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The Think-Pair-Share (TPS) cooperative learning is associated with high student participation and performance in various subjects. However, research focusing on this direction in Vocational and Technical Education (VTE) is not widespread. This mixed method with an action research approach investigated the effectiveness of TPS cooperative learning i...
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Research methods and designs are initially informed by philosophical assumptions. In other words, all methods are influenced by theory. There are a range of theories that have been used in educational research that cut across different paradigms (or frameworks). In this chapter, I have three broad aims: (a) explain what research paradigms are and w...
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Objectives to map Brazilian undergraduate nursing students’ critical thinking level and investigate the correlation between selected sociodemographic data and critical thinking domains. Methods in this descriptive cross-sectional study, participants’ (N=89) critical thinking was assessed using the Health Science Reasoning Test. Correlation between...
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This is the first standard setting study in Malaysia aimed at developing Performance-Level Descriptors (PLDs) and determining cut scores that differentiate undergraduates with low, moderate and high employability skills using a newly developed Situational judgment Test (SJT). SJT items from five domains critical for future job employment: 1) critic...
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This review study synthesises the literature on how computational thinking (CT) and mathematical thinking (MT) are integrated into mathematics education research with a focus on tasks. A review of 28 relevant articles on the Web of Science Core Collection database indicated that (1) CT helps students develop and apply mathematical concepts and comp...
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A World of Changemakers – how can a hybrid arts lecture series concept in e-learning create attitudes and shape skills as a playful and critical thinking navigator in an uncertain world? To re-create meaning is an interdisciplinary cross-sectional task of our zeitgeist in a civil society. The international contributors represent key roles in releva...
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A World of Changemakers – how can a hybrid arts lecture series concept in e-learning create attitudes and shape skills as a playful and critical thinking navigator in an uncertain world? To re-create meaning is an interdisciplinary cross-sectional task of our zeitgeist in a civil society. The international contributors represent key roles in releva...
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Underscoring the complex relationship between civic engagement and education at all stages of life, this innovative Handbook identifies the contemporary challenges and best approaches and practices to encourage civic engagement within education. Chapters cover the theoretical and historical background of civic engagement and education, ideological...
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Educators of Health Professions must equip themselves with the skills needed to perform the 6 activities and 12 roles (Harden 2000) to deliver transformative education in the 21st C (Lancet commission 2010). Recent developments in Information-Communication technology mandates faculty to equip themselves with Tech-enabled education. Recent advances...
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21st century teaching and learning emphasize the full engagement of students for improving their critical thinking and cooperation and the construction of the knowledge that demonstrates deep understanding. However, significant studies reported chemistry as a challenging subject caused of abstract concepts, phenomena and ways used in teaching and a...
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Abstrakt Príspevok prezentuje teoretické východiská realizovaného autorského preventívneho programu. Charakterizujeme pojmy ako klíma triedy, prevencia, preventívny program. Popisujeme metódu Whole Brain Teaching, jej význam z pohľadu rozvoja kritického myslenia, nadobúdania vedomostí, ale aj ako koncept podnetného vyučovania, ktorý sa stal základo...
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span lang="EN-US">Scientific argumentative skills could encourage the critical thinking skill of college students about scientific phenomena. This research aimed to measure and describe the scientific argumentative skill of the primary school teacher candidates, reviewed from the scientific literacy. This research applied the quantitative method by...
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The low critical thinking skills of students in the human skeletal system material, due to Biology learning has not implemented learning models and teaching materials that facilitate students to practice critical thinking skills. This type of research is development research using 4-D models (four-D models), which is limited to the development stag...
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Postgraduate radiology training has traditionally followed didactic approaches; however, complex reasoning skills and critical thinking are essential in the field of radiology. Therefore, the shortages of radiologists in Africa have necessitated the need to review the use of technology in postgraduate education to improve efficient training and ser...
