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Mottaghi, Nazanin Rezazadeh; Talkhabi, Mahmoud – Journal of Curriculum and Teaching, 2019
This study compares the national curriculum of Iran and the UK to find out how the educational system in developing countries such as Iran can be improved. Because of implementing thinking skills and cognitive education, the educational system in the UK benefits from a high-quality standard. The science of mind, brain, education introduces some…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Foreign Countries, National Curriculum, Thinking Skills
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Breeze, Nick; Barber, Lerverne; Chapman, Val; Beaman-Evans, Charlotte; Beeching, Kelvin – Journal of Curriculum and Teaching, 2016
The collaborative project UseMyAbility (UMA) sought to reduce discrimination and enhance disabled graduates' employability through equipping them with the skills to match employability skills and attributes. An outcome from the project, completed in 2011, was a web-based tool which gave students advice on how to improve their employability.…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Employment Qualifications, Job Skills
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Cassidy, Simon – Journal of Curriculum and Teaching, 2016
Virtual learning environments (VLE) have become a standard feature of most courses in higher education, offering the potential to facilitate and improve teaching and learning. Whilst there is an implicit assumption that VLEs benefit student learning, much of the evidence originates from direct questioning of students about their satisfaction with…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Virtual Classrooms, Student Satisfaction, Undergraduate Students
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Berry, Karen; Cassidy, Simon – Journal of Curriculum and Teaching, 2013
Emotional labour is a state that exists when there is a discrepancy between the emotional demeanour that an individual displays and the genuinely felt emotions that would be inappropriate to display (Mann 1999b).The study examined levels of emotional labour in university lecturers and compared these data to other occupations. Employing a mixed…
Descriptors: Higher Education, College Faculty, Emotional Adjustment, Affective Behavior