…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Prompting, Self Management, Performance
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Astri Setiamurti; Farida Kurniawati – Open Education Studies, 2024
Several studies have stressed the necessity of fostering students' creativity in the twenty-first -century learning process, particularly at the higher educational level. This study synthesized the characteristics (country, study population, and field of education/subject), methods, and theoretical ground used to foster students' creativity in…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Creativity, Creative Development, Educational Research
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Georgios Lampropoulos; Wilfried Admiraal – Open Education Studies, 2024
This study aims to explore primary school students' perspectives of emergency remote teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic and their preferences when comparing it with face-to-face learning. Data from 114 Greek primary students showed that students did not find online learning particularly intriguing, enjoyable, and interactive and…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Electronic Learning, Student Attitudes, Elementary School Students
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Irena Budínová – Open Education Studies, 2024
The article discusses the risks involved in identifying gifted students in mathematics in the school environment. Although the theory of gifted students is widespread and available today, school practice shows many cases of gifted students who have not been identified in the school environment. The reasons for this are various. The article will…
Descriptors: Risk, Gifted Education, Mathematics Education, Identification
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Gawie Schlebusch; Sithulisiwe Bhebhe; Luzaan Schlebusch – Open Education Studies, 2024
The integration of digital technology into the practices of teacher education is expected to become the norm in the Fourth Industrial Revolution era. This study sought to determine how lecturers integrate technology into teacher education in two Southern African universities (one in South Africa and one in the Kingdom of Eswatini). In this study,…
Descriptors: Technology Integration, Educational Practices, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Assel Akhmetova; Zhanat Karmanova; Shnar Demissenova; Nurgul Sadvakassova; Kanat Koshkumbaev – Open Education Studies, 2024
The model for implementing pedagogical technologies to the develop cognitive processes of secondary education students is highly significant in the present era. The purpose of the study is to substantiate and practically test some pedagogical technologies used in the process of secondary education. To investigate this issue in more detail,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary Schools, Grade 7, History
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Sergio Francisco Sargo Ferreira Lopes; Jorge Manuel de Azevedo Pereira Simões; Justino Marco Ronda Lourenço; José Carlos Pereira de Morais – Open Education Studies, 2024
The increase in digital teaching and learning methodologies creates the opportunity for new educational approaches, both in terms of pedagogical practice and in the availability of new technological tools. The flipped classroom as an active teaching methodology is one example of blended learning (b-learning), which aims to harmonize and enhance…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Student Attitudes, Flipped Classroom
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Damira Belessova; Almira Ibashova; Aziza Zhidebayeva; Guldana Shaimerdenova; Venera Nakhipova – Open Education Studies, 2024
This study aimed to investigate the impact of the Scratch programming environment on student engagement and academic performance in primary informatics education. The research was conducted over three academic years (2020-2023) in educational organizations (ADAN and Navoiy schools) involving 170 first and third-grade students. The Student…
Descriptors: Programming, Learner Engagement, Academic Achievement, Elementary School Students
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Sulaf Alazzam; Mohammad AlEeassa; Mahmoud Alquraan; Ayat Almughrabi – Open Education Studies, 2024
The current study aimed to examine the structural relationships between pre-service science teachers' intention to teach and perceptions of the nature of science (NOS) and attitudes toward teaching science. The sample consisted of 206 pre-service science teachers from a major university in the United Arab Emirates who have bachelor's degrees in…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Science Teachers, Intention, Scientific Principles
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Rawad Chaker; Mira Hajj-Hassan; Sacha Ozanne – Open Education Studies, 2024
Continuing education offers healthcare professionals the opportunity to adapt to the many changes in society and to improve their skills and knowledge to provide optimal care for patients. As technology evolves, healthcare workers can benefit from virtual peer-to-peer and mentor interactions with digital technology as a platform for continuing…
Descriptors: Health Personnel, Continuing Education, Professional Development, Distance Education
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Silvia Rogošic; Branislava Baranovic – Open Education Studies, 2024
The research aims to determine whether and to what extent teacher education curricula in Croatia are gender sensitive and to examine the status of courses dealing with gender-related topics. For this purpose, a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the seven teacher education curricula was conducted. The analysis was based on Bernstein's theory…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sex, Sensitivity Training, Teacher Education
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Ana Mirosavljevic; Branko Bognar; Marija Sablic – Open Education Studies, 2024
The aim of this case study is to present the most frequent teaching methods used by biology teachers in the Republic of Croatia, based on the observations made during biology class and the teachers' statements. The study included six distinguished primary school biology teachers, along with their seventh-grade classes. The data comprised an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Grade 7, Biology, Elementary School Teachers
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