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Objectives Physical activity is critical, not only for the normal growth and development of children, but also for emotional and social behavior. The purpose of the article is to determine the relationship between physical education and social and emotional development of preschool children. Methods The study involved 366 children (188 boys and 17...
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Seeking to obtain a competitive advantage and manage the risk of injury, team sport organisations are investing in tracking systems that can quantify training and competition characteristics. It is expected that such information can support objective decision-making for the prescription and manipulation of training load. This narrative review aims...
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Increasing health demands and different needs of the society are constantly changing the nursing education and curriculum. Learning methods should be structured in order to develop the skills of student nurses to make decisions, to distinguish between right and wrong, to take responsibility, to make self-evaluation, to think critically and creative...
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Over the last years, Augmented Reality (AR) technology has been increasingly used in various settings. Yet, AR is still often considered as experimental, which is partly due to the unclear picture of the benefits of using AR. This study systematically reviews research on using AR in learning settings. By examining 93 relevant articles, we identifie...
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Spaced learning—the spacing effect—is a cognitive phenomenon whereby memory for to-be-learned material is better when a fixed amount of study time is spread across multiple learning sessions instead of crammed into a more condensed time period. The spacing effect has been shown to be effective across a wide range of ages and learning materials, but...
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This study investigated technological pedagogical and content knowledge (TPACK) practices during the current COVID-19 pandemic and examined factors influencing students' perceptions of effective online learning. This study gathered the primary data from 90 university students from four study programs via the online questionnaire. Using an analysis...
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Learning English as a foreign language within a primary school in Indonesia tends to be teacher-centered and focuses on the single correct answer. The demands of tests and covering textbook materials for tests prevent students from becoming active thinkers. Specific strategies have been proposed to promote critical thinking skills. Previous studies...
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Integration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Maths (STEAM) ideals in Early Years Education (EYE) builds a strong foundation for learners to discover, explore, play, discuss and experiment with the environment. Given that the goal of EYE is to expand an understanding of the world through observation, experimentation, and exploration, th...
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Critical thinking is one of the important competencies in the twenty-first century that should be acquired. Therefore, there is a need to facilitate the students with the teaching approach and learning model that could improve this skill. One of the learning approaches that provide the students with the opportunity to think creatively is STEM-PjBL....
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The aim of the research is to provide a survey-based result on the individual digital skills and human characteristics of the workforce influenced by digital transformation. The online questionnaire is completed by managers and white collar workers of Hungarian manufacturing companies in spring 2021 (n=489). Descriptive statistics and relationship...
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This Research to Practice Full Paper investigates second language learners' writing output using an online next-word prediction writing tool after exposure to training and metacognitive prompts to improve their critical thinking. Engineering graduates' writing skills are often deemed lacking by industry standards; this can be even more challenging...
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Thesis. This paper aims to present the Critical Internet Usage project and its final results. The project enabled the development of various learning materials, and the collection and systematization of knowledge regarding senior citizens’ awareness of critical thinking and its usability as well as gaining information about their educational needs....
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Industry 4.0 advancements in technology are creating a dynamic and fast changing world that affects how we live and work. Educators need to rethink existing teaching approaches to better prepare learners for future careers that Industry 4.0 will create. The World Economic Forum defined a new education model, called Education 4.0, which contains eig...
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Background: Nursing developed over centuries. Changing practice and education influenced its interpretation and understanding. Its meaning and interpretation may differ amongst education institutions, nurse educators and nurses, particularly student nurses. Objectives: The objective was to develop a visual concept map of the concept of ‘nursing’,...
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The study identifies the trends of media education in the post-industrial period, marked by the development of information and communication technologies in the integration and globalization processes. Society needs competent specialists who develop and strive for self-realization in society. The educational process is a phenomenon that covers diff...
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Aim: This paper aims to enhance the emphasis of college physical education (P.E.) in the psychological education of P.E. students and provide a reference for the innovation of P.E. teaching methods. Methodology and procedures: On the basis of the Internet of Things (IoT) and a deep-learning algorithm, combined with psychological education, the teac...
