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Niedlich, Sebastian; Kallfaß, Annika; Pohle, Silvana; Bormann, Inka – Review of Education, 2021
Trust is considered to be a crucial element of social cohesion. At the same time, as research has shown, education can be understood as an important precondition of trust. Furthermore, contextual conditions are important for the development of trust. In spite of this, the role of trust in the multi-level education system has been scarcely…
Descriptors: Trust (Psychology), Group Unity, Models, Governance
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van der Pluijm, Martine; Lusse, Mariette; van Gelderen, Amos; Kessels, Joseph – Review of Education, 2021
Parental support is critical for young children's language and literacy development. It is important that teachers are aware of this parental role. Particularly in the case of lower-educated parents, teachers can improve their education when they engage parents in partnerships to support young children's language development. These parents are…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Parent School Relationship, Parent Role, Parent Child Relationship
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Goksu, Idris; Islam Bolat, Yusuf – Review of Education, 2021
In this meta-analysis, the aim is to determine the overall effect of the ARCS (attention, relevance, confidence, satisfaction) model of motivation on students' academic achievement, motivation, attention, relevance, confidence and satisfaction. Additionally, the effect of the model is analysed according to the learning environment in which the…
Descriptors: Models, Student Motivation, Academic Achievement, Attention
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Moore, Robyn – Review of Education, 2021
Although multiculturalism replaced the White Australia Policy in the 1970s, the Australian nation continues to be imagined predominantly as a White space from which Aborigines, Torres Strait Islanders and peoples of non-White immigrant heritage are excluded. Whereas White people's positioning as Australian is secure and taken for granted,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, Textbook Content, Textbook Bias
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Fackler, Sina; Sammons, Pamela; Malmberg, Lars-Erik – Review of Education, 2021
Going beyond previous studies, we investigated differential effects of teacher self-efficacy (TSE) across the three basic dimensions of educational equality in student engagement, instructional strategies and classroom management in East and South-East Asian, Anglo-Saxon and Nordic country clusters in a cross-cultural analysis. It was found that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Education, Cross Cultural Studies, Predictor Variables
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Hobbiss, Michael; Sims, Sam; Allen, Rebecca – Review of Education, 2021
Teachers become rapidly more effective during the early years of their career but tend to improve increasingly slowly thereafter. This article reviews and synthesises converging evidence from neuroscience, psychology, economics and education suggesting that teachers' rate of growth slows because their practice becomes habitual. First, we review…
Descriptors: Habit Formation, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Improvement, Neurosciences
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Anwar, Saira; Menekse, Muhsin – Review of Education, 2021
Prior research studies have extensively used different classroom observation protocols to identify the characteristics of the lecture and instructional methods used by course instructors, to observe student and instructor behaviours, to evaluate the fidelity of certain implementations, and to understand classroom dynamics. This systematic review…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Classroom Observation Techniques, STEM Education, Teaching Methods
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Armstrong, Paul Wilfred; Brown, Chris; Chapman, Christopher James – Review of Education, 2021
In recent years school-to-school collaboration in the English context has been promoted by a myriad of policy initiatives. Many of these initiatives have been directed at structural reforms seeking to facilitate a 'self-improving system' in which schools support one another to raise standards of teaching and learning and address educational…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Cooperation, Educational Benefits, Barriers
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Graham, Linda J.; de Bruin, Kate; Lassig, Carly; Spandagou, Ilektra – Review of Education, 2021
The use of a pedagogical practice known as 'differentiation' has become more common over time as educators have sought to respond to increases in the diversity of students enrolling in their local school. However, there are now so many misperceptions and definitional inconsistencies that it is difficult to know what is being enacted in the name of…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Elementary Education, Instructional Effectiveness, Definitions
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Koh, Gloria A.; Askell-Williams, Helen – Review of Education, 2021
School-improvement initiatives are implemented with admirable goals, often requiring substantial human and material resources. However, many fail to be sustainable beyond short-term funding cycles or the enthusiasm of local initiators. Typically, implementation and improvement are viewed linearly and as static end-products that fail to consider…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Educational Improvement, School Effectiveness, Systems Approach
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Firth, Jonathan; Rivers, Ian; Boyle, James – Review of Education, 2021
A systematic review was conducted into the effect of interleaving the order of examples of concepts in terms of both memory of items and transfer to new items. This concept has important implications for how and when teachers present examples in the classroom. A total of 26 studies met the inclusion criteria; a subset of 17 studies (with 32…
Descriptors: Learning Processes, Memory, Effect Size, Transfer of Training
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Román, Henrik; Sundberg, Daniel; Hirsh, Åsa; Forsberg, Eva; Nilholm, Claes – Review of Education, 2021
A third level of educational research is emerging, in addition to original research and secondary-level reviews. Whereas most third-level research syntheses focus on rather restricted topical areas, this study introduces a comparative and integrative overview of prominent second-order research on teaching, including many different types of reviews…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Teaching (Occupation), Literature Reviews, Research Methodology
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Vedrenne-Gutiérrez, Fernand; Altamirano-Bustamante, Myriam M.; Monroy-Fraustro, Daniela; de Hoyos Bermea, Adalberto; Lopez-Suero, Carolina – Review of Education, 2021
The current job market requires scientifically literate human resources. At a time in which scientific reasoning should be part of the higher education curriculum, the general population is pulling away from it. This review aims to identify how students' and teachers' attitudes and values influence academic performance in science courses. PICO and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, College Science, Science Education
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Mellander, Erik; Lind, Patrik – Review of Education, 2021
Many countries are trying to increase the recruitment to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) studies. Some have implemented curriculum reforms to this end, others may do so. Using experiences from curriculum reforms in Germany, the Netherlands and, in particular, Sweden, we consider a proposal from the Royal Society in England…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Recruitment, STEM Education, Curriculum Development
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Brown, Ceri; Shay, Marnee – Review of Education, 2021
This paper explores schools' new role in promoting children's mental health, as a key focus for policy makers across the global north. An education policy analysis is conducted for England and Australia, two nations advocating a 'bottom-up' approach to mental health promotion, granting flexibility to schools and municipal authorities. Here it is…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Resistance (Psychology), Well Being, Mental Health
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