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Exploring Self-Authorship among North African Women Teachers
This qualitative study aimed at exploring the way North African Muslim female teachers make meaning of their teaching experience in relation to the socio-cultural and political factors, which in in this context is through ...
Experiences with Student Playwriting in a Middle School Theatre Classroom
The purpose of this study is to examine the experiences of middle school students with playwriting in the theatre classroom and the influence of these experiences on their perspectives of both writing and theatre. This ...
THE INFLUENCE OF ACADEMIC PREPARATION AND SELF-EFFICACY ON GRADUATES’ CHOICE OF AND PERSISTENCE TOWARD STEM DEGREES
As our schools, communities, and government seek to prepare students for post-secondary education and careers in STEM fields, many districts have created stand-alone project-based STEM-focused schools. While this type of ...
MOBILIZATION OF COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE IN THE THIRD SPACE: A QUALITATIVE CASE STUDY
Using a conceptual framework including communities of practice theory and third space theory, this study explored pre-service and in-service teacher learning through the mobilization of communities of practice from the ...
CONSTRUCTING PRE-SERVICE TEACHER IDENTITY WITHIN THE DISCOURSE OF WRITING ASSESSMENT
The practice of writing is increasingly valued across the curriculum as institutions recognize the social and psychological benefits of writing in all contexts. Much of the literature supports reflective writing as a ...
TINGLE - TOPIC-INDEPENDENT GAMIFICATION LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Motivating student commitment and engagement in learning, using gamification, or games embedded in non-game settings, has been sought after by game researchers, game designers, academic content developers, and teachers ...