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The purpose of this research was to examine the reflective practice skills and attitudes that were used by EFL teachers in their professional learning. This study followed a convergent parallel mixed-methods research design. The qualitative data was analyzed first by locating the practice indicators to assess reflective practice. Six indicators wer...
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Introduction Peer-assisted learning programs have been focused on providing students with competencies to deliver lectures and facilitate workshops, whereas involvement of students as co-developers of educational programmes has been relatively under-described in the literature. Likewise, the use of students as facilitators in simulation-based train...
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This article provides an overview of research in music education between 2010 and 2020 and affords a systematic review of literature related to the experiences of teachers in teaching music in the classroom. The literature reports that music teaching depends mostly on the teacher, who must employ teaching-learning strategies according to the initia...
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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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Each level of education has different teaching difficulties so that teachers must be skilled and adaptive in teaching. This study aims to compare the teaching difficulties of elementary and senior high school teachers in implementing Physical Education (PE) learning online. This study used a quantitative approach with a comparative design using tea...
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Pandemics affect every aspect of life, and Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is no exception. The impact of COVID-19 might be even greater in medical education, which involves close contact with patients. This comment reviews current trends in medical education in response to COVID-19, especially in the pre-clerkship curriculum, and discusses opp...
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E-Learning is an electronic technology to access any educational format curriculum in Ghana or any part of the world outside of a physical or traditional classroom. Official Public Service Announcement on Coronavirus from the World Health Organization (WHO) has led to the improvement of our educational system in the whole wide world and Ghana as a...
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This paper examines the status and identity of teachers of English as a foreign language in South Korea. In many parts of the world, English is taught as a second, foreign, or additional language. The status of native and non-native English-speaking teachers is debated often. However, the dichotomy is not as straightforward as it might appear becau...
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The study investigated pre-service Economics teachers' knowledge, perception, and practices of reflective teaching as predictors of teaching skills. The study adopted an ex-post facto design. All Economics pre-service teachers in the University of Ibadan, Ibadan Oyo State, Nigeria were the population. Purposive sampling was used to select departmen...
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Objective To introduce the Community Resiliency Model (CRM) as mental well-being support for healthcare workers working through the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Design Randomised controlled trial with a no treatment control group. Setting Two large urban health systems in the Southern United States between October 2020 and June 2021. Partici...
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The purpose is to explore the application and effect of scientific games based on artificial intelligence (AI) in preschool education under the smart city. An interactive scientific games model for children by virtual reality (VR) is constructed using the augmented reality (AR) technology in AI. This enables the product to continuously enrich its i...
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A sports coach is a total package individual who is competent and well-equipped for the role we are demonstrating. Coaches with the best level of training and the most years of experience in the sport have invested more in their education and are better at adjusting the content of the training to the developmental stages of children and adolescents...
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The individuals are different from each other in terms of number of factors, i.e. caste, creed, race, religion, gender, ethnicity, cultures, educational qualifications, occupations, communities and socio-economic backgrounds. The individuals aspire to achieve various types of goals and objectives in their personal and professional lives. These are,...
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Background Clinicians who divide their time between clinical work and research have contributed to some of the most fundamental breakthroughs in medicine in recent history, yet their role is not always well-understood or valued. Understanding the factors which contribute to career success for clinical academics is critical for supporting this workf...
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Reflection as a concept for professional development has immense significance. It is a supportive teaching-learning technique with a strong influence on classroom practitioners. A reflective teacher performs in the class likewise engage students in class participation with their skills and abilities. This study covers the following four areas: firs...
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b>Background: Integrated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education is crucial for teacher preparation programs that provide effective teaching in an interdisciplinary approach to teacher training. There is a need for a novel program to train pre-and in-service STEM teachers as STEM leaders who’s moving a passive STEM teache...
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In educational institutions of all levels, educators have the primary objectives of promoting student learning and enabling them to emerge into moral and ethical human beings. Hence, they need to put emphasis on honing teaching skills. The academic subjects and lesson plans are considered as essential aspects that are facilitating in leading to up-...
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Inclusive education is a priority and a challenge for education systems. The success of the inclusive practices’ implementation depends on the attitudes of teachers’ towards inclusive education. This research reflects the current state of pre-university teachers’ attitudes towards the inclusion in Kosovo, as well as it examines the relationship bet...
