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This review analyzes the learning reported in social science classroom interventions in primary and secondary school education over the last ten years. Thirty-three studies found in a scoping review were analyzed. They were analyzed using the two main perspectives of social sciences teaching and learning: each discipline individually (History, Geog...
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From time immemorial, plants especially old trees have an intricate entanglement with human society. Apart from the materialistic standpoint, their mighty presence in the diverse background has been deeply revered for centuries or even millennia. Trees are omnipresent in culture, tradition, art, religion, and in politics. Except few noted ones majo...
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This paper presents findings from the Recipes for Resilience project, an international, in-terdisciplinary collaboration between Caribbean and UK scholars of history, geography, anthropology , cultural studies, development studies, ethnobotany, and climate-risk studies, and the research partners, the Caribbean Youth Environment Network. The purpose...
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El artículo tiene por objetivo caracterizar, desde las voces docentes, las tensiones implicadas en el proceso de implementación del currícu-lum de Historia, Geografía y Ciencias Sociales en aulas con presencia de alumnado de origen migrante. Desde un paradigma interpretativo, se analizan los discursos derivados de entrevistas cualitativas a doce do...
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This article investigates the dissemination of wall charts as an instructional technology in the subjects of history, geography, natural science, and geometry in elementary schools in Sweden, particularly in the Uppsala diocese from 1861 to 1910. Previous research lacks empirical analyses of the charts’ actual dissemination, making this case study...
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We witness astounding developments in this age of information and communication. Technology has influenced all the aspects of our lives by causing inevitable changes and improvements in every field. Naturally, the world of science has greatly benefited from this change and development. In consequence, the rapid circulation of information and techno...
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Toponymy; it is a cultural memory that contains knowledge in the history, geography, culture, social structure and many other areas of a region. Toponymy, like other proper nouns, are usually given for specific reasons, and many toponomies have various stories. Although physical reasons such as hydrology, botany, zoology, earth sciences and social...
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Vol: 1(1), 2022 REST Publisher; ISBN: 978-81-956353-7-5 Website: http://restpublisher.com/book-series/sabm/ Abstract. Architects are generally highly respected in the community and architecture is an important career opportunity if you want to be seen as a respected person in the community. Because of their creativity and attention to detail, they...
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National identities have been challenged by European integration, globalisation, migration and regionalisation. More recently, there has been a resurgence of nationhood and national identity which begs the question how education systems, and curricula in particular, are responding to this. This article explores how national identity is reflected in...
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The aim of the research is to identify the level of knowledge management among College of Education for the Humanities teachers-University of Mosul, the researcher formulated three questions. The research sample (139) was drawn randomly from the departments of (History, Geography ,Eduational and psychological sciences, English, Arabic and Sciences...
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This study was conducted with the aim of preparing the Preschool History Geography Education Curriculum for 60–72 months preschool children and examining whether this program has an effect on their emotional intelligence and respect for diversity. This study was carried out as a pretest-posttest control group quasi-experimental design, as one of th...
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Guided by The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA), the primary objective of this study was to gain insight into higher education online branding. An integrated mixed-method synthesis was used to summarize 76 qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-method, peer-reviewed empirical studies from 2011 to 2021. The Vi...
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There has been increasing use of interactive technologies in the classroom today and a rising popularity of employing virtual environments as a means to engage students in sensorially rich contexts for more embodied forms of experiential learning. In particular, virtual reality (VR) or immersive virtual environments (IVEs) facilitated by head-mount...
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The paper examines how the teaching of Civic Education in Social Studies lessons is conducted to support learner transformation. The study was qualitative in nature, driven by a hermeneutic phenomenological design. Twelve (12) participants from selected schools and the Ministry of Education District Education Board Secretary’s office were sampled t...
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This research analyses the insinuation of local Punjabi idiom in Taufiq Rafat's poetry. By using the technique of narrative Rafat depicts different rituals, ceremonials and traditions like bride hunting, circumcision, marriage, dowry, kite flying, and celebration of indigenous season. This study explore the locus of local culture of Pakistan and ar...
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The third volume of the National Report "Global Climate and Soil Cover of Russia" was prepared by a group of leading Russian experts in order to form a harmonized platform and unite the efforts of the scientific and expert community in developing mechanisms for managing the risks of desertification, land degradation and droughts for sustainable dev...
