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Annette Lohbeck – Intercultural Education, 2024
By focusing on 179 elementary school children, the present cross-sectional questionnaire study aimed to examine gender and immigrant-native differences in competence and affect self-concepts as well as academic achievement and the relations of those two self-concept components to academic achievement in the domains of mathematics and German.…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Gender Differences, Self Concept, Mathematics Achievement
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Zala Volcic; Ilanda Tran; Vaasanthi Palepu; Rijul Baath – Intercultural Education, 2024
The article explores how intercultural relations can be fostered at the level of an undergraduate university degree during the pandemic. It offers one specific intervention within intercultural education to provide new ways of thinking about how intercultural relations can and do happen. By drawing on the "self-reflexive narratives" of…
Descriptors: Intercultural Communication, COVID-19, Pandemics, College Students
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Tom F. H. Smits; Els Tanghe – Intercultural Education, 2024
This study investigates pre-service teachers' self-efficacy and attitudes towards multiperspectivity in education. The sample is representative of postgraduate teacher education students in Flanders, the northern and largest region of Belgium, which has evolved into a migratory society with city life characterised by superdiversity. The capital…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Teacher Effectiveness, Masters Programs, Familiarity
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V. Spyridonos; Z. Karanikola; N. Palaiologou – Intercultural Education, 2024
Translanguaging refers to the communicative practices that go between and beyond defined linguistic systems. In language learning, it can be applied by helping learners access their whole linguistic and semiotic repertoires, thus enhancing language acquisition. This paper draws on quantitative data provided by language teachers of both elementary…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Teaching Methods, Cultural Differences, Second Language Instruction
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Maxie Gluckman; Katharine Summers; Nhat-Dang Do – Intercultural Education, 2024
Honduras' progress on educational outcomes has lagged behind other Latin American countries in recent years, including educational access for marginalized populations, high school dropout, and performance gaps across the K-12 spectrum (Adelman & Székely, 2017). Studies have suggested that lack of government investment in education (Ministerios…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Teachers, Latin Americans, Compensation (Remuneration)
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Åsa Bjuhr; Annbritt Palo; Lena Manderstedt – Intercultural Education, 2024
In Sweden, curricula and syllabi for education are politically determined after public consultations. Thus, these educational documents are discursive trade-offs reflecting research, traditions in the educational system, and political ideologies. This study maps the discourses in the syllabus for Sami as L1 mother tongue for preschool class-Year…
Descriptors: Language Minorities, Native Language Instruction, Foreign Countries, Curriculum Development
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Elias Haneen; R Even-Zahav; S. Pagorek-Eshel; B. Gavriel-Fried – Intercultural Education, 2024
Minorities encounter barriers to integrating in higher education. However, only a few studies have examined these barriers from the perspective of faculty members. The present study aimed to understand the barriers that Arab students in Israeli higher education face, from the perspective of deans and department heads. Using the naturalistic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Barriers, Access to Education, Higher Education
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Giulia Messina Dahlberg; Barbara Gross – Intercultural Education, 2024
In this paper, we critically discuss the impact of policy documents on the construction of national narratives on the provision of support for cultural-linguistic diversity in education systems in two European countries. The analysis focuses upon a selection of national policy documents that deal with the planning and provision of HLE since the…
Descriptors: Native Language, Heritage Education, Content Analysis, Government Publications
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Judit Onsès-Segarra; Maria Domingo-Coscollola – Intercultural Education, 2024
This paper presents an overview of approaches and proposals to improve the integration of migrant children in schools in Spain and it is linked to the European research project Migrant Children and Communities in a Transforming Europe (MiCREATE). It focuses on a part of the research in which stakeholders were interviewed. Based on the needs of…
Descriptors: Social Integration, Immigrants, Educational Environment, Educational Practices
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Gerardo Mancilla; Phitsamay S. Uy – Intercultural Education, 2024
In conducting qualitative research, scholars often grapple with positionality. Researcher positionality refers to how various social identities (i.e. gender, race, class, ethnicity, ability, geographical location) influence research methods. It examines the impact of researchers' social identities on their understanding of the research design,…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Refugees, Interpersonal Relationship, Researchers
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Wei Liu; Xiaobing Lin – Intercultural Education, 2024
Current student development theories are mostly grounded in the experiences of domestic students in North America. The increasing portion of the international students in the post-secondary student population has created a glaring gap for a unique theory of international student development. A unique theory for international student development,…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Student Development, Self Concept, Cultural Awareness
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Anikó Fehérvári; Krisztián Széll – Intercultural Education, 2024
The present paper explores approaches to the classification of ethnic identity. In the framework of research on comparative classifications, we analyse the contextual factors that influence classification in Hungarian education. We compared the number of students who self-reported as Roma with the respective number reported by the school heads (as…
Descriptors: Minority Groups, Minority Group Students, Classification, Self Concept
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Shahid Rasool; Clarisse Halpern; Burhan Ozfidan – Intercultural Education, 2024
South Asians, including Bangladeshi, Indian, and Pakistani Americans, are considered a model minority and is one of the fastest growing in the US, financially stable, and highly educated ethnic subgroups in the U.S. The purpose of the study was to investigate the influence of cultural background and household structure on parental involvement in…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, Parent Participation, Bilingualism, Academic Achievement
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Afsaneh Alizadeh; Firooz Mahmoodi; Yousef Adib – Intercultural Education, 2024
The purpose of this study is to analyse the content of primary school textbooks in Iran for their cultural values and characteristics, based on the individualism-collectivism dimension. Six primary school Let's Read Persian (LRP) textbooks were assessed using quantitative content analysis using two lists of individualistic and collectivistic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary Schools, Textbooks, Textbook Content
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Ali Elhami; Anita Roshan – Intercultural Education, 2024
Muslims may not experience integration or assimilation in European countries, as they have certain values regarding hijab, eating restrictions, and lifestyle. They may therefore face more challenges than other migrants. With the insight that religiosity may have an impact on migrants' national and/or ethnic identities, we look at the role of…
Descriptors: Religion, Immigrants, Ethnicity, Self Concept
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