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Shorosh, Sondos; Berkovich, Izhak – Research Papers in Education, 2022
The present study examined the relationship between workgroup emotional climate in schools, teachers' burnout and coping style. Data were collected from 278 teachers in 19 state elementary schools in Israel. Confirming the hypotheses, there was a positive relationship at the individual level between an other-focused negative workgroup emotional…
Descriptors: Public School Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Burnout, Correlation
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Godec, Spela; Archer, Louise; Dawson, Emily – Research Papers in Education, 2022
It is commonly assumed that the reason many young people do not participate in informal STEM education (ISE) is because they lack interest in STEM. This paper draws on survey (n = 1,624) and qualitative data (n = 36) with young people aged 11-14 to examine the ways in which science dispositions, demographic characteristics, 'consumption' of…
Descriptors: Informal Education, STEM Education, Equal Education, Participation
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Hajisoteriou, Christina; Karousiou, Christiana; Angelides, Panayiotis – Research Papers in Education, 2022
The main purpose of this paper is to offer important insights into both immigrant and native students' experiences on interculturalism as well as identifying their inputs regarding the ways in which intercultural school development could occur. Interviews were carried out with 48 children; 24 Cypriots and 24 immigrants from 4 primary schools in…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Student Attitudes, Cultural Pluralism, Immigrants
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Anastasiou, Elena; Hajisoteriou, Christina – Research Papers in Education, 2022
This research study focuses on how teachers experience, negotiate and resolve tensions through the collaboration with other teachers and members of staff and the factors which may influence, support or undermine their role as inclusive teachers. For the purposes of this study, we drew upon Cultural Historical Activity Theory framework to examine…
Descriptors: Educational Cooperation, Teacher Behavior, Inclusion, Teacher Role
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Taylor, Becky; Hodgen, Jeremy; Tereshchenko, Antonina; Gutiérrez, Gabriel – Research Papers in Education, 2022
Attainment grouping is a prevalent yet controversial practice, used in most English schools and on the rise internationally, despite evidence that it is detrimental to the majority of pupils. In England, no data is routinely recorded regarding these practices, and most research on student outcomes depends on a simplistic dichotomy between pupils…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary Schools, English Instruction, Mathematics Instruction
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Azzolini, D.; Campregher, S.; Madia, J. E. – Research Papers in Education, 2022
This paper provides a comparative analysis of the drivers of English Language Competence (ELC) in a representative sample of European adolescents. School factors -- such as English instruction time and English onset -- are found to play an important role, especially in countries whose official languages are more distant from English. However,…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Language Skills, Adolescents, Second Language Instruction
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Muhonen, Heli; Verma, Priti; von Suchodoletz, Antje; Rasku-Puttonen, Helena – Research Papers in Education, 2022
Educational classroom talk is beneficial for children's learning and communicative development (Alexander 2018); however, current research has focused predominantly on classroom talk starting at the primary school level. This study explored types of educational classroom talk between teachers and children as early as in early childhood education…
Descriptors: Child Care Centers, Early Childhood Education, Classroom Communication, Communication Skills
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Helmstad, Glen; Jedemark, Marie – Research Papers in Education, 2022
Sweden has a long tradition of comprehensive upper-secondary education. This began in the early 1970s. It culminated in 1994 with all the programmes having a core curriculum that gave general eligibility to higher education. Conservative and liberal governments have introduced several neoliberal school reforms, which the subsequent social…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary Education, Academic Education, Educational Change
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He, Qingping; Meadows, Michelle; Black, Beth – Research Papers in Education, 2022
A potential negative consequence of high-stakes testing is inappropriate test behaviour involving individuals and/or institutions. Inappropriate test behaviour and test collusion can result in aberrant response patterns and anomalous test scores and invalidate the intended interpretation and use of test results. A variety of statistical techniques…
Descriptors: Statistical Analysis, High Stakes Tests, Scores, Response Style (Tests)
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Janmaat, Jan Germen – Research Papers in Education, 2022
This paper assesses the explanatory power of a perspective arguing that school social segregation enhances social inequalities in political engagement because of the distinct effects that concentrations of adolescents of disadvantaged backgrounds in educational settings generate. It tests this argument with data of the 2000 Civic Education Study…
Descriptors: Social Differences, School Segregation, Power Structure, Political Attitudes
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van Rijt, Jimmy H. M.; Wijnands, Astrid; Coppen, Peter-Arno J. M. – Research Papers in Education, 2022
L1 grammar teaching worldwide often takes the form of traditional grammar teaching with decontextualized parsing exercises and rules of thumb. Some researchers have proposed enriching such forms of grammar teaching by relating traditional grammatical concepts to underlying metaconcepts from linguistic theory. The merits of such an approach have…
Descriptors: Native Language, Grammar, Teaching Methods, Native Language Instruction
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Selwyn, Neil – Research Papers in Education, 2022
Schools now face considerable pressure to be using educational data to inform decision-making and become more efficient. Key to this rise of the 'data-driven' school is the increased use of digital technologies -- with computer-based data processing fuelling hopes for the technology-driven 'smart schooling' and a general 'datafication' of…
Descriptors: Data Use, Decision Making, Computer Uses in Education, Foreign Countries
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Zhou, Xiaochen; Mau, Ada; Jordan, Lucy – Research Papers in Education, 2022
The admission policy for public compulsory schools in China is neighbourhood enrolment which entitles children to attend their assigned local school free of charge, and this policy has been rigorously implemented in recent years to prevent school choice. However, driven by disparities in education provision, parents still find ways to make choices…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Choice, Equal Education, Family Influence
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Shen, Ting; Konstantopoulos, Spyros – Research Papers in Education, 2021
The effectiveness of class size reduction on student performance has been of great research interest and policy debate worldwide. Nevertheless, the evidence has been largely inconclusive partially due to potential bias arising from non-random placement of students and teachers in classrooms of different sizes. This study applied instrumental…
Descriptors: Class Size, Secondary Education, International Assessment, Achievement Tests
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Hartas, Dimitra – Research Papers in Education, 2021
Concerns about mental health difficulties in young people, mid-adolescent girls in particular, are on the rise. Many explanations ranging from peer pressure and bullying, to social media and gender inequality, have been offered for the rise in mental health problems. This study utilised data from the Millennium Cohort Study (Wave 6) to examine…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Well Being, Early Adolescents, Family Relationship
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