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The concept of knowledge management (KM) and organizational learning (OL) has been embraced by organizations to complement each other. Higher education institutions have embraced KM and OL as a means to improve organizational efficiency. This research explores the link between KM and OL. The target population included all the 432 academicians and a...
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The ICeLeT 2023 will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to: Teaching/Learning Models, Methodologies, and Design for Blended Self-navigating, Gamifical Learning The Role of Social Networks and Other Virtu...
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Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather make a man a more clever devil - C. S.Lewis Education has long been recognized as a central element in development. It is considered as a vital input in modernization where developing countries like India began their drive for social and economic development after its independence. Educati...
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The present study ascertains the status of ICT Integrated teaching- learning on higher order thinking skills among undergraduate students of Tripura. Mixed design and descriptive survey method were used in this study. Total 250 students were selected randomly. The ICT integrated teaching- learning is suitable for improving undergraduate student’s h...
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This study aims to identify the students’ needs in learning English writing in promoting syllabus development of writing skills. This research was a qualitative descriptive research. The subjects of this research were 45 students of the fifth semester of non-English Study Program, analyst department of Jayapura Sciences and Technology University. T...
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Background: E-learning is becoming an important approach to teaching and learning in higher education institutions, including nursing training. Despite that, there are students who were never introduced to e-learning prior to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Their challenges in relation to e-learning could differ from those of oth...
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This study aims to determine the strategy of PAI teachers in managing students' HOTS-based critical thinking skills to deal with a flood of information and hoaxes at SMK Plus Nurul Hakim Kediri. This study uses a qualitative approach with a descriptive type of research. This research was conducted at SMK Plus Nurul Hakim Kediri for two months, the...
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The success of the teaching - learning process in terms of learning outcomes is determined by several factors, primarily the lecturer’s teaching approach used. Despite the importance of the teaching approach, little is known concerning the teaching approaches used by mathematics lecturers in Tanzanian higher education institutions. This study explo...
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This paper is an outcome of using GeoGebra in Nepal's grade ten math curriculum [5]. Based on a teaching experiment as one of the research methodologies [7], [11], [10], this paper provides students with active learning environments and the possibility of integrating GeoGebra as an ICT application by documenting the experiences, assessment procedur...
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Every year millions of students travel to other countries to pursue their dreams of becoming skilled and knowledgeable professionals with expertise. However, they have to face some challenges and difficulties during studying abroad. The current study aimed to examine and identify the academic problems faced by foreign postgraduates while studying a...
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Our actions arise from our beliefs about life: what we need and how best to achieve it. This article asks English language teachers to undertake an open-minded examination of some long-held beliefs in our profession and of the teaching practices that derive from those beliefs. Perhaps, based on this examination, teachers may wish to modify some bel...
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This article focuses on the confluence of translation praxis and gender discourse in the teaching/ learning of This article focuses on the confluence of translation praxis and gender discourse in the teaching/ learning of translation in Moroccan higher education. Owing to a tremendous lack of literature on the subject of gender bias, particularly i...
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This study implemented a blended learning mode with the aid of artificial intelligence teaching platform in the English language course. In this study, 110 students majoring in computer network were randomly selected as subjects, 55 of whom was the experimental group, the rest of 55 was the control group. Before the experiment, this study carried o...
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CEFR is, in the Indonesian view, commonly associated merely with the standardized English test and rarely connected to the educational curriculum, pedagogy, and learning. This paper, therefore, aims to give an overview of the CEFR conceptualization; the 2001, 2018, and 2020 versions. The three versions or editions are concisely overviewed and then...
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Purpose: The goal of this research paper is to stress on the Information Technology skill of the University Faculty in achieving 7 Es of the constructivist E-Teaching/Learning process. Methodology: It also uses secondary data of well-known books, reputed journal articles, authentic websites, and popular reports. Based on observations from the resea...
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published master's theses in this field in 2019. Another result was that though CEIT is also the main department for doctoral theses, no difference exists in terms of years or universities. "Teaching, learning, and training programming" and "computational thinking" are the most frequently used keywords in graduate programs, respectively. While quan...
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The advent of COVID-19 disrupted existing socio-economic activities and has unveiled digital inequities and injustices. The pandemic led to a forced migration of education activities towards the new normal using technology-assisted pedagogies around the globe, Africa and Namibia is no exception. This paper attempts to report on how the blended-lear...
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In this editorial, we describe the reasons for the special issue, namely the need to understand and re-imagine the “new normal” of teaching, learning, and teacher professional development in light of the societal inequities and economic injustices laid bared by the COVID-19 pandemic. We summarize the extent to which the articles in this issue help...
