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Kalinina, Tetiana S.; Karnaukhova, Antonina V.; Mashovets, Marina A.; Shvaliuk, Tetiana M.; Telna, Olha A. – Review of Education, 2022
The right of children with special needs to education is realised through the introduction of inclusive education. Such practice is common in many countries around the world. An inclusive setting in early childhood education protects children from segregation and negative attitudes from others. In Ukraine, in connection with European integration,…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Preschool Education, Foreign Countries, Special Needs Students
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Sjölund, Simon; Lindvall, Jannika; Larsson, Maria; Ryve, Andreas – Review of Education, 2022
Research-practice partnerships (RPPs) have drawn a great deal of attention as promising structures for bringing educational research and practice closer together. However, promising as RPPs may be, challenges still exist and there have been calls for studies investigating how research can be used within RPPs, and how to include practitioners more…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Educational Research, Theory Practice Relationship, Literature Reviews
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Cockerill, Maria; O'Keeffe, Joanne; Thurston, Allen; Taylor, Andy – Review of Education, 2022
There continue to be challenges of transfer from research evidence to practice in education. This paper reports on the implementation of a well-evidenced Reciprocal Reading approach in 35 schools across a high poverty region in England, working cooperatively at transition between primary and secondary. The purpose of the research reported here was…
Descriptors: Reading Strategies, Reading Instruction, Poverty, Elementary Secondary Education
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Malin, Joel R.; Rind, Gul Muhammad – Review of Education, 2022
Evidence about how to translate and mobilise research evidence for use in schools remains quite limited. The present study sought to address this gap by leveraging an opportunity to examine such processes. In February 2021, Edutopia (a large US-based, practice-focused educational intermediary organisation) hosted a large virtual event, with 6526…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Active Learning, Evidence Based Practice, Research Utilization
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Wyse, Dominic; Bradbury, Alice – Review of Education, 2022
Teaching children to read is one of the most fundamental goals of early years and primary education worldwide, and as such has attracted a large amount of research from a range of academic disciplines. The aims of this paper are: (a) to provide a new critical examination of research evidence relevant to effective teaching of phonics and reading in…
Descriptors: Phonics, National Curriculum, Foreign Countries, Elementary Education
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Osodlo, Vasyl; Rakhmanov, Vitalii; Krykun, Viktoriia; Tarasenko, Nataliya; Aristarkhova, Marharyta – Review of Education, 2022
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a blended learning method on the development of foreign language communicative competence of the officers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the educational and information environment of a Higher Military Educational Institution. The foreign language training was carried out at 11 military…
Descriptors: Military Training, Military Personnel, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Demchenko, Irina V.; Demchenko, Oleg N. – Review of Education, 2022
Modern knowledge-intensive industrial production technologies increase the demand for engineering personnel in the labour market which actualises the problem of training competent, highly qualified specialists. This process is strongly determined by the motives that guide future engineers in their professional learning activities. The study…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Technical Institutes, Engineering Education, Two Year College Students
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Grytsenko, Iryna; Borysenko, Nataliia; Sydorenko, Nataliia; Vashchuk, Viktoriya; Valuieva, Iia – Review of Education, 2022
New technologies significantly influence the increase in the range of methods and techniques in distance learning. The quality, efficiency and potential of modern communication channels are relevant issues in the current educational paradigm. The authors aimed to evaluate the educational potential of high-tech means of communication and…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Distance Education, Technology Uses in Education, Communication Strategies
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Goncharova, Olga; Maslova, Alina; Kirsanova, Svitlana; Rutkovska, Alona; Yehorova, Yulia – Review of Education, 2022
This paper deals with the after-effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the educational sphere. The authors aim to report the results of an observational study that was focused on the perceptions of virtual learning in students and teachers of Bogdan Khmelnytsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University during the first (March 2020) and the second…
Descriptors: Anxiety, COVID-19, Pandemics, Student Attitudes
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Reynolds, Barry Lee; Yu, Melissa H.; Li, Mo – Review of Education, 2022
Teacher education in the English as a foreign language context has witnessed a shift from only emphasising expert-generated professional theories to combining such theories with teacher-generated personal theories. However, little is known about whether such a combination is beneficial in preparing pre-service English teachers to teach reading…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Instruction, Language Teachers, Preservice Teachers
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Krymets, Liudmyla V.; Saienko, Oleksandr H.; Bilyakovska, Olha O.; Zakharov, Oleg Yu.; Ivanova, Dora H. – Review of Education, 2022
Understanding the needs of end users (customers, stakeholders) and the simultaneous application of new methodologies for the implementation of strategic plans in order to meet the needs of external (employers) and internal consumers (students and teachers) are essential elements of quality management in higher education. This article aimed to…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Total Quality Management, Educational Quality, College Administration
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Konstantinou, Iro – Review of Education, 2022
Despite the numerous attempts to engage teachers on a practical level with evidence-informed pedagogies, there is little empirical research that maps the journey, from the inception to the implementation and practical applications, of a research centre within a school with the aim of embedding evidence-informed practice within the school. This…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Research and Development Centers, Case Studies, Educational Research
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Rycroft-Smith, Lucy – Review of Education, 2022
Connecting research to practice by knowledge brokering in education, which is considered here as functionally synonymous with knowledge mobilisation, is currently under-researched, difficult to define, and not well understood. This narrative synthesis review curates recent research concerning characterisations of knowledge brokering in education,…
Descriptors: Knowledge Management, Educational Research, Interpersonal Relationship, Social Environment
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Solity, Jonathan – Review of Education, 2022
There have been few areas in England over the last 50 years where government has drawn more heavily on research to inform policy and practice than in the area of teaching reading. The focus of this article is an analysis of the research and evidence on early reading, in particular the role of phonics, on which government policy in England and the…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Reading Instruction, Educational Policy, Public Policy
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Calafato, Raees – Review of Education, 2022
The research field of multilingualism in education has grown exponentially over the last two decades, with more and more studies published every year on the need for teachers to validate the whole linguistic repertoire of their students and help them draw on their multilingualism as a resource. What has, conversely, not been accorded sufficient…
Descriptors: Fidelity, Educational Research, Multilingualism, Language Teachers
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