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Angela M. Lyle; Donald J. Peurach – Research in Education, 2024
Historically, teachers had been delegated the primary responsibility for the organization and management of classroom instruction in US public schools. While this delegation afforded teachers professional autonomy in their work, it has also resulted in disparities in students' educational experiences and outcomes within and between classrooms,…
Descriptors: Public School Teachers, Professional Autonomy, Instructional Improvement, Educational Change
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Indra Y. Kiling; Daniela L. A. Boeky; Putri A. Rihi Tugu; Beatriks N. Bunga; Elga Andriana – Research in Education, 2024
Young children's development is a crucial period determining their adult outcomes. Through adversities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, preschool teachers play an essential role in nurturing children's development. This study has the objective to explore preschool teachers' perceptions of their students' development throughout the COVID-19…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Preschool Teachers
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Hanna Lopatina; Natalia Tsybuliak; Anastasiia Popova; Olha Hurenko; Yana Suchikova – Research in Education, 2024
Quality higher education involves making it accessible to students with special needs and disabilities. Therefore, the implementation of inclusive education is a certain indicator of quality among higher education institutions (HEIs). At the same time, faculty members play a fundamental role in promoting inclusive learning environments working…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Higher Education, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Jo Trowsdale; Ursula McKenna; Leslie J. Francis – Research in Education, 2024
"The Imagineerium" is an arts and engineering based curriculum project designed to enhance student confidence in learning. This study reports on the development of the Trowsdale Index of Confidence in Experiential Learning, an instrument designed to conceptualise and operationalise a four-component model of confidence in experiential…
Descriptors: Art Education, Engineering Education, Self Esteem, Student Attitudes
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Andrea Wullschleger; Ariane Rickenbacher; Beat Rechsteiner; Urs Grob; Katharina Maag Merki – Research in Education, 2024
School-external expectations regarding implementation of reforms and innovations often do not lead to successful school improvement processes in schools. To better understand these processes in schools, this paper aims to investigate school improvement processes on a deep level by focusing on cognitive, metacognitive, and motivational regulation…
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Expectation, Principals, Elementary School Teachers
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Catherine Heinemeyer; Matthew Reason; Natalie Quatermass; Natalie Wood; Olalekan Adekola – Research in Education, 2024
Unprecedented global temperatures have brought the question of how to teach sensitive issues of climate change to the fore. In this paper we suggest that a refocusing on adaptation productively shifts the debate to climate justice and practical solutions to building community resilience. The paper examines a practice-led project that sought to…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Climate, Secondary School Students, School Community Relationship
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Smith, Gareth Dylan; Powell, Bryan; Knapp, David – Research in Education, 2023
The pervasive Eurocentric model of music education in the United States is hegemonic, pursuing a model of performance excellence in large ensembles that, by the time young people reach high school, excludes most from music making opportunities in school. Despite numerous efforts to challenge the dominant paradigm since the 1960s, little change has…
Descriptors: Music, Rock Music, Subcultures, Lifelong Learning
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Heffernan, Amanda; Thomson, Pat – Research in Education, 2023
The field of education is in dire need of different ways of thinking about attracting, supporting, and retaining school leaders. We see the idea of punk as a space that may offer some leeway for thinking differently about professionalism for school leaders. In this paper, we draw on thinking about punk subcultures to recognise the ways in which…
Descriptors: Schools, Leadership, Subcultures, Music
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Vass, Greg – Research in Education, 2023
In recent years a suite of policies and practices that are strongly influenced by efforts to make the work of educators and education providers more accountable, have had a powerful impact across the sector in settings such as Australia. In part, this goes some way to explaining why many working in the teaching profession report being dissatisfied…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Accountability, Foreign Countries, Educational Change
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Lee, Austina Frances; Smith, Gareth Dylan – Research in Education, 2023
Capitalism and its offspring, neoliberalism, are omnipresent in modern and postmodern societies. Illich, Giroux, and McLaren, among others, point to the futility and inequity of current models of education that focus on standardization, vocationalism, and conformity. Running counter to these powerful hegemonic systems, critical pedagogues and…
Descriptors: High Schools, Singing, High School Teachers, Altruism
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Romero, Noah; Estellés, Marta; Grant, Wairehu – Research in Education, 2023
This article utilizes looks to punk rock pedagogy or the ways in which countercultural and decolonial ontologies are developed in punk subculture, to theorize Maori-Philippine relations in Aotearoa New Zealand. It uses an agential realist methodology to engage with the creative works of TOOMS, James Roque, and Marianne Infante (three New Zealand…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Decolonization, Historiography, Intergroup Relations
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Stewart, Francis; Way, Laura – Research in Education, 2023
DIY is often viewed as a core element of punk, an aspect that enabled activism against an assumed authority and power (Guerra, 2018; Martin-Iverson, 2017). It is therefore often lauded as a means of engaging with/utilising punk in a pedagogical sense (Bestley, 2017; Cordova, 2016). It should be capable of working in tandem with education in…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Subcultures, Social Bias, Attitudes toward Disabilities
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Rockliffe, Andrew; Mckay, Jane – Research in Education, 2023
In this paper, we present a novel approach to defining, teaching, and assessing creativity by examining its origins and delineating the processes involved. The rationale for introducing this framework developed from studying existing thinking and questioning the current metrics for measuring creativity, which we posit are unfit for purpose. We…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Creative Teaching, Creativity, Learning Processes
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Adhikari, Devendra; Sharma Poudyal, Chandra; Binayek Pasa, Rajan – Research in Education, 2023
The 2015 constitution of Nepal declared Nepal to be a Federal, Democratic, and Republic nation. The constitution has provided local governments the right to manage school education, and the 2017 Local Government Operation Act of Nepal has outlined the roles and responsibilities of local governments in taking guardianship of school education. Since…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Local Government
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Órdenes, Miguel; Treviño, Ernesto; Escribano, Rosario; Carrasco, Diego – Research in Education, 2023
This study drew on Chilean teacher survey responses from TALIS 2018 data on teacher motivation in order to examine the extent to which these data reveal different motivational profiles among Chilean teachers. Also, it explores the influence of those profiles on quality teachers' instruction. As a conceptual scaffold, this article uses Agency…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Surveys, Teacher Motivation, Teacher Attitudes
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