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Teachers are mainly concerned about education in general and specifically in teaching-learning process. There have been many studies on student teachers' concerns, but a very few on teachers' concerns about the teaching-learning process. According to their categorization of the teachers' concerns into three categories: self, task, and impact. Inser...
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In South Africa and around the world, the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic resulted in a series of lockdowns. This necessitated sudden shifts in teaching, learning and assessment, from the traditional classroom environment towards digital platforms. Academics, including social work academics, were caught off-guard and the shift had numerous implicat...
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A article written for Science Museum Blog, available at https://www.stemeducationhub.co.uk/accessibility-in-stem/ The STEM Education Hub seeks to promote cooperation between Brazil and the United Kingdom through a network of affiliates who are interested in the participation of our activities and actions, including research, training, and innovati...
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Education is one of the basic needs of society and the state in improving the quality of society. Teaching learning material with local content can help student to improve knowledge about local wisdom. But, there are no local content about Palangka Raya contained in teaching learning material used.This research used ADDIE Model as its research meth...
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Early Childhood of human life is crucial in terms of holistic development of children. In this regard, the teachers of early years need to play a significant role in the teaching and learning process. Currently educators and teachers are using a number of curricular teaching approaches. High Scope is one of the mostly used curricular teaching appro...
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This article includes two reflective accounts; the first is from the perspective of a retired Senior Lecturer, the second from an Educational Technologist and Developer. The blend, experiences and perspectives of these two backgrounds in the creative approaches outlined in this article was developed over an eight-year period in which different, mod...
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ABSTRACT E-Books are available electronic learning materials that give users the benefits to; retain, reuse, revise, remix, and redistribute for teaching, learning, and research purposes. Over reliance on hardcopy handout, inadequate e-library facilities, and inadequate exposure to electronic resources among others are factors militating agains...
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One of the main actions of the European Tempus program had entailed curricula reform, which was especially relevant in the context of the Bologna process. The TEREC project was devoted to the curricula development and modernization in initial teacher education in Moldova Higher Education Institutions. The project activities were aimed at improving...
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The shooting technique is a hard kick with the aim of scoring goals in a soccer game called shooting or shooting. The basic skill that must be possessed by a soccer player to be developed in order to be able to score a goal kick is to kick hard and accurately. Controlling technique is an attempt to stop the ball that is going fast when playing socc...
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Introduction General surgery departments are busy, meaning educational opportunities may be sporadic. Clinical priorities can sometimes supersede teaching and trainees may feel alienated at the periphery of the working community. In this study, we demonstrate how a reflective, multidisciplinary general surgery teaching programme was established and...
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Several studies suggest that the influence of the adjacent consonant context is one of the factors that modifies the acoustic features and pronunciation of vowel sounds. To verify this in a corpus of Catalan spontaneous speech, we have analysed 1590 vowels, produced by 67 speakers, and assessed whether the articulation point of the prior and poster...
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Portable learning is present-day phenomenon. In the current era, teaching learning process requires flexibility. Through knowledge sharing with their peers, learners can better understand and apply concepts through many applications such as SMS, WhatsApp etc. The mobility feature is considered the distinguishing feature against traditional learning...
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This research was carried out because there were various problems that were found by researchers including, (1) learning models that were less varied, (2) students were less active in learning unable to voice everyday knowledge in learning, (3) when learning students did not pay attention to what being conveyed by the teacher, (4) students tend to...
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, e-learning has become a required component of all educational institutions such as schools, colleges, and universities worldwide. The offline teaching process has been severely disrupted due to this unexpected event. E-learning is a powerful instructional tool that helps pupils achieve their full potential. This paper...
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Genomology is one of the branches of natural science emerged with the establishment of Genome Model by dismissing fake sciences of Biology together with its erroneous and inseparably paired terms called living-thing & nonliving-thing. The key objective of this study is to forward/display nondisputable and concrete evidences or reasons for the fact...
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The study examined the use of Zoom platform in teaching/learning in the university system. The study adopted a survey method and an online questionnaire was designed using SurveyMonkey for data collection from first year students taking the general "Use of Library" course at Evangel University, Akaeze, Abakaliki, Nigeria. In total, 180 students and...
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In recent times, at the turn of the 21st century, there have been significant developments in the use of technological advances for teaching languages. Following the use of traditional language laboratories, and then the emergence of computer-assisted forms of language teaching, language-oriented social networks such as YouTube and Facebook and oth...
