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Education based on social issues has a long tradition in anglophone and francophone countries as well as in Italy and Ibero-American countries, although it has received different names according to the country or the time. Many articles have been written about how it is addressed and the different proposals considered in each context (Legardez & Si...
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The aim of this multiple-case study was to research the key characteristics of project-based learning (PBL) and how teachers implement them within the context of science education. K-12 science teachers and their students’ videos, learning diaries and online questionnaire answers about their biology related PBL units, within the theme nature and en...
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Abel Beremenyi (Universitat Pompeu Fabra / Central European University) and Xavier Rambla (Autonomous University of Barcelona), editors of the special issue invite contributions to the “School-to-work transition of vulnerable youth in times of crisis” issue in Profesorado. Revista de currículum y formación del profesorado. The main focus of the sp...
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En un momento histórico en el que el futuro se concibe como una amenaza, parece altamente relevante educar en la capacidad de imaginar futuros deseables. En esta línea, la Educación para el Futuro (EpF), de tradición anglosajona, representa una referencia de trabajo para responder a las imágenes negativas sobre la idea del provenir. Por otro lado,...
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Abstract is becoming one of the important functions that has a great impact on an organization's performance Fmplovee development program has become important for the organizations those pursuing to receive an advantage among competitors. Employees are the most important resource of any organization and their success or failure depend mainly on the...
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Este artículo evalúa los efectos en la creatividad de un proyecto interdisciplinar de creación grupal denominado “La voz del rehén”, basado en los objetivos de desarrollo sostenible. La muestra estuvo formada por 53 estudiantes –32 hombres y 21 mujeres– con una media de edad de 21,82±3,49 años del Grado en Magisterio de Educación Primaria de la Uni...
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El presente artículo aborda un estudio sobre las competencias digitales en docentes de secundaria en la ciudad de Guayaquil-Ecuador, por medio de un análisis de dimensional y la influencia de un diseño web desarrollado en Moodle para la mejora de sus competencias digitales. Su enfoque fue cuantitativo con alcance descriptivo-correlacional y diseño...
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To identify target areas for professional development, this mixed-methods study examined general education teachers’ perceptions of autism and pedagogical practices in early elementary classrooms in the United States. In focus groups, teachers ( N = 18) identified terms they associated with autism and strategies they used for inclusion and relation...
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ADHD diagnoses increase discontinuously by a child's school starting age, with young‐for‐grade students having much higher ADHD diagnostic rates. Whether these higher rates reflect over‐diagnosis or under‐diagnosis remains unknown. To decompose this diagnostic discrepancy, we exploit differences in parent and teacher pre‐diagnostic assessments with...
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This study investigated teachers’ views of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). The sample consisted of 30 teachers recruited from different cities of Turkey using criteria sampling. Phenomenology was the research method of choice. Data were collected using a semi-structured interview form and analyzed using content analysis. Participants use MOOCs...
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Experimental activity in the physics teaching can be considered as a space in which teachers create contexts for students to approach the way scientific knowledge is constructed. In this sense, the strategies for the integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the context of science education, has a wide potential to guide ex...
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The internet-dense ecosystem has dramatically influenced the health-seeking behaviors of various population groups, including education students. Exposure to massive and readily accessible online health information increases health anxiety resulting in cyberchondria, a phenomenon characterized by excessive health search on the internet. This cross-...
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The low representation of women and girls in certain science and technology fields and careers has become a cause for concern. For this reason and more, there have been calls for gender equity in the classroom. the result is a search for and recommendation that gender responsive pedagogies (GRP) be adopted by teachers and school managers in order t...
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While e-learning (electronic learning) technologies are continuously developing, there are number of emerging issues and challenges that have significant impact on e-learning teacher education. E-learning technologies comprise all forms of electronically supported learning and teaching. The information and communication systems, whether network lea...
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This study intends to examine the efficacy of blended Video Lectures on the academic performance of Secondary School chemistry students. Teaching learning process was carried out through blended Video lectures to facilitate learning. Blended learning inculcates student critical thinking and Meta cognition. Thirty (30) students of grade 10 th of Gov...
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The research aims to uncover the following: - Detection of the effect of using exercises in the two styles of confrontation (positional and inclusive) for the experimental group on some physical variables. - The significance of the differences between the two groups of experimental and control research for dimensional tests in some physical variabl...
