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Enhancing International Postgraduates’ Learning Experience with Online Peer Assessment and Feedback Innovation
This article describes a Higher Education Academy Economics Network-funded research examined academic and international students' experience of innovative online peer assessment and feedback. The findings reveal that the innovative tools, like PeerMark, facilitate a simple but powerful educational principle for international students. Furthermore, the authors found that the heterogeneity in assessors’ ability levels may not affect the confidence of international students in online peer assessment.
Updated: Feb. 06, 2018
Learning To Be A Culturally Responsive Teacher through International Study Trips: Transformation or Tourism?
This article presents findings from a qualitative study that investigated the experiences of 15 Australian pre-service teachers who attended a short-term study programme in either Korea or India. Three interrelated themes emerged from the interview data: (1) dissonance resulting from physical discomfort; (2) dissonance resulting from culturally different communication styles and expectations about appropriate behaviour and interaction and (3) dissonance resulting from incidents/events that challenged the pre-service teachers’ views of themselves and their own cultures.
Updated: Nov. 25, 2013
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) has touched and influenced every aspect of human life including education. Google group, one of the applications of ICT and web 2.0 tools seems to be easy to apply in the field of education in general and pre-service teacher education in particular. Therefore, the researcher was interested to examine how to apply Google groups, how learners can participate, what are the benefits of using Google group, in pre-service teacher training.
Updated: Apr. 29, 2012
This article has two primary aims. The first is to clarify the differing rationales for affirmative action that have emerged in five nations—France, India, South Africa, the United States and Brazil. The second is to make the case for the most compelling rationales, whether instrumentally or morally based. The author offers philosophical analysis of the justifications for affirmative action in each country and synthesizes federal and state legislation, court decisions, news media sources, and research-based scholarship.
Updated: Oct. 19, 2010
Transformational Experiences and Deep Learning: The Impact of An Intercultural Study Visit to India on UK Initial Teacher Education Students
This article documents the impact of a study visit to south India in 2007 on students following courses in initial teacher education at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. The main finding was that the study visit was a powerful learning experience which transformed students' thinking by creating dissonance on a cognitive, emotional and existential level.
Updated: Nov. 09, 2009
Attitudes and Concerns of Pre-Service Teachers Regarding Inclusion of Students with Disabilities into Regular Schools in Pune, India
This study examined attitudes and concerns of pre-service teachers regarding implementation of inclusive education. Participants were 480 pre-service teachers enrolled in a one year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) program at Pune University, in the state of Maharashtra. The results of the study showed that participants had somewhat negative attitudes and a moderate degree of concern regarding the inclusion of students with disabilities in their classes.
Updated: Oct. 21, 2009
The article describes a cross cultural study of early education professionals regarding their perceptions of status, working conditions, and public appreciation. The study was conducted in Guatemala, Hong, Kong, Hungary, India, Mexico, Peru and the United States. Cross cultural data indicate high agreement on the professionals' perceptions. Participants felt discouraged and unappreciated and needed greater financial and emotional support.
Updated: Jan. 27, 2008
Environmental education in teacher education in India: experiences and challenges in the United Nation's Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
The article discusses recent efforts to introduce environmental studies to school education in India. The incorporation of environmental education will involve changing issues related to content, learning and teaching methodologies, material development and building requirements.
Updated: Dec. 25, 2007