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Ahamed, Ameer Asra; Patrick, Harold Andrew; Kareem, Jacqueline; Mukherjee, Ujjal; Nepoleon, Munuswamy Prabakaran – Review of Education, 2023
The study establishes a relationship between organisational justice, work engagement, job performance, perceived supervisory support and their sub-dimensions. The major research objectives of the study were to check if perceived supervisory support does mediate between organisational justice, work engagement and job performance of faculty in…
Descriptors: Organizational Culture, Justice, Job Performance, Work Attitudes
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SivaKumar, ArunKumar – Review of Education, 2023
In a recent scenario, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) job placement rates have decreased since the pandemic started. MBA job placement rates are down since the pandemic started. What's most alarming: the decline in MBA jobs (34%) has been steeper than the decline in overall jobs (27%), for the period between May 2019 and May 2020. The…
Descriptors: Flipped Classroom, Taxonomy, Teacher Attitudes, Masters Programs
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Clarke, Tania – Review of Education, 2023
Research exploring the educational relevance of wellbeing only tentatively confronts the 'tension' of expecting educators to nurture pupils' wellbeing while school effectiveness is evaluated by metrics of academic performance. Complete wellbeing includes hedonia (feeling) and eudaimonia (doing) well. Accordingly, school 'happiness agendas'…
Descriptors: Scores, Secondary School Students, Well Being, Foreign Countries
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Banerjee, Pallavi; True, Charlotte; Hart, Rob; Hodgson, Eleanor; Dingwall, Kristi; Shen, Zhimin – Review of Education, 2023
The 'Articulate' programme is a high-intensity five-day widening participation programme designed to help students develop their communication skills and confidence through a range of activities led by an Articulacy tutor and culminates in students taking an examination for the English Speaking Board (ESB) Level 1 Award in speech on the final day.…
Descriptors: Intervention, Soft Skills, Skill Development, Academic Aspiration
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Moreau, Marie-Pierre; Wheeler, Lucie – Review of Education, 2023
Carers in academia is a young but growing field, which has quickly expanded since the 2000s and has gained new momentum during the Covid-19 pandemic and the accompanying disruptions of personal and professional lives. It is also one which, through its associations with reproductive and women's work, remains relatively marginalised. This article…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teaching (Occupation), Higher Education, Gender Issues
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Bakhtiar, Aishah; Lang, Megan; Shelley, Becky; West, Melody – Review of Education, 2023
The choice to conduct research projects done with or by children is a political one. It reflects a standpoint that appreciates children's position as agentic beings and acknowledges their expertise. There are complex questions for academics and practitioners engaged in such research projects. This paper reports on a systematic review of…
Descriptors: Children, Participatory Research, Early Adolescents, Research Projects
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Yesmin, Shamima; Atikuzzaman, Md. – Review of Education, 2023
The present study aims to design a model course on Information Literacy (IL) and Research Ethics (RE) for university curricula and examine the role of this course in university ranking. The study followed a mixed approach to collect required data for designing the course. First, research students' responses regarding IL and RE were collected using…
Descriptors: College Students, Instructional Design, Course Content, Information Literacy
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Manley, Helen; Tu, En-Nien; Reardon, Tessa; Creswell, Cathy – Review of Education, 2023
Anxiety problems are common in children and can have profound adverse effects on personal, social and academic life. Almost 40% of anxiety disorders emerge before age 14, making primary schools invaluable settings for prevention and early support of child anxiety. Research indicates that school-based interventions can be costly and difficult to…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Anxiety, Elementary School Students, Literature Reviews
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Zhang, Qiaoping; Sun, Jin; Yeung, Wing-ying – Review of Education, 2023
Using picture books in teaching is a popular trend in early childhood education. However, little attention has been paid to such pedagogy in mathematics learning. For this article, we reviewed 16 empirical studies from the past two decades (2000-2022) regarding the use of picture books in mathematics instruction, in order to investigate their…
Descriptors: Picture Books, Teaching Methods, Literature Reviews, Mathematics Instruction
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Ahmed, Salah A. M.; Zhang, Wenlan; Ma, Hongliang; Feng, Zhichao – Review of Education, 2023
STEM teacher professional development (STEM-TPD) has become a hot topic of educational research. To evaluate the main characteristics, status and trends of this educational field and to provide new insights for future studies, this review applies a bibliometric analysis of relevant publications. The Web of Science (WoS) core collection database…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, STEM Education, Bibliometrics, Trend Analysis
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Bengochea, Alain; Sembiante, Sabrina F. – Review of Education, 2023
Vocabulary is foundational for reading and strongly linked to emergent bilingual (EB) students' academic achievement. Given the few syntheses on vocabulary interventions that are focused on emergent bilinguals, this literature review appraises the existing research and thoroughly accounts for methodological characteristics across studies relating…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Preschool Children, Bilingual Students, Vocabulary Development
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Cosgun, Gamze Erdem; Savas, Perihan – Review of Education, 2023
The present study aimed to explore the professional identity development of English teachers through the lens of the Possible Selves Theory, focusing on the experiences of three distinct groups of educators. An explanatory sequential mixed-method research design was employed using 194 student, novice and experienced English teachers working or…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, English (Second Language), Language Teachers, Foreign Countries
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Ní Chorcora, Eilís; Bray, Aibhín; Banks, Joanne – Review of Education, 2023
A major challenge for universities across the globe is to address the lack of diversity within higher education. Widening participation (WP) programmes can vary between in-reach and outreach programmes. Some initiatives focus on either pre-entry stage (primary or secondary schools) or post-entry stage (helping students adapt to university life).…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Student Participation, Program Effectiveness, Outreach Programs
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Baumfield, Vivienne; Bethel, Alison; Dowek, Aimee; Walshe, Karen; Mattick, Karen – Review of Education, 2023
Given the importance of their roles in society, the education of professionals is a central concern for providers and recipients of public services. In this article we consider the contribution of research on professional learning to current debate on the form and content of professional education. This mapping review asked, 'What does the…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Professional Development, Literature Reviews, Continuing Education
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Rushton, Elizabeth A. C.; Rawlings Smith, Emma; Steadman, Sarah; Towers, Emma – Review of Education, 2023
This article presents a systematic review of a substantial body of literature that considers the ways in which the concept of teacher identity has been used to understand and explore teachers' professional lives. The aim of the review was to go beyond the limitations of specific areas of teachers' practice to explore the broad and rich field of…
Descriptors: Teachers, Professional Identity, Work Experience, Teaching Conditions
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