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Education is a field that evolves constantly in relation to the changes in the society and the needs of its beneficiaries, taking over and adapting functional models from other fields. The quality of education of today’s generations has a direct impact on the future, as tomorrow's adults need to have strong key competences, but also transversal com...
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There are mountain ski areas which can be considered proper heritage sites, because of the attractiveness of the services offered as much as the relevance of the areas’ own historical memory. If on the one hand the "white gold rush" was the main cause of the upheaval of the mountain landscape, on the other hand it bequeathed places, artifacts and h...
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Introduction In nursing, critical thinking is fundamental. It should be a competency to be developed as early as basic education in order to pro- mote and optimize clinical reasoning skills in future professionals and thus make patient care effective and safe. Compared to traditional didactics, the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) pedagogical approach...
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The evolution of AI and data science has aided in mechanizing several aspects of medical care requiring critical thinking: diagnosis, risk stratification, and management, thus mitigating the burden of physicians and reducing the likelihood of human error. AI modalities have expanded feet to the specialty of pediatric cardiology as well. We conducte...
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The study focuses on assessing the possible effectiveness of the program used to teach media competence of student teachers. The study contributes to the investigation over the types of students' motivation to develop their critical thinking skills. At the same time, this research evaluates the degree of influence of teacher students' media compete...
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The main approaches to foreign language grammar teaching are deductive and inductive approaches. Deductive grammar teaching is a conventional method of teaching grammar. It is characterized by comprehensible, concise and clearly stated explanations. Students learn what they are supposed to learn. The method makes the learning process easy and uncom...
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The Industrial Revolution 4.0 is synonymous by the Internet development; its presence is so fast. Many things that were not thought of before suddenly appear and become innovations, including in education. This study uses the online learning environment Edmodo to analyse student CTA in terms of gender and learning style. Descriptive quantitative re...
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Background It is necessary to evaluate the effects of competency-based training (CBT) model in the clinical training of new nurses, to provide insights to the management of nurses. Methods We searched PubMed, EMBASE, Cochrane Library, Web of Science, China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI), China Science and Technology Journal Database, Wan...
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The purposes of this research were to create project-based learning (PjBL) activities and to improve the students’ 4Cs skills using PjBL. The 4Cs of the learning skills assessment test and a record of student behavior serve as research tools. The mean and percentage are the statistics that were employed in the study. The results demonstrate that 1)...
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Critical thinking, as one of the 21st century skills, is a necessary skill needed to prepare students for further studies and the workforce. This study aimed at exploring English students’ critical thinking skills through reflective journal. The study focused on two research questions: (1) To what extent does reflective journal enhance the EFL stud...
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This paper illustrates the design-based learning (DBL) approach to promoting the deep learning of students and improving the quality of teaching in engineering design education. We performed three aspects of research with students in a typical educational activity. The first study investigated students' deep learning before and after the DBL approa...
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Research aims to find the effect of project-based Learning and scientific literacy skills on students' critical thinking skills 20 students in virtual learning of the Thermodynamics class at the Physics Education Study Program. The research design used the three-variable regression technique, which consists of two independent variables, namely proj...
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People’s social background and empirical knowledge firmly determine their metaphors (Lakoff & Johnsen, 2003: Kovecses, 2010). Since in general men and women have different social experiences and views of life, it is highly assumed that metaphors are strongly influenced by gender. This article explores how gender influences lecturers’ metaphorical t...
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With ever-evolving information on molecular biology, cell signalling, technology in engineering and material sciences, digital scanning and 3D modelling, the scope of orthodontic research is enormous and vast. The presentation aims at postgraduates in orthodontics for them to evolve and develop critical thinking abilities, drawing their attention...
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This paper explores teaching–learning models in this period of the COVID-19 pandemic at Cadi Ayyad University (UCA). It investigates success conditions for e-learning quality education in higher education in line with SDG4, the 4th Sustainable Development Goal: “Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning”. This pap...