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Background: Self-directed learning (SDL) is truly a process in which health professionals control their own learning needs, develop appropriate learning objectives and goals. Small group work can be an important supplement to lectures, helping student's master concepts and apply them to situations calling for complex applications of critical thin...
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The Land–Sea Interface (LSI) is where land and sea meet, not only in physical terms, but also with regards to a large variety of ecological and societal aspects. The United Nations has proclaimed the period 2021–2030 the Ocean Decade, which entails striving for a sustainable use of the ocean and teaching and learning about ocean related issues. Tea...
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Résumé : Nous nous intéressons, dans ce travail de recherche, à l'enseignement / apprentissage du vocabulaire en situation de FLE chez les apprenants algériens, et plus précisément ceux de la 2 e A.M du collège BOUAZZA Belkacem de la ville de Saïda. Il sera question, dans cette étude, de déceler les difficultés de l'enseignement/ apprentissage du v...
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A theory, knowledge, and evidence-based curriculum where caring is the central focus of the discipline of nursing provides a foundation to guide the nursing profession. Positive faculty caring, role modelling, and creating caring environments enhance students’ caring behaviours and values about caring. Caring outcomes in practice depend on learning...
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Education is one aspect of shaping the character of the nation's children. Therefore, in the educational process, an educator must be able to master various learning media because conditions are constantly changing. Moreover, at the current time, the Covid-19 Pandemic is sweeping the world, and multiple sectors are experiencing changes and are...
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An introduction to volume 11 of Teaching & Learning Inquiry.
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In recent times, the focus of educators is now on using ICT effectively in their teaching-learning process. Both teachers and administrators are facing challenges with successfully integrating new technology into classroom procedures. This empirical study sought to uncover the need to use ICT skills that is inevitable in education, specifically in...
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The evolution of teaching and learning has come across various significant phases over the past hundreds of years. History has witnessed tremendous and revolutionary changes in teaching & learning, from Education 1.0 to Education 4.0 and beyond. Overall experts may have a difference of opinion on various aspects of teaching and learning and their e...
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Background Educators are required to adapt and adopt digital technologies, methodologies, and mindsets as Higher Education sector becomes more competitive. Digital transformation is essential to be successful in new digital world. AI is the main component in the digital world specially in Digital transformation. Artificial Intelligence yields treme...
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Learning goals and objectives are a key part of instruction, informing curricular design, assessment, and learning. These goals and objectives are also applied at the programmatic level, with program learning outcomes (PLOs) providing insight into the skills that undergraduate biology programs intend for their students to master. PLOs are mandated...
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Purpose: This empirical research aimed to investigate the parents' opinions in context of online teaching learning on the health concerns of primary level students in Jaipur whether the parents of primary level students are satisfied with technology-assisted Online Education during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: Survey study was conducted with a q...
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In this chapter, we discuss the theory and guiding principles underlying heuristic methodology as enacted in our educational practice. Our work focuses on the promotion of teacher | student wellbeing as a function of the relational nature of education. We describe our emerging understandings that stem from the manner in which we implement heuristic...
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Nina Hayuningtyas, 2022: The Implementation of Snake and Ladder Game in Teaching Speaking: The Advantages and The Disadvantages. Speaking is one of the critical communication skills that students should be able to acquire. By speaking, they can convey thoughts, feelings, arguments, and ideas as well as emotions and other mental states. Yet, there a...
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Managing text information to answer questions is one of the most frequent reading activities. These reading situations, called task-oriented reading, are challenging for students since they require specific skills that extend beyond basic reading comprehension skills. This is especiallypronounced when deep comprehension is required. Although many c...
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The main objective of this study is to investigate the relationships between digital distraction, perceived learning, and general satisfaction in emergency remote teaching. Correlational design, one of the quantitative research methods, was used for the study. The study sample consists of 1532 university students in a Turkish university during Covi...
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In this paper, I argue for approaches to teaching, learning, and student development to be considered as important facets of the way in which the principles of academic freedom are conceptualised at university. The idea of academic freedom has been significantly expanded and better nuanced, particularly in its meaning at South African universities...
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Argumentative writing tasks that foster logical reasoning skills are the basis for ethical participation in a literate society. They are also valued intellectual tools that acquire special importance in the construction of knowledge and the regulation of thought. The purpose of this study is to analyze the development of argumentative writing of el...
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This research investigated the service quality of government secondary schools (GSS) in Bangladesh. A mixed methods research design combining quantitative and qualitative methods was applied for gathering and analyzing data. Quantitative data was collected from 601 randomly selected clients using a structured interview schedule developed based on t...