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This study offers empirical evidence of science teachers’ teaching actions in their classrooms comprising a combination of knowledge components and teaching skills (PCK&S). Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) is a combination of knowledge components for teaching (Mavhunga, 2020; Tufail et al., 2020) and skills are teachers’ intellectual actions for...
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Graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) play important roles in engineering education at the undergraduate level. Since there are lots of technological content knowledge (TCK) in engineering curriculums, the improvements of GTAs’ teaching skills on TCK will help the teaching effectiveness of the curriculums. As the instructor’s knowledge about technolo...
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Từ khoá: Bồi dưỡng giáo viên, năng lực dạy học, định hướng STEM, quy trình thiết kế kỹ thuật DEVELOPING TEACHER'S CAPACITY TO DELIVER STEM LESSONS WITH ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS Professional development is a critical factor for fostering teaching capacity of teachers in STEM education, especially with the issuance of Official Letter 3089 and 5512...
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Purpose of this study is to evaluate the contribution of the faculty education to the teaching skills of science teachers with respect to teachers’ opinions. Sample of the study consisted of 10 elementary science teachers working in Diyarbakır in Turkey during 2017-2018 instruction seasons. Purposive/convenience sampling method is used for the stud...
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The application of modern technology represents a significant advance in contemporary English language teaching methods. Indeed, Mohammad Reza Ahmadi (2018) maintains that electronic teaching programmes have become the predominant preference of instructors since they arguably boost positive student engagement with teachers and incentivize overall E...
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Mentoring is a professional rapport in which an experienced professional supports novice teachers in the premature phases of their profession to develop and progress their teaching career by sharing their teaching skills, experiences and knowledge. This article examines the English language teachers’ understanding and practices of mentoring along w...
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Introduction: The purpoe of this study was to study of the effectiveness of training program based on cognitive behavior approach on academic emotions for students with academic self-defeating behaviors in Vali-E-Asr University of Rafsanjan. Methods: The research method was semi-experimental with pretest-posttest design with control group. The stat...
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This research is motivated by the problem of the low pedagogic competence of teachers in Indonesia; especially in West Java. Through the media model pro-duced in this research, it becomes a guideline and reference for teachers in implementing learning based on technology with the appropriate method. It will be a very effective “teacher training” to...
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The article focuses on the problem of the future music teacher’s comprehensive personal development, which is the basis of their professional competence, pedagogical skill and spiritual culture, relevant to modern education. The purpose of the study is a retrospective and comparative analysis of the problem of comprehensive personal development of...
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This study investigated lecturers’ adoption of ICT tools in Ghanaian colleges of education. The participants of this study were 390 lecturers from 25 colleges of education in Ghana. Data was collected using a questionnaire and lesson observation, and the results were analysed quantitatively and qualitatively using descriptive statistics and themati...
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The implementation of workshops and practice for the implementation of Lesson Study for Community Learning (LSLC) was held at MTs Sabilurrrasyad NW Barabali, Central Lombok. The purpose of this community service activity was to equip teachers at the school with the knowledge and practice of planning, implementing and evaluating interactive learning...
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This study explored the Contribution of Language Supportive Teaching (LST) in the Transition from Kiswahili to English Medium of Instruction in Form One: The Case of Morogoro Teachers’ College. This study had four specific objectives; To assess the success of LST training in Morogoro Teachers’ College, to find out how LST works in secondary schools...
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Background It is now a requirement that all qualified nurses act as practice supervisors and support student nurses' education in practice, hence preparing third-year students for this role is a priority. This study evaluates students' experiences of peer teaching in clinical skills setting from the perspective of these students taking up the super...
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Article info The integration of information and communication technology (ICT) into present teachers' colleges is predicated on instructors' experience and skills, as it facilitates the design of appropriate educational environments. However, instructors' experience and teaching skills with ICT in organizing and managing the ICT-based teaching and...
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Language teacher research is conducive to the development of teachers’ teaching skills and professional careers. Thus, many English teacher education programs require student teachers to do research. However, some empirical findings suggest that English as a foreign language (EFL) student teachers lack research motivation. Consequently, finding sui...
