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Cheng, Soh Kay, Ed. – SpringerBriefs in Education, 2021
This book is cast in a Singaporean context in which Chinese Language is taught as a second language with an emphasis on communicational skills. It showcases ideas on including cultural teaching to enhance second language learning for more effective outcomes. As a collection of chapters relevant to cultural teaching, the book seeks to enthuse…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Chinese, Second Language Learning, Cultural Education
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Sugimoto, Amanda T.; Meister, Heidi – Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12, 2022
During the past year, teachers have expended much time and effort moving their mathematics instruction online. To do this, teachers had to build their content, pedagogical, and technological knowledge, or technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK). As teacher educators facilitating a professional learning sequence during the shift to…
Descriptors: Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technological Literacy, Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Zhen, Willa – Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research, 2020
This article focuses on teaching and mentoring course-based undergraduate research in a vocationally focused higher education setting. At the Culinary Institute of America (CIA), students are immersed in hands-on experiential classes. Their education begins with basic culinary techniques, and they gradually progress toward more specialized cooking…
Descriptors: Research Skills, Vocational Education, Food Service, Service Occupations
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Heringer, Rebeca; Piquemal, Nathalie – Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 2022
Although distance education is not a new phenomenon, the unprecedented advent of the COVID-19 pandemic left educators across the country with no option but to deliver their courses in an online format. Many studies have demonstrated the influence of distance education on teachers' practices and several studies correlate teachers' interaction to…
Descriptors: Distance Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, Teacher Education Programs
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Bowman, Richard F. – Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 2022
Does the societal disruption resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic compel our nation's educators to pause, step back, and ask: "For our part, how can we do things better?" As practicing educators, do we need to be reminded regarding which skills, proficiencies, and dispositions elicit and support students' academic engagement?…
Descriptors: Instructional Effectiveness, Educational Change, Educational Environment, COVID-19
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Gore, Jennifer M. – Oxford Review of Education, 2021
The quest to improve teaching on a wide scale is an enduring challenge globally. Yet demonstrable improvement in teaching quality is both elusive and slow. In this essay, I explore some of the complexities that contribute to the slow pace of change, including: the slippage between teachers and teaching as the object of improvement; the poorly…
Descriptors: Instructional Improvement, Educational Quality, Educational Change, Barriers
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Aspelin, Jonas – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2021
The general discourse on education stresses either the teacher's or the student's position. This article aims to contribute to a relational theory of teaching by discussing three significant concepts of teaching from the standpoint of Martin Buber's relational philosophy. Feldman suggests that teaching implies being human in a particular way and…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Educational Theories, Teacher Student Relationship, Teaching Methods
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Sagrans, Jacob; Mokros, Janice; Voyer, Christine; Harvey, Meggie – Science Teacher, 2022
The use of large, open-source data sets is ubiquitous in scientific research. Scientists--ranging from meteorologists to chemists to epidemiologists--are researching and investigating critical questions using data that they have not themselves collected. To contribute to the growing effort to bring data science into classrooms, the authors have…
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Science Instruction, High School Teachers, Science Teachers
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Sisson, Christina J. – Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, 2022
As students with special needs become increasingly mainstreamed into music classes, there is a demand for strategies to help teachers meet these students' needs. The purpose of this review of literature was to review and synthesize the literature focused on teaching students with an emotional/behavioral disorder (EBD) in the music classroom and to…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Teaching Methods, Special Needs Students, Emotional Disturbances
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Christian, Wolfgang; Belloni, Mario; Sokolowska, Dagmara; Cox, Anne; Dancy, Melissa – Physics Education, 2020
Over the past 25 years, the Davidson College Physics Department has developed small computer programs called Physlets. These programs were written in Java and distributed as Java applets embedded in HTML pages. Physics teachers from around the world used Physlets to author interactive computer-based curricular materials for the teaching of…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Physics, Teaching Methods, Computer Oriented Programs
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Simonson, Shawn R.; Earl, Brittnee; Frary, Megan – College Teaching, 2022
Most institutional practices to evaluate teaching are inadequate, inaccurate, neither improve teaching directly, nor incentivize teaching improvement. This is often because effective teaching is difficult to assess and most tools do not adequately or accurately do so and are often without established standards. Because of this, faculty may be…
Descriptors: Teacher Evaluation, Teacher Effectiveness, Formative Evaluation, Summative Evaluation
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Nikolopoulou, Kleopatra; Kousloglou, Manolis – Education Sciences, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic, with the consecutive lockdowns, has led schools around the world to transition suddenly from face-to-face education to online teaching. The purpose of this paper was to investigate secondary school teachers' beliefs on online teaching presence and school support for online learning during the pandemic. The sample was 238…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Electronic Learning, Foreign Countries
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Shaw, Denise – International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2022
The objective of this article is to present the findings of video recorded communication between candidates in a graduate initial teaching licensure (GITL) program and peers during simulated micro-teaching across three consecutive seminar quarter. The micro-teaching activity combines conventional face-to-face interaction, video micro-teaching,…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Microteaching, Video Technology, Preservice Teacher Education
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Jacinto, Alberto; Gershenson, Seth – American Educational Research Journal, 2021
Parental influences, particularly parents' occupations, may influence individuals' entry into the teaching profession. This mechanism may contribute to the relatively static demographic composition of the teaching force over time. We assess the role of parental influences on occupational choice by testing whether the children of teachers are…
Descriptors: Parent Influence, Career Choice, Teaching (Occupation), Racial Differences
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Cuffe, Harold E.; Feld, Jan; O'Grady, Trevor – Education Finance and Policy, 2021
Teachers often deliver the same lesson multiple times in one day. In contrast to year-to-year teaching experience, it is unclear how this teaching repetition affects student outcomes. We examine the effects of teaching repetition in a higher education setting where students are randomly assigned to a university instructor's first, second, third,…
Descriptors: Teaching Experience, Outcomes of Education, Repetition, College Students
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