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This intervention discusses the relevance of settler colonialism and racial capitalism in the study of splintering urbanism, as an uneven socio-spatial process that simultaneously produces dispossession and racial differentiation. Reflecting on our work in Palestine and South Africa we grapple with what leaks in processes of splintering urbanism an...
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The publication presents information about rarities from the collection of prominent Ukrainian and French artist, collector and bibliophile Serge Lifar (1905–1986) in the fund of the Department of early printed and rare books of the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine (VNLU). Dancer, choreographer, artist S. Lifar has been collecting personal doc...
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Presented a new approach to the training future teachers, including Science (biology, botany, etc.) through the prism of the rose named after the last pharaoh of Egypt, Queen Cleopatra. The authors consider the Cleopatra rose not through the preparation of a plant in the laboratory (while scientific botanists search to know flowers physiologically...
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The present study is aimed to guide the development of interdisciplinary teaching practices related to the subjects History, Geography and Biology involving the basic education curriculum within the local historical-geographic environmental context. Our case study was conducted in the city of São Mateus, state of Espirito Santo, Brazil, at Universi...
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The evolution of retailing has elicited interest from academics across a range of disciplines including economics, history, geography, and marketing. Due to its interdisciplinary appeal, the corpus of knowledge on retailing is composed of many disparate variables of analysis-from transaction costs, and entrepreneurs, to environmental factors, and t...
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Summary Known for approximately 160 years for the health benefits of its salt waters, Sovata (Mureş County) was the topic of several scientific works involving its geography, geology and the chemical analyses of the water of its lakes. The phenomenon of heliothermy in the Ursu Lake – the largest of this kind in the world and the only one in Europe...
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The National Digital Library of India (NDLI) was created by the Ministry of Education as a National Mission Project on Education to engage, support, and inspire all learners across the country, regardless of age, demographics, or ability. The National Digital Library of India is a knowledge and information melting pot with a diverse range of lectur...
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Data are assuming new magnitude, since the concept of big data emerged. Data is a prominent component in social science research. The Social Science data are variable in nature from region to region. The nature of social sciences data was com�pared to ‘iceberg’ by DEVSIS and its capture and management was given importance. A project was undertaken...
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Since 2008 the elementary schools in Slovakia have been given the opportunity to educate children in the field of “Regional education and traditional folk culture“ focusing on local history, geography, natural environment and basic ethnographic knowledge related to the place in which each school functions. Therefore, these schools can be considered...
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This article reflects on the connection between Chilean Antarctic Policy and education. It analyses the reasons why contents about the Chilean Antarctic Territory should be part of primary and secondary schools’ main curricula, particularly in the subjects of history, geography and social sciences. It proposes a four-stage periodization (from 1889...
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The present article focuses on funerary behaviours on the territory of present-day Switzerland from the end of the protohistoric period to the early Middle Ages. In order to investigate this topic, a careful analysis of material remains, textual sources and funerary inscriptions, was carried out. The main objective of this article lies in the multi...
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This article seeks to assess the importance of the Haitian Revolution to the Louisiana Purchase that in 1803 enormously expanded the dimensions of the United States. Was it an essential, sufficient, or merely contributory factor? It confronts historiographical claims, and claims about the historiography, with the surviving evidence of policy-making...
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Art is an expression of the past, present and future and it is not in doubt that a nation is defined by many facets which include economy, history, geography but more importantly cultural customs and tradition manifested in arts. In Nigeria, traditional arts and crafts are often under threat from the pressures of modernization. Sustaining local ski...
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Since antiquity, knowledge has often been juxtaposed with opinion. Whereas opinion commonly refers to subjective perceptions and viewpoints, knowledge is typically intended to represent objective and verifiable propositions. On this view, knowledge per se claims a universal dimension in that it pretends to be approvable through the reason of everyo...
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The relevance of the issues raised in the article is related to the active return of Russia to the Mediterranean region, as well as the international political transformations taking place in it. The purpose of the article is to identify the historical foundations, current state and strategic prospects of Russias presence and international influenc...
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A growing concern is the low number of learners who choose to participate in music during their high school years. Extending previous research by McPherson and O’Neill, this study explored South African high school learners’ motivation and value perceptions to continue with music as an elective in grade 10. A further objective was to understand how...
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The beginnings of Polish emigration to the British Isles date back to the 16th century, but a particularly large Polish diaspora was established after World War II when many soldiers stayed in Great Britain because they could not return to communist Poland for fear of persecution. The largest wave of emigration, however, occurred after Poland acces...
