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Teacher Cognition: Four Case Studies of Teachers in Low-SES Schools
This qualitative study examined the cognition and practices of four teachers teaching in low -SES schools. The four case studies were comprised of three elementary teachers and one middle school teachers in the state of ...
Teaching with reverence: reviving an ancient virtue for today's schools
Reverence is a forgotten and misunderstood but practical virtue that should be revived in teaching and learning in today's classrooms. Here's how!
Appropriating Colonialism: Complexity and Chaos in the making of a Nigeria-centric Educational System
The persisting colonial legacy beclouding the Nigerian education system ensures that, post-independence, education in Nigeria still suffers from the twin crisis of identity and relevance. As a result, the prevailing ...
Conocimiento y Testimonio: An Exploratory Case Study of Mexican American Children of (Im)migrants Learning With(in) Cherry Orchards
Mexican American children of (im)migrants' experiences are misrepresented and subjected to deficit and xenophobic frameworks in schools and society. While studies focused on Latina/o youth and adolescents certainly exist, ...
CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
Classroom management has a great impact on student achievement, an impact that is larger than that of either socioeconomic status, motivation or student intelligence (Weinstein, Tomlinson-Clarke, & Curran, 2004). In diverse ...
Living two Lives: The Ability of Low Income African American Females in their Quest to Break the Glass Ceiling in Education Through The Ellison Model (TEM) Mentoring Approach
It is often that during their academic pursuits, to become successful, low-income African-American women must learn to navigate an upstream current through higher education, where the established order in the academy is ...
THE INFLUENCE OF LEARNING STYLES ON CHINESE STUDENTS' ATTITUDES TOWARD PEER FEEDBACK: DEVELOPING A SURVEY TOOL FOR PEER FEEDBACK TRAINING
Peer feedback as a teaching approach in English writing has gained increasing interest in English as a first language (L1), and in the field of English as Second/Foreign language (ESL/EFL). Some studies conducted in ...
THE EFFECT OF INTERACTION WITH A THERAPY DOG ON COLLEGE STUDENT STRESS LEVELS AS MEASURED BY PHYSIOLOGICAL INDICATORS
Although animal-assisted activities have been shown to reduce stress, few studies have examined the stress reduction effects of therapy dogs on college student stress levels. Many college students experience increased ...
Understanding Principals' Perspectives in Hiring High Quality Teachers in Washington State
UNDERSTANDING PRINCIPALS' PERSPECTIVES ON HIRING HIGH QUALITY TEACHERS IN WASHINGTON STATE: A CRITICAL RACE PERSPECTIVE ABSTRACT This study investigated principals' perceptions in the hiring process of classroom teachers ...
The Relationship of Flow Experience, Need Satisfaction, Perceptual Learning Style Preferences, and EFL Self-Efficacy to EFL Online Learner Satisfaction
To respond to market demand, many universities in Taiwan offer online English courses. The literature indicates that students' satisfaction with online learning is a predictor of course dropout rate and intention to enroll ...