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Urbanska, Magdalena; Charzynski, Przemyslaw; Gadsby, Helen; Novák, Tibor József; Sahin, Salih; Yilmaz, Monica Denise – Education Sciences, 2022
Teaching geography creates an opportunity for the transfer of knowledge about environmental problems and ways of solving them. Teachers from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Turkey, and the United Kingdom indicated strengths and weaknesses of physical geography as well as the selected geographical concepts of: Maps/Cartography,…
Descriptors: Geography Instruction, Instructional Effectiveness, Teaching Methods, Environmental Education
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Ramos-Rodríguez, Elisabeth; Fernández-Ahumada, Elvira; Morales-Soto, Astrid – Education Sciences, 2022
A concern in Mathematics Education is the professional development of the teacher and to promote effective training programs. The literature provides principles guiding the design of such programs, which were considered for an instruction intended to strengthen the teacher's practice in relation to the development of mathematical skills. The…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Faculty Development, Mathematical Models, Mathematics Teachers
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Keramati, Mohammad Reza; Gillies, Robyn M. – Education Sciences, 2022
Cooperative learning (CL) is a teaching and learning pedagogy that has been used widely in school but there is limited information on instructors' perceptions of CL nor observations of how CL is implemented in higher education settings. In this study, we used an interpretative-qualitative approach to investigate the advantages and challenges of…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Affordances, Barriers, Cultural Differences
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Benalcázar, Marco E.; Barona, Lorena; Valdivieso, Ángel Leonardo; Vimos, Victor Hugo; Velastegui, Daniel; Santacruz, Cesar J. – Education Sciences, 2022
The mobility restrictions imposed in different countries due to the pandemic of Sars-CoV2 has hugely impacted different areas in the world. In this work, impacts on the social areas of Ecuadorian university students such as education, economy, physical and mental health, and access to telecommunications are analyzed. For this work, in a snapshot…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Context Effect, College Students
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Maker, C. June – Education Sciences, 2022
In the 21st-century context, problem solving, creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication are the most valued skills in the workplace. Thus, those in positions often labeled as "leadership" need to make a valuable shift: to "guiding," "inspiring," and "facilitating" rather than directing.…
Descriptors: 21st Century Skills, Leadership Styles, Leadership Effectiveness, Role Models
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Fobel, Lea; Kolleck, Nina – Education Sciences, 2022
(1) Background: The equality of life chances in Germany is often assessed along the lines of a west/east and urban/rural differentiation in which the latter usually perform worse. One currently popular proposal for addressing these inequalities is to strengthen cultural and arts education. The question arises to what extent regional…
Descriptors: Regional Characteristics, Differences, Access to Education, Participation
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Gutiérrez-Villar, Belén; Alcaide-Pulido, Purificación; Carbonero-Ruz, Mariano – Education Sciences, 2022
Today, the higher education sector can be considered a market and, within it, private university education is a common marketable service in the literature on higher education management. Research on the analysis of the variables that generate the university image has been the subject of numerous investigations. Although there is no generally…
Descriptors: Colleges, Institutional Characteristics, Reputation, Private Colleges
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Tengler, Karin; Kastner-Hauler, Oliver; Sabitzer, Barbara; Lavicza, Zsolt – Education Sciences, 2022
Robotics is needed as education keeps up with challenges students are facing in a technological environment. A long-term research project focuses on developing a feasible robotics-based learning environment that enables primary school teachers to introduce computer science education. This paper shows educational robotics combining storytelling to…
Descriptors: Robotics, Elementary School Students, Grade 3, Grade 4
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Hadzigeorgiou, Yannis – Education Sciences, 2022
This paper focuses on the potential of storytelling as a means of influencing students to become engaged with science and to choose a career in a STEM field. Given the role that leaders can play in motivating and influencing people and considering Nikola Tesla a leader in the fields of electrical engineering and science, the paper identifies…
Descriptors: Biographies, Scientists, Learner Engagement, Story Telling
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Burrows, Andrea C.; Borowczak, Mike; Mugayitoglu, Bekir – Education Sciences, 2022
Computer science, cybersecurity education, and microcredentials are becoming more pervasive in all levels of the educational system. The purpose of this study was partnering with precollegiate teachers: (1) to investigate the self-efficacy of 30 precollegiate teacher participants towards computer science before, during, and after three iterations…
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Computer Security, Coding, Partnerships in Education
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Preusche, Zuzanna M.; Göbel, Kerstin – Education Sciences, 2022
In the course of their acculturation process, minority students need to negotiate the adaption to the host society's culture and the maintenance of the culture of their country of origin. This identity construction is complex and may encompass contradicting and competing goals. The adjustment to school is seen as a relevant acculturation marker.…
Descriptors: Biculturalism, Self Concept, Learner Engagement, Emotional Response
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Simonson, Shawn R. – Education Sciences, 2022
Environmental Physiology at Boise State University, Idaho, is a multidisciplinary course that expands students' understanding of human regulatory physiology through acute and chronic responses to environmental extremes. Students explore the physics (pressure, fluid dynamics, gas laws, sound, and light) of the underwater environment, marine flora…
Descriptors: Physiology, State Universities, Teaching Methods, Self Control
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Havelková, Veronika; Jancarik, Antonín – Education Sciences, 2022
In 2020, the global pandemic of COVID-19 significantly affected most human activities, including education. Many countries took anti-epidemic measures to reduce or eliminate the pandemic, which often included reduction or cancellation of full-time face-to-face school education. This, of course, went hand in hand with a number of technical,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Secondary School Teachers
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Mathis, Bryan J.; Mayers, Thomas; Miyamasu, Flaminia – Education Sciences, 2022
Recently, Japanese medical students are expected to acquire a high degree of English proficiency with the tacit understanding that it will feature in their future profession through interactions with non-Japanese patients and/or engagement with medical research. However, to the best of our knowledge, the motivation of Japanese medical students to…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Learning Motivation, Vocational English (Second Language)
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Lampley, Sandra A.; Dyess, Sarah Roller; Benfield, Michael P. J.; Davis, Andrew M.; Gholston, Sampson E.; Dillihunt, Monica L.; Turner, Matthew W. – Education Sciences, 2022
There is a demand for more STEM professionals. Early elementary students' conceptions about engineering can influence whether or not they explore STEM career paths and ultimately select an engineering career. This study examined the conceptions elementary students have regarding the work that engineers perform. The research questions were the…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Engineering Education, Engineering, Technical Occupations
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