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The nursing student walks through a complex study system in a field full of challenges. He is called upon to embark on a three-year training program that should foster a better link between theory and practice and be part of a professionalization approach, thus ensuring the development of his autonomy. In such a context, taking a step back and ques...
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The purpose of this community service activity aims to provide training and assistance to SMK teachers in Mataram City to compile and develop mathematics teaching modules, especially by implementing project-based learning and problem-based learning. Participants in this community service activity consisted of teachers at 8 State Vocational Schools...
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My article explores how Margaret Atwood deconstructs dichotomous visions of women and proposes a reconstruction of women’s identity in the dominant socio political context, suggesting alternative aesthetic systems. This implies self-knowledge and acceptance of both the good and the bad side of their identity; the acknowledgement of this reality is...
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Critical thinking and problem-solving skills are necessary skills in the 21st century learning. However, the initial tests of students' critical thinking and problem-solving skills showed low scores. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to improve students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills through the POGIL (Process Oriented Guided...
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The 4 C's of 21st Century Learning (critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication) have become increasingly important for entrepreneurship and employability. This paper reports ongoing research into the implementation of these issues in a work related educational setting. A methodology for enabling students to metacognitively deve...
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This community service activity aims to increase the knowledge of Mathematics teachers of SMP/MTs in Labuapi, Lombok Barat about critical thinking skills and improve skills in developing mathematical problems characterized by critical thinking skills. This community service activity was carried out in September 2022. Community service was carried o...
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The aim of the research is to identify which life skills are included in the Science for All textbook and the level of acquiring them by fifth graders. Its sample consisted of (240) male and female students who were chosen by the stratified random method according to the gender variable from the research community in the basic schools belonging to...
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Breast cancer (BC) has overtaken lung cancer as the most common cancer in the world and the projected incidence rates show a further increase. Early detection through population screening remains the cornerstone of BC control, but a progressive change from early diagnosis only-based to a personalized preventive and risk-reducing approach is widely...
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Information openness in today's digital era allows a variety of information to be easily accessed by everyone, including children who do not yet have sufficient skills to sort through information properly. The development of a child's character is influenced by the family's treatment of him. Psychology of Communication in Islamic educational activi...
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Background: The history essay, and historical writing, are crucial forms of assessment in History throughout primary and high school education. This article draws from an autoethnography of teachings in a pre-service history teachers’ school classroom. This article discusses obstacles students experience in conceptualising and writing the history e...
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Student engagement with out-of-class activities is becoming more difficult as students spend fewer hours outside the classroom studying the content. This research developed a mobile educational platform, Dysgu, to provide students with an optimal learning experience outside of the classroom. Dysgu includes social networking and gamification feature...
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Despite efforts to create awareness and sensitise healthcare workers to research ethics through various programs in Kenya, most staff from non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are yet to be reached with Bioethics Training. There is an increase in the number of studies conducted by NGOs. However, most of the staff have inadequate knowledge of resea...
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Innovative learning is carried out through a combination of the Investigation Group (IG) and Inquiry Strategy (IS) into a modified learning model namely IIG (Inquiry Investigation Group). This study analyzes the effect of the IIG model on critical thinking, cognitive learning outcomes, and scientific attitudes on Class XI High School students in We...
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This study aims to analyze the application of higher-order thinking skill in learning Arabic at Madrasah Aliyah Negeri in Banjarmasin. The results of the study are as follows: The design of learning implementation that contains relevant Higher Order Thinking Skills contains learning indicators from levels C4 to C6. For lesson plan kalam (speaking)...
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The present study adopted the structural equation modeling approach to examine Chinese university students’ metacognition, critical thinking skills, and academic writing. In particular, this research explored whether awareness in metacognition can foster critical thinking and, thus, lead to enhancement in academic writing. The measure for exploring...