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Occasioned by the celebration of the 200 years since the outbreak of the Greek Revolution of 1821, Onassis Library, in collaboration with the Cartographic Heritage Archives of General State Archives of Greece and the Department of Geography of Harokopio University, designed a series of four digital workshops to motivate teenagers to bring to life o...
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This is a slightly revised version of my original dissertation on Reta. Reta is a Papuan language of the Alor-Pantar stock spoken on and around the island of Pura in Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia. The primary speaker communities are found in Southern Pura, the island of Ternate to its north, and the two recent offshoot settlements of Wolang and H...
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Objectives This study aimed to investigate how meeting international recommendations for screen time (<2 h/day), moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA; at least 60 min/day) and sleep (8–10 h/night), as well as media multitasking (MMI) as a form of screen time, impact academic achievement in early adolescence. Study design A prospective desi...
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We use case studies of the Diné in the United States of America, and the Musahar people in Nepal, to understand how indigeneity is enacted in relation to the developmental and conservationist impulses of the dominant American and Nepalese states. We mobilize the concept of ‘waterscapes’ as assemblages of practices, technologies, emotions and worldv...
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Abstract: The main purpose of this paper is to review literature on the emergence of the contemporary Social Studies on a global scale. It has been established that there is a controversy among Scholars on the global emergence of Social Studies, its definition, content and purpose. The paper has also established that Social Studies was being taught...
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Although there are differences in identity construction depending on countries and periods, some courses have come to the fore in the education system in each per i od. In Turkey, the education system in general, and history, geography, citizenship and social studies courses, in particular, have instrumental importance in the construction of identi...
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The article presents an approach for the application of digital libraries, including a network of ontologies and structured databases in the education of school students in literature, history, geography and biology. The general architecture of a multi-agent platform based on the reference framework of the ViPS (Virtual Physical Space) system, whic...
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This paper provides a critique of the “specialty towns” program, a key constituent of China’s current new-style urbanization campaign. It problematizes the contradictory accounts of the program, namely, emphasizing “place-based” strengths while simultaneously standardizing forms, functions, and goals with a strong “place-neutral” approach. We argue...
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The presented research provides a comprehensive analysis of the main periods of pedagogical activity of Myron Korduba (1876–1947), the prominent Ukrainian scientist in the fields of History, Geography and Bibliography, as well as a public and political figure in the context of educational and cultural processes that took place in Ukraine in the fir...
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In the context of the consolidated disciplinary construction of knowledge, where each knowledge areasgo its own way and do not relate enough, the teaching of Architecture also separates and delimits the objects of study in such a way that students often are unable to relate ideas, theories and methods learned in the different subjects. The contradi...
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This article investigates the ‘problematisation’ of the recently inaugurated mosque in the city of Athens, the capital’s first ‘official’ mosque since the country was liberated from the Ottoman Empire almost two centuries ago. Building on and developing the existing scholarly literature on the problematisation of mosques in the contemporary Europea...
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Universiti Putra Malaysia This study describes in detail the environment of teacher education in Malaysia and the issues that arise related to teacher education. Apart from that, the researcher also explained briefly about the history, geography and culture in Malaysia which to some extent affect the educational landscape in Malaysia in general and...
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Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia In this study, the researcher describes about the landscape of teacher education in Australia as a developed country and the issues that arise in the implementation of teacher education in that country. In addition, the researcher also briefly inserts the relevance of history, geography and culture in the current...
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Aim A central aim of biogeography is to understand how biodiversity is generated and maintained across landscapes. Here, we establish phylogenetic and population genetic patterns in a widespread reptile to quantify the influence of historical biogeography and current environmental variation on patterns of genetic diversity. Location Western North...
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Solving arithmetic word problems is a complex task that requires individuals to activate their working memory resources, as well as the correct performance of the underlying executive processes involved in order to inhibit semantic biases or superficial responses caused by the problem’s statement. This paper describes a study carried out with 135 s...
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Nowadays, the exploitation of augmented reality in education is linked to a multitude of pedagogical subjects, including history, geography, natural sciences and arts. The extensive use of computers in the educational process in recent years, in addition to learners’ familiarity with the use of Internet and applications associated with its operatio...
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The Positive Sides of Distance Education: FAOU’s courses B.B.King stated that “the most beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you”. This signifies that distance education is the ultimate opportunity in this globalized world where having a multitasked personality is no longer a rarity, but a necessity. Studying in vari...