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Medical practitioners play an essential role in preventing pain, conducting comprehensive pain assessments, as well as promoting evidence-based practices. There is a need for the development of innovative, interprofessional and integrated pain medicine curricula for medical students. The Pain Medicine Curriculum Framework (PMCF) was developed to co...
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The present study aims to examine profiles of design thinkers in a teacher education programme during technology-enhanced teaching/learning in face-to-face and distance modes. Additionally, it investigates how the design thinking (DT) profiles are related to students’ interpersonal and evaluative skills, as well as how DT profiles predict the level...
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Cet article présente une expérience biographique réalisée sous forme d'entretiens biographiques auprès d'enseignants de français exerçant au collège en Algérie. Ces entretiens leur ont permis d'adopter une posture réflexive interrogeant leurs savoirs, leurs savoir-faire et leurs savoir-être pour les contextualiser et les adapter à la diversité des...
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Distance education means there is geographical separation to fulfill educational needs and no face-to-face teaching and learning occur. For that, distance education institutes provide learning materials to their learners for conceptual understanding and fruitful learning that can be helpful for their future or completion of a particular course to a...
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The mandate of academic libraries is to provide needed information to support the teaching, learning and research objectives of its parent institutions. Automating their services to take advantage of present day innovations brought by information and communication technologies (ICT), is a necessity. Thus, the relevance of ICT in the library for pro...
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Computational thinking education has become an increasingly popular topic among practitioners and researchers. However, rare is known how to effectively teach and learn computational thinking in early childhood education. To address this knowledge gap, this systematic review examined 26 studies on the teaching and learning of computational thinking...
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The present research investigated the effect of using Directed Activities Related to Texts (DARTs) on reading comprehension among the students of secondary school. This research was conducted on class X students of Senior High School of Ummulqura Indonesia, Aceh with the number 25 students. This research was designed in the form of classroom action...
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The COVID-19 pandemic induced an accelerated transition to digital teaching in all countries. We ask ourselves whether this massive use of digital resources promoted student−centred, dialogical, and multimodal teaching, as shown in some experimental studies, or whether, on the contrary, these resources were used only as a substitute for the teacher...
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This paper looks at assessment views held by Alberta Education in regards to teaching and learning for educators in Alberta. The standardization model of teaching and assessment excludes Indigenous thought systems articulated through rigorous thought processes in the nehiyaw mâmitoneyihcikan – the Cree mind and intelligences. Infusion, integration,...
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Resumo: A excepcionalidade imposta pela pandemia da COVID-19 provocou um uso intensivo de tecnologias digitais e experiências de ensino/aprendizagem antes somente discutidas em aulas teóricas na formação inicial de professores de Inglês. Neste artigo, a meta é compreender a avaliação da experiência de estudantes na disciplina online de Metodologia...
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The global COVID-19 epidemic compelled all educational institutions, including universities, to cease academic instruction. To assure the ongoing process of teaching, learning, and assessment, several universities have transitioned from traditional face-to-face techniques to online ones. The purpose of the study was to examine the online-education...
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This study aims to determine the effect of the CTL model on the learning outcomes of fifth-grade students at SD Negeri Peunaga Cut Ujong and to find out how much influence the CTL model has on the learning outcomes of fifth-grade students at SD Negeri Peunaga. Cut Ujong. The approach in this study uses a quantitative approach. This type of research...
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Teachers are one of the professional workers who need skills in it. One of the basic abilities possessed by a teacher is the ability to teach or teaching skills. The ability to teach becomes a provision for teachers in carrying out their duties to become teachers later. In addition, teaching skills are also one of the important things in achieving...
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The January 2022 edition of webometric ranking placed Yaba College of Technology as number one from 152 polytechnics in Nigeria. The ranking weight is 66 for country ranking, 8162 world ranking, Impact, Openness, and Excellence of 9698, 4558, and 7190 respectively. The negative variation and low webometric ranking of Yaba College of Technology that...
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The pandemic has migrated learning activities from offline to online as the effort to break the chain of the spread of Covid 19. Capability in utilizing technology in teaching is essential to support teaching English activities. Developing the appropriate learning model and instruction media in current situation is required to create the online tea...
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The introduction of artificial intelligence in the field of education has resulted from the use of information and communication technologies as a tool for improving teaching and learning. Expert systems and machine intelligence have the potential to revolutionize education by providing personalized learning experiences, automating repetitive tasks...
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This study seeks to investigate the use of zoom application as teaching media to improve students’ speaking skill. Zoom application becomes the most popular tool in teaching learning process for pandemic era, especially in teaching speaking The main purpose of this study how to improve students’ speaking skill in English by using zoom application....