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Keywords Abstract English as a Foreign Language Language Teacher Education Improvisation Teacher Conceptions Language Teaching As teachers gather experience and knowledge, a shift towards a degree of flexibility in teaching and the development of the ability to improvise occur. With specific relation to knowledge base, teacher autonomy, and respons...
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This study aims to investigate Finnish home economic (HE) teachers' use of information and communications technology (ICT) and uses triadic reciprocal causation as a means to enhance understanding of it. The study also aims to provide new insight into how HE teachers should be supported in their use of ICT to enhance student learning. Data were col...
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The current research focuses on the nature of the relationship comprising personality traits, creative thinking, and academic integrity. Scholars have confirmed that personality traits and creative thinking correlate positively with academic integrity. However, a discussion of academic integrity, personality traits, and creative thinking is missing...
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It was aimed in this study to reveal the reasons of physical education teacher candidates' for procrastination and their levels of academic procrastination. A mixed-method design was used in the study. 664 students participated in the quantitative part of the study, while 307 students participated in the qualitative part. In the research, semi-stru...
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If there was a bright side to the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly related to education, it was the massive and rapid introduction of educational technologies to scaffold teaching and learning. Most notably, within teacher education, this included extended reality (XR) technologies to supplement or replace face-to-face field experiences. With the pa...
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The Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP) is one of the faculties at Putra Indonesia University YPTK which has an educational program. FKIP UPI YPTK will later graduate its students as teachers. To become a teacher, students must have teaching skills, one of the efforts made is the implementation of the Education Field Practice (PLK). In...
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This collection explores the changing meaning and enactments of care in teacher education in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, from preservice teachers and teacher candidates to in-service teachers and education faculty. Over fifty international teacher educators explore the complicated concept of care in different content areas, learning contexts,...
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Education is a basic source and tool for the development of every nation. National reconstruction can only be made possible when the experts of education (teachers) have all necessary skills and capacities of teaching, and would follow all necessary educational values and methods and would use this basic tool (education) in this constructive and de...
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The article substantiates the relevance of practice-oriented learning and highlights the importance of practice in school in the process of training future teachers. The authors define progressive ideas of teachers' practical professional training in Ukraine and the Republic of Cyprus. A comparative analysis of the Field Placement Program of studen...
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Actualmente la incursión de las TIC en los procesos educativos es considerada un recurso didáctico más. A consecuencia de esto es importante que el profesorado cuente con las herramientas técnicas y metodológicas para lograr aprendizajes significativos en el alumnado. Por ello, el presente trabajo identifica la relación entre las Herramientas Educa...
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The research compares teachers’ and their pupils’ performance on plant nutrition. The misconceptions of 89 primary school children from one state school have been compared with those of their four teachers. A questionnaire and a drawing task were used for data collection. The results evidence that children and teachers have serious shortcomings reg...
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Although work placement mentoring has been examined extensively in research, there are no studies drawing on critical discourse analysis combined with discourse theory, aiming to examine the discursive construction of quality aspects. Seven mentor pairs in Swedish teacher training schools were interviewed individually during student work placement....
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Autism evidence-based practices (EBPs) are those with demonstrated improved outcomes for students with autism across a range of skill areas, yet issues persist in adopting these in classroom settings- particularly in general education (GE) settings. This research aimed to identify teacher training, years of experience, access to allied professional...
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Transition to school may be experienced as a critical event for both children and their families. Within an ecological framework of transition, the scope of the concept of school readiness in recent years has decentered from the child to the environment, including the readiness of (pre)school education to develop core skills in children. This study...
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Lay Description What is already known about this topic? Teachers hold misconceptions about multimedia learning (e.g., learning materials should be adapted to students' individual learning styles, such as visualizers or verbalizers). Refutation texts, naming a commonly held misconception, disproving it and introducing a scientific explanation, are...
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Background The development of students' digital skills is essential to access the labour market and interact with society, being especially important in disadvantaged socioeconomic contexts affected by the digital divide. Objectives The investigation has two objectives. On the one hand, to study the integration of ICT in disadvantaged contexts and...