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Introduction: Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is promoted as the gold standard for autism treatment[1]; however this treatment was developed without input from autistic adults. Many autistic adults decry the use of ABA in autism[2]. ABA proponents claim that ABA is needed to teach autistic children and adults social communication skills and reduce...
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The effects of the constructivist-learning model on student outcomes are analyzed in this research study. For this purpose, results of 19 meta-analysis researches focusing on the effects of constructivist learning models on student outcomes are combined with the second-order meta-analysis method. The research included in the process had been carrie...
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COVID-19 lockdowns forced universities to deliver classes wholly online, resulting in various impacts on higher teacher education institutions (TEIs) that were differently prepared for such a change. However, few studies have explored the impact of the pandemic on the shift of early childhood teacher education programs to online delivery, especiall...
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COVID-19-related school closures have caused educational disadvantages for school children around the world. Against this background, many countries have introduced catch-up programmes to counteract the growing educational inequality. The Austrian summer school was offered as such a supportive measure and primarily targeted learners with learning g...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the application of the 5E Learning Model (Engage-Explore-Explain-Elaborate-Evaluate) among university teachers, to understand how teachers deliver each ‘E’ phase at the Faculty of Education, and to evaluate whether they pay similar attention to all phases. The sample of the study consisted of 139 university...
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The study assesses effectiveness of teaching practice towards quality preparation of preservice technical teachers for the world of work considering support received from cooperating teachers vis-à-vis: planning/development of lessons, classroom management/control, professional personality/responsibility, teaching skills, number of periods and chal...
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Introduction: An increase in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) was predicted as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures established for controlling it. Aims: This review seeks to analyze the relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and in particular the pandemic’s effect on the prevalence...
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Objective: To determine the perspective of PAL tutors regarding the effectiveness of PAL in promoting knowledge and skills among the undergraduate students using small group discussions in an integrated module. Methodology: A prospective qualitative method study was conducted at Rawal Dental College, Islamabad, from April to June, 2021, for 12 week...
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The advancement in science and technology and their application have yielded rich dividends in almost all matters related to the organization and management of the process and products of education. Educational technology is a fast-growing science committed to converting raw-hand teachers into really effective and efficient ones by equipping them w...
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This study aimed to examine the impact of the key components of the induction programme on new teacher retention in Nepal. Specifically, it examined new teachers’ opinions, views, perceptions, and experiences of the induction programme’s key components and how they are related to gender and intention to remain in the profession. This study used an...
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Given the prevalence of COVID-19 pandemic and consequently the emergence of more online courses throughout the world, exploring teachers' views about the shift from face-to-face to online environments seems significant. The objective of this study was thus twofold: (a) to investigate the roles EFL teachers take and (b) to determine competencies req...
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Various pieces of literature posited the positive relationship between teacher qualification and student learning. This emphasizes the vital role of teacher preparation towards student achievement. Students have high regard for the educational merits their faculty possess. Hence, the present study presumed that the higher the educational attainment...
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p style="text-align: justify;">School placement plays a critical and complex role in student teacher development as well as in their professional dispositions and career attitudes. It is where theory and practice meet, teaching skills are developed, professional relationships formed and future careers envisioned. This mixed methods study explores s...
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Being a professor at the university is associated with the acquisition of sufficient domain knowledge and skills to teach. On the other hand, there is a constant need to update and strengthen teaching skills and contribute to an effective learning process. Neuroscience research provides evidence on facilitating factors to student engagement and las...
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Historically, Arabic writing was used to spread Islam in Malaysia. Nowadays, Arabic writing has become a part of Malaysia's national curriculum under Islamic studies subject. Previous studies have shown that many students in school are still having difficulties to master Arabic learning, especially in writing. These scenarios were claimed to be cau...
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Many lecturers wrote their (formal) learning objectives at the beginning of each session. However, many of them also ignored the existence of hidden objectives, whereas if applied, the hidden objectives will maximize learning outcomes broadly. The hidden objective, that was applied to Micro Teaching courses at the university is discussed. In this p...
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Technology provides many opportunities in distance education in the field of dentistry, while the need to use the most appropriate educational methods is well defined. The purpose of this study was to investigate the application of new technologies in dental education. This study was a review study by undertaking PRISMA guidelines that were perform...
