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Ersoy, Evren; Ogurlu, Uzeyir; Aydin, Hasan – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
The purpose of this study was to explore the opinions of gifted students and their parents on decision-making processes in Turkey. This study employed a qualitative case study design. Data were collected from ten gifted students and their parents through individual and focus group interviews. The findings indicated that gifted children defined…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Parents, Decision Making, Student Attitudes
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Black, Debra; Bissessar, Charmaine; Boolaky, Mehraz – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
Unique in its diverse cross-section of sources, this review article is a philosophical study towards the future role of online university education. Set within the realistic context of the external forces affecting higher education, it bridges the gap between the perspective of industry and that of higher education. We posit that online education…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Higher Education, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Employment Potential
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Makoelle, T. M.; du Plessis, P. – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
A disciplinary process in respect of educators in South African schools can be a tedious and sometimes a lengthy process. The disciplinary process has sometimes yielded positive results but there is also a concern by school leaders about the effectiveness of this policy, as in some instances results have shown the opposite. Therefore, this study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Principals, Administrator Attitudes, Teacher Discipline
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Wu, Manfred Man-fat – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
Second language research has traditionally been characterized by the cognitive perspective which focuses on how the individual processes language. There has been an emerging trend over the past few decades on taking into consideration the social influences on second language learning based on diverse theoretical frameworks. Research on second…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Educational Philosophy, Reading Comprehension, Language Processing
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Bal, Aydin; Afacan, Kemal; Cakir, Halil Ibrahim – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
Historically, students from racially minoritized communities receive exclusionary disciplinary actions more frequently and severely in the United States. Researchers have recommended that schoolwide behavioral interventions implemented to address racial disproportionality need to be culturally responsive to local school contexts. Using the theory…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, Minority Group Students, Middle School Students, Disproportionate Representation
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Smith, Vincent Titos; Gamede, Bongani Thulani; Uleanya, Chinaza – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
The purpose of this study is to explore the perception of subject advisers on curriculum change and delivery in secondary schools. The survey design which adopts quantitative research approach was used. Random sampling procedure is used to select b samples of 300 respondents in the study who are subject advisers. Questionnaires were administered…
Descriptors: Academic Advising, Secondary School Teachers, Educational Change, Familiarity
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Holmes, Kimberley – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
Neuroscience offers insight into how we learn. Understanding how to leverage neural development pathways is of interest in teaching because the circuits in the brain respond to effective pedagogical practice; therefore, the role of the teacher is critical. Neuroscientific studies (Damasio in The feeling of what happens: body, emotion and the…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Neurosciences, Emotional Response, Teaching Methods
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Karkour, Islam – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
In 2013, thousands of Egyptians protested in the streets of Cairo in an effort to overthrow the country's first democratically elected president only 1 year after he took office. Some of my acquaintances participated in those protests, chanting "we do not want democracy." Several observers tried to analyze and understand this strange…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Democracy, National Curriculum, Conflict
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Ovie, Glory R.; Barrantes, Lena – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
International students are believed to contribute significantly in education and research as they bring a rich variety of perspectives, experiences, and languages. International students are frequently categorized into one homogenous group; however, this categorization dishonours their complex intersectional diversity and background that provides…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Immigration, Foreign Students, Graduate Students
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Palazzolo, Alyssa; Shahbazi, Sara; Salinitri, Geri – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
Researchers explored how a joint research initiative, focusing on the tenets of teacher mentorship, impacted Associate Teachers (ATs) and Faculty Advisors (FAs) in developing relationships and fulfilling their roles to effectively mentor pre-service teacher candidates. Participants in the study included elementary and secondary ATs and university…
Descriptors: Mentors, College Faculty, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Student Relationship
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Tholander, Michael – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
This study focuses on a video-recorded meeting in which a 13-year old female student, in front of her teacher and parents, discloses that she is being bullied. Through a combination of a conversation analytic approach and a victimological perspective, the analyses center on how the student frames her own victimhood narrative as well as on how the…
Descriptors: Bullying, Victims, Females, Early Adolescents
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Alsuwailan, Zaha – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
Many educators look to naturalism as a tool to create a new learning environment because they believe that it can produce an innovative and revolutionary method in the educational world. In this paper, I examine an Eastern, Ibn Tufail, and Western, Jean Jacque Rousseau, romantic naturalist philosophy. I find a remarkable similarity between their…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Western Civilization, Romanticism, Non Western Civilization
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Segev, Arik – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
While the reality of human existence may appear to be an unfair and unreasonable arena, we humans are nevertheless called on to live fairly, justly, and morally. If a just and moral action and life includes elements of self-restraint, of waiving of what would seem to be in one's interests, a question may very reasonably be asked regarding the…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Moral Development, Values Education, Philosophy
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Moe, Merete; Sidorkin, Alexander M. – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
Building on Bakhtin's theories of polyphony and carnival, the article develops the concept of the polyphonic embodied self and uses it to suggest ways of rethinking educational organizations. The article examines a special relation of individual to the collective body, inspired by the grotesque body as a natural part of carnival time in the Middle…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Dialogs (Language), Self Concept, Human Body
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Dehnad, Vida – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2019
In order for English majors in Iran to be sustainable for the future world of emerging dynamic changes, moving towards the paradigm of complexity (CP) seems to be a promising option for academic settings. However, any renewal should be carefully studied before it is ready to be implemented. The present analytical paper, therefore, elaborates on…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Majors (Students), Creativity, Sustainability
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