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The study explored the perceived implementation challenges of guidance and counselling programme in primary schools of Swaziland. Five (5) guidance and counselling teachers and (20) guidance and counselling committee members were purposively sampled for the study. The study adopted a phenomenological research design. Data were collected through the...
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This article reports on a second national survey of higher education institutions in the USA to answer the question “Who teaches mathematics content courses for prospective elementary teachers, and what are these instructors’ academic and teaching backgrounds?” and addresses valuable information not collected with the first survey conducted in 2010...
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The purpose of this research is to make a meta-evaluation of the program evaluation studies on teacher training programs in Turkey. Meta-evaluation is the process of revealing the deficiencies and errors of the research as the last stage of the program evaluation process. In this context, the steps of the meta-evaluation processes were followed met...
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This paper contributes to a small but significant body of research addressing issues of prejudice in science education. It is written in the form of a critical incident analysis that uses the framework of intersectionality to examine deficit ideologies and biases inherent in science as a body of knowledge as well as science teacher education. If le...
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The present study analyzes boredom in teaching learning settings and how learners experience negative impact of boring lessons at tertiary level English department in Bangladesh. This study was carried out as part of a project supervised by the researcher where three groups of students use classroom observation and focus group discussion to investi...
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Zambia like many other countries has not been spared from the destructive impacts of climate change. Climate change awareness creation is pivotal to adaptation and mitigation strategies. Effective dissemination of knowledge among the citizens during formal school years and later on in teacher training programs is crucial to that end. This paper inv...
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Pre-service elementary teachers' attitude in supporting the achievement of the ecosystem and environmental balance is necessary to implement. Most global warming topic taught in natural science learning has yet to be based on environmental orientation. This research purpose was to analyze pre-service elementary teachers' attitudes in preventing glo...
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Digital technologies have offered new opportunities and redefined the scope of higher education activities. Hence, new educational techniques and practices have emerged, paving the way to the most interesting and unprecedented shift in higher education, i.e. digital learning. This paper aims at shedding light on the principles of teaching and learn...
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Aprendizaje colaborativo internacional en línea (COIL) en la formación inicial del profesorado en didáctica de las ciencias sociales. Collaborative international online learning (COIL) in initial teacher training in social sciences didactic. Resumen: Ante la necesidad educativa de crear entornos de formación donde se desarrollen competencias en t...
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Due to the massive integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in higher education, teachers need to be highly digital competent and have positive attitudes to manage their classes effectively. In this regard, the European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) introduces a paradigm known as 21st-century...
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This paper seeks to understand the significant challenges of Ghana's free senior high school (SHS) policy and the roles that non-profit organisations play in addressing them. Findings reveal non-profit interventions such as establishing new school buildings, providing teacher training, addressing inequality issues, equipping graduates with employab...
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Collaborative teaching (co-teaching) is a method of providing educational services to students with learning disabilities (LDs) in general education classes, and it also reduces educational dispersion as a result of these students joining remedial instruction in special education programs. This descriptive research aimed to identify the level of aw...
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In March 2021, the 10 Key Issues in Children’s Learning in Primary Science in England (Bianchi, Whittaker & Poole, 2021)1 was launched. Admittedly this was with some trepidation, as schools were still in the thick of disrupted learning due to the pandemic, yet, together with co-authors Christina Whittaker and Amanda Poole, there was confidence in t...
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This research is a systematic literature review and aimed to reflect on the relationship between scientific and visual literacy, exploring them from the reading of images. For the bibliographic survey, databases were used with the following descriptors: reading of images; scientific literacy; visual literacy and Paulo Freire. The results showed tha...
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El libro hace un recorrido sobre los modelos de formación del profesorado de educación primaria y secundaria en España desde mediados del siglo XIX hasta la actualidad, destacando experiencias como las derivadas de la Institución Libre de Enseñanza (Instituto-Escuela) o la Escuela de Formación del Profesorado de Grado Medio durante el franquismo, h...
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is article presents a reflection about the history and actions from the Psychopedagogy Section, as a component from the School of Counseling and Special Education from University of Costa Rica (UCR). A historical revision is made about the emergence of UCR’s Faculty of Education, as well as the creation of the academic unit that holds the Section....
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Background: Effective implementation strategies are needed to address the challenges encountered by teachers in implementation of evidence-based HV prevention programs in schools. The current study: 1) compares implementation fidelity of Focus on Youth in the Caribbean (FOYC) plus Caribbean Informed Parents and Children Together (CImPACT) interven...
