How to Train Graduate Students to be Effective Peer Reviewers

It’s been a long time since researchers looked at how to teach students to be competent peer reviewers, and they discovered that doing so in writing classes is useful. Few studies, however, have been performed to prepare graduate students to

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News Update on Online Education: July 21

[1] Going the Distance With Online Education This article charts the promissory notes and concerns related to college-level online education as reflected in the educational literature. It is argued that, to appreciate the potential and limitations of online education, we

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Materials for Human Space Flight I: Book of Abstracts

With the public’s and scientific community’s continuous interest in space exploration and travel, from microgravity to interplanetary missions, the demand for materials and techniques to make it happen has skyrocketed. Though technology exists to enable the delivery of equipment and

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The Effect of Instructions for Teachers’ Practices to Promote Cooperative Learning in EFL Classrooms

The study’s goal is to investigate the effect of instructions on promoting cooperative learning (CL) in an EFL classroom. The goal of this study is to investigate teachers’ behaviors and perceptions while implementing procedures and instructions to encourage CL in

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The Relationship between Learning Method of Prophetic Character Education with Student Achievement Learning Outcomes in Vocational Education in Indonesia

The purpose of this study is to clarify the relationship between prophetic character education learning methods and student achievement in the field of character education in schools. This study employs a quantitative approach, as well as a statistical formula called

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Implementation of the Inter-Agency Collaboration in Vocational Education of Students with Learning Disabilities towards Preparation of Career Experience: A Qualitative Approach

Inter-agency collaboration is essential for the advancement of technical education services for students with special needs, including those with learning disabilities. An inter-agency partnership is a group of teachers, guardians, school representatives, and representatives from other organizations who collaborate to

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Study on Domesticating Vigilantism in Ghana’s Fourth Republic: The Challenge Ahead

Political party vigilantism has been on the rise in Ghana since the country’s return to constitutional rule in 1993. The impact of vigilante groups’ violent activities in Ghana cannot be separated from elections. Their activities have typically taken place during

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A New University Model proposed by the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO: Teaching and Learning on the Internet

The convergence of telecommunications and computer science, the implementation of computer-based networks, and the integration of languages, which overcame space and time constraints, sparked the globalisation process and the development of the knowledge society. We are living in the midst

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Children and Preservice Teachers’ Misconceptions and Scientifically Acceptable Conceptions about Movement, Force, and Gravity

A qualitative study of fifty-eight (58) students aged 9 to 12 and 85 preservice elementary teachers from Quebec, Canada, on their alternative conceptions of force, motion, and gravity found that they shared many misconceptions despite their age and training. The

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Rudolf Arnheim’s Art Psychology includes Chinese images: From “T’ai-chi tu” to Others

Rudolf Arnheim’s Gestalt art theory investigates visual perceptual forces and the phenomenon of “isomorphism” in psychological movement by using Chinese images as T’ai-chi tu. By bringing up these Chinese examples, he draws attention to the similarities between Western and Chinese

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