Thinking about teaching, learning, and study.
Victor Nnadozie deposited Alternative pathways to universal basic education : through the lens of Almajiri nomadic schooling in northern Nigeria in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 1 week, 1 day ago
Sedentary pathways to organise teaching and learning in fixed-abode classrooms remain a dominant formal schooling practice. This is in contrast to nomadic pathways, which see teachers and/or learners engaged in a form of mobility whilst teaching/learning outside permanent sedentary settings. In northern Nigeria, not all children participating in…[Read more]
Alexios Brailas deposited Digital storytelling and the narrative turn in psychology: Creating spaces for collective empowerment in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 3 weeks, 5 days ago
In this article, we propose a model that combines digital storytelling with narrative practice to create a facilitated peer-to-peer experiential learning space for collective empowerment. This model was inspired by an educational intervention that utilized participatory digital comic strip making to raise students’ awareness of bullying and its c…[Read more]
Procrastination is a plague that affects an individual’s working attitude and behavior. In relation, the organization will also suffer and its constituents along the way. This study assessed the demographic profile and the degree of procrastination among selected employees from a higher education institution in Central Luzon, Philippines. The s…[Read more]
This module deals with fractions. This includes how to order and compare fractions and how to perform operations on fractions and apply these basic concepts to problem-solving. This module also includes common errors committed by students in dealing with fractions.
The module is divided into three lessons, namely: Lesson 1 – Rational Numbers w…[Read more]
Mathematics is considered a dreaded subject for many students. When talking about Mathematics, any topics under the subject, a lot of students find several excuses on avoiding the talk about numbers. There are three reasons highlighted, to wit: teacher factor, the use of variables in Mathematics to daily life, and “mental culture”.
What happens when an exercise succeeds too well? Could a school exercise designed to teach
a foreign language also influence how a discipline interprets its central literary texts?
For centuries in Britain, Latin versification was the pinnacle of both pedagogy and scholarship,
the ultimate proof of a good teacher and a good pupil. Every day,…[Read more]
This lecture notes focus on developmental processes that occur from conception through the end of adolescence and also include theories of human development.
Victor Nnadozie deposited Beyond Matchmaking: Peer Mentor Role and Leadership Development in a Student Mentorship Program in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 1 month, 3 weeks ago
The mentorship programme in the school of education of a South African university shows what is possible in peer mentor leadership development. Through the analysis of first-year student mentees’ perceptions, experiences, and assessment of their peer mentors’ roles, and accounts of the mentors’ review of their role in the mentorship progr…[Read more]
David I. Backer deposited History of the Reproduction-Resistance Dichotomy in Critical Education: The Line of Critique Against Louis Althusser, 1974-1985 in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 2 months, 1 week ago
This paper examines one intellectual and historical premise upon which the foundational distinction between reproduction and resistance rests in critical education: the line of critique against the French communist philosopher Louis Althusser’s theory of education. In the paper, I claim that a particular reading of Althusser coming out of B…[Read more]
John Mark R. Asio deposited Determinants of Work Productivity among Selected Tertiary Education Employees: A PreCOVID-19 Pandemic Analysis in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 3 months, 2 weeks ago
The work productivity of an individual is an organizational asset that can be equated to progress and success. It provides satisfaction to the employees, the organization, and other stakeholders. This study assessed the work productivity among selected employees from a tertiary education institution before COVID-19 pandemic. To accomplish this…[Read more]
Robin Rolfhamre deposited Can We Buy Virtue? Implications from State University Funding On Musical Instrument Performance Teacher Mandate in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Recent world developments have put a strain on the humanities in general, and higher education music performance study degree-programmes in particular. In an educational system currently promoting consumer product relationships where the music performance teacher is very much accountable for the students’ development into professional musicians a…[Read more]
The audiobook, in its modern form, was created in the 1930s to assist the blind community, World War I veterans and others unable to engage in Sustained Silent Reading (SSR). This dissertation investigates exactly how the audiobook and, to a lesser extent, the podcast have been received and celebrated by the world of library and information…[Read more]
Because of the unexpected and debilitating effect of the current pandemic, the impact of the pandemic on teachers is detrimental. This paper investigated the public-school teachers’ sleep, religious tasks, and suicidal thoughts. The study used a descriptive correlational de-sign with the online survey as the primary data…[Read more]
The audiobook, in its modern form, was created in the 1930s to assist the blind community, World War I veterans and others unable to engage in Sustained Silent Reading (SSR). This dissertation investigates exactly how the audiobook and, to a lesser extent, the podcast have been received and celebrated by the world of library and…[Read more]
This essay provides a brief overview of the base-superstructure model for social analysis, which is then
applied to the problem of school funding inequality in Pennsylvania. A review of contemporary data, followed
by a discussion of the historical practices and institutions behind these data, along with recent survey attempts
to address funding…[Read more]
Earth Focus is a forum for discussion and a catalyst for action for young people of all ages. We deal with issues concerning our environment, community and culture at all levels. Issue 17 includes the sections: Your Future Starts Here, Decent and Dignified Jobs, Voices of Child Labor, Prepare for a Career, Become a Volunteer, Youth Employment in…[Read more]
John Mark R. Asio deposited The Relationship between Academic Procrastination and Academic Performance of Freshmen Students from a Teacher Education Institution in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 5 months, 2 weeks ago
The academic environment is full of challenges and obstacles. With this idea, students promote some unconventional practices in studying. One of which is academic procrastination. This study analyzed the relationship between academic procrastination and academic performance of freshmen students from a teacher education institution. The researcher…[Read more]
John Mark R. Asio deposited Administrative and Instructional Issues in the Implementation of Voucher Program Among Selected Private Senior High Schools in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 5 months, 4 weeks ago
The primary aim of this research was to identify the issues encountered by school administrators and teachers in implementing the voucher program. We identified administrative issues in terms of the release of vouchers or billing statements, providing resources, application, and processing of documents, and career guidance orientation. Meanwhile,…[Read more]
John Mark R. Asio deposited Child Protection Policy Awareness of Teachers and Responsiveness of the School: Their Relationship and Implications in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 6 months, 1 week ago
In every institution in the country, there are countless stories of children being bullied, abused, or maltreated. This can happen inside a school or outside its premises. A child protection policy is a must to protect these children. This study assesses the child protection policy awareness of teachers and the responsiveness of the schools. It…[Read more]
“Ideology” has fallen out of favor as a term of art. Terms like “equity,” “bias,” “gap,” “discourse,” “norm,” various “isms,” “consciousness,” “experience,” and “policy” tend to appear in scholarly and mainstream education dialogue when it comes to social-political practices. Yet the term is important both historically and for the present day. A…[Read more]
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