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The progress of a country depends upon the quality of its teachers and for this reason teaching is the noblest amongst all professions. In order to face the challenges of this dynamic world, restructuring of teacher preparation process is highly essential for professionalization and empowerment of the teachers. Teachers should be prepared to meet t...
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Background Health Workforce Improvement Program and professional associations recognized the need for a formalized method of providing academic education that would improve how preceptors teach and assess student. Thus, this study aimed to assess training needs of preceptors for Medical Laboratory Science clinical practicum education programs in Et...
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This study aims to analyze the music curriculum used in Bosniak schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The research was conducted with a qualitative approach and case study design. Data were collected through the document analysis method. The documents were obtained from the Guca Gora school in Travnik, the capital of the Central Bosnia Canton. The doc...
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This study investigated teachers' quality and work environment as determinant of students' academic performance in secondary schools in makurdi LGA of Benue state. The study was carried out in five choice senior secondary schools which were done randomly. Research questions were raised and answered and hypotheses were formulated and tested at 0.05...
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The Mindoro Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc. teachers' training was devised to help teachers integrate biodiversity conservation into their daily lessons. In 2012, selected Mindoro teachers were trained by the University of the Philippines Los Baños faculty. Teacher-trainers conducted a training series in Mindoro for 5 years. This survey w...
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This article describes a solution for learning how to build the method of frequency characteristics of the control object. Nowadays, the level of competencies required in the work of a modern engineer is becoming higher and higher, and the more difficult it is to provide the necessary level of knowledge and skills using only the traditional approac...
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The study examined the inclusive teaching experiences of educators in mainstream schools in Azerbaijan through the lens of the Activity theory and highlighted educators’ challenges in implementing their responsibilities within the inclusive education project. Although educational inclusion models range in form, they nonetheless aim to engage all st...
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These technological advances in the 4.0 industrial revolution were already beginning to apply to education in Indonesia. This article has the goal of building teaching skills or pedagogies in teaching with a digit-based curriculum. Using literacy and content analysis, the author explained that potential educators should be able to keep pace with te...
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This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a differentiated and emotionally supported training program for digital teaching. An intervention process is applied to 503 university professors from Northwest Mexico, using five stages with two instruments: the DigCompEdu framework as a digital needs assessment and the Engagement construct to ident...
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The study analysed the level of competency behaviour and the level of innovative teaching among state religious high school teachers. It is to overcome the problem of less successful teachers making students interested in subjects and teachers who are less successful at harnessing the potential of students' creativity and problem-solving activities...
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To improve their teaching skills, teachers must anticipate the performance tendencies of their students. Learning entails maximizing performance while avoiding problems in order to provide customers with more value with fewer resources. By utilizing the 4QS Model, the current study seeks to highlight the significance of implementing Lean concepts i...
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This study aimed to report Pendidikan Guru Penggerak’s views on applying blended learning in these activities. In the study, the explanatory sequential mixed method was used as the study design. The quantitative data from the survey was conducted, followed by the follow-up interview, documentation study, and focus group discussion (FGD) as the qual...
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The research aims to find out the perception of English Education students toward the effectiveness of microteaching subject to support their teaching skills in terms of planning for the lesson plan and classroom management. The subject of this research was the English Language Education students 2016 of Sulawesi Barat University which consist of 5...
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This study was conducted during the covid-19, all student activities were limited online, so students could not freely create learning skills. Especially for students enrolled in the 2018 UNESA Economic Education studies program who teach online, and it is doubtful that their skills and interest in teaching will be in teaching readiness later. This...
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Background: The new competency based medical curriculum was introduced in India from 2019. The curriculum implementation support program (CISP) developed by medical council of India, provides the much-needed intellectual support to colleges for smooth transition from existing to the new curriculum. This study was done to assess the effectiveness of...
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Objectives Understanding the competency of educators is key to informing faculty development, recruitment and performance monitoring. This study aimed to assess the core teaching competency of nursing, midwifery and biomedical educators, and associated factors in Ethiopia. Design An institution-based cross-sectional study was conducted in January...
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Student evaluations of instruction (SEIs) have an important role in hiring, firing, and promotion decisions. However, evidence suggests that SEIs might be influenced by factors other than teaching skills. The author examined several nonteaching factors that may impact SEIs in two independent studies. Study 1 examined whether an instructor’s name pr...
