Classroom Management: The Effective Roles of EFL Teacher

One of the most difficult tasks for EFL teachers is classroom management. Pupils’ learning capacities may be harmed by difficulties such as imprecise instructions, a lack of exercises for kinesthetic students, time limits,…

Socio-pragmatic Interpretation of the Communicative Silence in Asong Linus’ “The Crown of Thorns”: A Recent Study

Because of the complexity of human language as a semiotic system, there has been a lot of discussion on linguistic expressions in conversational speech, especially the numerous types of silence or pause as…

Determining the Concept “Theory of Education Management Process” at the Level of Intramural Quality Management

The study proposes a novel technique for the concept of “education management process theory.” The concept’s criterion is creativity. This article discusses the extent of the concept “theory of education management process” as…

The Condition of Intensive Formation of Metacognitive Skills in Elementary School

Metacognitive skills connected with reflexive actions in problem solving are a necessary requirement for successful mastery of school programmes and a strong indicator of primary school-aged children’s intellectual growth. The goal of this…

Perception of Nigerians on Integrating Distance E-Learning into the Nigerian Education Curriculum

COVID-19 In Nigeria, a pandemic forces the closure of schools in order to curb and contain the outbreak. However, this has led in the entire cessation of formal education, affecting mostly instructors, students,…

Investigating the Effects of Teaching English as a Profession on the Status of Palestinian-Israeli Women

The English language is regarded as a prestigious language in Israeli society and a gateway to higher education [1]. The high regard in which the Israeli community holds English acquisition might result in…

Learning Media of Pakakala Boardgame Can Increase Student Learning Motivation

The goal of this research is to create a learning media in the form of a boardgame Learning Media (Optional Board and Career Cards) to help students enhance their career knowledge in a…

Integrated Approach and Teamwork among Students in a University Educational Setting: Reflecting the Collaborative Bonding Akin to a Malaysian “Keluarga”

Medical education in the twenty-first century necessitates extensive multidisciplinary problem-solving skills, similar to how multiple members of a Malaysian Keluarga (family in Bahasa Melayu) work together to solve problems in daily life, in…

Lifelong Learning: Challenges and Principles

Aim/Purpose: For some years, the concept of lifelong learning has piqued people’s curiosity. The rapid advancement of digital technology is one of the reasons for this. The goal of this study is to…

Investigating the Perceptions of Primary Education Teachers’ Regarding the Professional Burnout Syndrome and the Role of the School Principal

Occupational stress among school teachers captivated scholars in the second half of the twentieth century, mostly because of its effects on their mental and physical health, and researchers sought to better understand how…

King, Fuller and Dworkin on Natural Law and Hard Cases: An Argument

The debate between natural law and positivist law has gained a lot of press. Ronald Dworkin demonstrates the limitations of positivist law through the use of difficult examples. When we combine Martin Luther…

Investigating the Perception of Adolescents about the Socio-emotional School Environment

Storms and stress are a part of adolescence. Adolescent social and emotional development is influenced by a variety of elements including family, instructors, classmates, and the environment. The goal of this study is…

Case Study on an Alcoholic Respondent

A case study is an in-depth assessment of a case that focuses on many aspects. The case in this study was admitted to a well-known de-addiction/rehabilitation centre in Kolkata, India. This case study…

Cochran v. City of Atlanta: Assessing the Relationship between Religious Liberty and Freedom of Speech

In the context of the United States Constitution, this study examines the link between religious liberty and freedom of speech. The paper argues that the recent tendency of subsuming religious liberty within a…

Classroom Interaction and Construction of Social-Cultural Identity: Building a Discursive Perspective

Students interact in a variety of topics in the classroom, either directly or indirectly as participants or observers. Their socio-cultural identities are greatly shaped throughout these classroom encounters. The relationship between classroom interactions…

Study on the Apparent Complexities and Challenges behind Supervision and Mentorship in Selected Higher Institutions of Education in South Africa: The Case of Supervisors and Supervisees

It is heartbreaking to learn that a significant percentage of master’s and doctoral students have left academia. The study’s major question was: who bears the brunt of the blame? Is it better to…