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Knipe, Sally – Education and Society, 2023
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic governments across the world closed schools, forcing billions of students to undertake their education remotely. Despite the attention this situation received, learning at a geographical distance from the teacher is not a new form of schooling. Distance learning, or distance education as it is also known,…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Electronic Learning, Technology Uses in Education, COVID-19
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Zaretsky, Racheli; Iluz, Shira; Klein, Joseph – Education and Society, 2023
This study examined work contexts of lecturers in Israeli academic teacher training colleges in which they perform emotional labor. This study, employing qualitative method and open-ended questionnaires, and participants included 29 lecturers. Thematic content analyses suggest a three concentric circles model of emotional labor in lecturer-student…
Descriptors: Emotional Experience, Teacher Student Relationship, Foreign Countries, Teacher Education
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Samuels, William Ellery; Tournaki, Nelly; Sacks, Stanley; Blackman, Sheldon; Sacks, JoAnn; Byalin, Kenneth; Peterford, Theresa – Education and Society, 2023
Teacher-student interactions are at the core of formal learning experiences. Since these interactions can be affected by ways in which the teacher or student perceive themselves to be similar, we investigated the effects of racial/ethnic and gender similarities on the type and frequency of disciplinary incidents adolescents were involved in at one…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Gender Differences, Discipline, Learning Experience
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Rubbi Nunan, Julie Shantone – Education and Society, 2023
Students' challenging behaviour is a persisting problem in some primary schools. In South African primary schools, however, students' challenging behaviour is mainly understood as disruptive classroom behaviour. To establish how primary schools experience this phenomenon, interviews were held with twenty-one participants, purposively selected from…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Behavior, Behavior Problems, Elementary School Students
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Mashiach, Amir; Davidovich, Nitza – Education and Society, 2023
The modern era allows a reexamination of parental involvement in their children's education as a function of family size. Israel encourages childbirth. 'Children are joy' -- Indeed? Is this merely a sectorial-religious outlook? Is this outlook relevant in an era when the dominant values are the individual and excellence? This article presents a…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Family Size, Foreign Countries, Attention
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Wagner, Paul A. – Education and Society, 2022
State educational standards prescribing curricular and instructional objectives reveal much about the nation's lack of consensual understanding of patriotism. For example, many state standards finally encourage a non-committal arms-length approach to the study of American ideals in government and tradition. Yet, if students are to understand the…
Descriptors: State Standards, Patriotism, State Policy, Teaching Methods
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Bryant, James – Education and Society, 2022
As the smoke cleared from around the United States Capitol in January, the phrase "conspiracy theory" quickly became an epithet. However, history shows us that conspiracies do exist and have altered the course of history. Citizens, therefore, need the skills and dispositions to examine and intelligently assess the merits of conspiracies.…
Descriptors: Beliefs, Misconceptions, Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills
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Caudal, Sandra – Education and Society, 2022
The current teacher shortages in Australia are crippling the education sector. Schools have great difficulties in recruiting teachers and retaining the existing workforce. An unmanageable workload is to blame for teacher attrition as well as unsafe working conditions, high stress and burnout. The only way out of this crisis is a significant…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Teachers, Teacher Shortage, Faculty Mobility
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Soylu, Ayse; Sever, Mustafa – Education and Society, 2022
This paper primarily seeks to explore how mothering practices in different social classes reflect on the schooling experiences of students. We particularly focus on the desire for mothering towards educational success. We draw on Lareau's (2003) theory on "concerted cultivation" and "natural growth" to understand the…
Descriptors: Success, Mothers, Socioeconomic Status, Parent Background
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Bellia, Andrea – Education and Society, 2022
In this article I wish to demonstrate the value of a quality relationship and good communication in the therapeutic process of counselling and psychotherapy. From the very first session, it is important to establish a trusting interaction between the client and the therapist in order to achieve a correct assessment and to establish a meaningful…
Descriptors: Psychotherapy, Counseling Effectiveness, Counselor Client Relationship, Trust (Psychology)
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Heled, Einat; Ukrop, Shay; Davidovitch, Nitza – Education and Society, 2022
The concept of professional identity is attributed to both personal and group levels. The school counseling profession lack clear definition jeopardized the development of counselors' professional identity. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to elucidate school counseling professional identity by testing the relation between personal and…
Descriptors: School Counseling, School Counselors, Professional Identity, Identification (Psychology)
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Maadad, Nina; Yu, Marizon – Education and Society, 2022
This article explores the education experiences of Syrian and Iraqi refugee children, specifically girls, enrolled in high schools in Australia, Lebanon and Sweden. Symbolic interactionism frames the analysis of in-depth interviews, demonstrating the adolescent girls' ability to take perspectives on their home environment, school, community and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Females, High School Students
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Hesterman, Sandra; Girak, Susan – Education and Society, 2022
In Western Australia ("WA"), teachers are required to undertake 100 hours of professional learning (PL) to maintain their registration. REmida WA Creative Reuse Centre offers Reggio-inspired "100 Languages" workshops as part of its PL programme, thus enabling interested teachers to attain the necessary hours. The purpose of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Motivation, Needs, Teachers
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Faure, Karine Millon; Assude, Teresa; Gobert, Julie; Winder, Claire Guille-Biel – Education and Society, 2022
This article examines a homework assistance scheme implemented in French secondary schools since 2017, and more specifically the characteristics of the staff members who supervise these sessions. The present study highlights considerable diversity both in the practices observed, but also in the types of knowledge and beliefs held by the homework…
Descriptors: Homework, Help Seeking, Foreign Countries, Secondary School Students
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Zadora, Anna – Education and Society, 2022
The teaching of history is connected to sensitive issues, which provoke social divisions and debates and which do not have scientific consensus. Sensitivity is explained by the social missions of history teaching: to catalyse the construction of identity, to build a border between "us" and "the other - the stranger". The…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Foreign Countries, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Teacher Attitudes
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