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Information and communication technologies and the internet have spurred 21st-century developments in banking, transportation, economy, and education. ICT has given 21st-century citizens new opportunities. To adapt to the technology era, people need several abilities, competencies, and skills. This study reviews the literature on ICT's expanding re...
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This pilot study was designed to investigate the ability of incorporating lean methodology into the delivery of medical education. The project worked within the academic remits of the University College Dublin (UCD), Master's in Advanced Practice (Nursing) program, which provided the academic rigor for the project. Practical and procedural skills w...
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We investigated whether primary-school teachers’ beliefs towards early-English education are related to the type of English education they are involved in (early- or later-English schools), their English language skills and whether they teach English. Ninety-nine Dutch teachers filled in a questionnaire with 25 statements about early-English educat...
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the professional abilities of students in the field of education in the sociology department for the 2021/2022 academic year. The method used in this research is qualitative with case study research type. The informant selection technique is purposive sampling with a total of 10 informants. The theory used in...
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The sudden outbreak of Covid-19, a deadly disease caused by the Coronavirus shook the entire world. It affected the lives of all sections of society and forced everyone to remain in their homes to prevent the spread of disease. Like others, the education sector was affected globally. In India, most schools and educational institutions followed the...
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The impact of using Educational Technolog on Developing skill performance at Physical Education College Researcher The Anwar Abdulqadir In this research the researcher deals with educational media and their development with development of the educational process.The study reveals the aim and the problems of the research where students are deprived...
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The spread of COVID-19 has caused the interruption of education in all levels of schools, forcing them to seek urgent solutions to reconfigure traditional education programs for distance learning. The emergency restrictions related to social distancing, gathering, etc., have generated a disruption, resulting in a massive quick shift to distance and...
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Elías M, Pérez J, Cassot MdR, Carrasco EA, Tomljenovic M and Zúñiga EA (2022) Development of digital and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics skills in chemistry teacher training. Front. Educ. 7:932609. Citizens of the twenty-first century use specific skills to solve real-life problem situations, propose interdisciplinary solutions, a...
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The COVID-19 outbreak has compelled the globe to utilize virtual learning on a global scale. The present issue is unparalleled in scope, even though online and distant learning have been employed to ensure educational continuity in the wake of earthquakes in the past. It's now possible to speculate on the long-term impacts of COVID-19 and how educa...
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The purpose of this study was to improve the understanding of mathematical concepts of students through Realistic Mathematics Education. Learning model assisted by teaching aids on cube and block material. This research is classroom action research. The research subjects were class VIIIA students for the 2021/2022 academic year with 26 people. The...
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Preservice teachers need many opportunities to practice teaching skills prior to using the skills in high-stakes settings like real, live classrooms. Role play is an accessible and flexible option for embedding skill practice into individual courses. They may focus on specific high-leverage practices (HLPs) and enable preservice teachers to engage...
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Online education provides ample opportunities to empower learning progress through digitalized instructional activities. Teachers engage learners in online classes through different techniques to maximize remote learning. The competent online language teachers need to be equipped with certain qualifications in their pre-service teacher education wh...
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El desarrollo de las competencias docentes se ha convertido en una necesidad básica para enfrentar los actuales cambios de las sociedades y las escuelas. El principal objetivo de este trabajo es adaptar y validar un cuestionario para evaluar las competencias tecno pedagógicos y disciplinares en los docentes de educación básica. La metodología es in...
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A Kannada writer, researcher, historian. He was a well-known scholar in Karnataka specializing in the history of Kannada language and ancient Karnataka, heralded a new dawn in the field of literary research He was also known for his campaign to conserve the monuments Hampi and to secure classical language status for Kannada Language, Chidandamurthy...
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Despite the enriched curriculum and pedagogical practices that expose everyone enrolled to be trained as professional teachers to teaching skills, the number of incompetent teachers produced by many higher learning institutions is still increasing. There is an outcry from the general public in South Africa. In order to gain insight into this concer...
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Retaining quality teachers and declining numbers of language programs that will help students reach the goal of high proficiency levels for their success in today’s world has been a challenge in recent years. Language teachers have a great role to play in addressing the 21st-century learning needs of the students, e.g., critical thinking skills, wh...