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Learning outcomes changing education – traces of policy in practice

This video paper presentation prepared for the vCIES 2020 undertakes a discussion approach to a set of three empirical studies from the Learning outcomes in...
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Democracy as a principle for education manager training programs

In a training program, it must be assumed that all participants are actors and capable of producing knowledge. Knowledge building happens according to the possibilities...
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Comparisons of «Subject talk» in Classroom Assessment – tracing Educational Policy across School Subjects and Classroom practices

Proposal In Norway, as well as in many other countries, there has been a growing focus on measurement of learning outcomes (author 2010, 2015). A...
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Engagement: Becoming Penguin, Canary and Cyborg

Educational practices can re-situate the human within a deeply interconnected assemblage that includes multispecies and technological fusions. In this study, the observed class assemblage of...
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Using Multicultural Literature to Elicit Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching in Teacher Education

This study reports on preservice teachers participating in a microteaching lesson study (MLS) that integrated multicultural literature to elicit culturally responsive mathematics teaching (CRMT) during...
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(Re)considering the sociological canon in Zambian pre-service teacher education: From Marx, Mead, and Mills to Mbuyi, Mulenga, and Munkombwe

Background and Objectives At many institutions around the world, sociological examinations of educational processes are included as central components in pre-service teacher education programs. These...
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University-Based International Student Teaching: A Bourdieuian Analysis

Gaps remain in our qualitative understanding of learning to teach abroad in relation to wider social and political implications of such experiences. My paper focuses...
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Engaging and Educating: Examining Local Protests and Narratives of Environmental Challenges as Resident Researchers in South Florida

After the 2016 Presidential election in the United States, the co-authors (as resident-researchers) attended protests including environmental themes from the Everglades (south) to West Palm...
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Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities in STEM Education: Implications for Inclusive Education

In response to the increasing diversity of learners, it is extremely significant to provide equitable access to quality education to nurture the growth and development...
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Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities in STEM Education: Implications for Inclusive Education

In response to the increasing diversity of learners, it is extremely significant to provide equitable access to quality education to nurture the growth and development...
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