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Aliyev, Ramin; Gengec, Hilal – Journal of Education, 2019
To investigate the effects of resilience and cyberbullying on students' self-esteem, predictive correlational design was employed as a method of investigation. Data were collected from 580 ninth-grade students at Anatolian High Schools. Findings of the study demonstrated that as the resilience level increases, self-esteem level increases. Also, as…
Descriptors: Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Resilience (Psychology), Self Esteem
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Arnold, Bryan P. – Journal of Education, 2019
Teachers often desire meaningful classroom discussions, but frequently shy away from introducing controversial topics. An instructional activity "Where Do You Stand?" was developed and used regularly with the goal of engaging students in discussion around politicized and divisive issues. Over 3 years of use in a secondary social studies…
Descriptors: Classroom Communication, Social Studies, Multiple Intelligences, Political Attitudes
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Smith, Darrick; Yeh, Christine J. – Journal of Education, 2019
We explore the dynamics of nurturing, caring, and enabling in a social justice school and how a problematic context of educational enabling can develop when notions of nurturing are not balanced with consistent disciplinary consequences. In-depth interviews were conducted with eight school staff, teachers, and a student at a social justice urban…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Caring, Discipline, Urban Schools
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Martell, Christopher C. – Journal of Education, 2018
In this interpretative case study, the researcher examined the beliefs and practices of three self-identifying culturally relevant social studies teachers related to their teaching of U.S. history at a racially and ethnically diverse urban high school. The teachers displayed beliefs and practices that were aligned with the core criteria of…
Descriptors: High Schools, Secondary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Culturally Relevant Education
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Kalluri, Nikita S.; Knopov, Anita; Kue, Ricky – Journal of Education, 2018
Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) survival rates have been shown to be lower than cardiac arrest survival rates occurring in the hospital setting. Bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can significantly improve survival. PumpStart, a community service-learning program developed by medical students, was formed to increase education on…
Descriptors: Service Learning, First Aid, High School Students, Hospitals
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Ramos, Kathleen Ann – Journal of Education, 2015
The new "Common Core State Standards" (CCSS) (NGACBP & CCSSO, 2010) require teachers to prepare all learners, including adolescent English learners (ELs), to develop academic literacy practices. This article describes an instructional intervention in an urban public high school using the genre-based "Reading to Learn" (Rose…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Academic Discourse, Essays, Adolescents
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Barilla, Rosemary; Brown, Tina Boyer – Journal of Education, 2015
Rosemary Barilla, a middle-grade language arts teacher, inspired by her own dedication to the arts, describes the ways she integrates the fine arts into her classroom program that is designed to teach reading and writing. Tina Boyer Brown, a founding teacher at The Chicago High School for the Arts (ChiArts®), describes the school as a place where…
Descriptors: Middle School Teachers, Language Arts, Fine Arts, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Brittian, Aerika S.; Gray, DeLeon L. – Journal of Education, 2014
This study examined the relationship between African American students' perceptions of differential treatment by teachers and educational outcomes, and the factors that promote these outcomes in the context of perceived discrimination, focusing on the protective value of youth's cultural heritage, as well as individual characteristics. The…
Descriptors: African American Students, Student Attitudes, Educational Environment, Social Discrimination
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d'Souza, Lisa A. – Journal of Education, 2012
A case study of a beginning teacher in an urban high school, conducted over five years including one preservice year and the first four years of teaching, describes how the teacher came to understand and amend her assessment practices through guided questioning of student work. The protocol poses questions to engage teachers in discussions about…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Case Studies, Beginning Teachers, Urban Schools
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Kibler, Amanda – Journal of Education, 2011
This case study analyzed the ways a native Spanish speaker of high-beginning English proficiency and his teacher negotiated an extended writing task in a tenth-grade mainstream humanities course. An "interactional histories" analysis demonstrated the teacher's pedagogical and conversational moves to adapt the academic task and the moves…
Descriptors: Spanish Speaking, Language Proficiency, English Language Learners, Grade 10
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Stevens, Nancy L. – Journal of Education, 2011
This case study examined the role of one high school literacy coach in a large high school in the Midwest. Over six weeks, interviews and observations were conducted and artifacts collected to develop an in-depth understanding of the evolving role of the secondary school literacy coach. The findings revealed the challenges within a complex setting…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), High Schools, Case Studies, Literacy
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Gilbert, Jenelle N.; Gilbert, Wade D.; Loney, Brittany; Wahl, Mary-Tyler; Michel, Elizabeth – Journal of Education, 2006
The application of sport psychology techniques on high school students to improve their overall education is discussed.
Descriptors: High School Students, Sport Psychology, Urban Schools, High Schools
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Reich, Robert – Journal of Education, 2005
American high school and university students perform community service in record numbers. According to the most recent survey of incoming university freshman, more than 80 percent of students undertook volunteer work in high school. While volunteering is on the rise, political interest and engagement among youth is declining. These two trends lead…
Descriptors: Volunteers, Youth, Service Learning, Program Design
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Fairbrother, Anne – Journal of Education, 2004
The author of this article was a teacher, who had taught high school English for seven years. Then she was a researcher, observing and interviewing, recording and reflecting. One incident, stretching over four class periods, took her back across that divide between teacher and researcher, and touched her personally. She was trying to understand…
Descriptors: Grade 10, Researchers, Teacher Attitudes, English Instruction