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Based on the common objective of a group to understand the comparative between the mathematics teacher training programs that exist in the Central American region, this paper describes the case of Costa Rica in the last decade. To do this, a historical inquiry is carried out on the initial training of mathematics teachers, closing with the descript...
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This study explores the difference in self-efficacy between high school English language teachers with two levels of curriculum literacy. The data were collected using a curriculum literacy test and a self- efficacy scale that were delivered online to 251 English teachers in Indonesia. The respondents were split into two groups based on their curri...
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Academic procrastination is a common problem among current master’s degree students in their research activities and is an important factor that hinders academic progress. Based on the cognitive theory perspective, this study conducted a web-based questionnaire survey on full-time master’s students enrolled in a teacher training university in south...
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After decades of persistent dominance of monolingual approaches in language teaching, we are now witnessing a shift to pluralist pedagogical practices that recognize learners’ mother tongues (MTs) as a valuable resource. This paper examines data from 44 questionnaire respondents and 4 interviewees to investigate teacher perspectives on using learne...
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Resumo: O objetivo desse trabalho é analisar aspectos das singularidades e das biodiversidades expressadas por professores em formação inicial em ciências da natureza. A perspectiva teórica vem questionando o modelo hegemônico calcado no cientificismo na formação de professores em ciências da natureza buscando provocar novos caminhos a partir das r...
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Baseball itself is a new sport. In the process of training, teachers often use traditional training methods, which leads to unsatisfactory training results. High-intensity intermittent and intensive interval training can better improve the efficiency of athletes’ oxidation and energy supply and ultimately play a positive role in improving athletes’...
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ICT is a scientific, technological and engineering discipline and management technique used in handling information, its application and association with social, economic and cultural matters (UNESCO, 2002). ICT stands for Information and Communication Technologies. ICT is a part of our lives for the last few decades affecting our society as well a...
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RESUMEN La integración de las Tecnologías de la Información y la comunicación (TIC) en la Educación Superior, y en el marco de la educación inclusiva, requiere de un profesorado formado en competencias digitales. En este contexto, y con el objetivo de conocer el nivel de formación y conocimiento tecnológico que posee el profesorado universitario, e...
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Teachers are regarded as the most powerful agents for implementing inclusive education, sadly teacher training remains the most neglected aspect, especially in India. The present study evaluates the results of an in-service teacher training programme on attitudes and instructional practices of school teachers working in inclusive classrooms. The st...
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There is a global challenge to retain qualified beginning teachers across the school system. In the first 10 years of entering the profession, a large number of beginning teachers exit altogether. While high-income countries have been designing policies and discussing effective ways to retain beginning teachers, the African share of such deliberati...
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Pedagogic register is a rich description of the semiotic options of teachers and students in classrooms. It “…offers a method for analysing pedagogic practice of all kinds that is detailed, exhaustive and appliable to designing effective teaching practice” (Rose, 2018, p.1). While pedagogic register analysis has clear origins in SFL-based pedagogy,...
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In this report, we revise and connect our approaches to mathematics teacher noticing and to the classroom language of the teacher for content teaching in the attempt: 1) to articulate mathematics teacher education knowledge from research on noticing and on language around a newer notion of noticing languages for content teaching; and 2) to apply th...
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The study examined the influence of gender and location (rural or urban) of school on classroom management strategies adopted by public Junior High School teachers in the Asante Akim North District, as not too many studies in this area have been considered. Those that ventured this area focused on other groups of teachers such as pre-service teache...
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Activities in natural environments have been part of the Chilean national curriculum for several decades, but over time, their importance has diminished, going from being a thematic axis to a learning objective. On the other hand, in initial teacher training, this subject is developed in one or two modules within their study plan, and only in three...
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Fostering noble values and awareness messages is one of the goals of da'wah through writing activities that may have a great impact on teenagers. In assuring the quality of da'wah writing for an Islamic Education teacher (IET), a broad variety of issues and challenges will undoubtedly arise, particularly in the attempt to develop Muslim young as an...
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Background: Education White Paper 6 (EWP6) and screening, identification, assessment and support (SIAS) promote inclusive education for all learners, including those who present with learning difficulties and are vulnerable to exclusion. The article reports on the experiences of teachers using the SIAS strategy to support learners who present with...