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Our present paper tries to address one of the major problems facing the student. It's about the transition from the secondary to the university. This phase is really critical because it marks a break between the university teaching/learning system and the systems that preceded it. The student is faced with a completely new discursive community thro...
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In recent years, efforts to internationalize teaching, learning, and the curriculum using digital media have increased and (higher) education institutions around the world have embraced virtual communication and collaboration to foster and maintain international partnerships. This chapter surveys linkages between international partnerships and curr...
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Objectives to identify in scientific literature which simulated clinical scenarios were developed and validated for teaching and learning in nursing. Methods integrative review, carried out in seven sources of information. The Rayyan program was used for selection, content analysis to explore the findings and the methodological assessment tool of...
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Authentic BBC cartoon "Bing" was watched in 3rd and 4th grade EFL classroom for 14 weeks, and its effect on the students' listening and speaking proficiency was examined through a quasi-experimental mixed methods research study. The study was planned as action research by the three EFL teachers, who met at a Teacher-as-Researcher course. The study...
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The use of technology in formal and informal education is anything but new. It is easy to find it being integrated into primary, secondary, and higher education, yet few studies discuss how it can enhance the teaching/learning process in early childhood education, especially in the case of students with special needs. This chapter aims to explore t...
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In this paper, I argue that international Mathematics Education Research (MER) is dictated by the interests and agenda of the imperialist countries, which dehistoricizes the material conditions of imperialized and impoverished nations while deliberately obfuscating the economic reasons underlying the “failure” of mathematics learning outcomes of th...
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Due to the last two year Covid-19 Pandemic, the teaching learning activities were globally switched, from offline to online learning. This happened at University of Merdeka Malang, too. One of the researchers, who taught Basic Listening course at Diploma Three English Program, had to change language laboratory activities into synchronous and asynch...
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Objectives to identify in scientific literature which simulated clinical scenarios were developed and validated for teaching and learning in nursing. Methods integrative review, carried out in seven sources of information. The Rayyan program was used for selection, content analysis to explore the findings and the methodological assessment tool of...
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In a previous work, the implicit theories about the teaching - learning of music shown by 40 choir directors were studied through quantitative analysis. In this study, the practice of two of those directors who respectively showed a traditional profile and a more complex one, is compared. Firstly, we provide a description of the practice of the two...
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Communication research is a fundamental issue, inspired by Christian values at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador (PUCE). The strain between practitioners and academics of the field dims through communication research. It provides mutual rewards when research comprises teaching, learning, and performing in situated contexts and, systematic...
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Background The state of alarm declared in Spain in response to the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has had far-reaching consequences in all areas of life. At the University of Granada’s (UGR) Faculty of Medicine, online teaching was implemented immediately without any preexisting plan. Second-year undergraduates in medicine, particularly those enro...
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Introduction: Online teaching learning activities is totally a new modality of medical education in the country with new opportunities, experiences and challenges. Objectives of the study were to explore the perception of faculties towards online teaching learning activities conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic and to find out barriers and facili...
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Studying the thermal environment in classrooms is essential due to its impact on students' health, teaching, learning, and productivity. In the Nigerian context, there is a general lack of thermal comfort studies, and none specifically relate to secondary school settings. This study aims to investigate students' perceptions of the indoor thermal en...
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Communication is an important tool in the education sector to ensure its effectiveness. During the Covid19 pandemic, the communication process across the globe undergone a major shift, i.e., from conventional (face-to-face) teaching to online/remote teaching. The communication effectiveness of online teaching has been the talk of the town since its...
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Introduction: Education is a dynamic process that needs periodic refining. Lack of innovative teaching techniques in academics make medical education inadequate in making a significant stride towards the future. Didactic lectures (DL) have been the gold standard and the most common method of traditional teaching and learning practice. Active learni...
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This qualitative descriptive study aims to describe students' mathematical literacy skills in solving Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) questions on matrix material. The method used in this research is qualitative method. The subjects of this study were 6 students of class XI IPA SMA Al-Azhar Jambi. The instrument used is the initial ability test...
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The post-pandemic school receives the strong digital push as a dowry from the previous two years and is called upon to implement the integration of the new modes (digital and remote) of teaching/learning with classical schooling. A task that brings skills, roles, and places into play. At school, in the classroom, teachers are called to a close conf...
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The innovations that ICT has brought to teaching learning Process include E-learning, e-communication, quick access to information, online student registration, online Advertisement, reduced burden of keeping hardcopy, networking with resourceful persons, etc. However, the presence Of all these factors increased the chance of excellent integration...