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Swimming against the stream whose main modern source lies in Kwame Gyekye's defence of communalism and Kwasi Wiredu's defence of consensual democracy, I argue in this chapter that it is a mistake to assume a commonality of purpose or good across Africa's diverse histories, geographies and forms of decolonizing struggle. This common good in (or for)...
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Shaun Tyan Gin Lim, and Francesco Perono Cacciafoco. (2021). Discovering Unwritten Stories: A Modular Case Study in Promoting Landscape Education. Education Sciences (Special Issue "An Educational Approach to Landscape"), 11(2), 68: 1-16 - Landscapes have been and are an important aspect of any society, culture, economy and environment. Besides...
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In the medieval period, progressions and transformations took place in the system of education. The teachers and the students acquired an efficient understanding in terms of meaning and significance of education. They understand that education is an instrument, which will render an important contribution in achieving personal and professional goals...
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Reading newspapers and their impact on the university Lecturers This research aims to find out the impact of which is carried out by reading the newspaper by university teachers, and it is a descriptive research which depends on the survey field to a sample curriculum was (102) items from teachers of the University of Sulaymaniyah - school of Human...
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RESUMEN En el contexto educativo actual, resulta fundamental criticar el discurso androcéntrico presente en la historia escolar para visibilizar el rol de las mujeres en el pasado y contribuir a la formación de ciudadanos reflexivos, respetuosos e inclusivos. Con el fin de aportar en esta tarea, se analiza el tratamiento que los manuales de Histor...
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Regardless of the discipline or country, creating quality education is multifaceted. At the center of any schooling practice are the educators, their schools, and the teacher education programs that license them. As the schools and faculties of education strive to provide the best practices to pre-service or in-service teachers, it becomes more cri...
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At In this paper, it was attempted to examine the oil, natural gas, environment and resource management with a focus on Azerbaijan with details on history, geography, political, social, and economic developments of Caspian zone. The developments realized by countries over time are important with regard to what course they will follow in the future....
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Although there is no commonly agreed upon definition of grand strategy in the literature, most analyses of the concept include efforts of states to develop long-term plans, programs and policies to achieve their national interests, utilizing the na-tion's resources and tools, including their economic, political, military, psychological and moral re...
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Regardless of the discipline or country, creating quality education is multifaceted. At the center of any schooling practice are the educators, their schools, and the teacher education programs that license them. As the schools and faculties of education strive to provide the best practices to pre-service or in-service teachers, it becomes more cri...
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Ganga: tales of wonder and crisis Written as part travelogue, Superhuman River enmeshes myths, religious fervour, history, geography, politics and ecologies surrounding the river. BOOK: Superhuman River: Stories of the Ganga by Bidisha Banerjee AUTHOR: Bidisha Banerjee PUBLISHER: Aleph Superhuman River: Stories of the Ganga by Bidisha Banerjee is...
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“A bold shot across the bow of orthodoxy where conceptions of world order are concerned, Original Nation Approaches to Inter-National Law is sure to stimulate reconsideration of a range of past assumptions regarding the legitimacy and even the viability of the prevailing statist system of global dominion. In offering clear alternatives, this book i...
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Öz Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Sıhhiye ve Muavenet-i İçtimâiye Vekâleti Neşriyatından olan “Türkiye’nin Sıhhi İçtimâi Coğrafyası, Urfa Vilâyeti” isimli çalışma, Türkiye’nin Sıhhi İçtimâi Coğrafyası dizisi dâhilinde yayınlanmıştır. Bu dizi, ilki 1922 Mart’ında basılan Sinop Sancağı olmak üzere toplam 19 kitaptan oluşmaktadır. Bunlardan 8 tanesi 1922 yıl...
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The sustainable growth of the modern economy is based on socio-ecological and economic development. One of the key development trends on a global scale is the formation of an innovative type of economy, and, as a consequence, in the process of economic development of most countries, including Russia, the need to create an institutional environment...
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Southeast Asia is one of the most dynamic regions in the world. This volume offers a timely approach to Southeast Asian Studies, covering recent transitions in the realms of urbanism, rural development, politics, and media. While most of the contributions deal with the era of post-independence, some tackle the colonial period and the resulting deve...
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Southeast Asia is one of the most dynamic regions in the world. This volume offers a timely approach to Southeast Asian Studies, covering recent transitions in the realms of urbanism, rural development, politics, and media. While most of the contributions deal with the era of post-independence, some tackle the colonial period and the resulting deve...
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