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El texto es producto de un profundo análisis que aborda dos aspectos surgidos en épocas distintas; uno, en el siglo XIX, que puede considerarse parte de una modernidad tardía que no termina por alcanzar el tiempo de la humanidad: el modelo de universidad moderna; otro, el mundo de la tecnología, tan avasallante, que se integra, cada vez más, a todo...
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This study aimed to find out the similarities and difference of pronunciation practices between two educational and examining boards under the same institute availing the opportunities in terms of communication classes. This study was conducted to get first-hand information about students' self-analysis regarding their pronunciation skills. This st...
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The purpose of this article is to analyze the personal, social and institutional determinants of student academic performance in teacher training courses at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Universidad Central del Ecuador. Academic performance is expressed in the grades obtained by students in different subjects. The research assumes an integral ap...
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This study aimed to find out the similarities and difference of pronunciation practices between two educational and examining boards under the same institute availing the opportunities in terms of communication classes. This study was conducted to get first-hand information about students' self-analysis regarding their pronunciation skills. This st...
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La formación del profesorado universitario constituye un componente fundamental del desarrollo profesional docente. Dentro de las diferentes modalidades de aprendizaje, la autoformación cobra especial relevancia en la actualidad, puesto que las barreras entre los diferentes contextos de adquisición de conocimientos son difusas al avance de las TIC....
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The closure of educational and cultural institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic has led to changes in the traditional teaching model and the transition to online teaching. Since access to textbooks and professional literature was significantly difficult in completely new conditions, the resources of information and communication technologies were...
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The sudden transformation to online mode of teacher training was adopted in institutes and stakeholders. The stakeholders did all the efforts to adapt this transformation. But they face so many issues also. Face to face mode is better than online mode. Blended Learning may be adopted for future, where face to face interaction factor will be there....
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The purpose of this study was to examine differences in occupational socialization (OS) among pre-service physical education teachers’ (PPETs) in four year groups. 238 PPETs from a Chinese university. An online survey and the semi-structured interviews were used to collect data. The younger PPETs felt more prepared and believed in the benefit of pr...
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Professional identity (PI) has been described as the way in which one might combine values, attributes and experiences in terms of a profession (Ibarra, 1999). It is an important aspect of seeing ourselves within the profession, rather than simply being associated with it. When compared with other professions (such as law or medicine), teachers do...
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The blending learning model, a combination of onsite and online learning modalities formulated by relevant pedagogies, modalities, and technologies, offers learning experiences that involve the different factors shaping each modality, such as time, space, path, and pace, through sequential or parallel designs. In its relatively short history, this...
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, schools changed the teaching-learning modality from face-to-face to online. Teachers and students were not allowed to meet inside the physical classroom but in a virtual classroom. With this change, assessments should be conducted and collected online, although physical education courses require more performance tasks....
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Video is a widely used medium in teacher training for situating student teachers in classroom scenarios. Although the emerging technology of virtual reality (VR) provides similar, and arguably more powerful, capabilities for immersing teachers in lifelike situations , its benefits and risks relative to video formats have received little attention i...
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Las actitudes tienen una influencia determinante en el comportamiento humano y se convierten en un elemento clave a la hora de tratar de formar la conciencia ética. En este sentido, conocer el perfil actitudinal del profesorado contribuye a detectar sus creencias personales, a comprender sus comportamientos, a conocer su percepción sobre la educaci...
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A piece of information is something that informs or educates a person about something. Information can come from a variety of sources, including people, television, radio, newspapers, books, and magazines. Getting the appropriate information, in the right amount, at the right time is not an easy job in this day of information explosion, where indiv...
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Agile Learning Loops (ALL) are a practise developed for the Higher Education sector to facilitate project-based exploratory learning activities that focus on applying concepts rather than just facilitating the comprehension of concepts studied. [INNOVATIVE ASPECT] In order to employ a loop-style learning that is often accomplished in problem-based-...
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This study explores the level of mathematics teachers' technology integration self-efficacy and the extent to which some background variables influence this self-efficacy. The study adopted a survey design and collected data from 125 mathematics teachers in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Data analysis was done using a t-test, effect size, and one-way bet...