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Asempapa, Bridget; Asempapa, Reuben S. – SAGE Open, 2019
This study provides the development phases and initial psychometric evaluation of the Integrated Care Competency Scale (ICCS) with sample (n = 243). Specifically, quantitative methods with graduate counseling students were used in this study. The ICCS through a three-phase study process was honed to 65 items and broadly assesses graduate…
Descriptors: Test Construction, Content Validity, Test Reliability, Psychometrics
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Xie, Qing; Chen, Jie – SAGE Open, 2019
This study investigates the communication and learning needs of Master of Business Administration (MBA) business English students and their perceptions of effective curriculum design. The research instruments are two-stage surveys of 99 MBA students from a public university in China. The results of the study show that English is not extensively…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Business Administration Education, Curriculum Design, English (Second Language)
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Fazilatfar, Ali M.; Elhambakhsh, S. E.; Allami, Hamid – SAGE Open, 2018
Plagiarism in ESL and EFL learning contexts has become a topic engaging many researchers in a hot debate in recent years. Comparisons of student-generated texts with their source texts have shown that students rely amply on source texts in their writings, using copying as a major strategy. The students themselves relate these problems to their…
Descriptors: Citations (References), Plagiarism, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Chiware, Elisha R. T.; Becker, Deborah – SAGE Open, 2018
This study reports on an analysis of the use of conference proceedings by postgraduate students at master's and doctoral levels in the field of information technology and systems at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) over a period of 10 years. The analysis was based on master's theses and doctoral dissertations submitted by the…
Descriptors: Citations (References), Conferences (Gatherings), Graduate Students, Information Technology
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Fedock, Barbara – SAGE Open, 2017
Online doctoral students from different cross-cultural generations may disconnect when dissertation chairs fail to understand how students' worldviews impact doctoral students during the dissertation-writing process. Because of the changing needs of digitally connected Generation Z students who will enter online doctoral programs by the mid-2020s,…
Descriptors: Department Heads, Administrator Attitudes, Mentors, Graduate Students
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Holden, Gary; Barker, Kathleen; Kuppens, Sofie; Rosenberg, Gary – SAGE Open, 2017
The Evaluation Self-Efficacy (ESE) scale was designed as an outcome measure for evaluation research courses in social work. A revised version of the Social Cognitive Theory-based ESE (ESE-II) was developed and evaluated in the current study including both new and revised items. The ESE-II was evaluated in a final sample of 168 masters level…
Descriptors: Social Work, Counselor Training, Outcomes of Education, Self Efficacy
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Angelini, M. Laura – SAGE Open, 2016
In a postgraduate course for teachers of English as a foreign language in secondary school, teacher trainees were introduced to simulations through the use of flipped learning and simulation design. The objective of the present fieldwork was to determine whether designing simulation scenarios based on literature which delves into human rights was…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Teaching Methods, Language Teachers, English (Second Language)
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Mutepa, Raphael M. – SAGE Open, 2016
The study depicts the procedure of writing a constructivist dissertation by reporting side by side the story of HIV-infected African American women's reproductive health decision-making. The context of these women served as the framework from which the dissertation was written. The article describes how these women and their stakeholders…
Descriptors: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), African Americans, Females, Constructivism (Learning)
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Mukeredzi, Tabitha Grace – SAGE Open, 2016
Recruitment of professionally unqualified teachers into teaching appears to be internationally acclaimed to address shortages in rural schools. Nevertheless, teachers with limited knowledge are linked to lower quality education and student achievements. Relatively little attention has been given to professional needs of unqualified teachers in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Rural Schools, Educational Needs, Graduate Students
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Lepp, Liina; Remmik, Marvi; Leijen, Äli; Leijen, Djuddah A. J. – SAGE Open, 2016
We explored doctoral supervisors' explanations for students' lack of progress toward gaining their degree and describe the activities that supervisors said they take on such occasions. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews from 21 supervisors specializing in the fields of natural and educational sciences and then analyzed using…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Graduate Students, Student Research, Supervisors
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Danesh, Tayebeh; Farvardin, Mohammad Taghi – SAGE Open, 2016
This quasi-experimental study examined the effects of different glossing conditions on English as a foreign language (EFL) learners' vocabulary recall. To this end, five glossing conditions were adopted (i.e., inference-gloss-gloss, gloss-retrieval-gloss, inference-gloss-retrieval-gloss, gloss-retrieval-gloss-retrieval, and full glossing). The…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Vocabulary Development
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Shadding, Cherilynn R.; Whittington, Dawayne; Wallace, Latricia E.; Wandu, Wambul S.; Wilson, Richard K. – SAGE Open, 2016
The paucity of underrepresented minorities (URMs) earning science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees remains an issue in revitalizing the U.S. biomedical workforce. Due to reductions in federal funding, maintaining the integrity of programs that focus on URM retention and recruitment is crucial. We present data on the…
Descriptors: Cost Effectiveness, Summer Programs, Student Recruitment, Undergraduate Students
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Dakduk, Silvana; Malavé, José; Torres, Carmen Cecilia; Montesinos, Hugo; Michelena, Laura – SAGE Open, 2016
This paper reports a review of studies on admission criteria for MBA programs. The method consisted in a literary review based on a systematic search in international databases (Emerald, ABI/INFORM Global, ProQuest Education Journals, ProQuest European Business, ProQuest Science Journal, ProQuest Research Library, ProQuest Psychology Journals,…
Descriptors: Admission Criteria, Masters Programs, Business Administration Education, Grade Point Average
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Lee, Othelia Eun-Kyoung; Priester, Mary Ann – SAGE Open, 2016
This study describes the use of guided learning activities that exposed aspiring helping professionals to the challenges and discrimination experienced by individuals living in poverty. Pretest/posttest and qualitative analysis of participants' reactions to a Poverty Simulation and a Bridges Out of Poverty Workshop were analyzed to explore…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Poverty, Learning Activities, Simulation
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Alpert, Frank – SAGE Open, 2016
Today, the lecture class as a format for higher education is under attack more than ever. This article addresses the research question of how lectures can be modernized and revitalized through new uses of digital technology--in particular, video. Critics of lecturing have for a long time observed that lecture classes can be weak on student…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Lecture Method, College Instruction
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