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Premalatha, K. – Journal of Education, 2019
In Outcome-Based Education (OBE), the assessment of the Course Outcomes (COs) is the most prominent aspect required to improve the quality of education. The COs for each course are based on the Program Outcomes (POs), Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs), and other requirements. There are various understandings toward the concept of OBE that resulted…
Descriptors: Outcome Based Education, Student Educational Objectives, Course Evaluation, Taxonomy
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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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Hollier, David R. – Journal of Education, 2018
The successes of the Finnish approach in teacher preparation and related school practices and policies are discussed. A narrative literature review methodology is used to determine the key policy underpinnings, program designs and methods, and other essential elements related to teacher preparation in various countries. An international…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Achievement Tests, Foreign Countries, International Assessment
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Berdrow, Iris; Bird, Allan W. – Journal of Education, 2018
Globalization has created an accelerated demand for globally competent managers, yet the gap between this demand and the supply of globally oriented, competent graduates is growing. As a result, the mandate for effectively internationalizing business school curriculum is increasing. Yet, given the costly structures required to provide…
Descriptors: Student Centered Learning, Global Approach, Cultural Awareness, International Education
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Schoenfeld, Alan H.; Lewis, Katherine E. – Journal of Education, 2016
Viewed one way, Alan Schoenfeld's main lines of research and Katherine E. Lewis's dissertation have almost nothing in common. Schoenfeld work has focused on understanding mathematical thinking and teaching, while Lewis' work has focused on mathematical learning disabilities. Viewed another way, there are strong overlaps and strong parallels. In…
Descriptors: Researchers, Self Concept, Scholarship, Professional Identity
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Higgins, Michael; Lieberman, Amy M. – Journal of Education, 2016
Deaf children have traditionally been perceived and educated as a special needs population. Over the past several decades, many factors have converged to enable a shift in perspective to one in which deaf children are viewed as a cultural and linguistic minority, and the education of deaf children is approached from a bilingual framework. This…
Descriptors: Deafness, Student Needs, Language Minorities, Cultural Differences
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Frankel, Katherine K.; Becker, Bryce L. C.; Rowe, Marjorie W.; Pearson, P. David – Journal of Education, 2016
In their 1985 report, "Becoming a Nation of Readers: The Report of the Commission on Reading," Anderson, Hiebert, Scott, and Wilkinson defined reading and proposed five principles that guide its successful enactment: (1) reading is a constructive process, (2) reading must be fluent, (3) reading must be strategic, (4) reading requires…
Descriptors: Reading, Literacy, Educational Principles, Reading Processes
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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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Dietiker, Leslie – Journal of Education, 2015
Elliot Eisner proposed that educational challenges can be met by applying an artful lens. This article draws from Eisner's proposal to consider the assumptions, values, and vision of mathematics education by theorizing mathematics curriculum as an art form. By conceptualizing mathematics curriculum (both in written and enacted forms) as stories…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Mathematics Curriculum, Grade 7, Textbooks
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Pearcy, Mark – Journal of Education, 2015
The visual arts and media historically employed by teachers as a corollary to "traditional" social education can play a more vital role in promoting critical inquiry among students. The use of short films like "The Flying Man" (2013), a 2013 motion picture which depicts an almost mythic vigilante in a realistic world, can help…
Descriptors: Visual Arts, Mass Media, Teaching Methods, Critical Thinking
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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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Wilkins, Ebony Joy – Journal of Education, 2014
Visionaries like W. E. B. Du Bois opened the door to possibility and opportunity for the next generations of African American artists. Among those who benefited from and contributed to this legacy are award-winning African American authors and illustrators who created works that celebrate Black children, equality, and diversity. These artists…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Teaching Methods, African Americans, African American Culture
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Ryan, Ann Marie; Heineken, Amy J.; Steindam, Caleb E. – Journal of Education, 2014
In this article, we describe the initiative of one university's teacher education program to incorporate the International Baccalaureate Teacher Certificate. Responding to the growing number of public and private IB World Schools in urban and suburban settings in our region, the program aims to prepare teachers to meet the needs of diverse…
Descriptors: Advanced Placement Programs, Teacher Education Programs, Certification, Global Approach
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Wolsey, Thomas DeVere; Lapp, Diane – Journal of Education, 2014
School-based gardens are increasingly common. The benefits to students reflect principles of global education by modeling sustainability through responsible ecological planning and service to the community, the environment, and humanity. The authors propose a pedagogical framework for planning school gardens and related experiences that…
Descriptors: Gardening, Educational Benefits, Environmental Education, Sustainability
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Frankel, Katherine K.; Pearson, P. David – Journal of Education, 2013
In this joint reflection two of the contributors to this issue of the "Journal of Education" consider the processes and practices that led to the publication of their respective pieces. Since one of the authors, Katherine Frankel, was a doctoral advisee of the other, David Pearson, they also reflect on the mentoring practices they shared…
Descriptors: Reflection, Researchers, Research Reports, Faculty Publishing
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